KA Fænomenologisk metode v/ Anders Essom-Stenz og Benedikte Kudahl

Forår 2021

Litteratur Antal normalsider
Ataria, Y. (2020). Investigating the origins of body disownership: The case study of the Gulag. Journal of phenomenological psychology, 51. 44-82. 34
Carr, D. (1970). Husserl’s problematic concept of the life-world. I: American philosophical quarterly, 7, 4. 331-339. 8
Dræby, A. (2019): Introduktion til Husserls fænomenologiske psykologi, filosofi og metode. I: Fænomenologi. Artiklen til Encyclopedia Britannica. København: Forlaget Mindspace. 7-59. 25
From, F. (1953/1970): Om de forskellige former for psykoide emner & Den direkte oplevelse af vores medmennesker. Kap. 2, i: Om oplevelsen af andres adfærd. 27-50. København: Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnold Busck. 20
Fuchs, T. (2018). Foundations: Subjectivity and life. I: Ecology of the brain. 69-78. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 8
Fuchs, T. (2005). CORPOREALIZED AND DISEMBODIED MINDS: A phenomenological view of the body in melancholia and schizophrenia. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology : PPP, 12(2), 95-107. 20
Funch, B. S. (2003). Den fænomenologiske metode i museologisk forskning. Nordisk Museologi, 11(1), 17-38. 25
Giorgi, A (2009): The phenomenological method. Kap. 5, i: The descriptive phenomenological method in psychology: A modified Husserlian approach. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.  106-128 22
Gurwitsch, A. (1984). Husserl’s theory of the intentionality of consciousness. I: Husserl, intentionality and cognitive science, Dreyfus, H.L. & Hall, H. (Eds.). 59-71. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. 11
Husserl, E. (1925/2019): Fænomenologi. I: Fænomenologi. Artiklen til Encyclopedia Britannica. København: Forlaget Mindspace. 61-103. 20
Husserl, E. Ideas I: General Introduction to Pure Phenomenology. NY: Routhledge. 51-60 10
Høffding, S., & Martiny, K. (2016). Framing a phenomenological interview: what, why and how. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 15(4), 539-564. 33
Luft, S. (2011). Husserl’s theory of the phenomenological reduction: Between lifeworld and Cartesianism. I: Subjectivity and lifeworld in transcendental phenomenology, 52-82. 30
Merleau-Ponty, M. (1960/1964). The philosopher and his shadow. I: Signs, 159-182. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. 22
Morley, J. (1998). The private theatre: A phenomenological investigation of daydreaming. Journal of phenomenological psychology, 29, 1. 116-134. 14
Petitmengin, C. (2006). Describing one’s subjective experience in the second person: An interview method for the science of consciousness. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 5(3-4), 229–269. 43
Roald, T., Køppe, S., Bechman Jensen, T., Moeskjær Hansen, J., Levin, K. (2018/in press). Why do we always generalize in qualitative methods? Qualitative psychology. 18
Sheets-Johnstone, M. (2011). The primacy of movement. Kap. 3 i: The primacy of movement. 113-152. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 35
Smith, J. A., & Osborn, M. (2004). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. Doing Social Psychology Research, 229–254. 23
Thøgersen, U. (2004). Den kropslige vending. I: Krop og fænomenologi: En introduktion til Maurice Merleau-Pontys filosofi. Aarhus: Systime. 15
Thøgersen, U. (2013) Om at indstille sig fænomenologisk. I: Schiermer, A. B. Fænomenologi: Teorier og metoder. Kbh: Hans Reitzel. 18
Wertz, F.J. (2005). Phenomenological research methods for counseling psychology. Journal of counseling psychology, 52, 2. 167-177. 10
Zahavi, D. (2011). Den absolutte bevidsthed & Horisont og nærvær. I: Husserls fænomenologi. 128-145. København: Gyldendal. 12
Zahavi, D. (2018). Phenomena. Kap. 1 i: Phenomenology – The basics. 9-15. London: Routledge 6
Total antal normalsider: 482