Making Meaning of Narratives

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Ruthellen Josselson, Amia Lieblich
SAGE Publications, Apr 5, 1999 - Social Science - 296 pages
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The sixth volume in this series provides: guides for doing qualitative research; analysis of several autobiographies; hints on how to interpret what is not said in narrative interviews; discussion on how cultural meanings and values are transmitted across generations; and illustrations of the transformational power of stories.

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Amia Lieblich is Artery Professor of Personality Studies in the Psychology Department and head of the Lafer Center for the Study of Women at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, coeditor of the "Annual on the Narrative Study of Lives", and author of several books, most recently "Transition to Adulthood during Military Service".

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