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Occupational therapy without borders ; pref. David Werner, Kit Sinclair

Publication: Edinburgh : Elsevier, 2005 - 2011 Description: 2 vols.ISBN: 978-0-443-07440-0 (vol. 1) | 978-07020-3103-8 (vol. 2)Contents note: Vol. 1: Learning from the spirit of survivors / ed. by Frank Kronenberg, Salvador Simó Algado, Nick Pollard . - 2005 . - XIX, 461 p. Vol. 2: Towards an ecology of occupation-based practices/ ed. by Frank Kronenberg, Nick Pollard, Dikaios Sakellariou .- 2011 .-XXV, 413 p Topical name: Terapia ocupacional | Medicina social | Marginalidade social | Ocupação social CDU: 615.851.3*O List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Índice
Contributors, p. VII
Foreword by David Werner, p. XI
Foreword by Kit Sinclair, p. XIII
Preface, p. XV
Acknowledgements, p. XVIII
1.Introduction: a beginning, p. 1
SECTION 1 Voices of survivors, p. 15
2. Once a street child, now a citizen of the world, p. 19
3. The right to be blind without being disabled, p. 31
4. Occupation under occupation: days of conflict and curfew in Bethlehem, p. 40
5. A beginner writer is not a beginner thinker, p. 46
SECTION 2 Philosophical and theoretical
arguments, p. 55
6. Overcoming occupational apartheid: a preliminary exploration of the political nature of occupational therapy, p. 58
7. Occupational therapy and the social field: clarifying concepts and ideas, p. 87
8. The art of occupational therapy: engaging hearts in practice, p. 99
9. A participatory occupational justice framework: population-based processes of practice, p. 110
10. Situated meaning: an issue of culture, inclusion, and occupational therapy, p. 127
11. Social occupational therapy: a socio-historical perspective, p. 140
12. The presence of child spirituality: surviving in a marginalizing world, p. 152
13. Challenges for occupational therapy in community-based rehabilitation: occupation in a community approach to handicap in development, p. 166
14. The Model of Human Occupation as a conceptual tool for understanding and addressing occupational apartheid, p. 183
15. Countering disability-related marginalization using three Canadian models, p. 197
16. The Kawa (river) model: nature, life flow, and the power of culturally relevant occupational therapy, p. 213
SECTION 3 Occupational therapy practice without borders, p. 229
17. Connecting health and social justice: a Lebanese experience, p. 232
18. Occupational therapy intervention with children survivors of war, p. 245
19. Occupational therapy with street children, p. 261
20. Practicing to learn: occupational therapy with the children of Viet Nam, p. 277
21. Voices Talk and Hands Write, p. 287
22. Transcending practice borders through perspective transformation, p. 302
23. Unlocking spirituality: play as a health-promoting occupation in the context of HIV/AIDS, p. 313
24. Inclusive education in Pakistan: an occupational therapist’s contribution to teacher education, p. 326
25. The return of the corn men: an intervention project with a Mayan community of Guatemalan retornos, p. 336
26. Muffled cries and occupational injustices in Japanese society, p. 351
27. The Occupational Therapy International Outreach Network: supporting occupational therapists working without borders, p. 361
SECTION 4 Critical education and research, p. 375
28. Reflections on occupational justice as a subtext of occupation-centered education, p. 378
29. Politics in occupational therapy education: a South African perspective, p. 390
30. The Metuia Project in Brazil: ideas
31. Occupational therapy education without borders, p. 414 and actions that bind us together, p. 402
32.Domestic worker’s narratives: transforming occupational therapy practice, p. 429
33. Participatory action research: creating new knowledge and opportunities for occupational engagement, p.440
Index, p. 455

Índice vol. 2
Foreword by Desmond Tutu, p. IX
Foreword by Marilyn Pattison, p. XI
Preface, p. XIII
Dedication, XVII
Acknowledgments, p. XIX
List of conthbutors, XXI
1 Introduction: courage to dance politics, p. 1
Section 1 Discourses without borders, p. 17
2 Pecket Learning Community, p. 19
3 Meeting the needs for occupational therapy in Gaza, p. 27
4 Manchester Survivors Poetry and the performance persona Rosie Lugosi, p. 33
5 Treating adolescent substance abuse through a perspective of occupational cultivation, p. 41
6 Occupational therapy in the social field: concepts and critical considerations, p. 47
7 An ethos that transcends borders, p. 57
8 Participatory Occupational Justice Framework (POJF 2010): enabling occupational participation and inclusion, p. 65
9 Situated meaning: a matter of cultural safety, inclusion,
and occupational therapy, p. 85
10 Spirituality in the lives of marginalized children, p. 93
11 The challenge for occupational therapy in Ásia: becoming an inclusive, relevant, and progressive profession, p. 103
12 Influencing social challenges through occupational performance, p. 113
13 (Re)habilitation and (re)positioning the powerful expert and the sick person, p. 123
14 Foucault, power, and professional identities, p. 133
15 Occupational therapists - permanent persuaders in
emerging roles?, p. 143
Section 2 Practices without borders, p. 153
16 Rebuilding lives and societies through occupation in post-conflict areas and highly marginalized settings, p. 155
17 The CETRAM community: building links for social change, p. 163
18 Community publishing: occupational narratives and 'local publics', p. 171
19 Enabling play in the context of rapid social change, p. 179
20 Natural disasters: challenging occupational therapists, p. 185
21 Ubuntourism: engaging divided people in post-apartheid South África, p. 195
22 Brazilian experiences in social occupational therapy, p. 209
23 From kites to kitchens: collaborative community-based occupational therapy with refugee survivors of torture, p. 217
24 Argentina: social participation, activities, and courses of action, p. 227
25 Crossing borders in correctional institutions, p. 235
26 Occupational apartheid and national parks: the Shiretoko World Heritage Site, p. 247
27 The Kawa (river) model: culturally responsive occupational therapy without borders, p. 257
28 Human occupation as a tool for understanding and promoting social justice, p. 269
29 A reflective journey and exploration of the human spirit, p. 279
30 PAR FORE: a community-based occupational therapy program, p. 285
Section 3 Education and research without borders, p. 293
31 Eastern European transition countries: capacity development for social reform, p. 295
32 Empowering learning environments for developing occupational therapy practice in the UK, p. 305
33 Nature of political reasoning as a foundation for engagement, p. 313
34 Research, community-based projects, and teaching as a sharing construction: the Metuia Project in Brazil, p. 321
35 From altruism to participation: bridging academia and
borderlands, p. 329
36 An occupational justice research perspective, p. 339
37 Domestic workers' narratives: transforming occupational
therapy practice, p. 349
38 Universities and the global change: inclusive communities, gardening, and citizenship, p. 357
39 An occupational perspective on participatory action research, p. 367
40 Researching to learn: embracing occupational justice to understand Cambodian children and childhoods, p. 375
41 Occupational injustice in Pakistani families with disabled children in the UK: a PAR study, p. 385
42 The occupation of city walking: crossing the invisible line, p. 393
Index, p. 399

Vol. 1: Learning from the spirit of survivors / ed. by Frank Kronenberg, Salvador Simó Algado, Nick Pollard . - 2005 . - XIX, 461 p. Vol. 2: Towards an ecology of occupation-based practices/ ed. by Frank Kronenberg, Nick Pollard, Dikaios Sakellariou .- 2011 .-XXV, 413 p.

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