Using a Narrative Approach of Double-listening in Research Contexts— Jay Marlowe

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Using a Narrative Approach of Double-listening in Research Contexts— Jay Marlowe

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This paper introduces the process of using the narrative principles of double-listening and double-storied testimony as an approach to conducting research with Sudanese men who have resettled in Australia. It highlights the value of documenting not only the trauma story but also a person’s response to it. While double-listening has been used in professional practice and community engagements, this approach also offers a valuable insight into how research can be conducted in respectful and resonant ways that create safer spaces to engage people’s lived experiences.

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