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Using Social Knowledge: A Case Study of a Diarist's Meaning Making During World War II

Tania Zittoun, Flora Cornish, Alex Gillespie & Emma-Louise Aveling

Résumé
   
Mots-clés meaning in action, representations, narratives
   
Citation Zittoun, T., Cornish, F., Gillespie, A., & Aveling, E. L. (2008). Using Social Knowledge: A Case Study of a Diarist's Meaning Making During World War II. In T. Sugiman, K. Gergen, W. Wagner, & Y. Yamada (Eds.) Meaning in Action. Constructions, Narratives, and Representations. (pp. 163-179). Hong Kong: Springer.
   
Type Chapitre de livre (Anglais)
Année 2008
Editeur Toshio Sugiman, Kenneth Gergen, Wolfgang Wagner, Yoko Yamada
Titre du livre Meaning in Action. Constructions, Narratives, and Representations
Editeur commercial Springer (Hong Kong)
Pages 163-179
Titre de la collection Meaning in Action. Constructions, Narratives, and Representations
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