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100 1  Holmberg, Diane 
245 10 Thrice Told Tales :|bMarried Couples Tell Their Stories 
264  1 Mahwah :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2003 
264  4 |c©2003 
300    1 online resource (246 pages) 
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505 0  Book Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface --
       Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 A Narrative Approach 
       to Relationships -- Chapter 3 The Early Years of Marriage 
       Project -- Chapter 4 Newlyweds' Stories -- Chapter 5 
       Beyond the Honeymoon: Changes in Narratives Over Time -- 
       Chapter 6 Tales of Love and Woe: The Interconnections 
       Between Relationship Narratives and Marital Well-Being -- 
       Chapter 7 Changing Our Yesterdays: Reconstruction of Early
       Relationship Memories -- Chapter 8 Gender as a Factor 
       Affecting Narratives -- Chapter 9 Ethnicity as a Factor 
       Affecting Narratives -- Chapter 10 What Have We Learned 
       About Marriage? -- Chapter 11 What Have We Learned About 
       Narratives? -- References -- Appendix A Thematic Coding 
       Manual -- Appendix B Affective Coding Manual -- Appendix C
       Interaction Coding Manual -- GLOSSARY Narrative Coding -- 
       Author Index -- Subject Index 
520    Researchers have studied marriage for decades, but how is 
       the transition to married life actually experienced by the
       couples involved? From an insider's perspective, Thrice 
       Told Tales examines married couples' own stories of their 
       relationship. A representative sample of 199 African-
       American and 177 White married couples were asked to tell 
       the story of their relationship. It provides accounts of 
       courtships, weddings, honeymoons, their adjustment in the 
       early years, and hopes for the future. These stories were 
       first collected a few months after their weddings, and 
       again in the third and seventh years of their marriages. 
       What features of their relationship do the couples 
       highlight as central in the early years? How do their 
       stories change over time? What can we learn about couples'
       marital well-being by analyzing their stories? How do the 
       stories of men and women, and of White and African-
       American couples differ? These questions were 
       systematically addressed using extensive coding schemes 
       and comprehensive quantitative analyses. Details of the 
       coding system and procedures are included, making this 
       volume a useful reference for any researcher contemplating
       analysis of narrative data. However, the key points are 
       also explained in simple prose and illustrated with quotes
       from the couples' own stories, making the book accessible 
       to anyone with an interest in how young couples experience
       married life today 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Marriage -- United States -- Longitudinal 
       studies.;Narration (Rhetoric) -- Psychological aspects 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Orbuch, Terri L 
700 1  Veroff, Joseph 
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