Counter-narrative/modhistorier

Counter-narrative/modhistorier En modhistorie er i sin rene form en fortælling, der konflikter med en dominerende fortælling, også kaldet “master narrative” (Bamberg & Andrews 2004). Der er bred enighed om, at modhistorier opnår deres betydning i kraft af interaktionen med andre fortællinger, og at de således indgår i en gensidig relation med deres respektive master narratives. […]

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Boje & Lundholt 2016, Boje, Lundholt & Cooren 2016

Reference

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