Representative Publications on Narrative from UCSC Faculty and Students

Ben Hagai, E., Hammack, P. L., Pilecki, A., & Aresta, C. (2013). Shifting away from a monolithic narrative on conflict: Israelis, Palestinians, and Americans in conversation. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 19(3), 295-310.

Callanan, M., Siegel, D., & Luce, M. (2007). Conventionality in family conversations about everyday objects. In C. Kalish & M. Sabbagh (Eds.), Conventionality in cognitive development: How children acquire shared representations in language, thought, and action (pp. 83-97). New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development, 115. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Coppens, A. D., Silva, K. G., Ruvalcaba, O., Alcalá, L., López, A., & Rogoff, B. (2014). Learning by observing and pitching in: Benefits and processes of expanding repertoires. Human Development, 57(2-3), 150-161.

Dutt, A., & Grabe, S. (2014). Lifetime activism, marginality, and psychology: Narratives of lifelong feminist activists committed to social change. Qualitative Psychology, 1(2), 107-122.

Grabe, S., & Dutt, A. (2015). Counter narratives, the psychology of liberation, and the evolution of a women’s social movement in Nicaragua. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 21(1), 89-105.

Hammack, P.L. (2008). Narrative and the cultural psychology of identity. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 12(3), 222-247.

Hammack, P.L. (2011). Narrative and the politics of identity: The cultural psychology of Israeli and Palestinian youth. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hammack, P.L., & Pilecki, A. (2012). Narrative as a root metaphor for political psychology. Political Psychology, 33(1), 75-103.

Kerrick, M.R., & Thorne, A. (2014). ‘‘So it’s like, do you like Jeff a lot or, I mean . . . ’’ : How women friends interactionally position personal identity while conversing about desire. Emerging Adulthood, 4, 294-303.

McLean, K.C. (2005). Late adolescent identity development: Narrative meaning making and memory telling. Developmental Psychology, 41(4), 683-691.

McLean, K.C., Pasupathi, M., & Pals, J.L. (2007). Selves creating stories creating selves: A process model of self-development. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 11(3), 262-278.

Nelson, P. A., & Thorne, A. (2012). Personality and metaphor use: How extraverted and introverted young adults experience becoming friends. European Journal of Personality26(6), 600-612.

Sarbin, T. R. (Ed.). (1986). Narrative psychology: The storied nature of human conduct. New York: Praeger.

Syed, M., & Azmitia, M. (2008). A narrative approach to ethnic identity in emerging adulthood: Bringing life to the identity status model. Developmental Psychology, 44(4), 1012-1027.

Syed, M., & Azmitia, M. (2010). Narrative and ethnic identity exploration: A longitudinal account of emerging adults’ ethnicity-related experiences. Developmental Psychology, 46(1), 208-219.

Thomas, V., & Azmitia, M. (2014). Does class matter? The centrality and meaning of social class identity in emerging adulthood. Identity14(3), 195-213.

Thorne, A. (2000). Personal memory telling and personality development. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 4(1), 45-56.

Thorne, A., & McLean, K.C. (2003). Telling traumatic events in adolescence: A study of master narrative positioning. In R. Fivush & C. Haden (Eds.), Autobiographical memory and the construction of a narrative self (pp. 169-185). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Thorne, A., Korobov, N., & Morgan, E.M. (2007). Channeling identity: A study of storytelling in conversations between introverted and extraverted friends. Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 1008-1031.

Toolis, E. E., & Hammack, P.L. (2015). The lived experience of homeless youth: A narrative approach. Qualitative Psychology, 2(1), 50-68.

Toolis, E. E., & Hammack, P.L. (In press). “This is my community”: Reproducing and resisting boundaries of exclusion in contested public spaces. American Journal of Community Psychology.

Solis, J., Fernández, J., & Alcala, L. (2013). Mexican immigrant children and youth’s contributions to a community centro: Exploring civic engagement and citizen constructions. In S. K. Nenga & J. Taft (Eds.) Youth engagement: The civic-political lives of children and youth, (pp. 177-200). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

White, A. M. (2006). African American feminist masculinities: Personal narratives of redemption, contamination, and peak turning points. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 46(3), 255-280.

White, A. M., & Dotson, W. (2010). “It takes a village to raise a researcher”: Narrative interviewing as intervention, reconciliation, and growth. Journal of Black Psychology, 36(1), 75-97.