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HOD-856 Writing Phenomenology

4 semester credits
In this course students engage in eight writing exercises which allow them to deepen their understanding of an important experience using both essential and lifeworld approaches. Basic hermeneutics strategies will be used to enhance their understanding of basic phenomenological literature underlying the writing techniques.  These writing techniques include bracketing, imaginative variations, horizontalization, describing stocks of knowledge, relevancies, standpoints, typifications and the dramatic structure of an experience.  This process, which is creative and intuitive as well as analytical, opens understanding and stimulates transformation and effective interventive practice.
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Objective(s):
  • Describe and analyze contexts and life worlds
  • Use a dramatistic pentad to describe pathways



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