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Hermeneutic Phenomenological Research

Author : Marlene Zichi Cohen
ISBN : 0761917209
Genre : Medical
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Phenomenological research is a popular method in nursing research. This book introduces hermeneutic phenomenology: the study of how people interpret their lives and derive meaning from their experiences. It includes discussions on site-access, preparation, proposal-writing, ethical issues, data collections, bias reduction, data analysis and research publication.
Category: Medical

Doing Hermeneutic Phenomenological Research

Author : Lesley Dibley
ISBN : 9781529738452
Genre : Social Science
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This practical guide offers an approachable introduction to doing hermeneutic phenomenological research across the health and social sciences. Grounded in real world research, it integrates philosophy, methodology and method in accessible ways, helping you realize the potential of using phenomenology to guide research. The book maps the complete research process and shows how to apply key philosophical tenets to your project, demonstrating the close relationship between philosophy and research practice. It: Shows step-by-step how to translate philosophy into research methodology and turn methodology into robust research design Focuses on applied practice, illustrating theoretical discussions with examples and case studies Promotes advanced thinking about hermeneutic phenomenology in an easy to understand way Highlights the need for researchers to engage reflexively with the whole research process.
Category: Social Science

Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of Philanthropian Leadership

Author : Lisa Barrow
ISBN : 9781581122374
Genre : Business & Economics
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This hermeneutic phenomenological study explored leadership by means of accessing the lived experiences of leaders perceived as being philanthropian in bureaucratic, mechanistic organizations in Canada and the United States. Philanthropian leaders display the following characteristics: (a) love, (b) compassion, (c) caring, (d) altruism and (e) perceptive listening. The selection process relied on the criterion and snowball sampling techniques as means for choosing thirty participants for the in-depth interviews. After the transcription of the interviews, an analysis of the data occurred using Atlas.ti, a software program. Three themes emerged. These themes centered on the leaders' mindsets, leadership tools and the emergence of the philanthropian leadership phenomenon. The implication was that employees responded positively to attitudes and behaviors of leaders who acknowledged and emphasized the value of employees.
Category: Business & Economics

Hermeneutic Phenomenology In Education

Author : Norm Friesen
ISBN : 9789460918346
Genre : Education
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Hermeneutic phenomenology is a combination of theory, reflection and practice that interweaves vivid descriptions of lived experience (phenomenology) together with reflective interpretations of their meanings (hermeneutics). This method is popular among researchers in education, nursing and other caring and nurturing practices and professions. Practical and adaptable, it can be at the same time poetic and evocative. As this collection shows, hermeneutic phenomenology gives voice to everyday aspects of educational practice –particularly emotional, embodied and empathic moments– that may be all too easily overlooked in other research approaches. By explicating, illustrating and demonstrating hermeneutic phenomenology as a method for research in education specifically, this book offers an excellent resource for beginning as well as more advanced researchers.
Category: Education

What Keeps Nurses In Nursing

Author : Dorothy J. Dunn
ISBN : OCLC:664125857
Genre : Medical personnel
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The purpose of this study was to explore what keeps nurses in nursing by examining the impact of the relational experiences between the nurse and her or his patient in the context of the nursing situation. Heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenology grounded the study and was the method used to interpret the registered nurse participants' meaning of their everydayness. The nurses' first hand perspectives elicited implications for nursing practice. This qualitative research study examined what keeps nurses in nursing. The eight registered nurse participants provided rich descriptive data from which four relational themes emerged: Practicing from Inner Core Beliefs, Understanding the Other from Within, Making a Difference, and Nursing as an Evolving Process. The hermeneutical interpretative process guided the researcher to synthesize the themes into a constitutive pattern of meaning which the researcher named Intentional Compassion Energy. In intentional caring consciousness, the nurse intentionally knows the nursed as whole. Compassion energy is the intersubjective gift of compassion that gives nurses the opportunity to be with the nursed. Compassion energy is composed of compassionate presence, patterned nurturance and intentionally knowing the nursed and self as whole. Thus, intentional compassion energy is defined as the regeneration of nurses' capacity to foster interconnectedness when the nurse activates the intent to nurse. Intentional compassion energy was discovered in the meaning of the nurse participants being in their everydayness of practice. The participants described the intention to care compassionately as the grounding of their practice, striving to understand the other, to make a difference while living their nursing as an evolving process. Hermeneutic phenomenology provided the opening to discover what keeps nurses in nursing.
Category: Medical personnel

Hermeneutics And Reflection

Author : Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann
ISBN : 9781442669130
Genre : Philosophy
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Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann is known as a major figure in phenomenological and hermeneutics research: he was Martin Heidegger’s personal assistant for the last ten years of Heidegger’s life, and assistant to Eugen Fink, who in turn was primary assistant to Edmund Husserl. However, his own philosophical commentaries and readings of Heidegger’s work are not familiar to many in the English-speaking world. Von Herrmann’s Hermeneutics and Reflection, translated here from the original German, represents the most fundamental and critical reflection in any language of the concept of phenomenology as it was used by Heidegger and by Husserl. It provides a careful rendition of Husserl’s essential contribution to phenomenology, then draws a clear demarcation between Husserl’s reflective phenomenology and Heidegger’s hermeneutic phenomenology. While showing the fullest respect for Husserl’s phenomenology, Hermeneutics and Reflection offers a full-fledged critique of Husserl from the perspective of Heidegger’s hermeneutic phenomenology.
Category: Philosophy

Creative Research Methods

Author : Helen Kara
ISBN : 9781447356745
Genre : Education
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Written in an accessible, practical and jargon-free style, this useful book informs and inspires researchers by showing readers why, when, and how to use creative methods in their research.
Category: Education

Researching Lived Experience Second Edition

Author : Max van Manen
ISBN : 9781315421049
Genre : Social Science
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Bestselling author Max van Manen’s Researching Lived Experience introduces a human science approach to research methodology in education and related fields. The book takes as its starting point the "everyday lived experience" of human beings in educational situations. Rather than rely on abstract generalizations and theories in the traditional sense, the author offers an alternative that taps the unique nature of each human situation. First published in 1990, this book is a classic of social science methodology and phenomenological research, selling tens of thousands of copies over the past quarter century. Left Coast is making available the second edition of this work, never before released outside Canada. Researching Lived Experience offers detailed methodological explications and practical examples of inquiry. It shows how to orient oneself to human experience in education and how to construct a textual question which evokes a fundamental sense of wonder, and it provides a broad and systematic set of approaches for gaining experiential material which forms the basis for textual reflections. The author: -Discusses the part played by language in educational research-Pays special attention to the methodological function of anecdotal narrative in research-Offers approaches to structuring the research text in relation to the particular kinds of questions being studied
Category: Social Science

Leaving An Abusive Relationship

Author : Michele Bracken
ISBN : 1243563567
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The purpose of this study was to make a contribution to what is known about the leaving process by providing a voice for abused women to determine meaningful patterns associated with the life experiences of 10 women who had left an abusive relationship. Through a qualitative, hermeneutic, phenomenological research design, meaningful life experiences of women who left abusive relationships were interpreted through life patterns. Max Van Manen's (1990) specific methodology was used because of its descriptive and interpretative blend as well as strong orientation to the nature of the phenomenon. This design allowed development of a comprehensive understanding and interpretation of the phenomenon as a whole. Margaret Newman's Theory of Expanding Consciousness (1994) was interwoven within this study, which enhanced the interview process, provided a method of chronology for the collected data as well as provided a nursing focus to the interpretation. Three essential themes emerged from the in-depth interview analyses: (1) Disconnection from self and others, especially mothers; (2) Experiencing chaos related to extreme shame and terror; and (3) Experiencing strength and resilience in the face of minimal resources and support. None of these participants utilized the health care system to help them. These findings provide the foundation for future research on how nurses can help women to disclose their abusive situations. Providing compassion, acknowledgement, and support will allow women to trust the nurse and seek help. By listening to the stories these women have to tell, a nurse will be better equipped to individualize her care.

Leaping In And Leaping Ahead A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of Being Responsible In Psychotherapeutic Supervision

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ISBN : OCLC:1051409666
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Abstract: Aims: Psychotherapeutic supervision is a human‐to‐human encounter in which counsellors and psychotherapists regularly present their client case work. There are multiple theoretical and practical perspectives about what supervision is and how to do it. Yet, little is known about the day‐to‐day lived experiences of psychotherapeutic supervisors. This article reports on a key finding from a Heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenological research study which was concerned with uncovering what it is really like being a psychotherapeutic supervisor. Participants told many stories about experiences of heightened responsibility. They recounted how experiences of anxiety in specific supervisory encounters were intertwined with burdensome experiences of responsibility. Existing theories, practices and prescribed ethical guidelines on managing supervisory responsibility were of limited assistance to supervisors grappling with troubling supervisory experiences. Instead, to cope with the burden of responsibility, psychotherapeutic supervisors had common human experiences of 'leaping‐in and leaping‐ahead' of their supervisees, leading to hidden and unintended consequences for supervisees and supervisors. Conclusions: Responsibility is inescapable in supervisory encounters and is fuelled by a mood of anxiety. The phenomenon of responsibility could be rendered more intelligible, in supervision consultation, by privileging, uncovering and dwelling in psychotherapeutic supervisors' day‐to‐day lived experience of being‐responsible, while being mindful of what we already know about responsible supervisory practice.

Matryoshki In Two Worlds

Author : Sharon Kay Sundre
ISBN : MINN:31951P007547614
Genre : Jewish women
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Hermeneutic Realism

Author : Dimitri Ginev
ISBN : 9783319392899
Genre : Philosophy
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This study recapitulates basic developments in the tradition of hermeneutic and phenomenological studies of science. It focuses on the ways in which scientific research is committed to the universe of interpretative phenomena. It treats scientific research by addressing its characteristic hermeneutic situations, and uses the following basic argument in this treatment: By demonstrating that science’s epistemological identity is not to be spelled out in terms of objectivism, mathematical essentialism, representationalism, and foundationalism, one undermines scientism without succumbing scientific research to “procedures of normative-democratic control” that threaten science’s cognitive autonomy. The study shows that in contrast to social constructivism, hermeneutic phenomenology of scientific research makes the case that overcoming scientism does not imply restrictive policies regarding the constitution of scientific objects.
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Hermeneutic Phenomenology

Author : Joseph J. Kockelmans
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040911823
Genre : Hermeneutics
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Caring And Sharing

Author : Shu-Ching Kao
ISBN : MINN:31951P00693595J
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ISBN : UCSC:32106019962163
Genre : Bereavement
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Research And Statistics Made Meaningful In Counseling And Student Affairs

Author : Rebecca M. LaFountain
ISBN : UVA:X004587040
Genre : Education
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The goal of this text is to help readers become statistically literate consumers of research and to provide readers with introductory skills in conducting statistical computation and research projects. This objective is accomplished by providing students with the basic concepts of research methodology and statistics in a student-friendly manner. The authors have attempted to present a balance of theory and practical application by guiding the reader through the development of a research proposal, and by including sample quantitative and qualitative research proposals.
Category: Education