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Re‐framing Schön's call for a phenomenology of practice: a post‐intentional approach

Re‐framing Schön's call for a phenomenology of practice: a post‐intentional approach In this article, I critique and re‐frame Schön's call for a phenomenology of practice and then articulate what I term a ‘post‐intentional phenomenological research approach’ – an approach which brings post‐structural thinking to a foundational philosophical notion in phenomenology, intentionality. The article closes by introducing a five‐component research process that researchers can use to contribute to this re‐framed phenomenology of practice. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reflective Practice Taylor & Francis

Re‐framing Schön's call for a phenomenology of practice: a post‐intentional approach

Reflective Practice , Volume 11 (3): 15 – Jul 1, 2010
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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1470-1103
eISSN
1462-3943
DOI
10.1080/14623943.2010.487375
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Abstract

In this article, I critique and re‐frame Schön's call for a phenomenology of practice and then articulate what I term a ‘post‐intentional phenomenological research approach’ – an approach which brings post‐structural thinking to a foundational philosophical notion in phenomenology, intentionality. The article closes by introducing a five‐component research process that researchers can use to contribute to this re‐framed phenomenology of practice.

Journal

Reflective PracticeTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 1, 2010

Keywords: phenomenology; qualitative research; reflective practice; bridling; teacher education; pedagogy

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