Elliot G. Mishler

Elliot G. Mishler is Professor of Social Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

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Cover: Storylines: Craftartists' Narratives of IdentityStorylines: Craftartists' Narratives of IdentityMishler, Elliot G.PAPERBACK09/01/2004$34.50
Cover: Writings for a Liberation PsychologyWritings for a Liberation PsychologyMartín-Baró, Ignacio
Aron, Adrianne
Corne, Shawn
Cover: Research Interviewing: Context and NarrativeResearch Interviewing: Context and NarrativeMishler, Elliot G.PAPERBACK04/01/1991$37.00
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