The Resource Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : social justice as praxis, edited by Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, and Peggy L. Chinn, (electronic resource)

Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : social justice as praxis, edited by Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, and Peggy L. Chinn, (electronic resource)

Label
Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : social justice as praxis
Title
Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing
Title remainder
social justice as praxis
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, and Peggy L. Chinn
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This anthology presents the philosophical and practice perspectives of nurse scholars whose works center on promoting nursing research, practice, and education within frameworks of social justice and critical theories. Social justice nursing is defined by the editors as nursing practice that is emancipatory and rests on the principle of praxis which is practice aimed at attaining social justice goals and outcomes that improve health experiences and conditions of individuals, their communities, and society. There is a lack in the nursing discipline of resources that contain praxis approaches and there is a need for new concepts, models, and theories that could encompass scholarship and practice aimed at purposive reformation of nursing, other health professions, and health care systems. Chapters bridge critical theoretical frameworks and nursing science in ways that are understandable and useful for practicing nurses and other health professionals in clinical settings, in academia, and in research. In this book, nurses' ideas and knowledge development efforts are not limited to problems and solutions emerging from the dominant discourse or traditions. The authors offer innovative ways to work towards establishing alternative forms of knowledge, capable of capturing both the roots and complexity of contemporary problems as distributed across a diversity of people and communities. It fills a significant gap in the literature and makes an exceptional contribution as a collection of new writings from some of the foremost nursing scholars whose works are informed by critical frameworks"--
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
362.14
Index
index present
LC call number
RT86.5
LC item number
.P55 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Routledge studies in health and social welfare
Series volume
11
Label
Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : social justice as praxis, edited by Paula N. Kagan, Marlaine C. Smith, and Peggy L. Chinn, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
SECTION I Philosophical and Theoretical Considerations: Innovative Frameworks for Health -- 1 Problematizing Social Justice Discourses in Nursing --2 Towards an "Ethics of Discomfort" in Nursing: Parrhesia as Fearless Speech -- 3 Compassion, Biopower, and Nursing -- 4 Social/Moral Justice from a Caring Science Cosmology -- 5 No Hiding Place: The Search for Impermeable Boundaries -- 6 Nursing as Social Justice: A Case for Emancipatory Disciplinary Theorizing -- SECTION II Research Methodologies and Practices: Critical New Knowledge Development -- 7 Community-Based Collaborative Action Research: Giving Birth to Emancipatory Knowing -- 8 Social Justice Nursing and Children's Rights: A Realist and Postmodern Intersectional Feminist Analysis of Nurses' Reflections on Child Risk and Protection within Domestic Violence -- 9 The Identity, Research, and Health Dialogic Interview: Its Significance for Social Justice-Oriented Research -- 10 Critical Research Methodologies and Social Justice Issues: A Methodological Example Using Photovoice -- SECTION III Pedagogy of Praxis: Teaching for Social Justice -- 11 Social Justice: From Educational Mandate to Transformative Core Value -- 12 Anti-Colonial Pedagogy and Praxis: Unraveling Dilemmas and Dichotomies -- 13 "And That's Going to Help Black Women How?": Storytelling and Striving to Stay True to the Task of Liberation in the Academy -- 14 Social Justice in Nursing Pedagogy: A Postcolonial Approach to American Indian Health -- 15 Human Violence Interventions: Critical Discourse Analysis Praxis -- 16 Teaching, Research, and Service Synthesized as Postcolonial Feminist Praxis -- SECTION IV Critical Practice Approaches and Methodologies -- 17 Cultivating Relational Consciousness in Social Justice Practice -- 18 Facilitating Humanization: Liberating the Profession of Nursing from Institutional Confinement on Behalf of Social Justice -- 19 Promoting Social Justice and Equity by Practicing Nursing to Address Structural Inequities and Structural Violence -- 20 Military Sexual Trauma and Nursing Practice in the Veterans Administration -- 21 Through a Socio-political Lens: The Relationship of Practice, Education, Research, and Policy to Social Justice -- 22 A Passion in Nursing for Justice: Toward Global Health Equity
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ocn884017468
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1 online resource (xvi, 343 pages)
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online
Isbn
9781306973953
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Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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c
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628646
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  • (OCoLC)884017468
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