The purpose of this study is to explore the extent, to which professionals in. helping professions (PHPS) with learning disabilities are able to name the support, services, and assistance that they require to successfully engage in the full range of. activities for their daily living.
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) (Smith, et al., 2013) investigated 13 participants' experiences of VAP PhDs in Ireland. The inquiry revealed ideological dilemmas and ontological paradoxes which characterised the VAP PhD experience. As a consequence of the research, a model of the VAP PhD research journey is proposed.
Philosophical influences underpinning Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) IPA is particularly useful for understanding under researched phenomena or perspectives. Unlike other phenomenological research approaches, IPA offers direction on how to approach a phenomena of interest with guidance for sampling, data collection and analysis.
Glasgow Caledonian University and the Scottish Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Group for their expertise and assistance, particularly at the start of my PhD. Thanks are due to Dr Larissa Kempenaar who has been with me from the start of my PhD journey, giving me a space to bounce around ideas, offering challenge and reassurance.
An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the impact of professional background on role fulfilment: a study of approved mental health practice. A thesis submitted to the University of Manchester for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
The purpose of the current qualitative phenomenological research study was to. explore the perceptions and lived experiences of African-American male teachers related. to the underrepresentation of African-American males in the teaching profession.
Phenomenology is a philosophical approach, initially articulated by Husserl, which aims to produce an account of lived experience in its own terms rather than one prescribed by pre-existing theoretical preconceptions. IPA recognises that this is an interpretative endeavour because humans are sense-making organisms.
An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis study of a mindfulness-based intervention for the general population within a non-clinical setting. MSc thesis in Mindfulness-Based Approaches. Larkin, F. (2011) Mindfulness and Psychotherapy: An Exploration of the Influence of Mindfulness Meditation on the Self of the Psychotherapist and Their Clinical Work.
This dissertation explores the lived experience of problematic anger in young men. Qualitative phenomenological research was conducted using semi-structured interviews with a sample of six male participants between the ages of 20-25 years. The accounts were analysed using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) and three main themes were.
An interpretative phenomenological analysis of how HIV nurses elicit patients’ concerns. Doctoral thesis (PhD), Manchester Metropolitan University. Croston, Michelle(2018)An interpretative phenomenological analysis of how HIV nurses elicit patients’ concerns.
Guided by British sociologists’ conceptualisations of family life and relationships and the use of Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA), data were analysed at an idiographic level before moving on to explore convergences and divergences across person cases, resulting in the emergence of shared patterns of meaning and experience.
Detailed ideographic analysis of interview transcripts was carried out following the principles of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. The findings convey the sense of 'being' an adoptive parent, or parental entitlement, derived from 'doing' parenting, and demonstrate the complexities of communicative, structural and public openness as relational experiences.
Via this thesis I aim to contribute to the fulfillment of this identified gap in knowledge. In this research, I have developed a novel hybrid methodology, Arts-Informed Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Rooted in phenomenology and arts, this methodology put to the test the concept of 'making' as a valid way of data analysis, equal to.
BEYOND BARRIERS: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF WOMEN REPORTING INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN COLLEGE Megan Elizabeth Watson, Ph.D. University of Nebraska, 2009 Advisor: Roger Bruning The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the experience of intimate partner violence and help-seeking in college women. This study used a phenomenological.
An Interpretative Phenomenological Study Exploring Designated Teachers’ Experiences of Supporting Looked After Children Danielle Goodall Research thesis submitted in part requirement for the Doctor of Educational and Child Psychology The University of Sheffield School of Education May 2014.
This study uses Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to explore experiences of shame for six people in the early stages of dementia, living independently in the community. Data was collected through the use of individual, semi-structured interviews conducted within.
An Exploration of the Lived Experience of Progressive Cerebellar Ataxia: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy By Elizabeth Emma Cassidy School of Health Sciences and Social Care December 2012.
PhD Thesis: Leadership Development through Executive Coaching: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to understand how leaders make sense of their development Supervisors: Professor Bob Garvey; Dr George Boak My doctoral research is on Executive Coaching and Leadership Development where I explore how executive coaching delivers leadership development.
SERVICES - AN INTERPRETATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by. have financially supported my PhD study and to Gail Williams, my manager, who helped me organise and prioritise my workload. My colleague Ben Hannigan, provided advice and challenge especially in relation to the.