Gabriele Rosenthal

Gabriele Rosenthal (born 19 April 1954 in Schwenningen am Neckar, Germany) is a German sociologist and head of Department for Qualitative Methods of the Center for Methods in Social Sciences (''[ Methodenzentrum Sozialwissenschaften]'') of the University of Göttingen, Germany. Rosenthal is recognized for the introduction of the method of biographical case reconstruction using biographical narrative interviews (Fritz Schütze). She is known for systemizing the influences of the Gestalt theory (Aron Gurwitsch and Kurt Koffka), the sociology of knowledge (Karl Mannheim, Alfred Schütz, Thomas Luckmann and Peter L. Berger), and the sociology of figurations and processes (Norbert Elias) to explain the interrelationship between experience, memory and narrative, as well as how social figurations intertwine with individual biographies. Provided by Wikipedia
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Participants: Bogner, Artur, [ VerfasserIn ]; Rosenthal, Gabriele, [ TeilnehmendeR ]; Schubert, Ruth, [ TeilnehmendeR ]
Published: 2020.
Superior document: Göttingen Series in Sociological Biographical Research ; Volume 2
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