Routledge Studies in Narrative, Interaction, and Discourse focuses on new methodological and analytical developments in the study of narrative language, interaction and discourse, across different communication sites, including digital and multimodal contexts. The series is intended to provide a focal point for cutting-edge narrative research primarily in discourse analysis and sociolinguistics but we also welcome interdisciplinary and diverse perspectives, particularly those that relate to domains of practice & policy and matters of public concern. The volumes in the series strike a balance between theoretical and conceptual concerns on the one hand and on the other, empirical, micro-analytic work. The series’ interest is in the full range of narrative data, methods and practices that extend the reach and relevance of narrative analysis beyond rigid definitions and views of narrative.
By Lauren Zentz
May 24, 2021
This book offers unique insights into the use of Facebook after the 2016 US presidential election, interrogating how users in private groups draw on individual experiences in movement building and identity construction while also critically reflecting on ethnographic practices around social media....
By Korina Giaxoglou
July 21, 2020
This book investigates how social media are reconfiguring dying, death, and mourning. Taking a narrative approach, it argues that dying, death, and mourning are shared online as small stories of the moment, which are organized around transgressive moments and events with motivational, participatory...