Phenomeological study<br />as a QUALITATIVE RESEARCH methodology<br />1<br />Anadolu UNIVERSITY<br />edu<br />Copyright @ ...
Phenomenology<br />EdmundHusserl<br />2<br /><ul><li>person perception
as opposed to the event as it exist external to the person</li></ul>Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
Phenomenological study<br />Attempts to understand :<br />people’s perceptions<br /> perspectives<br />understanding of a ...
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“METHOD”<br />An unstructured Interview   (participants –researchers) <br />all of whom have had dir...
5 to 25 individuals</li></ul>4<br />Bracketing or epoché: - researchers must suspend any preconceived notions or personal ...
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />Collecting common themes in people’s descriptions of their experiences<br />5<b...
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />After transcribing the interviews, the researchers  typically takes the followi...
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />The final result:<br /> general description of the phenomenon<br /> as seen thr...
PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“THE RESEARCH REPORT”<br /><ul><li> Present the research problem or question.
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  1. 1. Phenomeological study<br />as a QUALITATIVE RESEARCH methodology<br />1<br />Anadolu UNIVERSITY<br />edu<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  2. 2. Phenomenology<br />EdmundHusserl<br />2<br /><ul><li>person perception
  3. 3. as opposed to the event as it exist external to the person</li></ul>Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  4. 4. Phenomenological study<br />Attempts to understand :<br />people’s perceptions<br /> perspectives<br />understanding of a particular situation<br />3<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  5. 5. PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“METHOD”<br />An unstructured Interview (participants –researchers) <br />all of whom have had direct experience with the fenomenon<br /><ul><li>1 to 2 hours lengthly
  6. 6. 5 to 25 individuals</li></ul>4<br />Bracketing or epoché: - researchers must suspend any preconceived notions or personal experiences that may unduly influence<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  7. 7. PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />Collecting common themes in people’s descriptions of their experiences<br />5<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  8. 8. PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />After transcribing the interviews, the researchers typically takes the following steps<br />Identify statements that relate to the topic<br />Group statement into “meaning units”<br />Seek divergent perspectives<br />Constract a composite<br />6<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  9. 9. PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“DATA ANALYSIS”<br />The final result:<br /> general description of the phenomenon<br /> as seen through the eyes of people<br />The focus is on common themes in the experience despite diversity in the individuals and setting studied.<br />7<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  10. 10. PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY“THE RESEARCH REPORT”<br /><ul><li> Present the research problem or question.
  11. 11. Describe the method of data collection and ananlysis
  12. 12. Draw coclusion of the phenomenon
  13. 13. Relate the findings to the existing body theory and research, and discuss the practical implications of the findings</li></ul>8<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  14. 14. Phenomenological study<br />“I understand better what it is like for someone to experience that”<br />9<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
  15. 15. Phenomenological study<br />For anything you do in a qualitative study, you must have a definite rationale and distinct purpose, and you must keep your overall goal—to answer your research question—clearly in sight at all times.<br />Thank You for listening ...<br />10<br />Copyright @ 99718003366 DRITAN GASHI<br />
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