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Narratives and Counter-narratives

eBook - 2010
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Every day, human beings tell and are told stories, sometimes in obvious ways, sometimes not. Most of our communication with each other, direct or indirect, involves narrative production and reception. Narrative is constitutive of human being. However, whose narratives are heard? Feminists argue that the relations between language, knowledge, gender and power, particularly the question as to whether man-made and controlled language is a material fit to receive and convey woman's stories, are ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2010
ISBN: 9781443823456
1443823457
9781283141321
1283141329
9781443823326
1443823325
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxiv, 339 pages)
Additional Contributors: Porter, Marie 1938-
Kelso, Julie 1970-

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