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Family and Community: (Re)Telling Our Own Story

Byrne, Anne ; O’mahony, Deirdre Readdick, Christine A (Editor) ; Farrell, Michael P (Editor) ; Koepke, Leslie A (Editor)

Journal of Family Issues, January 2012, Vol.33(1), pp.52-75 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Family and Community: (Re)Telling Our Own Story
  • Autor: Byrne, Anne ; O’mahony, Deirdre
  • Readdick, Christine A (Editor) ; Farrell, Michael P (Editor) ; Koepke, Leslie A (Editor)
  • Assuntos: Arensberg and Kimball ; Family ; Community ; Rural ; Narrative ; Art ; Storytelling ; Sociology & Social History
  • É parte de: Journal of Family Issues, January 2012, Vol.33(1), pp.52-75
  • Descrição: In this article, the authors explore the consequences of an American 1930s classic anthropological study for a contemporary rural community in the west of Ireland. The contribution of family, kin, and community relations to sustaining a rural way of life was the primary focus of Arensberg and Kimball’s study of Irish farm families published as Family and Community in Ireland. Through the frame of a collaborative community research project with an artist, sociologist, and the descendents of the families written about, we present an account of a research project based on Kimball’s 1930s field diary that provided an opportunity for community members to tell their own story of family and community in the 21st century. Deploying a narrative inquiry approach, the power of local stories to interrupt dominant narratives of family and community is explored.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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