In addition, these stories provide qualitative data for thinking about the coherence
of personality (Duncan & Agronick, 1995; ... from oblivion–is really a form of storytelling that goes on continually in the mind and often changes with the telling
Author: James G Kelly
Six Community Psychologists Tell Their Stories: History, Contexts, and Narrative presents the unique opportunity to examine how culture and social norms have combined with chance, coincidence, and serendipity to form the professional identities of men and women who were among the first generation trained to work in the field of community psychology. The book’s contributors—disciples of those who founded the sub-field—provide insights into the factors (social status, family history, education, social environment, cultural events, important ideas) that furthered their professional development in an emerging field. Their stories—still works in progress—go far beyond facts, figures, dates and details to document what they’ve done with their lives—and why. Six esteemed community psychologists—three men who began their careers as the field was established in the mid-1960s and three women who took part in the increased opportunities available in the 1970s—recall how important events and social movements affected them as they fulfilled their personal and professional goals. They discuss the effects of family values and styles, class, ethnic status, gender, racism, anti-Semitism, the power of social settings, supportive education and work settings, and the impact of post-World War II government programs on their education, including the G.I. Bill, and the establishment of United States Public Health Service fellowships. Their stories touch on many common themes, including social marginality and sex discrimination, making personal discoveries in response to educational experiences, the significance of fate, and the experience of gaining a new or renewed sense of self through meaningful events, occasions, and people. These Six Community Psychologists Tell Their Stories: Dr. Jean Ann Linney (University of South Carolina), whose experiences involve a combination of idealism, supportive contexts, and good fortune Dr. Julian Rappaport (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), who views himself as an “insider/outsider,” whose personal and professional identity crosses traditional boundaries Dr. N. Dickon Reppucci (University of Virginia), who became a community psychologist by accident, an outgrowth of his involvement with social protest in the 1960s Dr. Marybeth Shinn (New York University), whose story reflects her interest in the social contexts of neighborhoods and community settings Dr. Edison J. Trickett (University of Illinois at Chicago), who writes of the life experiences that have influenced both his work and his longtime involvement in folk music Dr. Rhona S. Weinstein (University of California at Berkeley), whose work in the dynamics of self-fulfilling prophecies in educational settings developed early in her career Insightful commentary on their recollections is provided by two distinguished scholars—Henrika Kuklick, Science Historian at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dan McAdams, Professor of Psychology at Northwestern University. Six Community Psychologists Tell Their Stories: History, Contexts, and Narrative is a unique resource for community psychologists, autobiographical researchers, and anyone interested in the history of psychology.
The most important point is to create a universe in which the platforms that
contain pieces of the story can be used (Quoted: Granido, 2012, p. 559). So much
... According to Robert Pratten, transmedia storytelling is a chain with six
Author: Y?lmaz, Recep
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Social Science
Transmedia storytelling is defined as a process where integral elements of fiction get dispersed systematically across multiple delivery channels to create a unified and coordinated entertainment experience. This process and its narrative models have had an increasing influence on the academic world in addressing both theoretical and practical dimensions of transmedia storytelling. The Handbook of Research on Transmedia Storytelling and Narrative Strategies is a critical scholarly resource that explores the connections between consumers of media content and information parts that come from multimedia platforms, as well as the concepts of narration and narrative styles. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics such as augmented reality, digital society, and marketing strategies, this book explores narration as a method of relating to consumers. This book is ideal for advertising professionals, creative directors, academicians, scriptwriters, researchers, and upper-level graduate students seeking current research on narrative marketing strategies.
Tom Clancy. “CLANCY IS A NATURAL STORYTELLER... Rainbow Six shows
how much [he] has improved his character development. ... A leaner, meaner
novel that allows Clancy's undeniable story-telling talents to come to the fore.” —
Author: Tom Clancy
In this #1 New York Times bestselling John Clark thriller, author Tom Clancy takes readers into the shadowy world of anti-terrorism and gets closer to reality than any government would care to admit... Ex-Navy SEAL John Clark has been named the head of Rainbow, an international task force dedicated to combating terrorism. In a trial by fire, Clark is confronted with a violent chain of seemingly separate international incidents. But there is no way to predict the real threat: a group of terrorists like none the world has ever encountered, a band of men and women so extreme that their success could literally mean the end of life on earth as we know it.
No sooner does the youth conclude his tale than the barber insists on offering the
tailor and his friends a succession of stories , first one about himself , then a good
halfdozen anecdotes about his six unfortunate brothers . The tales narrated by ...
Author: David Pinault
Category: Literary Criticism
This work comprises a literary comparison of surviving alternative versions of selected narrative-cycles from the "Nights." Pinault draws on the published Arabic editions - especially Bulaq, MacNaghten, and the fourteenth-century Galland text recently edited by Mahdi - as well as unpublished Arabic manuscripts from libraries in France and North Africa. The study demonstrates that significantly different versions have survived of some of the most famous tales from the "Nights." Pinault notes how individual manuscript redactors employed - and sometimes modified - formulaic phrases and traditional narrative topoi in ways consonant with the themes emphasized in particular versions of a tale. He also examines the redactors' modification of earlier sources - Arabic chronicles and Islamic religious treatises, geographers' accounts and medieval legends - for specific narrative goals. Comparison of the narrative structure of diverse story-collection also sheds new light on the relationship of the embedded subordinate-narrative to the overarching frame-tale. All cited passages from the "Nights" and other Arabic story- collections have been fully translated into English.
Storytelling. What Makes a Story Interactive? If you were to ask a room full of
writers, game designers, and English professors for the definition of “interactive storytelling,” you'd get quite a lot of different answers. Video games would be a
popular one, but I've also heard people classify things ... CHAPTER. Six.
CHAPTER Six Defining Interactive and Player-Driven Storytelling What Makes a
Author: Josiah Lebowitz
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
What really makes a video game story interactive? What's the best way to create an interactive story? How much control should players be given? Do they really want that control in the first place? Do they even know what they want-or are their stated desires at odds with the unconscious preferences? All of these questions and more are examined in this definitive book on interactive storytelling for video games. You'll get detailed descriptions of all major types of interactive stories, case studies of popular games (including Bioshock, Fallout 3, Final Fantasy XIII, Heavy Rain, and Metal Gear Solid), and how players interact with them, and an in-depth analysis of the results of a national survey on player storytelling preferences in games. You'll get the expert advice you need to generate compelling and original game concepts and narratives.With Interactive Storytelling for Video Games, you'll:
Doris Lawson also tells this story ( in 1997 she moved from teaching all subjects
to fourth graders to teaching mathematics and social studies in Grades 6 , 7 , and
8 ) . The second part of the book examines a variety of topics : the culture of ...
Author: Michael Schiro
Oral Storytelling and Teaching Mathematics contains two case studies of teachers telling epic oral stories to teach math to elementary and middle school students. The book also includes theoretical discussions of essential elements of oral storytelling, multicultural education, how oral storytelling can help children who have difficulty learning mathematics, and mathematical problem solving. This book significantly extends two pedagogical movements that have recently influenced mathematics teaching: the use of physical manipulatives and visual imagery and the use of children's literature. It takes a giant leap in leaving behind the written word for oral language and integrating serious mathematical explorations with fantasy.
The moral lesson of Barth's 'story', or the 'counsel' that it provides, is a lesson in
the art of telling and listening to stories, one which lies beyond the categories of
novel, oral story, writer and storyteller. Somebody's six voyages are a place
Author: Areti Dragas
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Focusing on the figure of the storyteller, this study breaks new ground in the approach to reading contemporary literature by identifying a growing interest in storytelling. For the last thirty years contemporary fiction has been influenced by theoretical discourses, textuality and writing. Only since the rise of postcolonialism have academic critics been more overtly interested in stories, where high theory frameworks are less applicable. However, as we move through various contemporary contexts engaging with postcolonial identities and hybridity, to narratives of disability and evolutionary accounts of group and individual survival, a common feature of all is the centrality of story, which posits both the idea of survival and the passing on of traditions. This book closely examines this preoccupation with story and storytelling through a close reading of sixteen contemporary international novels written in English which are about actual 'storytellers', revealing how death of the author has given birth to the storyteller.
Collection of stories for teaching history in primary schools with a set of follow-up activities for each topic.
Author: Chris Smith
Publisher: Storytelling School
Collection of stories for teaching history in primary schools with a set of follow-up activities for each topic. Stories cover commonly taught topics and are designed to be learned and retold orally by students. Each story comes with engaging and inclusive ways to link that story to history teaching, English literacy skills and other subject areas. A one stop shop for primary history teaching with stories that have been tried and tested in the classroom.
36 THE CORE DOCUMENT OF LEADER BEHAVIORS AND THE COMPANY'S STORY To ensure that the Schering-Plough story in chapters would be
understood and enacted, Hassan introduced a “playbook” for action. Six or seven
Author: Janis Forman
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Storytelling can be a lifelong and life sustaining habit of mind, a personal inheritance that connects us to our communities. It can also serve as an organizational inheritance—a management tool that helps businesses to develop and thrive. For more than a decade, award-winning author Janis Forman has been helping executives to tell stories in service of their organizational objectives. In Storytelling in Business: The Authentic and Fluent Organization, she teaches readers everywhere how the craft of storytelling can help them to achieve their professional goals. Focusing on the role of storytelling at the enterprise level, this book provides a research-driven framework for engaging in organizational storytelling. Forman presents original cases from Chevron, FedEx, Phillips, and Schering-Plough. Organizations like those featured in the book can make use of storytelling for good purposes, such as making sense of their strategy, communicating it, and developing or strengthening culture and brand. These uses of storytelling generate positive consequences that can have a sustained and significant impact on an organization. While large firms employ teams of digital and communication professionals, there's much that any of us can extrapolate from their experience to create stories to further our own objectives. To show the reach of storytelling, Forman conducted 140 interviews with professionals ranging from CEOs in small and thriving firms, to corporate communication and digital media experts, to filmmakers—arguably the world experts in visual storytelling. She draws out specific lessons learned, and shows how to employ the road-tested strategies demonstrated by these leaders. Although this book focuses on storytelling in the context of business, Forman takes inspiration from narratives in literature and film, philosophical and social thought, and relevant concepts from a variety of other disciplines to instruct the reader on how to develop truly authentic and meaningful tales to drive success. A final chapter brings readers back to square one: the development of their own "signature story." This book is a pioneering work that guides us beyond the pressure and noise of daily organizational life to influence people in a sustained, powerful way. It teaches us to be fluent storytellers who succeed by mastering this vital skill.
Using Storytelling, Creative Drama, and Reader's Theater with Children in
Grades PreK-6 Judy Freeman ... Retelling: After reading or telling a story aloud,
have your listeners put the whole story back together again. Retell it, round robin,
Author: Judy Freeman
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Offers activities, strategies, and creative ideas for using nonsense rhymes, songs, chants, and folk literature to promote thinking, reading, and listening skills in young learners.
This context is constituted both by Aristotelian narrative techniques in classic storytelling and by mimetic realism of the early films of African cinema. The
second part, entitled 'counterplot', examines six ways Bekoloian storytelling deals
Author: Lina Khatib
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Storytelling in World Cinemas, Vol. 1: Forms is an innovative collection of essays that discuss how different cinemas of the world tell stories. The book locates European, Asian, African, and Latin American films within their wider cultural and artistic frameworks, showing how storytelling forms in cinema are infused with influences from other artistic, literary, and oral traditions. This volume also reconsiders cinematic storytelling in general, highlighting the hybridity of 'national' forms of storytelling, calling for a rethinking of African cinematic storytelling that goes beyond oral traditions, and addressing films characterised by 'non-narration'. This study is the first in a two-volume project, with the second focusing on the contexts of cinematic storytelling.
If you liked Story Engineering, I suspect you're going to love Story Physics, which dives even deeper into the essence of story. Story Physics is an essential addition to every novelist's bookshelf.
Author: Larry Brooks
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Learn how to make your story soar! In the physical world, gravity, force, and other elements of physics govern your abilities and can be utilized to enhance your every movement. In the world of writing, story physics can be harnessed in much the same way to make your novel or screenplay the best it can be. In Story Physics, best-selling author Larry Brooks introduces you to six key literary forces that, when leveraged in just the right way, enable you to craft a story that's primed for success--and publication. Inside Story Physics, you'll learn how to: • Understand and harness the six storytelling forces that are constantly at work in your fiction. • Transform your story idea into a dramatically compelling concept. • Optimize the choices you make in terms of character, conflict, subplot, subtext, and more to render the best possible outcome. These literary forces will elevate your story above the competition and help you avoid the rejection pile. With Story Physics, you won't just give your story wings--you'll teach it how to fly. "Larry Brooks speaks my kind of language about story. Any writer, even those trucking in the world of nonfiction, will benefit from going deeper into the physics of storytelling as Brooks explains in these pages." - James Scott Bell, best-selling author of Plot & Structure "Larry Brooks has done it again! If you liked Story Engineering, I suspect you're going to love Story Physics, which dives even deeper into the essence of story. Story Physics is an essential addition to every novelist's bookshelf." - Randy Ingermanson, author of Writing Fiction for Dummies
In a storv that traces its roots to North Carolina Tuscarora story - telling we hear of
a Tuscarora that called to the Fire Lion for help . He was extremely fearful of the
Fire Lion , so what induced him to beseech a thing that he feared the most ?
Author: Ted C. Williams
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Big Medicine from Six Nations is a series of reminiscences and essays by the late Ted Williams, on the themes of "Medicine" (physical/spiritual/psychic healing). Williams intertwines the lore and lifeways of his Tuscarora upbringing, illustrating the dynamic encounter of tradition and innovation at the heart of contemporary Haudenosaunee culture. At the same time, Williams writes with an irreverence, irony, and good humor unmistakably his own.Colored by Ted's wry and irreverent wit, Big Medicine from Six Nations amply fulfills the promise of its title. It offers a fascinating view, not only of herbal medicine, but of prayers, omens, feasts, vision quests, sweat lodges, spirits, humor, and the sacred teachings of the Great Law of the Great Peace. But readers will find that there is more to this book, about the "spiritual mechanics" of humankind writ large.
Saxon Holt. PhotoBotanic Garden Photography Workshop Series One GOOD
GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY Lesson 6 Telling Stories SAXON HOLT Copyright Telling Stories By Saxon Holt. Part six of the. Title.
Author: Saxon Holt
Publisher: PhotoBotanic Press
Telling Stories is the sixth and final lesson in the GOOD GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY series, a survey of the various elements any landscape photographer must consider when capturing an image artfully to tell the story of what he or she sees. We started this series with good composition—filling the entire frame with just those elements that bring balance to a photo. We talked about light, and about paying homage to what you see in a garden. This lesson explores how to tell that story, and really communicate what you saw.
English, however, is the language used in storytelling since it is understood by all
residents. Tales in this collection were recorded in English and the Mohawk
words in the tales were used by the story-tellers. Six of the eight informants were
Author: Rona Rustige
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Social Science
Tyendinaga Tales is a collection of previously unrecorded Mohawk folktales gathered from residents of the Tyendinaga Indian Reserve near Bellville, Ontario. The folktales are told infrequently on the reserve and are in danger of disappearing completely. The stories are accompanied by pen and ink illustrations, the work of Jeri Maracle Van Der Vlag, a Mohawk from Tyendinaga.
ONCE UPON A TIME Telling a Bible Story And great multitudes were gathered
together unto Him, so that He went into a ship, and sat ... Matthew 13.2-3 KJV A
Talk with the Children People like to tell stories, and everybody likes to hear stories.
7th International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2014,
Singapore, Singapore, November 3-6, 2014, Proceedings Alex Mitchell, Clara
Fernández-Vara, David Thue. Interactive Storytelling in a Mixed Reality
Author: Alex Mitchell
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Interactive Storytelling, ICIDS 2014, Singapore, Singapore, November 2014. The 20 revised full papers presented together with 8 short papers 7 posters, and 5 demonstration papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 67 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on story generation, authoring, evaluation and analysis, theory, retrospectives, and user experience.
A Guide to Creative Nonprofit Fundraising Cheryl A. Clarke. CONTENTS
Examples ix Foreword xi Preface xv Acknowledgments xix The Author xxi
Introduction: Why Storytelling? 1 ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN
EIGHT First Steps: ...
Author: Cheryl A. Clarke
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Grantwriters often have little or no training in the practical task of grantseeking. Many feel intimidated by the act of writing, and some don't enjoy writing. In Storytelling for Grantseekers, Second Edition, Cheryl Clarke presents an organic approach to grantseeking, one that views the process through the lens of the pleasures and rewards of crafting a good story. Grantseekers who approach the process as one in which they are connecting with an audience (grantmakers) and writing a narrative (complete with settings, characters, antagonists and resolutions) find greater success with funders. The writing process becomes a rewarding way to tell the organization's tale, rather than a chore, and their passion and creativity lead to winning proposals. This book walks readers through all the main phases of the proposal, highlighting the creative elements that link components to each other and unify the entire proposal. The book contains resources on crafting an effective synopsis, overcoming grantwriter's block, packaging the story, and the best ways to approach the "short stories" (inquiry and cover letters) that support the larger proposal. Clarke also stresses the need to see proposal-writing as part of a larger grantseeking effort, one that emphasizes preparation, working with the entire development staff, and maintaining good relations with funders. In Storytelling for Grantseekers, new and experienced grantseekers alike will discover how to write and support successful proposals with humor and passion. New edition features: Overall updates as well as both refreshed and new examples Workshop exercises for using the storytelling approach New chapters on the application of the storytelling method to other fundraising communications like appeal letters and case statements, as well as the importance of site visits Example of a full narrative proposal
Conflict is what your main character is trying to overcome in the story. In storytelling, there are six types of conflicts you can center your story around, and I
cover them all in this chap- ter. Although conflict is more of a writing or storytelling
Author: Ross Hockrow
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Most video and film editors understand that the story is central to their work and that editing choices need to serve the telling of that story in the best way possible. What they may not know, however, are all the valuable techniques to making this craft appear seamless and part of the busy editor’s normal workflow. This book takes an approach to editing that both beginners and intermediate editors will find refreshing. While other books approach the topic of editing by teaching the functions of the editing software, this book explains how you can make smart choices and use those functions to affect the story. In the book you’ll learn workflow tips, time saving techniques, linear and non-linear theory, cutting techniques, enhancing emotion through music and sound effects, leveling and mastering audio, color correction, and most importantly, the role editing can have on the telling of the story. Additional techniques are shown through multiple step-by-step videos available on the author’s site as well as clips from a documentary the author created on editing.
Author: Francis Bicknell CarpenterPublish On: 2008-11-01
I have elsewhere intimated that Mr. Lincoln was capable of much dramatic power.
It is true this was never exhibited in his public life, or addresses, but it was shown
in his keen appreciation of Shake speare, and unrivalled faculty of story-telling.
Author: Francis Bicknell Carpenter
Publisher: Applewood Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This memoir describes artist Francis Bicknell Carpenter's six month residence in the Lincoln White House and the resulting work, ""First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation."" The painting hangs today in the U.S. Capitol over the west staircase in the Senate wing.