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Mark B. Tappan,Martin J. Packer
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Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development, New Directions . The article, examines Ginzburg's diary and proposes a new interpretation of the narrative conceptualization of Siege experience reflected there.

Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development, New Directions for Child Development. In the diary, Ginzburg has recourse to a method that could be called 'apophatic,' . founded on negative definitions. Ginzburg's narra tive strategies meanwhile refer to 'the apophatic quality' (to use P. Medvedev's term) of the Formalists' method, and.

The development of empathic understanding in early and middle childhood. New Directions for Child Development, 5. oogle Scholar. Thoma, . & Daum, I. (2006)

The development of empathic understanding in early and middle childhood. In R. Case (E., The mind’s staircase: Exploring the conceptual underpinnings of children’s thought and knowledge (pp. 153–170). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Journal of Narrative and Life History, 2(2), 129–150. Hutsler, J. J. (2003). (2006).

In M. Tappan & M. Packer (Ed., Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development (New ., Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development (New directions for child development, No. 54). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Tappan, . & Brown, L. (1991). Stories told and lessons learned: Toward a narrative approach to moral development and moral education. In L. T. Winegar & J. Valsiner (Ed., Children�s development within social contexts: Metatheoretical, theoretical, and methodological issues. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. (1992).

New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Vol. 1998, Issue. Children's Narrative Representations of Mothers: Their Development and Associations with Child and Mother Adaptation. Child Development, Vol. 68, Issue.

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In Mark Tappan & Martin Packer (Ed. 54) (p. 3-62). Brown, Lyn; Debold, Elizabeth; Tappan, Mark & Gilligan, Carol (1991). Reading narratives of conflict and choice for self and moral voices: A relational method. Gilligan, Carol & Brown, Lynn (1992). B. Tappan and M., Narrative and Storytelling: Implications for Understanding Moral Development. New Directions for Child Development, no. 54. San Francisco: Jossey- Bass, Hansman, C. A. Context-Based Adult Learning

In M. Context-Based Adult Learning. In S. Merriam (e., The New Update on Adult Learning Theory. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education, no. 89. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Irwin, R. R. Narrative Competence and Constructive Development Theory: A Proposal for Writing the Bildungsroman in the Postmodern World.

Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development (pp. 43–61). Albany: State University of New York Press. Tappan, M. (1991a) Narrative, authorship, and the development of moral authority

Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development (pp. Brown, . & Gilligan, C. (1992) Meeting at the crossroads: Women's psychology and girls' development. Day, . (1991a) The moral audience: On the narrative mediation of moral "judgment" and moral "action. (1991a) Narrative, authorship, and the development of moral authority. In M. Narrative and storytelling: Implications for understanding moral development (pp. 5–25).

Narrative, authorship, and the development of moral authority / Mark B. Tappan -- The moral audience : on the narrative mediation of moral "judgment" and moral "action" / James M. Day -- Listening for voice in narratives of relationship / Lyn Mikel Brown, Carol Gilligan -- Interpreting stories, interpreting lives : narrative and action in moral development research / Martin J. Packer -- Rewriting the self : development as moral practice / Mark Freeman.