Volume 14 · Number 2 · Pages 146–149
Micro-Phenomenology and Traditional Qualitative Research Methods

María Isabel Gaete Celis

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Open peer commentary on the article “An Analysis Procedure for the Micro-Phenomenological Interview” by Camila Valenzuela-Moguillansky & Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati. Abstract: The target article presents a methodology of micro-phenomenological analysis that gives salience to the idea of researching as an intersubjective meaning-making process. While the methodology belongs to the so-called “first-person research methods,” in my commentary I address the questions of whether it is also part of the traditional qualitative methods and whether it is epistemologically consistent.

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Gaete Celis M. I. (2019) Micro-phenomenology and traditional qualitative research methods. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 146–149. https://constructivist.info/14/2/146

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