References - Narrative Methodology

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Narrative Methodology

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The Foley Center for the Study of Lives, “The Life Story Interview Protocol”, Fourth Revision, March 2005, viewed 25 March 2013,


See The Foley Center for the Study of Lives website, “The Life Story Interview Protocol”, Fourth Revision, March 2005, viewed 25 March 2013,


See The Foley Center for the Study of Lives website, “The Life Story Interview Protocol”, Fourth Revision, March 2005, viewed 25 March 2013,