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4 23 Griffin, L.J. (1993): Narrative, Event-Structure Analysis, and Causal Interpretation in Historical Sociology. American Journal of Sociology , 98 (5): 1094

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university graduates in China each year] . Retrieved June 12, 2020, from http://edu.163.com/12/0512/14/81AGOFPG00294L27.html . Peng , Y. ( 2018 ). Migrant mothering in transition: A qualitative study of the maternal narratives and practices of two

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-formal (e.g., training programs), or informal (e.g. leisure time with friends) education settings ( BMBF, n.d. ). This article is based on literature research and the narrative-biographical interview with Charlin analyzed with the method of

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There Is no Mercy

In memoriam Sándor Loss

Acta Juridica Hungarica
Author: István H. Szilágyi

. Delgado , R. , ‘Storytelling for Oppositionists and Others. A Plea for Narrative’ ( 1989 ) 87 Michigan Law Review 2411 – 2441 . Farber , D. A. and Sherry , S

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. Popp-Baier , Ulrike , ‘ Narrative Psychology ’ in Runehov ALC and Oviedo L (eds), Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religions ( Springer 2013 ). Ruprik , Jacques

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Presented: European Conference on Educational Research 2018 Proposal Information Applied theatre and drama in the school are able to reveal aspects of social life on dramatic, narrative, reflective, symbolic

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biographical narrative interviews. The intention was to collect as many influencing factors as possible and to investigate the opinions of the Roma/Gypsy women themselves ( Glinka, 2009 ; Kusters, 2009 ; Schutze, 1983 ). The selection of the respondents was

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). Story-telling and narratives We put particular emphasis on collecting narratives we heard from the interviewees ( Hyvarinen, 2012 ). This method was used because the shifts of government education policies and their impact on institutions and

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). Dunné , J. M. van, ‘Narrative Coherence and Its Function in Judicial Decision Making and Legislation’ ( 1996 ) 44 The American Journal of Comparative Law 435 – 461

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. The first string is the line of facts. Facts of the past may not be ascertained directly, as perception, in the present they can only be concluded or inferred. The premises of conclusion cannot be anything else but narratives of past events

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