Certification in Micro-phenomenology
The certification in Micro-phenomenology is a guarantee of competence in the micro-phenomenological interview and analysis techniques and their use in a research context. It is required to claim expertise in Micro-phenomenology in conferences or articles presenting research results.
The certification is provided by the International Society of Micro-phenomenology (being created).
The conditions for obtaining the certification are the following:
1) Micro-phenomenological interview training
Participation in an online or in person Micro-phenomenological interview training (35 – 40 hours)
Formulation of a research question and objective for the certification project.
Participation in a micro-phenomenological interview practice group (minimum five interviews as an interviewee and five as an interviewer).
Carrying out at least 15 additional interviews (which can be part of a research project)
Transcription and self-evaluation of five of these interviews according to the guidelines provided for this purpose.
Submission of a self-evaluated interview (video-recorded, transcribed), satisfying at least 70% of the quality criteria.
2) Micro-phenomenological analysis training
Participation in an online or in person Micro-phenomenological analysis training (35 – 40 hours)
Carrying out specific analyses of at least five interviews (which can be part of a research project), and the self-evaluation of these analyses according to the guidelines provided for this purpose.
Carrying out a generic analysis on the basis of these specific analyses.
Submission of a self-evaluated specific analysis and a self-evaluated generic analysis satisfying at least 70% of the quality criteria.
3) Research work
Performing a research work in Micro-phenomenology
Submission of a research report / article including:
- A presentation of the method and experiential protocol.
- A presentation and discussion of the results.
List of supervisors
Anne Remillieux <email@example.com> (French)
Camila Valenzuela <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Spanish, English, French)
Ema Demšar <email@example.com> (Slovene, English)
Emily Hammond <E.R.Hammond@exeter.ac.uk> (English)
Jeanne Catherine Gray <JCatherine@mymail.ciis.edu> (English)
Katrin Heimann <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Danish, English, German)
Bruna Petreca <email@example.com> (English, Portuguese)
Stefano Poletti <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Italian, French, English)
Magali Ollagnier-Beldame <email@example.com> (French)