Professor Robert Schweitzer introduces the historical contexts of phenomenology before walking viewers through how to conduct a phenomenological interview. He ends by demonstrating the discussed techniques and approaches.
Professor John Creswell begins by outlining the types of data that can be collected for qualitative research. His presentation then expands to include descriptions of research designs that can applied to a qualitative research project.
Chapter describes the emergence of the phenomenological traditions, outlines the key philosophical underpinnings and methods used in phenomenology, and provides an overview of some of the associated issues such as rigour and quality, and the position of the researcher.