Narrative is now an accepted research methodology across the social sciences. However, for researchers from positivistic backgrounds, becoming a narrative researcher can be complex. In this article we share four stories to explore the dilemmas and challenges that Lorena, as PhD student, and David, as supervisor, experienced during Lorena’s turn to narrative. We use a duoethnography to focus on pivotal moments during Lorena’s journey that elicited important learning and personal development. By sharing these stories, we aim to stimulate reflection and dialogue between students and supervisors who may be embarking on their own journeys towards narrative.
|Translated title of the contribution||Becoming a narrative researcher: a history of moments, achievements, and course changes|
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2017|
- qualitative research