Overall, I feel this is possibly the best work I have seen on this type of a dissertation. It is clear and concise as well as complete in mechanics.
It seems to make writing a phenomenological study more accessible by offering pathways to students.
It is well-informed, driven by experience and authoritatively written and yet leaves room for others to write their own. It is quite a feat.
While this book conforms with others in the domain of phenomenological research is it superior in many respects; chiefly the author's sound knowledge transfer of philosophy to methods; the fit between conceptual basic assumptions and object of research study; and clarity without sacrificing complexity.
The key strengths are the attempt to provide a systematic understanding of the process from A to Z with a specific focus on phenomenology. This text will be useful and versatile for student locked in to phenomenology.
The research methodology reflects my academic training and interests.