On Ethical (In)Decisions Experienced by Parents of Infants in Neonatal Intensive Care by Michael A. van Manen
I was writing my job growth plan for the next quarter, and I wanted to site the Manen research about decision making as a readable peace of phenomenological research. And I figured out, that I do not have the link to it on the blog, or at least not in a way, that I could easily find it. So I am adding this here as the bookmark.
It talks about how people make a life-changing decisions for the newborns. And it is a good example that shows the real decision making. Unlike the economical models, that some want to sale as the realistic description of decision making (it is not).