KEY FEATURES: The book’s readability and accessibility make it a perfect fit for graduate level qualitative research courses across disciplines in the social sciences, education, and health professions, as well as a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners. Exercises, figures, tables, and other pedagogical features allow for higher engagement with the content/methodology, and enhanced comprehension and retention. Explanations and examples offer different perspectives that allow for higher accessibility and multiple approaches to understanding the content and/or applying the methodology. Questions for Reflection offer readers an opportunity to personally engage with the content and negotiate their own perspective before conducting research.

Writing a Living Manuscript: An Embodied Relational Approach

Writing a Living Manuscript: An Embodied Relational Approach

Learning is discovering that something is possible.

~ Friedrich (Fritz) Perls

Questions for Reflection

  • What goes into a heuristic inquiry manuscript?
  • What makes writing from an embodied relational perspective important?
  • How might you balance rigor with an intriguing voice?
  • How can you create a manuscript that promotes social justice?
  • What might support the publication of your heuristic manuscript?

Language is both a way of being and a way of knowing. It is a gateway to awareness, emergence, and discovery. Let’s pause for a moment with Perls’s words. As you read these words, written by the well-known and controversial German-born pioneer behind the holistic and awareness-oriented gestalt psychotherapy approach, do you find yourself probing your thoughts about what they might mean? Or do you sense ...

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