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The Lived Experience of Grief: A Heuristic Self-Inquiry
Using the methodology of heuristic self-inquiry, this study explored the researcher’s lived experience of grief in order to contrast it with current literature. This lead to the research question: Is it possible that all ...
Exploring How Marginalized Youth Are Constructed and Represented in the Language Used by Mental Health Professionals
The purpose of this study is to explore how the meaning and identity of marginalized youth are negotiated and constructed through the language used by mental health professionals. Terms such as ‘vulnerable’, ‘at risk’ and ...
Master Mothers: A Phenomenological study of the lived experience of married women with children who are enrolled in a Master’s degree.
Research regarding women in higher education has focused predominantly on single mothers. Married women who have children and are enrolled in graduate studies are faced with a complex interplay of demands. The purpose ...