lifeworld

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lifeworld

(ˈlaɪfˌwɜːld)
n
(Philosophy) philosophy the experiences and physical surroundings which an individual encounters and which hence determine the way in which that individual perceives the world
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A fuller appreciation of people's lifeworlds and informal economies, however, should challenge this view.
Their topics include reframing rigor as reasoning: challenging technocratic conceptions of rigor in management research, peer review and the production of scholarly knowledge: automated textual analysis of manuscripts revised for publication in Administrative Science Quarterly, when fieldwork hurts: on the lived experience of conducting research in unsettling contexts, for social reflexivity in organization and management theory, and when research and personal lifeworlds collide.
I argue that beauty is something understood within shared lifeworlds, and that aesthetic appreciation of food is hampered by fragmented lifeworlds between soil and farmer, farmer and consumer.
Different societies, whether past or present, can help us problematize and bracket the lifeworld concepts that are otherwise so totally engulfing for us, but only if we make a conscientious effort to understand the very different lifeworlds that these other societies possessed.
'True insights come from connecting the dots between data, observations, and even nonverbal cues, and relating these with the bigger realities of our consumers' lifeworlds and what's happening in the overall market.'
The tension between restrictions and expanded lifeworlds is another recurring theme.
Thus, we intend to navigate the intentionality gap which posits not only that there are different lifeworlds in the classroom, but there are differences in the way children and teachers make sense of writing as it exists in experience.
The content of any such norms inevitably comes from within cultural lifeworlds of participants in the discussion, while the validity of these norms, i.e.
The retentional (past) and protentional (future) consciousness of research participants' lived experiences structured their Lifeworlds in the community of social relationships significantly.
In this book the author engages a wide range of critical paradigms from Black Studies, queer theory, and sound studies to theology, continental philosophy, and performance studies to theorize the ways in which alternative or "otherwise" modes of existence can serve as disruptions against the marginalization of and violence against minoritarian lifeworlds and possibilities for flourishing.
Nguyen is a pioneering and important study that fills a lacuna in our knowledge of the lifeworlds and experiences of domestic workers in contemporary late-socialist Vietnam.