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Assembling a coalition of climate change narratives on UK climate action: a focus on the city, countryside, community and home

Candice Howarth, Laurie Parsons
2021 Climatic Change  
In search of a coherent coalition of diverse interests in shaping climate change action, we discuss two cross-cutting themes on technology and social norms which emerge strongly across each of the sub-themes  ...  Nevertheless, we show how engagement with these narratives is complex and may overlap or contest in some cases.  ...  To view a copy of this licence, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-021-02959-8 fatcat:ereqqyranzhohitbiffk73nqci

Inquiry in Place: Collaborative Research as Strategy for Resistance to Displacement

Antwan Jefferson, Ben Kirshner
2021 The Assembly  
This special issue of The Assembly contains a collection of scholarly articles focused on the phenomena of place and displacement as they occur in and near public education.  ...  , and take on community experiences and questions in order to collaborate on the development and design of collaborative, community-based research.  ...  The Assembly: A Journal for Public Scholarship on Education Vol. 3 (2021)  ... 
doi:10.33011/assembly.v3i1.1001 fatcat:75osnaeatndqzgtocvzkyxux2u

Narrative, Identity and Academic Storytelling

Ken Hyland
2018 ILCEA  
The narratives they produce are a self-conscious assembling of experience for a complete stranger from the local university.  ...  It brings to identity research evidence of how individuals, repeatedly and routinely, position themselves in relation to their readers so that in constructing knowledge and relationships they also construct  ...  I want to explore how we construct representations of ourselves, what I shall call "identity narratives", in three rather neglected academic genres where the requirements of anonymity and impersonality  ... 
doi:10.4000/ilcea.4677 fatcat:f5iweta6pjc5pew3sbif46owtu

Intertextuality and the Collaborative Construction of Narrative: J. M. Coetzee's Foe

Tisha Turk
2011 Narrative  
Coetzee thus emphasizes what Phelan would call the characters' synthetic functions-their operations as "artificial constructs within the larger construct of the work"-and the tension between those functions  ...  The practice of collaborative narration is one with which many of us are familiar in everyday speech.  ... 
doi:10.1353/nar.2011.0019 fatcat:nesllphcdbgj7eg7lmoq7uqvhe

Narrative Information Management [article]

Richard J. Cordes, Shaun Applegate-Swanson, Daniel Ari Friedman, Virginia Bleu Knight, Alexandra Mikhailova
2021 Zenodo  
In this paper, we address the need for synthesis and exchange of knowledge, tools, and approaches among various fields by proposing Narrative Information Management (NIM) as a unifying term and framework  ...  Through this framework, we offer an initial common set of features of impactful information systems found in literature on information-focused disciplines, such as knowledge management, and explore what  ...  have specialized tools that facilitate the rapid and collaborative construction of these narratives.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5565577 fatcat:h6fbrpgawvhn3b3tq7fuxm3mdu

Narrative Information Management [article]

Richard J. Cordes, Shaun Applegate-Swanson, Daniel Ari Friedman, Virginia Bleu Knight, Alexandra Mikhailova
2021 Zenodo  
In this paper, we address the need for synthesis and exchange of knowledge, tools, and approaches among various fields by proposing Narrative Information Management (NIM) as a unifying term and framework  ...  Through this framework, we offer an initial common set of features of impactful information systems found in literature on information-focused disciplines, such as knowledge management, and explore what  ...  have specialized tools that facilitate the rapid and collaborative construction of these narratives.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5565578 fatcat:7incd5aftzbd7c3y73rs5rh2am

1. Can "migrants" speak? Voices, narratives and performances [chapter]

Cécile Canut
2021 Transnational Narratives of Migration and Exile  
By freeing the speech of exiles themselves, through life narratives in particular, these works offer a different perspective on women and men whose discourse and language registers have been obscured or  ...  In opposition to a media, state and police conception of the speech (parole) of exiles, a plethora of academic and artistic productions related to migration issues have shaped a new approach to mobility  ...  stemming from the co-construction of knowledge .  ... 
doi:10.18261/9788215042428-2021-01 fatcat:qsfdlgztxrfhlle4z6mokouw3m

Purposeful Authoring for Emergent Narrative [chapter]

Sandy Louchart, Ivo Swartjes, Michael Kriegel, Ruth Aylett
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Emergent narrative (EN) is a narrative concept in virtual reality that relies on emergence for a flexible shaping of stories as opposed to fixed pre-determined plots.  ...  This has consequences for the creative role of the author in an EN system.  ...  IST-4-027656-STP) project carried out with the provision of the European Community in the Framework VI Programme. The authors are solely responsible for the content of this publication.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_35 fatcat:2c6kvowajzhclieswqxdbtftlq

Crossing Lines: Sport History, Transformative Narratives, and Aboriginal Australia

Chelsea Bond, Murray G. Phillips, Gary Osmond
2015 International Journal of the History of Sport  
and The tensions of practice in engaging Indigenous knowledge and perspectives are evident in the work undertaken by Phillips and Osmond.  ...  The second section of the paper describes the co-construction of Indigenous sport history through the collaborative endeavours of Phillips, Osmond and Bond.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09523367.2015.1038704 fatcat:sjoyjk2y5nfhxlnnbk335mmpyq

Narrative research: An alternative approach to study language teaching and learning

Jenny Alexandra Mendieta
2013 Folios  
It discusses the role of the researcher, the different orientations narrative studies can take, and the processes involved in narrative analysis.Some of the challenges narrative researchers face in their  ...  sense of their and others' knowledge and experiences.  ...  teaching and learning situations, collaboratively re-construct and make sense of what happens inside and outside the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.17227/01234870.37folios135.147 fatcat:7anjj2crlzetbdvosjhhcv7pii

The Transformative Power of Narrative in Second Language Teacher Education

Karen E. Johnson, Paula R. Golombek
2011 TESOL Quarterly (Print)  
Specifically, we highlight various outlets, in both center and periphery contexts, where the products of teachers' narrative activities are functioning as a tool for knowledge-building and professional  ...  We then turn to the centrality of narrative as a vehicle for teacher inquiry in transforming the field of SLTE itself.  ...  1 We limit our discussion of sociocultural theory to the Vygotskian construct of mediation.  ... 
doi:10.5054/tq.2011.256797 fatcat:7l3bw4nuk5hc7py7cjm4gebaii

Narratives of "Dynamic Movement" in Disciplinary Literacy

Paula Moffat
2012 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
A collaborative approach to the implementation of disciplinary literacy and to further research is recommended.  ...  Through a narrative inquiry involving a semi-structured interview and autobiographical reflection, the author explores the similarities and differences in literacy pedagogy between a literacy leader and  ...  Draper (2008) suggests that the current tension in content area literacy instruction is whether content area literacy should be a goal of instruction…or a tool to enhance or enable learning" (p. 2).  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2gp47 fatcat:brkod3bjfjclzkcetyzntjgzhu

Pirate Narratives and the Colonial Atlantic [chapter]

Alexandra Ganser
2020 Crisis and Legitimacy in Atlantic American Narratives of Piracy  
all efforts in the construction of narrative authority. 25 Exquemelin needs help in this narrative construction work: as the narrator repeatedly emphasizes, he derives his authority first from a discourse  ...  inner narrative tension as they negotiate a crisis of religious and moral authority (in the case of the sermons and gallows narratives), of political legitimacy, and of hermeneutic understanding and ordering  ...  Open Access This chapter is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ by/4.0/), which permits use, sharing, adaptation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-43623-0_2 fatcat:jh3lw2gjz5b6nbdvjhjfiwzvga

Narratives underlying research in African river basin management

Fritz Kleinschroth, Caroline Lumosi, Amare Bantider, Yilikal Anteneh, Caroline van Bers
2021 Sustainability Science  
This narrative reveals powerful, yet largely ignored hindrances for collaborative projects resulting from cultural and historical biases in Euro-African collaborations.  ...  Based on our analysis, we argue that international research projects in sustainability sciences need to increase the transparency of open and hidden narratives that influence research directions and power  ...  we be able to frame "knowledge work" in a collaborative manner (Paschen and Ison 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11625-021-01044-4 fatcat:3uym4rjhijgpvgikfnce7iduyy

Narrative Conflict Coaching

John Winslade, Ashley Pangborn
2015 Narrative and Conflict Explorations in Theory and Practice  
A set of guidelines for narrative conflict coaching are proposed and transcribed conversation is provided as a case study to illustrate the process in action.  ...  There have been references made to a narrative practice of conflict coaching but it has not been articulated as fully as it might be.  ...  John Winslade, for his continuous support and guidance without which I would not have been able to complete the extensive project in a timely manner.  ... 
doi:10.13021/g8w88g fatcat:5ilvllqcc5bzfiqs73chwzvizu
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