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Mourning The Dreams

Author: Claudia Malacrida
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315424312
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Mourning the Dreams is an accessible and moving account of parents’ experiences of grief and recovery after losing an infant during pregnancy, childbirth, or within the first month of life. Drawing from the sociology of emotions, health research and psychology, her own experience, and a range of qualitative methods, Claudia Malacrida finds that bereaved parents not only grieve their child and its unrealized potential, but often find their personal experiences are at odds with social forces and prevailing assumptions about the nature of their loss and how they should react to is. She explores the meanings parents create as they face denial, silence, and other reactions from friends, family, communities, coworkers, the medical community, and even within spousal relationships. She also describes the courage and creativity of parents who create and negotiate meanings that help them grieve, recover, and manage relationships.

Reuben S Fall

Author: Sheri L Leafgren
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315420805
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This study offers a lens on two kindergarten classrooms, examining moments of disobedience as children interacted with children, their teachers, and the space and time elements of the classroom environments. Through Eisner’s educational criticism, author Sherry Leafgren also examines the elements of school, kindergarten and teachers within the spaces of their intersections with the children. While past research has directed our attention to addressing the problem of classroom disobedience, Leafgren provides an opportunity and means to view these familiar actions through fresh lenses of possibilities. Predicated by an event in the researcher’s teaching life, she utilizes Deleuze and Guattari’s rhizoanalysis to openly seek lateral paths of understanding by linking and folding the findings with texts other than those that would be normally used toward developing new understandings and questions regarding children’s disobediences. An earlier version of this book was awarded the distinguished dissertation award from the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology.

Speaking Out

Author: Linde Zingaro
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315419912
Size: 71.55 MB
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Many professionals in health, education, and community service roles are caught in a particular bind of identity—they live in a complex social borderland of credibility and professional authority while experiencing or having experienced the same discrimination, violence or trauma that they are committed to conquering. For some, the disclosure of their own stories of marginalization has become a tool for advocacy, for telling a larger truth; for others, self-disclosure is a more personal action, intended to assist isolated others in developing trust and connection. Linde Zingaro, a lifelong social service worker and activist, interviewed several colleagues who have chosen to speak out in this way, talking with them about their ethics and intentions, and collaborating to identify some of the risks of negative personal and professional consequences for the practitioner. She uses their voices—and her own—to illustrate some of the ways that these people have learned to safely and effectively use the transformative potential of storytelling as significant social action. This examination of speaking out as a meaningful social practice may help other workers, activists, and community researchers in their efforts to be heard in the interests of a more just society.

Was Ist Tod

Author: Etan Boritzer
Publisher: epubli
ISBN: 3737561486
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Was ist Tod? stellt Kindern die verschiedenen Auffassungen von Tod, Verlust und Trauer vor. Das Buch geht behutsam und in ruhigem Ton, aber auch offen und nüchtern, auf die natürliche kindliche Neugier ein - bei einem der größten Mysterien des Lebens. Während Toleranz und Verständnis für verschiedene Einstellungen zu Tod und Sterben in der Welt reflektiert werden, erhalten Kinder Hoffnung und Ermutigung, das Leben zu umarmen.