Ferrarello: Phenomenology as a psychological method

Jan 30th, 2014 | By | Category: Feature
Susi Ferrarello

Susi Ferrarello

Dr. Ferrarello co-taught a graduate seminar in phenomenological psychology in January 2014 for doctoral students at Saybrook. She led students in a day-long reflection on the steps in qualitative data gathering and analysis which they had practiced during the preceding days, guiding their reflection on the meaning of the steps in the research process, and their experiences of those steps, through the lens of Husserl’s phenomenological psychology, especially the first volume of Husserl’s Ideas, and the Cartesian Meditations. She also explored a range of epistemological issues raised by these steps and by qualitative research in general.

 

 

Ferrarello phenomenology as a psychological method from Marc Applebaum
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