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Vol 5, No 1 Book Review of Counter-Terrorism: Narrative Strategies by Ajit Mann Abstract  PDF
John M Winslade
Vol 3, No 1 How To Start A War: Eight Cases of Strategic Provocation Abstract  PDF
JD Maddox
Vol 3, No 1 Exploring Healthcare Professionals' Use of Narrative Mediation Approaches to Address Disclosure and Apology in the Aftermath of Medical Errors Abstract  PDF
Gerald Monk, Stacey Sinclair, Michael Nelson
Vol 2, No 1 Coherence Co-constructed: Using Coherence for Analysis and Transformation of Social Conflicts Abstract  PDF
Ali Ersen Erol
Vol 5, No 1 The Story of the Caliphate: Understanding the Islamic State through Narrative Analysis Abstract  PDF
Constance Quinlan
Vol 3, No 1 Rewriting Institutional Narratives to Make Amends: The French National Railroads (SNCF) Abstract  PDF
Sarah Federman
Vol 2, No 1 Narrative Conflict Coaching Abstract  PDF
John Winslade, Ashley Pangborn
Vol 6, No 1 Notes from the Field: Relational Interviewing Abstract  PDF
Stephen Madigan, John M Winslade
Vol 3, No 1 Faith, Politics, and the Parable of the Kosher Deli: Explorations of Narrative in a Congressional Hearing Abstract  PDF
Joshua Kraut
Vol 1, No 1 Narrative Braiding and the Role of Public Officials in Transforming the Publics Conflicts Abstract  PDF
Sara Cobb
Vol 6, No 1 Re-Entry Conversations: A Restorative Narrative Practice for Student Reintegration Abstract  PDF
John M Winslade, Michael J. Williams
Vol 6, No 1 Love, Fear, Anger: The Emotional Arc of Populist Rhetoric Abstract  PDF
Matthew Levinger
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