Análisis fenomenológico interpretativo Una guía metodológica para su uso en la investigación cualitativa en psicología

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Hansel Duque
Edith T. Aristizábal Díaz-Granados

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Propósito: Ofrecer una guía metodológica para la implementación del análisis fenomenológico interpretativo (AFI), en especial, para aquellos que se inician en la investigación cualitativa.


Tema: El análisis fenomenológico interpretativo como método para la comprensión de las experiencias personales y su aplicación en el campo de la psicología.


Desarrollo: Se presentan las características generales de la metodología AFI, luego se describen cada una de sus etapas, desde la formulación de la pregunta de investigación y el acceso al campo, hasta la selección de los participantes y la recolección de información. Por último, se describen en detalle las fases y procedimientos para el análisis de datos, así como la redacción y presentación de los resultados.


Conclusión: El análisis fenomenológico interpretativo es un enfoque de investigación cualitativo que busca comprender los significados asociados a la experiencia vivida. En la actualidad, goza de gran reconocimiento y es ampliamente utilizado en el campo de la psicología, especialmente en países de habla inglesa.

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Duque , H., & Aristizábal Díaz-Granados , E. T. (2019). Análisis fenomenológico interpretativo. Pensando Psicología, 15(25), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.16925/2382-3984.2019.01.03
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