Narrative Inquiry

(The median citation count of Narrative Inquiry is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Doing narrative analysis from a narratives-as-practices perspective25
The Narrative Dimensions Model and an exploration of various narrative genres17
A bene placito *14
The epistemics of narrative performance in conversation11
Exploring the boundary between narrative research and narrative intervention10
Metacommunication process during a 3-day digital storytelling workshop for patients recovering from hematopoietic cell transplantation7
Narratives as discursive practices in interviews6
Implicit narratives and narrative agency6
Sharing ‘memories’ on Instagram6
Positioning with master and counter-narratives6
Narrative story stem methodologies5
Agency and communion in sexual abuse survivors’ narratives5
Narrative evaluation in patient feedback4
The power of narrative4
Horizontality and gender in contemporary social movements4
Older adults’ conversations and the emergence of “narrative crystals”4
Narrative as cultural representation3
Tales from the South3
Self-presentation strategies and narrative identity3
Narratives as social practice in organisational contexts3
The continuum of identities in immigrant students’ narratives in Greece3
Narrative affordances3
“When I came to the US”3
Memory is an interpretive action2
Ta as an emergent language practice of audience design in CMC2
Methodology of narrative study2
The psychophysiology of narrating distressing experiences2
Preparing students for intentional conversations with older adults2
“And in Israel we became Russians straight away”2
The spatialization and temporalization of environmental suffering2
Flashbulb memories2
Cultural memories and their re-actualizations2
Catching identities in flight2
Storytalk and complex constructions of nonhuman agency2
Clinicians’ narratives in the era of evidence-based practice1
But what about the beginning?”1
Storying selves and others at work1
“Our nights do not belong to us”1
The moral work of becoming a professional1
When it’s “now or never”1
Employable identities1
“Beloved monster”1
Desire, liturgy, andthe joint construction of narrativein a teacher preparation program1
The Two-Lens Approach1
Storytelling and stance-taking in group interaction1
Small stories with big implications1
Interpreter and Aboriginal Liaison Officer identity construction and positioning1
Forgiveness through Writing1
Rendering the untellable, tellable1
Turning points as a tool in narrative research1
Presenting self and aligning as a team through narratives of victimhood among Kazakh-speaking village neighbors1
Emotional engagement in expressive writing1