LIFE IS GOOD: A NARRATIVE APPROACH TO GERONTOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS

Abstract : The creative use of narrative theory and interventions has become increasing common with a range of ages. In the emerging sub-discipline of narrative gerontology, story-telling and story-listening techniques can be used to approach developmental concepts such as identity and spirituality (Randall & Kenyon, 2004). This paper focuses on the case study of an extraordinary 92 year old subject and the range of gerontological concepts that surfaced throughout her interviewing process, the construction of a digital story narrated by the subject, and the reflections and lessons learned by the author.
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Don Redmond. LIFE IS GOOD: A NARRATIVE APPROACH TO GERONTOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS. Narrative Matters, Jun 2014, Paris, France. 〈hal-01099198〉

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