Mother Flow in Writing


I was told that the following passage was choppy and a mother flow in writing was needed:


An objective of Husserl’s phenomenology is for the researcher to refrain from personal persuasion by using an “epoche or bracketing” method as individual described his or her experience regarding the phenomena (Creswell, 2007, p. 59). One reason bracketing is essential to a phenomenological study is to help deter the researcher’s opinion from interfering with the participants point of view (Rubin & Rubin, 2005). A qualitative design with a phenomenological approach might require time to analyze; however, learning through the stories of the participants may provide the most authentic data to analyze the phenomenon (Merriam & Associates, 2002). The findings from the stories revealed insights into how to strengthen the current reading program at the local school; the findings may have the potential to help other schools with reading barriers. 


What is the mother flow in writing?

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asked Aug 06 '12 at 21:39 Bridget Gainous New member

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