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Suffering Beyond Negotiation: Towards a Biographic Perspective on Cooperative Design for Therapy [chapter]

Olav W. Bertelsen
2014 COOP 2014 - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, 27-30 May 2014, Nice (France)  
"Suffering" is discussed as a frame for enabling a subjective perspective to have a voice in design.  ...  in such an understanding is a biographic concept inspired by Strauss' concepts of suffering.  ...  Thanks to Karl Bertelsen Robak for comments on language, to Erik Grönvall for comments on this paper, to Susanne Bødker for comments on very early versions of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06498-7_10 dblp:conf/coop/Bertelsen14 fatcat:rsmzh5ginre7bdvaalyzciaghm

Negotiating professional and personal biographies in a liquid world: creating space for reflexive innovation in career counselling

Hazel Reid, Linden West
2016 British Journal of Guidance and Counselling  
We draw on previously reported research into practitioners' use of a narrative model for career counselling interviews in England and a Europe-wide auto/biographical narrative study of non-traditional  ...  to construct a career and a methodology for doing so.  ...  What is emphasised is the need for quality training for career professionals that goes beyond a 'one size fits all' approach and includes a developed understanding of a range of approaches suitable for  ... 
doi:10.1080/03069885.2016.1145014 fatcat:6c4hwpsbybb2rk2keg2b3dapj4

Negotiating a Transcultural Ethos from the Ground Up in a Basic Writing Program

Michael T. MacDonald, William DeGenaro
2017 Journal of Basic Writing  
To assure impartial review, include name(s), affiliation(s), mailing and e-mail addresses, and a short biographical note for publication on the cover page only.  ...  You will receive a confirmation of receipt; a report on the status of your submission will follow in eight to ten weeks.  ...  Perhaps working toward a shared vocabulary is one area in which, as a program, we could engage in a more explicit, sustained negotiation. use of a diverse array of "codes") and a productive negotiation  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2017.36.1.03 fatcat:47sclx2cabbbnhrs2spmnah7re

Negotiating masculine hegemony: female physical educators in an all-boys' school

Amanda Mooney, Chris Hickey
2012 Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education  
As part of this observation process, a videotape will be used to focus on the teacher's approaches taken throughout the lesson.  ...  This videotape will not be used for public purposes and it will be destroyed after the interview with the teacher.  ...  Therefore, this study needed to draw on a theoretical perspective that could reveal "new possibilities for understanding … which go beyond seeing girls [and women] primarily as 'disadvantaged' and socialised  ... 
doi:10.1080/18377122.2012.721726 fatcat:tp4wceeznbbkpligeul4dugzqi

Refusing Medication Therapy in Involuntary Inpatient Treatment—A Multiperspective Qualitative Study

Susanne Jaeger, Franziska Hüther, Tilman Steinert
2019 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
While patients and family members evaluated the refusal of medication from a biographical perspective, the mental health care professionals' focus was on the patients' symptoms, and they understood the  ...  situation from a professional perspective.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to express their thanks to all interview partners for their openness, and to all people who supported them in finding interview partners.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00295 pmid:31139098 pmcid:PMC6520436 fatcat:33v4vop2frgzhjzqpfgwysupl4

A Key? Conflict, and the Struggle for an Ecology of Dialogue, Learning and Peace among Israeli Jewish and Palestinian Educators [chapter]

2021 Discourses, Dialogue and Diversity in Biographical Research  
For Israeli Jews, the other can be perceived as a would-be terrorist, uncivilised and bringing danger to the democratic, metropolitan light of Israel.  ...  This chapter is about the potential for using auto/biographical narrative enquiry in teaching and research to build small ecologies of learning, healing, dialogue and peace across trauma, and profound  ...  We can get to a human core, as Said terms it, beyond binaries and blame, to common suffering; and the possibility of shared, fragile humanity given a narrative airing as a basis for some learning and maybe  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004465916_009 fatcat:mitegccwjje5ln7oqqmish4gfa

Health Literacy as Communicative Action—A Qualitative Study among Persons at Risk in the Context of Predictive and Preventive Medicine

Laura Harzheim, Mariya Lorke, Christiane Woopen, Saskia Jünger
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Drawing on empirical qualitative data, collected by means of narrative interviews with persons at risk in four clinical fields, a bottom-up ethnographic and health sciences perspective on health literacy  ...  The core outcome of our study is a concept for an overarching model of health literacy in the context of health-related risk prediction across indications, based on empirical insights gained through interpretative  ...  offers a new perspective on the development of instruments for measuring and promoting HL.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17051718 pmid:32151076 pmcid:PMC7084333 fatcat:2nspidogxzbyzmpxkv2dcws5r4

Doing Contrariness: Therapeutic Talk-In-Interaction in a Single Therapy Session With a Traumatized Child

Michael B. Buchholz, Timo Buchholz, Barbara Wülfing
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
for preserving or restoring the affiliative dimension of a relationship (in child therapy).  ...  Psychotherapy process researchers in adult therapy (Stiles et al., 2015) have found that therapists "invent" a new therapy for each patient (Norcross and Wampold, 2018).  ...  From a clinical perspective, a third layer of meaning could be offered via biographical interpretation here: Ina sees herself as "robbed" from her biological parents by her adoptive parents.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.545966 pmid:33995159 pmcid:PMC8120316 fatcat:y2thqn3inzg2vm4zqc3k7h2b6u

Illness Perception and Clinical Treatment Experiences in Patients with M. Maroteaux-Lamy (Mucopolysaccharidosis Type VI) and a Turkish Migration Background in Germany

Hansjörg Dilger, Linn Leissner, Lenka Bosanska, Christina Lampe, Ursula Plöckinger, Francesc Palau
2013 PLoS ONE  
Of the thirty-one patients registered in Germany, almost fifty percent have a Turkish migration background.  ...  Mucopolysaccharidosis VI (MPS VI) is an inherited lysosomal storage disease caused by a mutation of the gene for arylsulfatase B (ASB).  ...  Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge the genetic data provided for some of the patients by Prof. Dr. med. A. Gal, Institut für Humangenetik, Universität Hamburg, Germany. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0066804 pmid:23826140 pmcid:PMC3691296 fatcat:5zrnvxtepbdf5nr6nsqt6jawsy

An (Auto)Biographical Theologia Habitus - Futures Perspectives for the Workplace

JA Van Den Berg
2011 Acta Theologica  
negotiation of the meaning of a narrative interpretation in the development of an (auto)biographical theologia habitus for the future workplace.  ...  statistical description for the further statutory development of pastoral therapy -in a possible new design, presents a challenge.  ... 
doi:10.4314/actat.v30i1.66478 fatcat:qbvzekzp3jacrdbottnxkrukqa

Twelve Step Psychotherapy

Jonathan Fay
2017 Ata Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand  
Twelve step psychotherapy is a time-limited, cost-effective depth psychotherapy that was developed gradually over several years of practising therapy in a public outpatient mental health service setting  ...  Twelve step psychotherapy is structured as twelve discrete steps of one (two at most) session each.  ...  Without abandoning the values and principles of long-term therapy, a psychotherapy can be designed and refined that lasts approximately as long as clients are actually in therapy on average, estimated  ... 
doi:10.9791/ajpanz.2017.06 fatcat:y4f2pqhfuzfptd7k337y62krdi

Standardization meets stories: Contrasting perspectives on the needs of frail individuals at a rehabilitation unit

Bente Prytz Mjølstad, Anna Luise Kirkengen, Linn Getz, Irene Hetlevik
2013 International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being  
Methods: In the present study, nine Norwegian GPs were each interviewed about one of their patients who had recently been admitted to a nursing home for short-term rehabilitation.  ...  The GP's treatment opinions and the patient's biographical information and treatment preferences were condensed into a biographical record presented to the nursing home staff.  ...  Committee on Research in General Practice and ''Nidarosfondet til fremme av allmennmedisinen i Trøndelag'' (The Nidaros Fund for Support of General Practice in Trøndelag County).  ... 
doi:10.3402/qhw.v8i0.21498 pmid:24054352 pmcid:PMC3779788 fatcat:fybbcckk7rcnvoi3kdmcvhgl5e

Positional identities in educational transitions: connecting contemporary and future trajectories among multiethnic girls

Solveig Roth, Ola Erstad
2015 Ethnography and Education  
With regard to methodology, the research design is based on constructing biographic case histories (Thomson, 2009 ).  ...  My perspective on the shaping of individuals as gendered subjects draws, therefore, on a broad understanding of gender as a social relation system as well as a subjective and biographical one.  ...  Nielsen & Rudberg, 1989 )" Page 50, par. 4, line 5 "for one formal interview" "for one or two formal interview(s)" Page 76, par. 1, line 8 "dispositions" "(dis)positions" Article III: Roth, S. & Stuedahl  ... 
doi:10.1080/17457823.2015.1040044 fatcat:fedqkszhszhylls6wimlrimooa

Psychiatric Penguins

Gavin Miller
2015 History of the Human Sciences  
exerted on peer-review protocols; and the identification of a niche market in popular psychiatry, latterly of a politically radical flavour.  ...  The British mass-market publisher Penguin produced a number of texts on psychiatric topics in the period c. 1950-c.1980.  ...  Laing's publishing output from a book-historical perspective is to extend a body of research that moves beyond the personal, psychologized narratives of early biographers writing just a few years after  ... 
doi:10.1177/0952695115586121 fatcat:wxvlvhkgcjb5laugqboylzfi5a

Relational aesthetics: A duoethnographic research on feminism

Laura Formenti, Silvia Luraschi, Gaia Del Negro
2019 European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults  
This paper offers a frame to reflect on the role of aesthetics in the development of a critical pedagogy for social justice in adult education.  ...  In this respect, we share a common interest towards art as a fundamental human experience and a powerful trigger of learning.  ...  These four forms of knowing represent a tenet of cooperative inquiry and a basis for our dialogic pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.3384/rela.2000-7426.rela9144 fatcat:4agyxehs3jayhob6r62etztaie
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