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Designing Critical Literacy Education through Critical Discourse Analysis by Melissa Mosley Wetzel, Rebecca Rogers

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APPENDICES

 

 

 

Appendices to Chapter 3

Guide to Conducting Critical Narrative Analysis

Part I: Preparing for Narrative Analysis

Appendix 3A: Choosing a Type of Narrative Analysis

There are four basic models of narrative analysis (Riessman, 2005). The first is thematic analysis and includes a focus on the content of the narrative, or what the narrator “told” in the story. This approach is often useful to examine the variation between narratives among a group of narratives about the same topic.

The second model is a structural analysis, which has a stronger focus on how the story is told, rather than what is told. Examples of structural analysis vary depending on the form of the narrative. For example, many narratives fit a temporal story form ...

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