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Researching Family Narratives

1st Edition

Ann Phoenix; Julia Brannen; Corinne Squire
eISBN-13: 9781529735062

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This edited book guides students and researchers through the processes of researching everyday stories about families. Showcasing the wide range methods and data sources currently used in narrative research, it features:

Examples of real research into historical and contemporary family practices from around the world.
Coverage of both traditional and cutting-edge topics, like multi-method approaches, online research, and paradata.
Practical advice from leading figures in the field on how to incorporate these methods and data sources into family narrative research.  

With accessible language and features that help readers reflect on and internalize key concepts, this book helps readers navigate researching family lives with confidence and ease.  

The authors recently hosted a webinar based on their book, click here to watch it on YouTube

ISBNs 9781526439109, 9781526439109, 1529735068, 9781529735062
Language English
Number of Pages 248
Edition 1st