Research and Practice: A Reflexive and Recursive Relationship- Three Narratives, Five Voices
Department of Family Therapy
Marriage and Family Review
In this multiply-authored account, five academicians discuss the connections between their work as clinicians and their clinical qualitative research. Each saw connections between practice and research, and each in her or his own domain of interest has found that practice informs research and research informs practice. This article also introduces three major types of qualitative clinical family research: conversational analysis, recursive frame analysis, and hermeneutic phenomenology.
Gale, J. E., Chenail, R. J., Watson, W. L., Wright, L. M., & Bell, J. M. (1996). Research and Practice: A Reflexive and Recursive Relationship- Three Narratives, Five Voices. Marriage and Family Review, 24 (3-4), 275-295. https://doi.org/10.1300/J002v24n03_03
0000-0002-3982-6884, 0000-0002-9312-9780, 0000-0002-2974-587X, 0000-0002-9337-4831