Stories Told and Lessons Learned: meeting beliefs, values and community through narrative and dialogue
This article presents the findings of case-study research carried out to explore the development of narrative skills in a small group of three young girls. Having met regularly with Juni, Navdip and Nazia over the course of a year this article reflects on how the girls' narrative skills developed and how this process enabled them to speak about their lives, beliefs, values and experiences in their own faith communities. Empirically grounded, the article will explore the nature of the narrative process and how this can be employed by practitioners as a way of facilitating the development of the whole child, in particular their spiritual and moral growth.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Research Fellow, The Children and WorldViews Project, University College Chichester, College Lane, Chichester, West Sussex. PO19 4PE. UK
Publication date: October 1, 2000