Revisioning Phenomenology: Nursing and Health Science Research

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1994 - Medical - 326 pages
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Written exclusively from the phenomenological perspective, this book offers a unique approach to finding meaning in human experiences through a post-modern interpretation of the study of being.
  

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Contents

SITTING ON THE DOCK ALL DAY CONTEMPLATING
27
WHATS IT ALL ABOUT ALFIE?
43
THEY CAME IN THROUGH THE BACKDOOR
59
Interviews Conversations and Writing
87
YOU FILL UP MY SENSES
115
EVERY STEP I TAKE EVERY MOVE I MAKE
143
Conscience
149
GIVE MEANING A CHANCE
169
PALER SHADES OF BLACK AND WHITE
201
WITH A LOT OF HELP FROM MY FRIENDS
211
A STUDY AS EXEMPLAR
217
Appendixes
257
POSTMODERN PROPOSAL OUTLINE
275
E EXAMPLE OF DESCRIPTION OF PERSPECTIVES
281
F EXAMPLE OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH
297
G EXAMPLE OF OUTLINE FOR COURSE
307

TUGGING AT A PIECE OF MY HEART
185
THE TIMES ARE ALWAYS CHANGING
195

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