Learning for Cambodian Women

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Two primary critical hermeneutic concepts, drawn from the theory of Paul Ricoeur (1992), provide the categories for this research. These categories, Narrative Identity and Mimeses, serve as the boundaries for both data collection and analysis. Kearney (1998:158) states "[n]arrativity, as the construction or deconstruction of paradigms of storytelling, is a perpetual search of new ways of expressing human time, a production or creation of meaning." This research was conducted in the participatory inquiry method of Dr. Ellen ...

Learning for Cambodian Women 2014, Scholars' Press

ISBN-13: 9783639703191

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