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This article contrasts 'mainstream' narrative analysis, and the study of researcher-elicited narrative accounts, with conversation analysis and the study of naturally occurring narratives-in-interaction. Our analysis extends previous conversation analytic and discursive psychological work on storytelling (i.e., how stories get embedded in sequences of talk; the actions storytelling does), by focusing on the location and function of speakers' story formulations and orientations to narrativedoi:10.1075/bct.6.08sto fatcat:rmf74p6cnzd2toyrugj3b6oziq