What is it about?
Confirming participant responses is key to improving the trustworthiness of interpretive phenomenology. However, traditional methods of member checking may posess more challenges than benefits. This article shares a new way to confirm/reject interpretation in real-time with participants through a cultural domain analysis tool called freelisting.
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Why is it important?
This approach is a novel innovation to phenomenology and may help researchers save time and resources while conducting phenomenological research, without sacrificing the steps taken to verify intepretations with participants.
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This page is a summary of: A non-traditional validation tool: using cultural domain analysis for interpretive phenomenology, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, May 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2019.1621474.
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An Interpretive Phenomenological Study of America’s Emerging Workforce: Exploring Generation Z’s Leadership Preferences
This study applies the new interpretive phenomenological design in the context of generational research in the workplace.
AN INTERPRETIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF AMERICA’S EMERGING WORKFORCE: EXPLORING GENERATION Z’S LEADERSHIP PREFERENCES
This is the research study in which the design innovation was used. It is an open access resource to see in full detail how freelisting was applied to phenomenological research.
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