References - Narrative Ethics

Narrative Psychology: Identity, Transformation and Ethics - Julia Vassilieva 2016

Narrative Ethics

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See, for example, J. Bourke”s study Fear: A Cultural History, Cambridge UP, New York, 2006.


See the original article: N. Scheper-Hughes, “The Primacy of the Ethical: Propositions for a Militant Anthropology”, in H.L. Moore & T. Sanders (eds.), Anthropology in Theory: Issues in Epistemology, Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 2006, pp. 506—513, pp. 510—511. Cited in D. Epston, “Michael”s Intellectual Projects”, viewed 7 May 2010,