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C) Three-Fold Mimesis (Micro System) Considering the minutiae of the text by following Ricoeur’s system of threefold mimesis: (i) Pre-configuration How might the narrative have been influenced or shaped by previous texts or narrative identities? (ii) Configuration How has the narrative been emploted and what effect does this have in terms of time and identity? (iii) Re-configuration How has (or would) this narrative be read and re-distributed? (D) Narrative Identity (Macro System) (i) How are identities, both individual and collective, being formed within the narrative?

However what appears to fuel this event are also issues of race, culture and sexuality all of which gather to influence how Stuart experiences being treated as a man, manager, mentor and colleague. The interview began by prompting Stuart to tell me about his most influential teacher. Stuart introduced his ideal teacher, aptly named Mr. Meek. This name alone appears to be significant since a good deal of what Stuart reports throughout the interview rests on the notion of what role meekness, which he describes as a ‘humbled type of masculinity’, might have in teaching.

In the proceeding analysis we can observe if the use of multiple types and tropes as a method of conceptualising the difficulties present within an event can be generalised as a feature of other interviews. Story 2: Fear and Reflection Tom Due to ongoing discussions regarding partnership agreements I had been able to visit Tom’s workplace a number of times. Tom works as a joinery teacher in a TAFE college situated in the south of Brisbane. The college had been refurbished and regenerated as part of an on-going improvement initiative across the state and exuded a shiny newness in the hot sunny Queensland summer, a stark contrast to the snowy chill of the colleges I had been working with in London.

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