“Caring for insiderness”: Phenomenologically informed insights that can guide practice

@inproceedings{Todres2014CaringFI,
  title={“Caring for insiderness”: Phenomenologically informed insights that can guide practice},
  author={Les Todres and Kathleen T Galvin and Karin Dahlberg},
  booktitle={International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being},
  year={2014}
}
Understanding the "insider" perspective has been a pivotal strength of qualitative research. Further than this, within the more applied fields in which the human activity of "caring" takes place, such understanding of "what it is like" for people from within their lifeworlds has also been acknowledged as the foundational starting point in order for "care" to be caring. But we believe that more attention needs to be paid to this foundational generic phenomenon: what it means to understand the… CONTINUE READING