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Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis Workshop

IPA One-day Workshop - 16th May 2014

This workshop is for those who are new to IPA and those who need more formal guidance on the practicalities of doing IPA. There is an introduction to the theoretical background of IPA at the beginning but the majority of the day is organised to give delegates plenty of time to practise their IPA skills, share their experiences in small group work and to seek advice from the facilitator. Issues of reflexivity and quality will be covered briefly at the close.

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis is a methodological framework and analysis method which takes its theoretical assumptions from phenomenology and hermeneutics. It is an idiographic method in that it is committed to understanding individuals' lived experience. A key text is: Smith, Flowers & Larkin (2009) Interpretative phenomenological analysis: theory, method and research (published by Sage).

References are provided including key text books, research articles using IPA and other methodological articles about IPA.
It’s a great chance to apply your newly learned skills in a hands-on analysis session and it’s an excellent opportunity for CPD.


Programme time: 9.30-16.30

Fee:  £175

This can be paid by credit card through the following link:

https://www.payments.aston.ac.uk/webpayv3/xpay.aspx?PmtTyp=LHS102&Am=175

To register: Please complete the registration form 

Lunch & refreshments provided

Programme

  • Idiography; Hermeneutic cycle
  • Phenomenology
  • Analysis
  • Exercises
  1. Initial reading
  2. Phenomenological coding
  3. Interpretative coding
  4. Identifying themes
  5. Constructing a narrative account
  • Integrative analysis
  • Being reflexive; thinking about quality

 


For further information about this workshop do not hesitate to contact Dr Julia Brown
email: j.y.brown@aston.ac.uk
Tel: 0121 204 3908

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