Interpretative phenomenological analysis

@inproceedings{Smith2008InterpretativePA,
  title={Interpretative phenomenological analysis},
  author={Jonathan A Smith and Mike Osborn},
  year={2008}
}
The aim of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) is to explore in detail how participants are making sense of their personal and social world, and the main currency for an IPA study is the meanings particular experiences, events, states hold for participants. The approach is phenomenological (see Chapter 3) in that it involves detailed examination of the participant’s lifeworld; it attempts to explore personal experience and is concerned with an individual’s personal perception or… CONTINUE READING

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