Poetic Forms and Structures in Qualitative Health Research
In this article, the author explores the uses of poetic forms in qualitative health research, analyzing the matically a poem written from a patient's perspective of being treated in an emergency room. From the themes identified, he created two â€œresearch poemsâ€ using two formal poetic structures: the French-Malaysian pantoum, and the Japanese-inspired American tanka. The author contextualizes this research through an exploration of the arts and poetry as qualitative research.
Qualitative Health Research
Furman, Rich, "Poetic Forms and Structures in Qualitative Health Research" (2006). Social Work Publications. 245.
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