Uma maneira de ver as pessoas e o lugar: a fenomenologia na pesquisa do comportamento ambiental / A way of seeing people and place: phenomenology in environment-behavior research

David Seamon

Resumo


Este artigo examina a abordagem fenomenológica, pois ela pode ser usada para explorar questões ambientais e arquitetônicas. Depois de discutir a natureza da fenomenologia em termos gerais, o texto apresenta duas suposições principais da abordagem fenomenológica: (1) que as pessoas e o meio ambiente compõem um todo indivisível; (2) que o método fenomenológico pode ser descrito em termos de um "empirismo radical". Este artigo considera três métodos fenomenológicos específicos: (1) pesquisa fenomenológica em primeira pessoa; (2) pesquisa fenomenológico-existencial; e (3) pesquisa fenomenológico-hermenêutica. Em seguida, o artigo discute confiabilidade e credibilidade, pois elas podem ser entendidas fenomenologicamente. Finalmente, a revisão considera o valor da fenomenologia para o design ambiental.


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Arquitetura. Paisagem. Experiência ambiental. Lar.

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