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100 1  Bamberg, Michael 
245 10 Selves and Identities in Narrative and Discourse 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bJohn Benjamins Publishing Company,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2007 
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505 0  Selves and Identities in Narrative and Discourse -- 
       Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of 
       contents -- Contributors -- Introduction to the volume -- 
       "Goblins like to hear stories" -- Storying as becoming -- 
       Language and identity in discoursein the American south --
       Doing "being ordinary" in an interview narrative with a 
       second generationItalian-Australian woman -- "Moral 
       versions" of motherhood and daughterhood in Greek-
       Australianfamily narratives -- Repetition and identity 
       experimentation -- I beat them all up -- Multiple selves 
       and thematicdomains in gender identity -- "Mr. Lanoe hit 
       on my mom" -- "Strip poker! They don't show nothing!'" -- 
       Using the other for oneself -- Like pieces in a puzzle -- 
       Theories of self inpsychotherapeutic narratives -- 
       References -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- Index -- The 
       series Studies in Narrative 
520    The different traditions that have inspired the 
       contributors to this volume can be divided along three 
       different orientations, one that is rooted predominantly 
       in sociolinguistics, a second that is 
       ethnomethodologically informed, and a third that came in 
       the wake of narrative interview research. All three share 
       a commitment to view self and identity not as essential 
       properties of the person but as constituted in discursive 
       practices and particularly in narrative. Moreover, since 
       self and identity are held to be phenomena that are 
       contextually and continually generated, they are defined 
       and viewed in the plural, as selves and identities. In the
       attempt of moving closer toward a process-oriented 
       approach to the formation of selves and identities, this 
       volume sets the stage for future discussions of the role 
       of narrative and discourse in this generation process and 
       for how a close analysis of these processes can advance an
       understanding of the world around us and within this world,
       of identities and selves 
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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 
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650  0 Discourse analysis, Narrative.;Identity (Psychology) 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  De Fina, Anna 
700 1  Schiffrin, Deborah 
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