Hidden Stories in Monologues
Dariusz Kuncewicz , Dorota Kuncewicz
AbstractIn this article, we present a procedure for isolating a hidden story from a monologue on an assigned topic. We define a hidden story as a story about the author's own life, accessible to the recipient of a monologue indirectly––by inference––on the basis of the rules of language use, verifiable in linguistics and literary theory. The procedure involves four stages: 1. preparing the recording and transcription of a monologue; 2. isolating and analyzing linguistically and/or narratively out-of-key elements in a monologue; 3. making a conclusion about hidden content on the basis of out-of-key elements and their contexts; 4. formulating a hidden story. We focus mainly on explaining the mechanisms of linguistic and narrative distinguishability of elements in a monologue, and describing, "step by step," consecutive stages of the procedure
|Journal series||Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research (FQS), ISSN 1438-5627, (N/A 70 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1|
|Keywords in English||narratives, monologues, hidden stories, qualitative analysis, rules of speech|
|Publication indicators||: 2016 = 0.607|
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