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|dc.identifier.citation||Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999; 29(2):290-297||en|
|dc.description.abstract||Developing a method that is pragmatic yet theoretically consistent with the philosophies of hermeneutics and phenomenology is a constant hurdle for any researcher endeavouring to engage their inquiry in this manner, particularly when its proponents refute the credence of hermeneutics as a research method. This paper discusses how Van Manen's six research activities can act as a framework, that when modified to suit the particular needs of the research project, can promote a process of inquiry that works with these philosophies towards an unfoldment of new understandings of the human experience in illness.||en|
|dc.rights||© 1999 Blackwell Science Ltd||en|
|dc.subject||Method; hermeneutics; phenomenology; coronary artery disease; nursing; Heidegger; Gadamer; Max Van Manen||en|
|dc.title||Listening to them and reading me: a hermenuetic approach to understanding the experience of illness||en|
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