2003．第18卷第2期（Vol. 18 No. 2）．pp. 93109
A University’s Stories About Teaching and Learning During SARS: The Narrative Psychology Perspective
David W. CHAN（陳維鄂）
Seven stories about a university's coping with teaching and learning during the outbreak of SARS in Hong Kong were read and interpreted from a narrative psychology perspective. Specifically, narrative analysis of the seven stories was preceded by reviewing the background of the stories, the origin of narrative psychology, the nature of narrative research, and the typical frameworks for narrative analysis. Each story was then read and interpreted in light of its externalized problem, unique outcomes, and the dual landscapes of action and consciousness using the White-Epston narrative therapy approach. The view of reading and interpreting stories from multiple perspectives and retelling stories that are built on strengths is emphasized.
Keywords: narrative analysis; SARS stories; Hong Kong