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Unformatted text preview: o Idealized The Family Idealized Claims to Realism Takes on factual quality despite awareness of selectivity Lack of style Lack of author Photo albums as narratives of relationships Peopled o Self less than others o Self with others o Place as marker of relationships Narrative of relationships Complexity of albums in narrative of relationships Photo album as social product Individual possession but not individual product o Conventions of photography o Commercial photography o Albums produced by others From literary to sociological analysis Autobiographical occasions Socially structured occasions in which we are asked to produce accounts of ourselves Variety of forms and purposes o Issues for narrator o Issues for audience...
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