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Chernov, A.Yu. (2008). Rhetoric tradition of qualitative research approach

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Journal
Methodology and History of Psychology. 2008. Volume 3. Issue 2
Section
History of Qualitative Psychology
Pages
140-146
Type
Scientific article
Title
Rhetoric tradition of qualitative research approach
Authors
Abstract
The article deals with one of the theoretical sources of the qualitative approach in psychological research – rhetorical version of the scientific method of G. Vico. The author traces the parallels between the understanding of the essence of the method of G. Vico and methodological pluralism as a space for debate in the field of theorizing in contemporary psychology. The question of standards for the evaluation of research relevant to pluralist model is discussed.
Keywords
  • psychological knowledge
  • qualitative approach
  • rhetoric
  • method
  • methodological pluralism
  • research genre
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To cite this article
Chernov, A.Yu. (2008). Rhetoric tradition of qualitative research approach. Methodology and History of Psychology, 3(2), 140-146.

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