The Embodied Researcher: Stages of Change in the Research Process

by Luann Drolc Fortune, PhD Stage of Change theory (Prochaska et al., 1994) provides a frame for incorporating embodiment perspectives and somatic techniques into the research process. It assumes five stages: (a) precontemplation: what about this situation is calling to my scholarship; (b) contemplation: how is this question relevant; (c) preparation: how do I design… Read More The Embodied Researcher: Stages of Change in the Research Process

Embodied Research: A Scholarly Panel

This panel on recent research and scholarship was presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of THE SOCIETY FOR PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE HUMAN SCIENCES (SPSH) in Atlanta on October 8, 2015. The purpose of this panel was to share a conceptual model and experiential methods for incorporating embodiment into scholarship and research. Phenomenological literature abounds with references for… Read More Embodied Research: A Scholarly Panel