Dancing Between Embodied Empathy and Phenomenological Reflection

@inproceedings{Finlay2006DancingBE,
  title={Dancing Between Embodied Empathy and Phenomenological Reflection},
  author={Linda Finlay},
  year={2006}
}
In phenomenological research, layered understandings emerge from a complex process of experiencing and reflection, engaged in by both researcher and participant. Researcher and participant engage in a dance, moving in and out of experiencing and reflection while simultaneously moving through a shared intersubjective space that is the research encounter. If researchers are to empathise - imaginatively project themselves into participants’ experience they need to be open to this intersubjective… CONTINUE READING

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