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Journal Title: Narrative Inquiry
Volume/Issue:   23 / 1
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 226 pp.

Table of Contents


Editorial: Positioning in narrative interaction
Arnulf Deppermann
1 – 15

‘Positioning’ in the conversation analytic approach
Dennis Day and Susanne Kjaerbeck
16 – 39

Positioning level 3: Connecting local identity displays to macro social processes
Anna De Fina
40 – 61

How to get a grip on identities-in-interaction: (What) Does ‘Positioning’ offer more than ‘Membership Categorization’? Evidence from a mock story
Arnulf Deppermann
62 – 88

Building iterativity into positioning analysis: A practice-based approach to small stories and self
Alexandra Georgakopoulou
89 – 110

Positioning identities: A discursive approach to the negotiation of gendered categories
Neill Korobov
111 – 131

Positioning as membership management: The case of narratives about public authorities
Uta M. Quasthoff
132 – 153

The play of metaphor: Shifting positions through autobiographic texts in psychology
Susan Soennichsen and Mandy Morgan
154 – 170

Translating a national grand narrative into a personal biographies: Alternative biographies among siblings in everyday life
Avihu Shoshana
171 – 191

From small stories to networked narrative: The evolution of personal narratives in Facebook status updates
Ruth Page, Richard Harper and Maximiliane Frobenius
192 – 213

Becoming ‘I’: ‘Orientation’ interactions with online blogs
Shane B. Duggan
214 – 226
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
LL Issue: 25.45