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1 THEORETICAL OBSERVATIONS Defining tense and aspect in narratives Tense is usually defined as a grammatical means that contributes to the location of a state of affairs (SoA) in time, with the speech moment as ultimate ground. 1 Absolute tense

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. 5. Bal , M. ( 1985 ): Narratology. Introduction to the Theory of Narrative . Toronto , University of Toronto Press . 6. Batson , C. D. ( 1991 ): The

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events in narratives. In: Vincze, O., Bigazzi, S. (eds.): Pleasure, Story: Pleasure of Stories. [Széttört történetek: Pszichopatológiai jelenségek az elbeszélésekben. In: Vincze, O., Bigazzi, S. (szerk.): Élmény, történet: A történetek élménye.] Új

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moderated by contexts, whereas more recent constitutive approaches view entrepreneurial innovation as a process wherein actors and contexts are co-created, and narratives play a key role ( Garud et al. 2014 ). Overall, despite the scholarly progress made

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. Hazen (Eds.), Action in social context: Perspectives on early development (pp. 239–271). New York, NY, US: Plenum Press. Bretherton, I., Oppenheim, D., Buchsbaum, H., Emde, R., & MacArthur Narrative Working Group (2003). The

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students' lives that can be linked to their successful educational progress. The interviews were processed qualitatively, with narrative content analysis – using a pre-defined code system. We used the variable data of the interviewed students for the

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. 10. Csertő , I. , László, J. ( 2010 ): Psychological analysis of interpersonal and intergroup evaluation in narratives . Paper presented at 9th Alps-Adria Psychology Conference, 16–18 September 2010, Klagenfurt, Austria

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Nünning, Ansgar, 2008. Reconceptualizing the Theory, History and Generic Scope of Unreliable Narration: Towards a Synthesis of Cognitive and Rhetorical Approaches. In: Elke D’hoker, Gunther Martens, eds. Narrative Unreliability in the Twentieth

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, 9–11 décembre 1999, Littérature et Nation 24: 85–100. Cosslett, Tess (2000): Matrilineal Narratives Revisited. In: Tess Cosslett, Celia Lury & Penny Summerfield (eds.): Feminism and Autobiography. Texts

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különféle monologikus szövegekben [The analysis of disfluencies in various narratives]. In: Gósy (2004, 209–222). Merlo, Sandra — Leticia Lessa Mansur 2004. Descriptive discourse: Topic familiarity and disfluencies. In

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