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    [MUSIC PLAYING][MUSIC PLAYING]Contemplative inquiry is a set of practicesthat allow us to have first person understandingof our inner dynamics.So that could be something that we understand

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    in terms of who we are in relation to the world, whatbeliefs and values we have, and the ways in which we connectand relate with our world.And contemplative inquiry allows for that understandingto be deep and critical at the same time.

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    So because of that reason, contemplative inquiryrequires the person to become really vulnerable when theygo into that deeper journey.And ideally, if that person has a communityof people who are practicing that,then that association creates very deep, meaningful, honest

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    dialogues.So contemplative inquiry could be helpful in research.Because if we are conducting researchand we can bring to bear some very deep meaningful insightsfrom our inquiry, then we are creating new knowledgein a very innovative new way.[MUSIC PLAYING]

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Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Publication Year: 2017

Video Type:Definition

Methods: Reflexivity

Keywords: inquiry and research; inquiry processes; introspection; reflective practice; values (guiding principles)

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Abstract

Professor Bhattacharya defines contemplative inquiry as a set of practices to elicit personal understanding. She reflects on its potential for bringing insight and depth into a research study.

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Kakali Bhattacharya Defines Contemplative Inquiry

Professor Bhattacharya defines contemplative inquiry as a set of practices to elicit personal understanding. She reflects on its potential for bringing insight and depth into a research study.

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