Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 2 June 2012: Narrative: Approaches in research and professional practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 2 June 2012: Narrative: Approaches in research and professional practice
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ISBN 0267-1611; 978-1-85433-708-5

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Narrative: Approaches in research and professional practice.

 

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Contents

About the Contributors

Guest Editorial
Tom Billington & Liz Todd

Narrative therapy and outsider witness practice: Teachers as a community of acknowledgement
Sarah Walther & Hugh Fox

Positioning among the lines of force in schooling: An issue for psychologists and counsellors in schools
John Winslade

'When the powerfulness isn't so helpful': Callum's relationship with autism
Jennifer A. Gilling

The professional practice of educational psychologists: Developing narrative approaches
Charmian Hobbs, Rachel Durkin, Gillian Ellison, Jennifer Gilling, Tracey Heckels, Sarah Tighe, Barbara Waites & Carol Watterson

Reading Rosie: The postmodern disabled child
Dan Goodley & Katherine Runswick-Cole

How can the use of petit narratives create space and possibility when shorthand is used in educational psychology practice?
Daniela Mercieca & Duncan P. Mercieca

Engaging with young people through narrative co-construction: Beyond categorisation
Kate Warham

Narrative analysis of former child soldiers' traumatic experiences
Paul O'Callaghan, Lesley Storey & Harry Rafferty

 

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