Phenomenology: to wonder and search for meanings.

  title={Phenomenology: to wonder and search for meanings.},
  author={Susan Kleiman},
  journal={Nurse researcher},
  volume={11 4},
The increasing interest in phenomenological methods as viable tools for doing nursing research, and the many variations on a theme present in the scholarly literature, have inspired the researcher to present a current clarification of Husserl's descriptive phenomenological method of inquiry. The articulation given in this article is based on the Husserlian formulation, nuanced by Giorgi and the author for use in nursing research. Nurses, researchers, teachers and students alike may take this… CONTINUE READING
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