Narrative identity as a central theme in an ethics of librarianship

Jones, Bonna
May 2001
Australian Library Journal;May2001, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p121
Academic Journal
Examines how an ethics of librarianship could rest on the development of a theory of narrative identity, highlighting Paul Ricoeur's narrative theory. Overview of the narrative theory; Operations involving the process of narrative making; Interaction between authors, readers and texts; Implications of narrative theory for an ethics of librarianship.


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