Phenomenological hermeneutic approach
– Students are expected to provide full responses to the following questions
– Students must answer the question posed in Section I (worth a total of 20 marks) and Section III (worth a total of 10 marks) as well as two of the four questions posed in Section II (worth 15 marks each for a total of 30 marks)
– Students are expected to use APA format
– Students are expected to use course content in each response
– Responses are expected to demonstrate knowing, being, doing authentic collaboration as per course content
– Congruence with the phenomenological hermeneutic approach is expected in each response
– This is an individual exercise. Students are not permitted to work in groups to complete their work. Cases of similarity between student papers will be forwarded to the Associate Dean for academic misconduct consideration.
– Page limits are outlined per question. Content beyond these limits will not be marked. Reference pages are excluded from the page limits outlined.
– Worth 25% of the final grade in the course
– As discussed throughout this course, we have worked to use phenomenological hermeneutic inquiry in our attempts to develop our understanding of experiences of children, youth and families in/from conflict regions.
For this take-home assignment please use your academic voice (including the APA format standard) to develop a response to the following questions. Please remember to be congruent with the phenomenological hermeneutic orientation as we have taken it up within the course to-date.
Since students are receiving the take-home assignment questions in Week 9 and given that time is taken-up in class to review the features of strong responses per question; responses are expected to be well-written, thoughtful and developed. Phenomenological hermeneutic language is expected to be used with strength in each response.
Section I: Question 1
-Explain the core principles of the phenomenological hermeneutic approach and its professional practice character. What risk does taking on this approach pose for the phenomenological hermeneutic CYC practitioner? Please use course content to demonstrate and support your contentions. (Maximum of 2 pages; Worth 20 Marks)
-Please respond to three of the four questions listed below. Each question is worth 15 marks for a total of 30 marks. Each response has a maximum limit of 2 pages, content beyond this limit will not be marked.
Remember, communication selections previously used in the course cannot be used in these responses. Responses need to demonstrate an individual student’s comprehension and application of the given phenomenological hermeneutic tactic rather than a regurgitation of previous work.
Question 1 (Worth 15 Marks)
-Using a selection of text from the Beah text, demonstrate an ability to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of what is said as it is said using the ego alter collaboration phenomenological hermeneutic tactic.
Question 2 (Worth 15 Marks)
-Using a segment from any of the films viewed in and through this course, demonstrate an ability to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of a segment of the video using the lived experience hermeneutic phenomenological tactic.
Question 3 (Worth 15 Marks)
-Using the Beah text, demonstrate an ability to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of a selection of text using the sense-making phenomenological hermeneutic tactic.
Question 4 (Worth 15 Marks)
-Using content from the Beah text, demonstrate an ability to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning of a selection of text using the truth, method, world recommended phenomenological hermeneutic tactic.
-Discuss the potential benefit you feel the PH PCP approach has for working with children, youth and families in a child and youth care practitioner’s contemporary professional care practice. (Maximum of 1 page; Worth 10 Marks)
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