Year: 1985 Source: Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology, (18th: 1985: Toronto), p.42-44 SIEC No: 19851066

Judith Carle discusses existential phenomenology as one method of assisting researchers to a more complete understanding of suicidal ideation. Basic assumptions of EP methodology & a nine-step procedure for analysis & interpretation of data are provided. A major departure in EP research is the full participation of the subject (termed a ‘coresearcher’) in research methodology.