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Considering Counter-Narratives: Narrating, resisting, making sense
Edited by Michael Bamberg and Molly Andrews
[Studies in Narrative 4] 2004
► pp. 726
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Cited by 13 other publications

LeBlanc, Sarah Symonds, Lindsay M. Butcher, Rachel P. Mitchell, Julianna Russel & Jessi Navarro
2023. No One Ever Talked About…”:The Postpartum Counter-Narrative to Society’s Master Narrative on New Mothering. Southern Communication Journal 88:3  pp. 195 ff. DOI logo
Andrews, Molly
2021. A Chronicle of Mentoring Narrative Scholarship. Narrative Works 10  pp. 96 ff. DOI logo
Hyvärinen, Matti, Mari Hatavara & Hanna Rautajoki
2021. Positioning with master and counter-narratives. Narrative Inquiry 31:1  pp. 97 ff. DOI logo
Mietola, Reetta & Karoliina Ahonen
2021. Lockdown Fits and Misfits: Disabled Young People’s Lives Under COVID-19 Lockdown. YOUNG 29:4_suppl  pp. S100 ff. DOI logo
Markussen, Thomas & Eva Knutz
2020. Board games as a new method for studying troubled family narratives. In Routledge Handbook of Counter-Narratives,  pp. 132 ff. DOI logo
Osborn, Sharani
2020. Subjects Between Legacies: How Fathers Construct the Relation Between Their Childhood Past, the Present of Parenting, and Their Child(ren)’s Future. Sociological Research Online 25:3  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Fooken, Insa, Miranda Leontowitsch & Frank Oswald
2019. The role of empowerment and agency in the lives of older men living alone. European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults 10:3  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Lit, Siu-wai
2017. Acts of resistance: The transformation of young single mothers in Hong Kong. International Social Work 60:4  pp. 869 ff. DOI logo
Silvén Hagström, Anneli
2017. ‘Suicide stigma’ renegotiated: Storytelling, social support and resistance in an Internet-based community for the young suicide-bereaved. Qualitative Social Work 16:6  pp. 775 ff. DOI logo
Silvén Hagström, Anneli
2017. Breaking the silence: parentally suicide-bereaved youths’ self-disclosure on the internet and the social responses of others related to stigma. Journal of Youth Studies 20:8  pp. 1077 ff. DOI logo
Klausen, Rita Kristin
2016. “Why did I try to kill myself?”: A narrative context analysis of Marianne’s story. Social Work in Mental Health 14:3  pp. 260 ff. DOI logo
Baldwin, Clive & Jennifer Estey
2015. The Self and Spirituality: Overcoming Narrative Loss in Aging. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought 34:2  pp. 205 ff. DOI logo
Bamberg, Michael
2014. Narrative Practices Versus Capital‐D Discourses: Ways of Investigating Family. Journal of Family Theory & Review 6:1  pp. 132 ff. DOI logo

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