Using Qualitative Research to investigate mid-life crisis

Date: 23 November 2019
Location: London

November 23rd, London

10:00am – 5pm

As part of the Kepler Day of Research into Astrology

Faye’s paper covers the ‘why’ of astrological research and claims that one reason to carry out research is to learn more about astrological techniques. By investigating  a critical point associated with mid-life crisis in the Huber Life Clock technique as an example, this study asks: could narrative research be a viable option to deepen our knowledge? Using clients’ written accounts and interviews as sources, Faye will suggest a way this type of research can be used to investigate any astrological technique and asks whether this qualitative method could assist in raising the image of astrology.

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