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    "[Engaging Art: Essays and Interviews from Around the Globe is a] collection of astonishing scope, Roslyn Bernstein delves into archives, exhibits, the built environment, and the lively characters who create them. She keenly engages the creativity that enriches, probes, and inspires the world."

    - Alisa Solomon, Columbia University, USA

Making Sense of Stories: An Inquirer's Compendium

This book is an essential companion to The Story Cookbook, and provides a compendium of the varied and different ways stories can be analysed in research and inquiry. Drawing from a range of disciplines such as psychology, sociology and literature studies, this book is an invaluable guide for the researcher, consultant or professional keen to use storytelling as inquiry. Created itself as an iterative action inquiry, and sourced from an international assembly of contributors, the 29 chapters provide an array of ways to analyse stories including juxtaposition, circumambulation, strengths-analysis, grounded theory and thematic analysis approaches. Because of the detail in illuminating each analytical method, this book provides a rich diverse and valuable resource for making sense of stories.

Geof Hill, PhD, EdD, SFHEA, is a Management Consultant. His training in the 1980s as a Work Study Analyst provided the foundation for later consultancies supporting and advocating professional practice change in business, health, education and mining. Concurrent with his consultancy he has held academic positions, including as the Coordinator of Research Supervision Professional Development at Queensland University of Technology, Australia, and as Reader in Education at Birmingham City University, UK, where he introduced a community of practice agenda around research supervision professional development. He uses stories extensively in his work with academics.

Andrew Rixon, PhD, DTM, is an internationally experienced consultant, coach and educator with a particular interest and passion for innovation, leadership and change. He is the co-editor of The Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change (2019). With significant educator experience across Australian business schools including the University of Melbourne, Monash University, and James Cook University, he is currently a Faculty Member at Swinburne Business School.

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