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I've located a research study that uses a phenomenological perspective. I need some suggestions on how to analyze the ontological, axiological, and epistemological assumptions that the author of the article makes. How is this manifested in the research questions, variables, instruments, data collection, and data collection procedures? I need help with some specific examples. Thanks for your consideration.

See the following reference:
Moody, S., Kostohryz, K., & Vereen, L. (2014). Authentically Engaged Learning Through Live Supervision: A Phenomenological Study. Counselor Education and Supervision, 53(1), 19-33.

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Hi There,
In this particular task, you are asking for help in putting together a 500-word discussion that looks into the philosophical assumptions of a study. I suggest using this simple outline:

1. Overview of the article - 100 words
2. Critique using phenomenology - 100 words
3. Application of Philosophical assumptions - 150 words
4. Particulars (data collection, instruments, design, variables) - 150 words

Your professor is going to look for a correlation on philosophical assumptions and what can be seen observed in the various parts of the study. You don't have to cover every aspect; you just have to exemplify the areas you have chosen to discuss as clearly as possible. You can use the listed resources to further explore the topic. Just let me know via the feedback section if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies.

AE 105878/Xenia Jones

Phenomenological Article Review

Authors: Moody, S., Kostohryz, K. & Vereen, L.
Title: "Authentically Engaged Learning through Live Supervision: A Phenomenological Study"
Particulars: in Counselor Education and Supervision, March 2014, Volume 53, pp. 19-33

This particular study is focused primarily on exploring the experiential learning of 5 Master's Degree students as they went through a techniques course so as to come up with a textural/structural description of how the subjects engaged with the learning process. The authors believe that their research have implications in counseling education as the results showcase the meaning-making and the process of learning in a structured techniques course and can ...

Solution Summary

The solution provides information, assistance and advise on doing an article review so as to look for philosophical assumptions exercised in the article/study. Resources are listed for further exploration of the subject.