Narrative research is growing in popularity within academic social science and applied social policy areas; within cultural studies, there are increasing numbers of researchers and students who use narrative analysis; narrative studies are methodologically and theoretically very diverse, and students require academic experience in the area in order to be able to use them effectively; the course aims to familiarise students with narrative theories and train them in a range of narrative research methodologies.
Modules include: Narrative research. Options include: Life'course narratives; subjects in culture; psychosocial analysis of forced migration; narrative practice; dissertation; genealogical research strategies; political narratives; feminist postcolonialism; orientalism, gender, sexuality.
Course Additional Entry
Applicants should hold a 1st Class or 2nd Class Honours degree. This degree should be in a relevant field of study. Applicants holding an honours degree in a field of study which is not of obvious relevance may also be considered. Applicants who are not graduates but who have relevant research or professional experience may also be considered.
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