Phenomenology is probably the most significant philosophical movement of the twentieth century, as far as the social sciences are concerned. Husserl's ideas, amended and developed, have informed research in sociology, psychology, social psychology, education, health sciences, and many other fields. Phenomenological ideas underlie virtually all of those schools of thought that hold that it is necessary to understand the meaning attributed by persons to the activities in which they engage, in order to understand their behaviour.
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In phenomenological psychology we find the same kinds of research methods as in phenomenology as a philosophical discipline. The emphasis is on understanding the person's experience of the world and their situation and, therefore, narrative accounts, and qualitative interviews are regularly employed research methods. The mode of analysis will vary, of course, according to the theoretical perspective of the researcher, or, perhaps more appropriate to the phenomenological framework, according to the theoretical perspective that arises out of the data. In psychological research, for example, one may find, through extensive interviews with people suffering from the same diagnosed problem, that some experience the problem as something with which they have to deal in order to cope with the rest of their experience, whereas others find that the structure of their lives is determined by the problem - life is experienced through the problem. In other words, the concepts of structure, coping, 'problem life', and 'normal life', may emerge out of the analysis.
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Almost every American musical sets up the same challenge for the protagonist – assimilate or be removed. These central characters must make a choice to either change in certain ways in order to join the existing community or they must be removed from that community either by leaving or by dying. In , Harold Hill turns legit in order to join the River City community. In and, the main characters will not (or cannot) change so they must be removed by death. In , Tommy decides he must reject his previous life and change everything in order to stay in Brigadoon and become part of the community. In , Julie and Steve will not play by mainstream society’s rules, so they must be removed, and they leave the Cotton Blossom. In, Quixote/Quijana refuses to live by conventional rules of behavior, so he must die. In , Sandy ultimately assimilates into the greaser community, rejecting her parents’ world view.
It also suggests that humans do not possess any freewill....
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When thinking about a key event in regard to different personality theories, I felt that I could most relate that key event of my life to the humanistic and behavioral theory.