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    Towards a Revised Theory of Collective Learning Processes: Argumentation, Narrative and the Making of the Social Bond.Klaus Eder, Marcos Engelken Jorge & Bernhard Forchtner - 2020 - European Journal of Social Theory 23 (2):200-218.
    Societies change; and sociology has, since its inception, described and evaluated these changes. This article proposes a revised theory of collective learning processes, a conceptual framework which addresses ways in which people make sense of and cope with change. Drawing on Habermas’ classic proposal, but shifting the focus from argumentation towards storytelling, it explains how certain articulations allow for collective learning processes, while others block learning processes. More specifically, the article points to narrative genres which organize feelings and shape the (...)
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    Critique, Habermas and Narrative (Genre): The Discourse-Historical Approach in Critical Discourse Studies.Bernhard Forchtner - forthcoming - Tandf: Critical Discourse Studies:1-18.
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    Critique, Habermas and Narrative (Genre): The Discourse-Historical Approach in Critical Discourse Studies.Bernhard Forchtner - 2021 - Critical Discourse Studies 18 (3):314-331.
    ABSTRACT Narratives are everywhere. We tell narratives about ourselves and we make the world meaningful through storytelling. We position others through the narratives we tell and are positioned by stories told about us. And yet, while narratives have, of course, been analysed in critical discourse studies, including in one of its most popular approaches, the discourse-historical approach, this article proposes to go a step further by systematically integrating the concept of narrative into the core of the DHA. More specifically, I (...)
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    Introducing ‘Narrative in Critical Discourse Studies’.Bernhard Forchtner - 2021 - Critical Discourse Studies 18 (3):304-313.
    ABSTRACT Given that narratives are everywhere, this special issue aims to contribute to the field of Critical Discourse Studies by considering the concept of narrative and showcasing some of its uses in CDS, arguing for its prominent consideration within conceptual architectures in CDS, and illustrating emancipatory potentials of the narrative form in line with CDS’ critical impetus. Indeed, while CDS has long analysed stories, the concept of narrative is employed in a variety of ways, at times lacking a clear definition (...)
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