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Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology

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The journal is an initiative of the Phenomenology Research Group based at Edith Cowan University, South West Campus, in Western Australia and Rhodes University in South Africa, where there had been a long-established phenomenological tradition.

The Phenomenology Research Group is a circle of postgraduate scholars who have a range of research interests which cross a broad spectrum of areas including education, health, religion, business, tourism, counselling and psychology. The journal is published by NISC SA (IPJP on NISC) and has its own website online here: http://www.ipjp.org/

Vol 18, No 2 (2018)

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Christopher R. Stones
Bringing up life with horses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Stephen J. Smith
Clients’ experience of therapist-disclosure: Helpful and hindering factors and conditions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lorato Kenosi, Duncan Cartwright
Feeling guilty by being in-between family and work: The lived experience of female academics EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Agnė Kudarauskienė, Vilma Žydžiūnaitė
Experiences of online closeness in Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Luis Francisco Vargas-Madriz
“Men don’t cry”: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of Black South African men’s experience of divorce EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kudakwashe C. Muchena, Greg Howcroft, Louise A. Stroud
A curriculum of inclusivity: Towards a “Lived-Body” and “Lived-Experience” curriculum in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Oscar Koopman, Karen Koopman
Recovering the moment EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kenton Engel
From Place to Space: A Heideggerian Analysis EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elizabeth Smythe, Deborah Spence, Jonathon Gray


ISSN: 1445-7377
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