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Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research — Kristina Lainson, Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke

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Being both narrative practitioner and academic researcher: A reflection on what thematic analysis has to offer narratively informed research — Kristina Lainson, Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke

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What opportunities are there for narrative practitioners to engage in academic research whilst retaining an alignment with poststructuralist ideas, feminist
commitments and narrative practice principles? This paper considers Virginia Braun and Victoria Clarke’s model of thematic analysis (TA) as an approach which can overcome some of the tensions that arise when integrating both narrative practitioner and researcher stance. Drawing on one practitioner-researcher’s experience of navigating some of these dilemmas and incorporating a rich discussion of some of the heritages, understandings and intentions that underpin TA and its development, this paper seeks to assist, inform and encourage narrative practitioners who are reaching for approaches that offer a good fit for their research hopes and aims.

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