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    The Feasibility of Resistance in the Workplace: A Critical Investigation.A. Benda Hofmeyr - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT In this article, I undertake a critical interrogation of the complex relations of control operating in the contemporary workplace of the knowledge worker by drawing on Foucault’s theorisation of power and resistance. I plot the risks to which the knowledge worker are exposed, the conditions of possibility as well as the challenges that complicate productive resistance in the workplace. In the process, I make use of an array of existing scholarly research that utilises the Foucauldian framework of the relationality (...)
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    Embodied Resilience: A Phenomenological Perspective.Joachim Duyndam, Babet te Winkel, Vivianne Baur & Eric Elbers - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT Background: From a phenomenological perspective, our body is the “from-which” we face the world. Vice versa, our body is affected by occurrences in our surroundings. Embodied resilience is understood as a quality of the dynamic relationships between our affected body and what happens in our surroundings. Objectives: This article explores the following question: How is resilience experienced bodily and how can we strengthen resilience and foster social relations? Research design: The data consists of ten in-depth interviews, personal observations and (...)
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    The Use of Paintings and Sketches as Scientific Knowledge.Trine Sofie Dybvikstrand & Knut Ove Æsøy - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT This article is written in the field of the philosophy of science. The aim is to express how painting and drawing can be used as part of a phenomenological research method. The painter or drawer is a visual researcher in the process of capturing a holistic and truthful experience of a cultural phenomenon. We will highlight the visual researcher process and how the experience of truth is known throughout this process. The paining and sketches, which we present in this (...)
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  4. The Waning of Vision’s Hegemony: A Phenomenological Perspective on Mother-Daughter Discord in Patriarchal Societies.Casper Lötter - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT If phenomenology is a research methodology uniquely positioned to enable us to learn from others, I aim to demonstrate the idea that cinema is a privileged site from which to investigate the notion of virtuality, even in an age where vision’s predominance is waning. In order to do so, I consider the painfully disruptive mother-daughter relationship found cross-culturally and discourse-analytically in contemporary patriarchal societies. This bond is arguably of central concern to feminists since previous research has found that the (...)
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    A Hermeneutic-Phenomenological Analysis of Teachers’ Learning Experiences Through the Observation of a Professional Basketball Coach’s Coaching Session.Naoki Matsuyama - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT In this study, the learning experiences of four elementary school teachers who were basketball coaches were explored. Specifically, the learning experiences gained through observing professional basketball coaches’ sessions were examined by employing van Manen’s hermeneutic-phenomenological approach, which focuses on the thematic analysis of lived experiences. Previous coaching studies that have focused on the professional development of coaches have revealed that observing elite coaching sessions could be a major source of practical coaching knowledge because coaches could learn from experienced coaches. (...)
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  6. Educational Failure as a Potential Opening to Real Teaching – The Case of Teaching Unaccompanied Minors in Norway.Tone Saevi & Wills Kalisha - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT This article explores the complexity of classroom interaction between teachers and unaccompanied teenagers seeking asylum in Norway. These teenagers find themselves within legal and political ‘grey areas’ where educational goals specific to their extreme situations are unavailable to them, and they end up being either forgotten in the system or closely monitored for possible failure. Their teachers encounter these teenagers in their realities; new to a culture, new language, new ways of being and doing, in addition to past traumatic (...)
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    African Phenomenology and Ontological Absolutism in Politics: The Complex Postcolonial Situation of Cameroon.John Sodiq Sanni - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT In an attempt to formulate an African phenomenological method, this article engages with existing African philosophical schools, namely particularism, universalism and eclecticism. I will explore how the positions advanced in these schools, valid in their own rights, are at the same time potentially absolutist and thus in need of reformulation. I will also test my theoretical findings by addressing the ontological implications of ontological absolutism in politics, with special reference to the situation in Cameroon and how they translate to (...)
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  8. Honouring the Opening: Unfolding the Rich Ground Between the Philosophical Thinking of Martin Heidegger and Practice-Based Empirical Work.Graham Stew, Kathleen T. Galvin, Pirjo Vuoskoski, Vinette Cross & Kitty Maria Suddick - 2021 - Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 21 (1).
    ABSTRACT The aim of this article is to bring philosophical thinking closer to practice-based empirical work. Using Martin Heidegger’s philosophy, it offers a bridge between these two worlds, attempting to provide philosophical depth to the findings of a hermeneutic phenomenological study. This process unfolded through the appearance of three intertwined, potential, meaningful modes of being in the lifeworld: space as a condition for being and being for worlding the world; temporal and spatial self-being, the existence of multiple selves in time (...)
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