|Titre :||Substance Use and Misuse, Vol.48, n°13 - 2013 - Narrative methods in understanding the use and misuse of alcohol and drugs|
|Auteurs :||S. LARSSON, Éditeur scientifique ; J. LILJA, Éditeur scientifique ; Y. SJÖBLOM, Éditeur scientifique|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||01/11/2013|
|Année de publication :||2013|
|Discipline :||PSY (Psychopathologie / Psychopathology)|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEMETHODE ; RECHERCHE ; DEPENDANCE ; PSYCHOLOGIE ; SOCIOLOGIE ; THEORIE ; DEFINITION ; DISCOURS
This issue examines definitions, theoretical and methodological arguments, and the application of narrative methods used in the analysis of substance use-related dependency. Three main theoretical and methodological positions are considered in order to discuss how narrative methods can be used in understanding substance use-related dependency:
* The first of these positions is a psychology-based approach including humanistic and psychodynamic perspectives dealing with both conscious and submerged or hidden stories [...].
* A second position represents a more sociological-based approach grounded in social constructivism and postmodernism [...].
* A third position is based on a social work approach, which explores different ways of using narrative analysis [...].
There is no absolute difference between the three positions listed above. However, it is meaningful, at least for pedagogical purposes, to distinguish between these traditions.
On the one hand, they are inspired by narrative theory and method in pretty much similar ways. On the other hand, they have developed and used narrative theory and methods based on their specific traditions and disciplines.
The issue's sources cover relevant scientific articles and textbooks written by influential psychology-based, sociology-based, and social work inspired narrative researchers. Narrative method's relevance, implications, limitations, and unresolved critical issues in understanding substance use-related dependency problems are discussed in particular from psychological and social work perspectives. [Extract of chapter 1]
|Note de contenu :||
- Chapter 1. Introduction: Using narrative research methods for the analysis of use and misuse of alcohol and drugs. Larsson S., Lilja J., von Braun T., Sjöblom Y., p. 1286-1293.
- Chapter 2. General theoretical perspectives of narrative analysis of substance use-related dependency. Larsson S., Lilja J., von Braun T., Sjöblom Y., p. 1294-1305.
- Chapter 3. A multidimensional model for narrative analysis of substance use-related dependency. Larsson S., von Braun T., Lilja J., p. 1306-1316.
- Chapter 4. A Self-theoretical Perspective on the Use-Misuse of Alcohol and Drugs Based on Qualitative and Narrative Data. Larsson S., von Braun T., Lilja J., Sjöblom Y., Hamilton D., p. 1317-1335.
- Chapter 5. Russian media narratives about young drug users. Lilja M., p. 1336-1349.
- Chapter 6. The new story: on the possibility of liberating oneself from the drug self. Borjeson B., p. 1350-1359.
- Chapter 7. Narrative stories and discourses in an interview with a former amphetamine user. Lilja M., p. 1360-1368.
- Chapter 8. An Indigenous Narrative of Resilience: Malama ko Aloha. Johnson J.L., Beamer K., p. 1369-1376.
- Chapter 9. Drug user researchers as autoethnographers: "doing reflexivity" with women drug users. Ettorre E., p. 1377-1385.
- Chapter 10. Perspectives on treatment, alliance and narratives concerning substance use-related dependency. von Braun T., Larsson S., Sjöblom Y., p. 1386-1403.
- Chapter 11. Narratives of clients' experiences of drug use and treatment of substance use-related dependency. von Braun T., Larsson S., Sjöblom Y., p. 1404-1415.
- Chapter 12. Therapists' narratives of therapeutic relationships in the treatment of drug-dependent patients. Braun T., p. 1416-1433.
- Chapter 13. Using narrative therapy with native american recreational tobacco users. Haring R.C., p. 1434-1437.
- Chapter 14. Discussion about narrative methods as a strategy for investigating and understanding the use and misuse of alcohol and drugs. Lilja J., Larsson S., von Braun T., Sjöblom Y., p. 1438-1446.
|Domaine :||Alcool / Alcohol ; Drogues illicites / Illicit drugs|
|Sous-type de document :||N° spécial de revue / Special issue of a journal|