From Philosophy to Practice
Chapter 7. Interpretation as Analysis
Role of the Researcher in Interpretation
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INTERPRETATION AS ANALYSIS
…though philosophical hermeneutics does not constitute a system or method its critical procedure has a clear style and a discernible signature. (Davey, 2006, p. 18)
Data analysis is another term that ought to carry a hermeneutic health warning, although it is no bad thing once more to draw attention to the tension between the generally given structures of research and the far more fluid interconnections of a hermeneutic study. (McCaffrey, Raffin Bouchal, & Moules, 2012, p. 221)
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