Advances in Psychology Research Volume 57 by Alexandra M. Columbus, Rodolfo M. Antonello, David P.

By Alexandra M. Columbus, Rodolfo M. Antonello, David P. Austin, Sa'eed Bawa, Gabriel Bukobza

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Dialectical-Deconstructive Episteme Gideon, a 28 year- old man, has a Masters’s degree . Q: You described yourself as embodying contradictions. How do they relate to one another? A: Well, all these terms that we use are laden with so much meaning, and who knows if both of us share the same idea about what they really mean. Let’s see. , and then there are situations where I find myself laughing, acting crazy, and going wild. But here it is: In these moments of acting ridiculous, I feel that to a certain extent I’m actually extremely serious.

In this method the interviewer asks questions about a certain knowledge domain, in order to understand how this domain is constructed in the mind of the person. Following a stimulus in the form of self-report in the SC section, and cultural dilemmas in the CC section, participants were asked to reason about their personal conceptualizations in each of the two domains. The interview consisted of a battery of questions on which the 16 Gabriel Bukobza interviewer was free to improvise according to the nature of the interview.

An elaborate example of this process appears in the Results section. The final score for the whole interview was based on the aggregate scores given for all categories, and on the rater’s comprehensive evaluation. Because participants did not always exhibit an ideal and whole epistemic stance, a grid system was used (Kegan, 1982). Coders could score an interview as representing a complete episteme, or a transitional one. The transitional epistemes divided into two groups. In the first, a dominant epistemic orientation was identified together with weak but significant expressions of another episteme.

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