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Tervashonka, Ari J.; Suominen, Vesa. Systemaattisen analyysin hermeneuttinen teoria (SAH). Journal of International and Finnish Methodology. ISSN 2736-9641. Issue I (2020), ss. 42-75.

Systemaattisen analyysin hermeneuttinen teoria (SAH)

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Author: Tervashonka, Ari J.1; Suominen, Vesa2
Organizations: 1Itä-Suomen yliopisto
2Oulun yliopisto
Format: article
Version: published version
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Language: Finnish
Published: Suomalainen Metodologiayhdistys, 2020
Publish Date: 2021-01-19


Systematic analysis has been used more occasionally in the form of immanent text analysis, but this form has its limits in systematic theology and other sciences regarding qualitative research. In this article, the author introduces the use of hermeneutic theory in systematic analysis (SAH). This theory adds broader criteria for the use of systematic analysis in hermeneutical research. These additional criteria are needed because sources and valid techniques in hermeneutical research are more varied than in immanent studies. These forms or research has a different kind of source criteria. The gravity of this problem is multiplied even more if a hermeneutical research question has complexity that asks for the definite use of multiple sources that cannot be handled with the same criteria than in immanent studies.

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Series: Metodologia
ISSN: 2736-9641
ISSN-E: 2736-9641
ISSN-L: 2736-9641
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Pages: 42 - 75
Type of Publication: A1 Journal article – refereed
Field of Science: 518 Media and communications
Funding: Artikkeli on tehty Suomalaisen tiedeakatemian Eino Jutikkalan rahaston tuella.
Copyright information: © 2020 The Authors. CC-BY 4.0 creative commons licence.