Narrative Development in Adolescence

Creating the Storied Self

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ISBN: 978-0-387-89824-7 (Print) 978-0-387-89825-4 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxiii

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    Pages 1-21

    Self-Continuity Across Developmental Change in and of Repeated Life Narratives

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    Pages 23-43

    Emerging Identities: Narrative and Self from Early Childhood to Early Adolescence

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    Pages 45-63

    Patterns of Family Narrative Co-construction in Relation to Adolescent Identity and Well-Being

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    Pages 65-91

    Autonomy, Identity, and Narrative Construction with Parents and Friends

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    Pages 93-112

    What He Said to Me Stuck: Adolescents’ Narratives of Grandparents and Their Identity Development in Emerging Adulthood

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    Pages 113-129

    Life Stories of Troubled Youth: Meanings for a Mentor and a Scholarly Stranger

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    Pages 131-149

    Re-storying the Lives of At-Risk Youth: A Case Study Approach

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    Pages 151-168

    Constructing Resilience: Adolescent Motherhood and the Process of Self-Transformation

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    Pages 169-183

    Negotiating the Meanings of Adolescent Motherhood Through the Medium of Identity Collages

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    Pages 185-206

    How Violent Youth Offenders and Typically Developing Adolescents Construct Moral Agency in Narratives About Doing Harm

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    Pages 207-230

    Critical Narrating by Adolescents Growing Up in War: Case Study Across the Former Yugoslavia

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 231-237