Searches for answers to these questions reflect the content of the scientific collection. Articles of the collection disclose possibilities of applicability of these theories in researches of educational phenomena and processes; it is appealed to such phenomena which formed in the challenges of post-modernity like learning, the phenomenon of childhood. They are grounded on manifestation of phenomenological hermeneutics traditions in qualitative researches in education, disclosing how these theories are applied understanding social, cultural, educational meanings of the learning process and the phenomenon of childhood. Disclosure of the role of these theories is a considerable contribution to the methodology of qualitative researches, which formed on the basis of nursing as a subject of scientific cognition and therefore should not be mechanically transferred to educological researches, first of all ignoring the fact that contemporary educological researches in any case are not initial; i. It is only necessary to give systematic character to this methodological idea, maybe based on the special qualitative research, but this would be the aim of further researches. I would have only one technical proposal: to refuse the term grounding theory because the reader will confuse it with the one already accepted in qualitative researches grounded theory.
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In the present article the impact of stress experienced by educational support and social welfare professionals on their professional activity and the opportunities of coping with it have been analysed applying a qualitative research approach. The results of the research were validated using the expertise method: for external expertise the experts who did not participate in the research were employed, for internal expertise — persons who participated in the research and the researchers themselves.
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User Username Password Remember me. Notifications View Subscribe. Font Size. Abstract In the present article the impact of stress experienced by educational support and social welfare professionals on their professional activity and the opportunities of coping with it have been analysed applying a qualitative research approach.
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The authors employed the method of interview with the child about TV advertisements, using stimulus material. The authors state that children recognize TV advertisements shown for them, make a distinction between advertisements and other television programmes, and have a certain knowledge about them. It also revealed rudiments of critical assessment of advertising, which are mainly determined by negative experience of the child itself using the advertised item. Ali M.
TV advertising and children’s consumer culture