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References on Narratives: Learning to Listen, Helping to Tell
Connect Conference, London, UK
January 30, 31, 2002

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Dickinson, D. & McCabe, A. (1991) Teacher agenda and setting: constraints on conversation in preschools.  In A. McCabe & C. Peterson (Eds.), Developing narrative structure. (pp. 255-302). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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Grove, N., Dockrell, J. & Woll, B.  (1996) The two-word stage in manual signs: Word order and gestural morphology in signers with learning disabilities. In S. von Tetzchner & M. Hygum Jensen (Eds.) European Perspectives on Augmentative & Alternative Communication, (pp. 101-118). London: Whurr Publishers.

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Grove, N. & Park, K. (2001) Developing social cognition through literature for people with learning disabilities: Macbeth in Mind.  London: Jessica Kingsley

Grove, N. & Tucker, S. (in preparation). Narratives in manual sign by children with intellectual impairments.  In S. Tetzchner & N. Grove (Eds.) Developmental perspectives in augmentative and alternative communication. Whurr.  

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Hewitt, L. & Duchan, J. (1995). Subjectivity in children's fictional narratives, Topics in Language Disorders, 15, 1-15.

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Hyden, L. (1997) Illness and narrative. Sociology of Health and Illness, 48-69.

Jacyna, L.S. (2000) Narratives of language and the brain, 1825-1926.  Princeton University Press.

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Josselson,R. & Lieblich,A. (Eds.) (1995). Interpreting experience: The narrative study of lives. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.Husain, F. (1997) Life story work for people with learning disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25, 73-76.

Kaderavek, J. & Sulzby, E. (2000). Narrative production by children with and without specific language impairment: Oral narratives and emergent readings.  Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 43, 1, 34-49.

Kathard,H. (2001) Life history narratives in stuttering research. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 36, 52-57.

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Lieblich, A., Tuval-Mashiach, R., Zilber, T. (1998). Narrative research: Reading, analysis, and interpretation  (Applied Social Research Methods (Paper), Vol 47), Sage.

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Light, J., Binger, C. & Kelford-Smith, A. (1994) The story reading interactions of preschoolers who use AAC and their mothers.  Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 9, 10-25. 

Liles, B.(1993). Narrative discourse in children with language disorders and children with normal language: A critical review of the literature. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36, 868-882.

Liles, B., Duffy, R., Merritt, D. & Purcell, S. (1995). Measurement of narrative discourse ability in children with language disorders. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 38, 415-425.

Loveland, K.A., McEvoy, R.E., Tunali, B. & Kelley, M.L. (1990). Narrative story telling in autism and Down's syndrome. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 8, 9-23.

Loveland, K.A., & Tunali, B. (1993). Narrative language in autism and the theory of mind hypothesis: A wider perspective. In S. Baron-Cohen, H. Tager-Flusberg, & D. Cohen (Eds.), Understanding other minds: Perspectives from autism (pp. 247-266). Oxford: Oxford Medical Publications.

McCabe, A. (1996). Chameleon readers:  Some problems that cultural differences in narrative structure pose for mult9icultural literacy problems.  NY: McGraw Hill.

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McCabe, A., & Peterson, C. (1991). Getting the story: A longitudinal study of parental styles in eliciting narratives and developing narrative skill. In A. McCabe & C. Peterson (Eds.), Developing narrative structure. (pp. 217-253).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

McCabe, A. & Peterson, C. (1990). What makes a narrative memorable? Applied Psycholinguistics, 8, 73-82.

McCabe, A., & Rollins, P. (1994). Assessment of preschool narrative skills: Prerequisite for literacy.  American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology, 4, 45-56.

McEwan, H. & Egan, K. (1995). Narrative in teaching, learning and research.  NY: Teachers College Press, Columbia University.

McNamee, G. (1979) Social interaction origin of narrative skills.  Quarterly Newsletter of the Laboratory in Comparative Human Cognition, 1, 63-68.

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Miller, P., & Sperry, L. (1988). Early talk about the past: the origins of conversational stories of personal experience. Journal of Child Language, 15, 293-315.

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Paley, V. (2001). In Mrs. Tully's room.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

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Park, K.  (1998) Theory of mind and drama games.  The SLD Experience, 22, 2-5.

Park, K.  (1999) Storytelling with people with sensory Impairments and additional disabilities.  The SLD Experience, 23, 17-21.

Park, K.  (1999). Riverrun and pricking thumbs. The SLD Experience, 25, 11-13.

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Park, K.  (2000). The Resonance Board. The SLD Experience, 26, 24-26.

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Park, K. (2001). Oliver Twist: An exploration of interactive storytelling and object use in communication.  British Journal of Special Education, 28, 1, 18-23.

Park, K. (2001) Interactive storytelling for deafblind children.  Deafblind Perspectives www.tr.wou.edu/tr/dbp

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Peterson, C., Jesso, B., McCabe, A. (1999). Encouraging narratives in preschoolers: An intervention study. Journal of Child Language, 26, 49-67.

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