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Narrative inquiry

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Narrative inquiry

  2. 2.  Introduction of narrative research  Ways narrative research can be represented.  Key characteristics of narrative designs  Strengths and weaknesses of narrative designs  Steps in conducting narrative research
  3. 3. “Narrative Inquiry is a Qualitative research method. Narrative inquiry is a mean by which we systematically gather, analyze and represent people’s stories as told by them, which challenges traditional and modernist view of truth, reality, knowledge and personhood. Rather than what happened in the event ,the focus on the significance of that event. ”
  4. 4.  Autobiography  Life writing  Photographs or paintings  Documentaries  Interviews  Story
  5. 5. Strengths  Collaboration  Gives “voice” to educators  Helps others understand topics  Captures everyday familiar data Weaknesses  Participants may “fake the data”  Telling “horrific” experiences  Ownership of the story.
  6. 6.  Focuses on individual experiences.  Uses a time sequence of events.  Collects the individual stories told to the researcher or gathered through field texts (autobiographies and interviews).  Describes the context or setting for the individual stories ◦ includes the people involved in the story ◦ includes the physical setting ◦ setting may be described before events or actions, or can be woven throughout the study.
  7. 7.  Collaborates throughout the process of research with the individuals whose stories are being reported. ◦ participants are actively involved in the inquiry as it unfolds ◦ relationships between research and participant are negotiated to minimize the potential gap between narrative told and narrative reported
  8. 8.  Identify the phenomenon to explore the problems.  Purposefully select an individual to learn about phenomenon.  Collect the story from the individual.  Retell the story.  Collaborate with the participants storyteller.  Write a story about the participants experiences.  Validate the accuracy of the report by telling it to the participants.