Publication of Phenomenology of Practice in Practice is an initiative of the group of researchers based in Klaipėda University, Vytautas Magnus University and Kolping University of Applied Sciences in Lithuania who have a research interests in qualitative phenomenological inquiries. This journal/collection of articles collects the research work gathered at first international scientific-practical phenomenological conference and workshop "Phenomenology of Practice in Practice. International Interdisciplinary Conference of Phenomenological Research in Human Sciences". This event provided the arena for professionals and academics from different human science areas including education, philosophy, business, nursing, social work, psychology and others to share experiences and challenges of using phenomenology of practice in their research.
Phenomenology of Practice in Practice seeks to promote the development of phenomenological research in Lithuania through the dissemination of the most recent scholarly work and to make it accessible to both novice and experienced researchers. This journal/collection of articles will be an reliable introduction for all scholars, students and practitioners with this movement of phenomenology of practice. In the area of Lithuanian Scientific Journals published by universities and other organizations Phenomenology of Practice in Practice will be the first qualitative research journal dealing with a profoundly reflective inquiry into human meaning.
This journal/collection of articles covers the topics as phenomenology of gender in social work, validity and reliability in phenomenological research, phenomenology and pedagogy, lived experience of learning in culturally diverse groups, taxonomy of moods, phenomenology of migration and others. The main factor that holds these diverse research interests of authors together is the commitment to phenomenology as a research methodology and influence of phenomenological movement from its origins in Husserl to exploration of phenomenological methods for the human sciences of Max van Manen.