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David Rehorick, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Human & Organizational Development
Vancouver, BC, Canada
PhD, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada 1974.
Areas of Instruction
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Honors and Awards
Other Professional Activities
Areas of Instruction:
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
Qualitative research methodologies (with particular emphasis on phenomenology, interpretive studies, narrative)
Interpersonal relations and personality (applications of Enneagram system)
Human development and consciousness
Cross-cultural studies of higher education
Sociology of culture, music, and Eastern religions.
Honors and Awards:
Honorary Rank, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, The University of New Brunswick, conferred at Encaenia, May 29, 2008.
2005 University Teaching Scholar, University of New Brunswick, selected by committee of the Vice-President Academic and ratified by the Board of Governors, 3-year term.
1995 Instructional Leadership Award, presented by the Canadian Association of Atlantic Universities, September 1995 (a singular regional award among nineteen institutions of higher education).
Allan P. Stuart Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of New Brunswick. Elected by Senate Quality of Teaching Committee, and awarded at Encaenia, May 1984. (one-time career award).
Rehorick, David Allan & Bentz, Valerie Malhotra (eds.), Transformative Phenomenology: Changing Ourselves, Lifeworlds and Professional Practice. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books (a division of Rowman & Littlefield), June 2008, 250pp.
"Transformative Phenomenology: A Scholarly Scaffold for Practitioners." (with V. Bentz), in D. Rehorick and V. Bentz (eds.) Transformative Phenomenology: Changing Ourselves, Lifeworlds, and Professional Practice. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2008, pp. 3-31.
"Male Experiences of Pregnancy: Bridging Phenomenological and Empirical Insights." (with L. Nugent), in D. Rehorick and V. Bentz (eds.) Transformative Phenomenology: Changing Ourselves, Lifeworlds, and Professional Practice. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2008, pp. 33-39.
Rehorick, David & Taylor, Gail. Creating Renaissance College: An Experiential Record. Fredericton, N.B.: Distributed through Renaissance College, ISBN 1-55131-067-8, 51pp. (qualitative research study on the origin and development of Renaissance College), March 2001
"The Place of Max Weber in the Post-Structure Writings of Talcott Parsons." (with William Buxton), In A. Javier Trevino (ed.), Talcott Parsons Today: His Theory and Legacy in Contemporary Sociology. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001 pp. 29 - 59
"Risk to React, Then Commit: QuickWrite as an Integrated Classroom Learning Strategy." (with Bill Perry), Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2001, pp. 69-85
"Teaching Phenomenologically." (ed.) Special Issue, Views and Reviews, Human Studies, Vol. 18, October 1995. "The Phenomenology of 'Doing' Phenomenology: The Experience of Teaching and Learning Together" by Francine Hultgren, and "Thoughtful Incoherence: First Encounters with the Phenomenological-Hermeneutical Domain" by David Rehorick & Gail Taylor, pp. 367-414
Shaking the Foundations of Lifeworld: A Phenomenological Account of an Earthquake Experience." Human Studies, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1986, pp. 379-391
Other Professional Activities:
Professor of Sociology (1974-2007), The University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada.
Founding faculty and first Director of International Internships, Renaissance College (first undergraduate leadership studies program in Canada), 2001-04.
Founding faculty and Fellow in Comparative Culture, Miyazaki International College, Japan (1994-97).
Senior Research Associate, Boston University, 1980-81.
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