This essay offers two readings of its title. One takes the words understanding, narrative, and hermeneutics as nouns that stand for different though interrelated notions; the other proposes an understanding of hermeneutics as an approach to human reality in which narrative plays a crucial role. The first reading could be said to be concerned with three distinct notions and their overlap and.
Georgakopoulou's revision of the criteria for what counts as narrative has now been accepted by numerous studies. Her more recent focus on studying the relationships between the sociolinguistics of everyday narratives and the new forms of media used for communication (e.g. SMS, Facebook, Twitter) is widely accepted as path-breaking, and is now being pursued by other prominent researchers. Thus.