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The Role of Narrative

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Abstract

Makris illustrates the value of narrative inquiry in applying intersectionality theory to the study of outsider teachers. An overview of narrative inquiry principles is followed by an explanation of the role this research methodology has in this study. The author introduces herself as a research participant and recounts through a series of personal narratives how she has been recognized herself as an outsider, how she was introduced to the concept in an academic setting, and how she has experienced classroom teaching as an outsider.

Keywords

Qualitative research Narrative inquiry Personal narrative Teacher narrative 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Independent ScholarUniversity ParkUSA

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