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Q0St. Paul University Manila (St.

Paul University System)

Dear Respondents,

Greetings of peace! We, the BSN 4 students, are conducting a research paper entitled, "Challenges faced by the selected BSN students in conducting a Phenomenological Research Study."

In this regard, may we request you to answer our self made questionnaire to be included in our pre-testing. Rest assured that everything that would be written here would be kept confidential.

Thank you for your cooperation and God bless you!

The Researchers:

____________________ Mendoza, Maria Trisha S. Fenella F. Cel. No: 09069363234 Trishmendoza25@yahoo.com edra1688@rocketmail.com

______________________ Panuelos, Edra Cel. No.:09174467057

____________________ Quintao, Nicole Pauline L. Cel. No.: 09065004918

______________________ Suay, Ashley Marie S. Cel. No.: 09164359307

paulinequintao@yahoo.com twentyeight_ashley_28@yahoo.com

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------* Challenges - an operational definition of the activities of phenomenological research study where BSN students and the research advisers perceive difficulty doing with. * Phenomenon - an occurrence, circumstance, or fact that is perceptible by the senses. * Phenomenology - is concerned with the study of experience from the perspective of the individual, taken-for-granted assumptions and usual ways of perceiving.

Questionnaire Instruction: Check the number corresponding to your answer with: 4 - Strongly agree 3 - Agree 2 - Disagree 1 - Strongly disagree PART I 30 respondents. Likerts scale. Weighted mean computed

Activities In Phenomenological Qualitative Research Study Identifying the Phenomenon 1. I find it challenging to identify a research problem from a day-to-day existence. 2. I find it challenging to understand human experiences. 3. I find it challenging to select a phenomenon that would add facts to

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the field of Nursing. 4. I find it challenging to choose a phenomenon that would be beneficial for our practice. Structuring the Study 1. I find it challenging to formulate a phenomenological research questions. 2. I find it challenging to set aside personal biases. 3. I find it challenging to conceptualize a phenomenological framework. 4. I find it challenging to identify the scope and limitation of the phenomenological study. Data Gathering 1. I find it challenging to record the data that I have gathered during the interview. 2. I find it challenging to schedule a time convenient for both the participants and the researchers. 3. I find it challenging to determine if saturation has been achieved. 4. I find it challenging to assure my participants that they are not being studied. Data Analysis 1. I find it challenging to identify techniques available for phenomenological data analysis. 2. I find it challenging to thoroughly read the entire transcription of the participants description. 3. I find it challenging to specify the significant phrases in each thought segment with the use of the words of the participants. 4. I find it challenging to group together the segments that contain similar central meanings for each participants Describing the Findings 1. I find it challenging to understand the detailed descriptive language used to

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PART II Agree
1. Phenomenological method is a process of learning

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and constructing the meaning of human experience through intensive dialogue with persons who are living the experience. 2. Variety of methods can be used in phenomenological-based research such interviews, conversations, participant observation, action research, focus meetings and analysis of personal texts. 3. The purpose of the phenomenological approach is to illuminate the specific, to identify phenomena through how they are perceived by the actors in a situation. 4. I communicated well during interview in the data gathering. 5. I utilized different strategies in gathering data. 6. I established rapport to my respondents. 7. I practice confidentiality with the phenomenological information gathered from the respondents. 8. I had patience in conducting a phenomenological research study. 9. Since I knew the area where I find it difficult, I exerted time and effort on that part.

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PART I Activities In Phenomenological Qualitative Research Study Identifying the Phenomenon 1. My advisory group finds it challenging to identify a research problem from a day-to-day existence. 2. My advisory group finds it challenging to understand human experiences. 3. My advisory group finds it challenging to select a phenomenon that would add facts to the field of Nursing. 4. My advisory group finds it challenging to choose a phenomenon that would be beneficial for their practice. Structuring the Study 1. My advisory group finds it challenging to formulate a phenomenological research questions. 2. My advisory group finds it challenging to set aside personal biases. 3. My advisory group finds it challenging to conceptualize a phenomenological framework. 4. My advisory group finds it challenging to identify the scope and limitation of the phenomenological study. Data Gathering 1. My advisory group finds it challenging to record the data that they have gathered during the interview. 2. My advisory group finds it challenging to schedule a time convenient for both the participants and the 4 1.3 1.4 1.6 2.1 3 1.5 1.5 1.4 .8 2 .2 .1 .2 .4 1 .06 .06 0 0 3.2 3.06 3.06 3.2 3.3 2.3 3.1 2.86 .03 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1

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researchers. 3. My advisory group finds it challenging to determine if saturation has been achieved. 4. My advisory group finds it challenging to assure their participants that they are not being studied. Data Analysis 1. My advisory group finds it challenging to identify techniques available for phenomenological data analysis. 2. My advisory group finds it challenging to thoroughly read the entire transcription of the participants description. 3. My advisory group finds it challenging to specify the significant phrases in each thought segment with the use of the words of the participants. 4. My advisory group finds it challenging to group together the segments that contain similar central meanings for each participants Describing the Findings 1. My advisory group finds it challenging to understand the detailed descriptive language used to convey the meaning of the lived experiences. 2. My advisory group finds it challenging to interpret findings that have different central views. Part II

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