Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Wednesday 8 March
Room 5, Main Building, King Alfred Campus, University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR
Health and Wellbeing Research Methods Seminar Series Three Spring 2017
Presenter: Dr Kit Tapson, Researcher, Centre for Arts as Wellbeing
Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) is an approach to psychological qualitative research with an idiographic focus, which means that it aims to offer insights into how a given person, in a given context, makes sense of a given phenomenon. The presentation will focus upon the life experiences of young people who bully and how, through an IPA lens, they make sense of their experiences.
Chair: Professor Norma Daykin, Professor of Arts as Wellbeing, Centre for Arts as Wellbeing
This third methods series will continue to showcase recent research projects and examine methodologies currently used in health and wellbeing research. It will enable researchers to explore critical challenges in research and knowledge exchange, sharing expertise and forging connections that will support the development of future projects across a wide range of themes. All welcome and please feel free to bring your lunch with you. Please reserve your place for any or all of the sessions by emailing email@example.com indicating which session/s you would like to attend.