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Deepening Corporeal Sense-Making and Engagement

  • Hillary Sharpe
  • Tom Strong
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Part of the Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education book series (TRANS, volume 94)

Abstract

In this research we relied on the tradition of hermeneutic phenomenology to guide us in the facilitation of our EFC groups, participant interviews, and the resulting stories created with the women who took part. This approach is much more than a way to conduct qualitative research, it is a philosophy with a rich and detailed history, one that fits well for exploring the corporeal, first-hand accounts that interest us as researchers and practitioners.

Keywords

Eating Disorder Transcendental Phenomenology Cultural Discourse Hermeneutic Phenomenology Corporeal Dimension 
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  • Hillary Sharpe
  • Tom Strong

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