Ethnography? Phenomenology? Phenomenography?

I’m challenged by the current adventure of determining my research perspective – clearly sitting in the qualitative paradigm – I need to refine my view.
Ethnographic? Probably – I’m inextricably embedded in the research as lecturer/researcher.
Phenomenology? Maybe – even hermeneutics…
Phenomenography? Looking good – I can’t ignore this one….”the description of some examined phenomenon. This description is not limited to verbal language only.”” as defined by the Phenomenography website.

How about Ethno-phenomenography???? Hmmmmm – I’m inclined that way – so what will the implications be to my methodology….stay tuned!

2 thoughts on “Ethnography? Phenomenology? Phenomenography?

  1. A good question Brett – rather than try to answer that here, I’ll develop a larger post that will more adequately respond …
    ABB 🙂

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