I am a novice researcher, undertaking some research for a Masters dissertation. I am investigating data from narative (previously written assignments) and thought that pheonomenology would be an appropriate methodology to carry out my educational research. However, having read around the subject a but I’m not sure if I should be considering phenomenography instead. My perception of phenomenology is that this is a more personal persepective and phenomenography is more objective where the researcher takes a more empirical stance. Can anyone help to clarify the difference between the two?
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