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Phenomenology for Therapists [electronic resource] : Researching the Lived World

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780470666456Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781119975113
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Phenomenology for Therapists : Researching the Lived WorldDDC classification:
  • 142.7
LOC classification:
  • RC437.5
Online resources:
Contents:
Phenomenology for Therapists; Contents; About the Author; Preface; Part I The Phenomenological Project: Concepts, Theory and Philosophy; Introduction to Part I; 1 Phenomenology: Bridging the Practice-Research Divide?; 2 The Phenomenological Project; 3 The Body in Lived Experience; 4 Philosophical Foundations; 5 The 'Phenomenological Attitude'; Part II Phenomenological Research Approaches; Introduction to Part II; 6 Descriptive Empirical Phenomenology; 7 Hermeneutic Phenomenology; 8 Lifeworld Approaches; 9 Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis; 10 First-Person Approaches
11 Reflexive-Relational ApproachesPart III Phenomenological Methods in Practice; Introduction to Part III; 12 Planning the Research; 13 Gathering Data; 14 Relational Ethics; 15 The Process of Analysing Data; 16 Producing the Research; 17 Evaluating Research; Appendix; References; Index
Summary: This book provides an accessible comprehensive exploration of phenomenological theory and research methods and is geared specifically to the needs of therapists and other health care professionals. An accessible exploration of an increasingly popular qualitative research methodologyExplains phenomenological concepts and how they are applied to different stages of the research process and to topics relevant to therapy practiceProvides practical examples throughout
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Phenomenology for Therapists; Contents; About the Author; Preface; Part I The Phenomenological Project: Concepts, Theory and Philosophy; Introduction to Part I; 1 Phenomenology: Bridging the Practice-Research Divide?; 2 The Phenomenological Project; 3 The Body in Lived Experience; 4 Philosophical Foundations; 5 The 'Phenomenological Attitude'; Part II Phenomenological Research Approaches; Introduction to Part II; 6 Descriptive Empirical Phenomenology; 7 Hermeneutic Phenomenology; 8 Lifeworld Approaches; 9 Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis; 10 First-Person Approaches

11 Reflexive-Relational ApproachesPart III Phenomenological Methods in Practice; Introduction to Part III; 12 Planning the Research; 13 Gathering Data; 14 Relational Ethics; 15 The Process of Analysing Data; 16 Producing the Research; 17 Evaluating Research; Appendix; References; Index

This book provides an accessible comprehensive exploration of phenomenological theory and research methods and is geared specifically to the needs of therapists and other health care professionals. An accessible exploration of an increasingly popular qualitative research methodologyExplains phenomenological concepts and how they are applied to different stages of the research process and to topics relevant to therapy practiceProvides practical examples throughout