Narrative Thought and Narrative Language.
By: Britton, Bruce K.
Contributor(s): Pellegrini, Anthony D.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Cog Studies Grp of the Inst for Behavioral Research at UGA: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (287 p.).ISBN: 9781317785873.Subject(s): Consciousness | Discourse analysis -- Psychological aspects | Narration (Rhetoric) | Psycholinguistics | Thought and thinkingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Narrative Thought and Narrative LanguageDDC classification: 401.41 LOC classification: PN212 .N38 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; 1 Narrative Comprehension; 2 Some Things That Narratives Tell Us About the Mind; 3 Thinking About Narrative; 4 The Joint Construction of Stories by Preschool Children and an Experimenter; 5 Canonicality and Consciousness in Child Narrative; 6 Narrative and the Child's Theory of Mind; 7 The Narration of Dialogue and Narration Within Dialogue: The Transition From Story to Logic; 8 The Principle of Relevance and the Production of Discourse: Evidence from Xhosa Folk Narrative
9 The Rhetoric of Narrative: A Hermeneutic Critical Theory10 Narrative in Psychoanalysis: Truth? Consequences?; Author Index; Subject Index
Since before the dawn of history, people have been telling stories to each other and to themselves. Thus stories are at the root of human experience. This volume describes empirical investigations by Jerome Bruner, Wallace Chafe, David Olson, and others on the relationship between stories and cognition. Using philosophical, linguistic, anthropological, and psychological perspectives on narrative, the contributors provide a definitive, highly diversified portrait of human cognition.<br>
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