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Author: Valerie Sartor

methodology and participant information, which detail narrative analysis techniques and participant recruitment as well as explaining how Bakhtin’s dialogism meshes with narrative analysis. Coded data is then presented, analyzed, and discussed. 2 Theoretical Framework This sociolinguistic research

In: Central Asian Affairs

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The use of a narrative imperfect in Am 7:10–17 after 7:1–9 and the abrupt shift to 8:1–3 frequently compelled critics to determine its literary form. For diachronic studies defining classifications include ‘third-party report’ and ‘apophthegma’. By contrast, synchronic studies emphasize the contextual integration of Am 7:10–17 and concentrate on a narrative analysis. Within this focus it is striking, that the passage is often associated with a ‘drama’ but without assessing the methodological ramifications of such a claim. The present article takes this ‘synchronic gap’ up and relates it to approaches to view drama as a possible genre for prophetic books. In doing so, a reading of Am 7:10–17 as part of a narrator-mediated discourse using a dramatic mode shows that the passage can be deemed an entrance with three speeches integrated into the wider context of 7:1–8:3. Particularly the classification of 7:10a, 12aα, 14aα as narrator’s discourse using a dramatic mode makes this claim plausible.

In: Biblische Zeitschrift

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The aim of this paper is to investigate the position and role occupied by the memory of events of 1918–1919 in shaping and strengthening the national identity of Montenegrins. It begins with a theoretical introduction concerning the role of historical events in shaping national identity. Then it presents in a synthetic manner the situation of Montenegro before the outbreak of the Great War. The subsequent subsection focuses on the analysis of events related to the end of World War i. The last part employs the technique of narrative analysis in order to analyze the contemporary policy of the Montenegrin authorities. This article should be treated as a sketch of the Montenegrin policy of memory, the ways in which the end of the wwi is remembered, and how it is used for shaping national identity.

In: East Central Europe

Kazakhstan: A Narrative Analysis Valerie Sartor 27–57 Discussing Sinophobia in Kyrgyzstan Aizat Shailoobek Kyzy 58–82 Uchyot and Foucault: Drug Users and Migrants in Post-Soviet Central Asia and Russia Rano Turaeva and Muyassar Turaeva 83–98 Book Discussion Bagila Bukharbayeva, The Vanishing Generation

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In: Central Asian Affairs

examines "tragic anachronism" in various literary texts. Robert B e l k n a p discusses problems inherent in the Formalist distinc- tion b e t w e e n f a b u l a (story line), suizhet (plot), and incident in narrative analysis. Katerina Clark delineates literary chronotypes in the Stalinist novel

In: Russian History
Author: John Bushnell

quences o f anachronism in literature and examines "tragic anachronism" in various literary texts. Robert B e l k n a p discusses problems inherent in the Formalist distinc- tion b e t w e e n f a b u l a (story line), suizhet (plot), and incident in narrative analysis. Katerina Clark

In: Russian History
Author: Darius Baronas

to the self-perception and the ‘other’ may be adduced. 2 He is right in stressing the fact that there is a shortage of studies devoted to a narrative analysis of the discourse on the Shield or Bulwark of Christendom, and to the issue of which agents and channels for its dissemination all across

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies
Author: Jack Barentsen

NT conference of August 2007, with a somewhat bewildering variety of themes: Christology, narrative analysis, personification, stereotyping, masculinity, mission and more. Each paper represents a specialist world with its own vocabulary and literature, which then somehow connects to the theme of

In: Biblische Zeitschrift

to Capture Classrooms: Multimethod Qualitative Approaches for Educational Research, Norwell (MA) 2003. 27 Herman, Luc/Vervaeck Bart, Handbook of Narrative Analysis, Lincoln 2005, 1. 28 Fisher, Walter, Toward a Logic of Good Reasons, in: Quarterly Journal of Speech 64 (1978), 376-384. 29 Doniger

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In: Verstehen und Interpretieren

Zeuge wird." 123 Die Frage: Wo blieb der 119 Vgl. dazu auch H. Thyen, Johannes und die Synoptiker, in: Ders., Studien (s. Anm. 48) 155-181,180. 120 N. Fareily, The Disciples in the Fourth Gospel. A Narrative Analysis of their Faith and Understanding (WUNT II/290), Tubingen 2010, 23, zu ~PXOfL

In: Biblische Zeitschrift