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作者:Jessica Mason
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.293-312约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)This article explores fictionality within the context of the discourse of conspiracy. In particular it examines the phenomenon of ‘false flag’ narratives: alternative versions of an event constructed by individuals who have become convinced that a news story has...
作者:Elise Kraatila
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.418-433约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)It has become an increasingly common suggestion that we are currently living in a ‘post-truth’ world, where compelling storytelling has usurped the place of empirical facts in determining our shared social reality. The impression of reality becoming endlessly mu...
作者:Matias Nurminen
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.313-332约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)This article studies the use of literature and narrative strategies of online antifeminist movements. These movements classified under the umbrella term the manosphere, wage ideological narrative warfare to endorse a misogynistic worldview. The case at hand conc...
作者:Sam Browse , Mari Hatavara
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.333-351约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)This article approaches fictionality as a set of semiotic strategies prototypically associated with fictional forms of storytelling (Hatavara & Mildorf, 2017b). Whilst these strategies are strongly associated with fiction, they might also be used in non-fictiona...
作者:Maria Laakso
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.371-390约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, works depicting a post-human world have become a popular non-fiction genre. This kind of disanthropy is an extreme form of apocalyptic thinking. In this article, I examine one such disanthropic narrative, Alan Wei...
作者:Kim Schoofs , Dorien Van De Mieroop
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.268-292约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this article, we study the diachronic (re)construction of repeated WWII-testimonies. Specifically, we scrutinize how shifting master narratives in the social context may affect how stories are told in a particular time and place. We selected testimonies by tw...
作者:Alison Gibbons
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.391-417约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)Using Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels as case study, this article presents a cognitive approach to fictionality and authorial intention using Text World Theory and Mind-Modelling. It investigates two forms of ontological distortion: readers’ (mis)classificati...
作者:Sam Browse , Alison Gibbons , Mari Hatavara
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.245-267约翰本杰明出版公司
作者:Samuli Björninen
来源:[J].Narrative Inquiry, 2019, Vol.29 (2), pp.352-370约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)The article presents a method for studying the factuality of narrative as a rhetoric. The need for such a method is apparent in the so-called post-truth climate, which sees us witnessing debates about semantic chimeras like “alternative facts” and “fake new...
作者:Bibi Janssen , Natalia Meir
来源:[J].Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 2019, Vol.9 (4-5), pp.736-765约翰本杰明出版公司
摘要:Abstract(#br)The present study explores the acquisition of the Russian accusative [acc] case inflections in two groups of bilingual children (Russian-Dutch and Russian-Hebrew) who acquire Russian as their Heritage Language (HL) and two groups of monolingual Russian-speaking ...

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