My most recent post was a short discussion of what “the natural attitude” means in Husserl’s phenomenology. As I mentioned, the natural attitude is the perspective of everyday life. For Husserl, the process he calls the phenomenological reduction is the means by which the phenomenologist frees himself from the reifications of the natural attitude, gaining a standpoint from which to view.
Most theories contain some phenomenological material, or they are built on certain intuitions that presume phenomenological understandings. In the phenomenological reduction one needs to strip away the theoretical or scientific conceptions and thematizations that overlay the phenomenon one wishes to study, and which prevents one from seeing the phenomenon in a non-abstracting manner.
The descriptive phenomenological method in psychology was developed by the American psychologist Amedeo Giorgi in the early 1970s. Giorgi based his method on principles laid out by philosophers like Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty as well as what he had learned from his prior professional experience in psychophysics. Giorgi was an early pioneer of the humanistic psychology movement.Revealing the “Essence” of Things: Using Phenomenology in LIS Research Chi-Shiou Lin National Taiwan University, Dept. of Library and Information Science Abstract. Phenomenology is a recommended methodology when the study goals are to understand the meanings of human experiences or to explore concepts from new and fresh perspectives.Phenomenological reduction “to pure subjectivity” (Lauer, 1958, p. 50), instead, is a deliberate and purposeful opening by the researcher to the phenomenon “in its own right with its own.
Abstract. The direct impact of phenomenological thinking on psychological science has not been great (as we have seen in Chapter 2). There has certainly been indirect influence, especially through the migration of German Gestalt psychologists to the United States during the 1930s.Read More
Phenomenological reduction ”to pure subjectivity“ (Lauer, 1958, p. 50), instead, is a deliberate and purposeful opening by the researcher to the phenomenon ”in its own right with its own meaning“ (Fouche, 1993; Hycner, 1999).Read More
Phenomenological Paper I graduated Salutatorian in my gradeschool in Paco Catholic School. The Valedictorian had transferred to another school so as expected of me, I would be the one to be on top when we go to our highschool life.Read More
Introduction. In this essay, I will be looking at whether or not Martin Heidegger’s analytic of finitude may be considered a Husserlian phenomenological reduction of the phenomenon of death. In order to do that, I will progress in three stages. First of all, I will give a brief description of The Phenomenological Reduction as it is put forward by Heidegger’s predecessor Edmund Husserl.Read More
Phenomenological Research Methods Psychology: A Comparison with Grounded Theory, Discourse Analysis, Narrative Research, and Intuitive Inquiry Frederick J. Wertz Fordham University This presentation grows out of a project that aims to demonstrate and compare five different qualitative research methods for studying human lived experience.Read More
CHAPTER - I PHENOMENOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION Introduction Phenomenological psychology is the study of psychological phenomena in their subjective aspect, regardless of their indebtedness in the objective context of a psycho-physical organism. 1 Phenomenological psychology has emerged as a discipline with the.Read More
Creswell (1998) stated that phenomenological data analysis proceeds through the methodology of reduction, the analysis of specific statements and themes, and a search for all possible meanings. The researcher needs to set aside all prejudgments, bracketing his or her experiences.Read More
As a research methodology, phenomenology is uniquely positioned to help health professions education (HPE) scholars learn from the experiences of others. Phenomenology is a form of qualitative research that focuses on the study of an individual’s lived experiences within the world. Although it is a powerful approach for inquiry, the nature of this methodology is often intimidating to HPE.Read More
Phenomenological Research. Phenomenology is an approach to qualitative research that focuses on the commonality of a lived experience within a particular group. The fundamental goal of the approach is to arrive at a description of the nature of the particular phenomenon (Creswell, 2013).Read More
What is Phenomenological Research? By Marilyn K. Simon and Jim Goes Includes excerpts from Simon (2011), Dissertation and Scholarly. experience, a common approach is to use the methodology of reduction, and analysis of specific statements to tease out overarching themes.Read More