Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on Composing a life involves a continual reimagining of the future and reinterpretation....
" Composing a life involves a continual reimagining of the future and reinterpretation of the past to give meaning to the present. "
When Faster Harder Smarter Is Not Enough - Page 12
by Kathryn D. Cramer - 2002 - 258 pages
Limited preview - About this book

You Can Go Home Again: Reconnecting with Your Family

Monica McGoldrick - Family & Relationships - 1997 - 336 pages
...time, it's a little uncomfortable. Let's bear the discomfort. It's worth it. — Paul Robeson, Jr. Composing a life involves a continual reimagining...reinterpretation of the past to give meaning to the present. . . . Storytelling is fundamental to the human search for meaning. . . . Each [of us] is involved in...
Limited preview - About this book

Revising Herself : Women's Identity from College to Midlife: Women's ...

Ruthellen Josselson Professor of Psychology Towson State University - History - 1996 - 320 pages
...Composing a Life (1989), says that "composing a life involves a continual reimagining of the future and a reinterpretation of the past to give meaning to the present, remembering best those events that prefigued what followed, forgetting those that proved to have no meaning within the narrative" (p....
Limited preview - About this book

Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet ...

Gary K. Bertsch, Suzette Grillot, Suzette R. Grillot - History - 1998 - 239 pages
...respective cultural/national group vulnerahilities and dilemmas. Mary Catherine Bateson (1987, p. 29) says, "Composing a life involves a continual reimagining...reinterpretation of the past to give meaning to the present." I must admit that I have always found safety and solace in my professional life. When I began this...
Limited preview - About this book

Composing a Life

Mary Catherine Bateson - Social Science - 2001 - 241 pages
...goal, for there is no way to know which fragments of the past will prove to be relevant in the future. Composing a life involves a continual reimagining of the future and reinterpretation of tl ° past to give meaning to the present, remembering best those events that prefigured what followed,...
Limited preview - About this book

The Mary Magdalene Tradition: Witness and Counter-witness in Early Christian ...

Holly E. Hearon - Religion - 2004 - 236 pages
...Church are not static. To the contrary, the Church in every age is engaged in a process that requires "continual reimagining of the future and reinterpretation...remembering best those events that prefigured what followed. . . ." w This study is dedicated to the task of demonstrating how the Magdalene stories represent some...
Limited preview - About this book

Counselling and the Life Course

Léonie Sugarman - Psychology - 2004 - 130 pages
...it can be seen that a narrative fulfils each of the key criteria. Taking a life course perspective 'Composing a life involves a continual reimagining...reinterpretation of the past to give meaning to the present'. (Mary Catherine Bateson, 1990) To take a life course perspective involves implicitly or explicitly...
Limited preview - About this book

Everyone Is NOT Doing It: Abstinence and Personal Identity

Jamie L. Mullaney - Social Science - 2006 - 223 pages
...management (Goffman 1959), as well as a picking and choosing from an array of events. As Bateson suggests, "composing a life involves a continual reimagining...that proved to have no meaning within the narrative" (1989, 29-30). Despite this retrospective bias, the narrative event carries the advantage of allowing...
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search