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Date and time
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 14:30 to 15:30
Address
Bridge House 008
Queen's Park Road
Chester
CH4 7AD
United Kingdom

About the Event

Dr Sam Elkington, Teesside University

This session is part of the Business and Management Researcher Development Hub’s public seminar series. This interactive session takes a practical look at what it means to ‘do’ phenomenology’ in social science research. In particular, the workshop will outline the experiential and theoretical basis of Descriptive Phenomenology, Phenomenological Psychology and Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis approaches. During the session we will attempt to determine where the researcher stands when reflecting upon their own experience, versus when reflecting on the experiences of others as communicated through narrative descriptions.

This public lecture is part of the University's Research Festival

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Bridge House 008
Queen's Park Road
Chester
CH4 7AD
United Kingdom