Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/626
Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Sargautytė, Rūta
Title: Agnės Matulaitės daktaro disertacijos „Kai „tavo kūnas tiesiog išprotėja“: įkūnytas nėštumo patyrimas (socialiniai mokslai, psichologija 06S)“ recenzija
Other Title: Review of Agne Matulaite‘s doctoral dissertation “Your body just goes bananas”: embodied experience of pregnancy (social sciences, psychology 06S)
Is part of: International journal of psychology: a biopsychosocial approach, 2014, [Vol.] 14, p. 151-155
Date: 2014
Abstract: The author of the review appreciates much the courage and innovativeness to use the qualitative methodology in the study of embodied experience in women during pregnancy and the postpartum year. The biopsychosocial approach here is enriched with the cultural aspects which could be more elaborated, however. The detailed description of 6 women’s experience has been achieved by skillful application of the Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. The bodily experience in pregnancy occurred to be dynamic, complex and firmly embedded in women’s life-world. Although the structure of the dissertation is not very traditional, it looks reasonable and matches the requirements of the method applied. The results of the research are valuable and promising. The study provides insights into the lived experience that may be useful in psychological theory and in practice when working with women at this important transitional life stage. 
Internet: https://eltalpykla.vdu.lt/1/626
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/626
Appears in Collections:International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach / Tarptautinis psichologijos žurnalas: biopsichosocialinis požiūris 2014, [vol.] 14

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