2017
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7167-2016-0601
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Scenario approximation in a phenomenological study in Mexico: experience report

Abstract: Objective: To report our experience using scenario approximation in a phenomenological study of nursing in Mexico. Method: Experience report on scenario approximation to coexist with elderly in order to select the participants of a phenomenological study. Results: During a four-month period in 2016, visits were carried out two groups of elderly individuals where several activities were carried out. Coexistence with the elderly throughout accompaniment in the groups' activities together with joint dialogue allo… Show more

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“…For example, a thoughtful understanding of the meaningful aspects of having a conversation or a talk together or the experience of interacting online and the kind of contact or closeness we experience through email, texting, or social networks may be of value to professional practitioners as well as to anyone involved in the conversational relations of everyday living. This type of research is used to study areas in which there is little knowledge [Donalek, 2004;Guerrero-Castañeda et al, 2017]. For example, a researcher takes interview of 100 widows, and asks them to describe their experiences of the deaths of their husbands.…”
Section: Phenomenological Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, a thoughtful understanding of the meaningful aspects of having a conversation or a talk together or the experience of interacting online and the kind of contact or closeness we experience through email, texting, or social networks may be of value to professional practitioners as well as to anyone involved in the conversational relations of everyday living. This type of research is used to study areas in which there is little knowledge [Donalek, 2004;Guerrero-Castañeda et al, 2017]. For example, a researcher takes interview of 100 widows, and asks them to describe their experiences of the deaths of their husbands.…”
Section: Phenomenological Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%