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Anderson, Donald B.; Jones, Suzanne H.; Longhurst, Max L. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2019
This present phenomenological case study explored collective class actuation as experienced by a seminary teacher in a Western State. Collective class actuation results when teachers or students perceive their class group as being in an optimal performing state of dynamic equilibrium. The participant of this present study sought dynamic…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Case Studies, Teaching Methods, Student Needs
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Katsonga-Phiri, Tiamo – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2018
The present study examined manifestations of mental health concerns in response to gender-based violence, specifically rape, in an African post-conflict setting. The population is a sample of female adolescents, aged 13-18 years old, residing in an Internally Displaced Person's camp in Northern Uganda. Through semi-structured interviews, the…
Descriptors: Females, Adolescents, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Stress Variables
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Rosenblum, Jason; Hughes, Joan E. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2017
Using a phenomenological study of educational games, this article describes how computer-based digital tools were used to simultaneously record computer applications (such as games), voice and sounds, participant facial expressions, and gestures to enliven phenomenological interviews and provide rich, thickly described data. In a study,…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Educational Games, Recall (Psychology), Protocol Analysis
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Chen, Huan; Fan, Xiaqing – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2016
This phenomenological study explored Chinese white-collar consumers' perceptions of microblogging and marketing information on microblogging sites. Thirty in-depth interviews were conducted to collect data. Findings revealed that Chinese white-collar consumers' interpretation of microblogging sites provided a unique context and formed a crucial…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Social Media, Marketing, Electronic Publishing
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Pister, Rebecca – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2014
As reports of bullying continue to make headlines, the push to understand the processes behind bullying behaviors continues to rise. While a great deal of research has been conducted to better understand the processes behind and the outcomes of bullying, the majority of these studies are quantitative in nature and very few involve qualitative…
Descriptors: Bullying, Youth Problems, Middle School Students, Student Experience
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Gillenwater, Cary – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2014
This phenomenological case study attempts to understand the phenomenon of intertextuality of traditional novels and graphic novels, and how it may or may not contribute to transference of one mode of literacy to another. The study's sample was seven Grade 12 Advanced Placement English/language arts students and their teacher. I conducted my…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Case Studies, Advanced Placement Programs, Grade 12
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Wang, Ye; Al-Said, Shariffa Khalid Qais – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2014
We explored the notion of what constitutes literacy, particularly as it pertains to individuals who are blind or with visual impairments, including those that do not use Braille as their primary way to access and produce text. Four groups of stakeholders participated in the study: a) college students who were blind or with visual impairments, b)…
Descriptors: Literacy, Definitions, Blindness, Visual Impairments
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Alban, David J.; Reeves, Patricia L. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2014
Increasingly diverse classrooms require educators to examine the appropriateness of teaching practices for certain student subgroup populations. With high accountability for schools to account for student achievement inclusively, a growing interest in culturally responsive practices necessitates more investigation of learning and instruction…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Semi Structured Interviews, Phenomenology, Teaching Methods
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Hall, Sarah A. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2013
The voice of people with intellectual disabilities (ID) is needed in the literature to best understand their unique experiences and perspectives. Researchers face challenges in conducting interviews with people with ID who are limited in conceptual and verbal language skills. It can also be difficult to obtain participants with ID because of…
Descriptors: Sampling, Mental Retardation, Qualitative Research, Phenomenology
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Giesler, Mark A. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2013
Male social work students are a numerical minority in Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) programs, a reality that warrants exploration as the academy strives for greater diversity within preservice social work programs. The present qualitative phenomenological study examined how male social work students in one BSW university program perceived their…
Descriptors: Males, Phenomenology, Social Work, Advantaged
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Valandra, V. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2012
In this analysis I reflected how research reflexivity and professional use of self assisted me in completing my phenomenological doctoral study about African American mothers' experiences of sexual mistreatment and how those experiences influence their child rearing practices within an extended family system. I combined research and social work…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Phenomenology, African Americans, Females
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Berry, William F. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2012
Negotiating meaning, knowledge, and identity is fundamental to composing processes. These negotiations occur both individually and socially for writers. Sexual identity is an intrinsic part of these negotiations, but is often overlooked by researchers. This study explored the phenomenon of negotiating sexual identity in the composing processes of…
Descriptors: Interviews, Homosexuality, Sexual Identity, Males
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Zabloski, Jim; Milacci, Fred – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2012
In this qualitative phenomenological study, we sought to explore the life experiences of 7 rural gifted individuals who dropped out of school. In addition, we investigated whether participants shared commonalities that might have led to the phenomenon of dropping out. The problem was that a paucity of research exists about gifted dropouts;…
Descriptors: Gifted, Dropouts, Qualitative Research, Dropout Research
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Scheckel, Martha; Hedrick-Erickson, Jennifer; Teunis, Jamie; Deutsch, Ashley; Roers, Anna; Willging, Anne; Pittman, Kelly – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2012
Patient education is a crucial aspect of nursing practice, but much of the research about it is quantitative and has been conducted in urban medical centers. These urban-based studies have limited utility for nurses working in rural hospitals where the populations they serve often have unique and challenging health contexts and cultures. Since…
Descriptors: Patient Education, Rural Areas, Hospitals, Nursing
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Mecham, Neil A.; Joiner, Lydia R. – Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 2012
School age children and adolescents who participate in school gardening projects tend to eat more fruits and vegetables. Adults who participate in community gardening projects report that they also eat more fruits and vegetables, are more physically active and enjoy other social and emotional benefits as a result of gardening. Using a…
Descriptors: Gardening, Phenomenology, College Students, Interviews
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