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Telling Stories : Narrative Approaches in Qualitative Research

  title={Telling Stories : Narrative Approaches in Qualitative Research},
  author={M. S. Ki},
s should be submitted not later than 1 February 1992, typed in single spacing in English on one side of A4 paper. The session in which the paper/poster is to be presented should be clearly indicated. The name of the author [sl. their qualification [sl and the title of the paper/poster should be typed at the top of the page. [If there is more than one author, then the presenting author should be underlined.) The abstracts should be no longer than 250 words end the use and type of any… 

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The Art of Collaborative Storytelling: A Discussion on Arts-based Representations of Narrative Contexts

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This work-in-progress research paper begins to explore stories told by 12 diverse engineering undergraduates about how they chose engineering as a major in their studies. The students were

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Voices in the record.

  • J. C. Hays
  • Medicine
    Image--the journal of nursing scholarship
  • 1989
The controversies surrounding the home care record since the nineteenth century are used to propose the concept of discourse as a means to explore the political and professional dynamics that accompany the recording process.

Your son is cured now; You may take him home

  • M. Paget
  • Medicine
    Culture, medicine and psychiatry
  • 1982
While responding to a question on medical errors in an in-depth interview, a physician told a story about a medical error. The story revealed his silent involvement in the evolution of the error. His

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Writing culture : the poetics and politics of ethnography : a School of American Research advanced seminar

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