Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication

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Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication. / Rebecca Campbell; Alicia Fuentes-Calle.

In: Narrative Inquiry, 2020.

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Rebecca Campbell & Alicia Fuentes-Calle 2020, 'Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication', Narrative Inquiry.

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Rebecca Campbell, & Alicia Fuentes-Calle (2020). Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication. Unpublished.

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Rebecca Campbell, Alicia Fuentes-Calle. Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication. Narrative Inquiry. 2020.

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Rebecca Campbell ; Alicia Fuentes-Calle. / Small stories with big implications: identity, relationality and aesthetics in accounts of enigmatic communication. In: Narrative Inquiry. 2020.

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