Crafting Phenomenological Research / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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This is an accessible, concise introduction to phenomenological research that outlines the key principles for conducting this research from leading contemporary practitioners and his own strand which incorporates elements of post-structural thinking into traditional methods. Replete with exercises for students, case studies, and resources.
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About the Author
Mark D. Vagle is Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota. He has written extensively on phenomenological research in education journals and regularly teaches university courses and professional workshops on the subject. Vagle is principal author and editor of Not a stage! A critical re-conception of young adolescent education and coeditor of Developmentalism in early childhood and middle grades education.
Table of Contents
Introduction Section 1: Exploring Philosophical Concepts and Notions in Phenomenology Chapter 1: What is a Phenomenon in Phenomenology? Chapter 2: What is Intentionality and Why is it Important? Chapter 3: The Importance of Prepositions Resource Dig: Phenomenological Philosophies Section 2: Phenomenological Research Approaches Chapter 4: Possible Methodological Approaches Chapter 5: Tools and Strategies for Crafting Phenomenological Research Chapter 6: Data Gathering and Analysis in Crafting Phenomenological Research Resource Dig: Methodology Section 3: A Post-Intentional Approach to Phenomenological Research Chapter 7: The Philosophical Underpinnings of Post-Intentional Phenomenology Chapter 8: Post-Intentional Methodology Chapter 9: Post-Intentional Phenomenology in Practice Resource Dig: Post-Intentional Phenomenology Epilogue Appendix: Additional Resources for Students References Index About the Author