In this comprehensive book review, the author explores Eight Domains of Phenomenology and Research Methods by Henrik Gert Larsen, delving into the intricate world of phenomenology and its applications in research. The review critically examines Larsen's insightful exploration of the eight domains, providing an analysis of each domain's significance and the research methodologies associated with them. The review also highlights Larsen's expertise in phenomenology, as he skillfully guides readers through the complexities of understanding lived experiences and the intricate interplay between researcher and participant. By exploring the strengths and limitations of Larsen's work, the review offers valuable insights into the book's contributions to the field of phenomenological research. Researchers and scholars interested in phenomenology and its application in qualitative research will find this review informative.
phenomenology, research methods, eight domains, Henrik Gert Larsen, qualitative research
The author would like acknowledge the Center for Higher Education Funding (BPPT / Balai Pembiayaan Pendidikan Tinggi), and the Indonesia Endowment Funds for Education (LPDP / Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan) that have fully supported this article.
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Atmawijaya, T. D. (2023). Unveiling the Tapestry of Human Experience and Diversity: A Journey Through the Eight Domains of Phenomenology and Research Methods. The Qualitative Report, 28(9), 2582-2588. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2023.6626