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Author Freinkel, Paul D., author.

Title Transpersonal implications of singing : an intuitive inquiry / Paul D. Freinkel.

Published London : SAGE Publications, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series SAGE research methods. Cases
SAGE research methods. Cases.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Intuitive inquiry is a hermeneutical research method that joins intuition to intellectual precision. It consists of five iterative cycles of inquiry. It brings the researcher's inner being into the research process by placing the research squarely in the context of the researcher's personal growth. Paul Freinkel used it to explore a deeply personal process of individuation that he had been through, the process of transpersonal (in layman's terms psycho-spiritual) experience and growth that occurs during classical singing training. In this case study, he shows how he applied intuitive inquiry to a study that explored his own experience of the transpersonal implications of singing (the research topic) in parallel to, and in order to, more deeply understand the experience of other singers (the participants).
Audience Specialized.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on November 18, 2015).
Subject Singing -- Psychological aspects -- Research -- Case studies.
Spirituality -- Research -- Case studies.
Transpersonal psychology -- Research -- Case studies.
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