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All Departments 50 Documents 5 Researchers. Introductie in de presentietheorie. Meer gelijk dan eigen: Presentie en palliatieve zorg. Rpesentie Witness to the Lives of the Very Old. Een theorie van de presentie [A theory of presence]. Naar een sterke opvatting van professionaliteit. De welzijnsbureaucratie is gewelddadig, zo schrijft Andries Baart in zijn bekende boek Een theorie van de presentie Dat wil zeggen, dat een hulpverlener eerst met mensen Dat wil zeggen, dat een hulpverlener eerst met mensen gaat barbequen of voetballen en dan pas ontdekt wat er scheelt.
Eerst legt de werker een relatie en dan pas komen de kwesties bovendrijven, en niet andersom. Johan Bootsma heeft het edn boek van Baart kritisch gelezen en plaatst een aantal kanttekeningen.
In this article, the authors elucidate the methodology and phenomenology of empirically grounded ethics of care. Following up the original concern of care ethics to be rooted in the everyday life and in the concerns and insights of Following up the original concern of care ethics to be rooted in the everyday life and in the concerns and insights of professionals and of vulnerable and suffering persons, Baart and Timmerman propose a particular way of doing empirical research aimed at developing care-ethical theory to help promote and strengthen good practices of care.
Care ethics and policy
Without empirical research, ethics of care would not be able to do justice to the complexity, dynamics and emergent nature of care practices and to the perspective and knowledge of vulnerable and suffering human beings and their relatives. Theoretical and conceptual reflections are used in order to recognise particularly relevant and very complex details, to look more closely at what is seen, and also see what was unseen before. Empirical research is being carried out to repair and enlarge deficient concepts and to further develop theories of limited scope.
The normativity of the research findings and the developed concepts and theories emerge from three sources: Essential to their position is a the assumption that social reality is morally laden and b that every experience contains theory-in-nuce; c a procedure that helps to articulate the theoretical implications of the practice, and d a kind of ethical reflection that helps to articulate the moral ladenness of the social world. To elucidate their position, Baart and Timmerman present it in relation to discussions about grounded theory and discussions about empirical ethics.
Following the German sociologist Gesa Lindemann, they understand and pursue theoretical concepts as observational instruments. Empirically grounded ethics of care yields the specification and operationalisation of theories and theoretical concepts on the level of epistemological and observational assumptions and on the level of theory.
What it can deliver on the theoretical level is illustrated with a research project into attentiveness on an oncology ward and a research project into the hospital staff dealings with a difficult family.
The article ends with an outlook or a programme for empirically grounded ethics of care. In this article, the authors present the care-ethical theory of presence of Andries Baart and the practice of presence out of which this theory was developed.
They explain how the concept, practice and theory of presence provide answers They explain how the concept, practice and theory of presence provide answers to the question: What characterises certain activities which are regarded as essential in social, therapeutic, nursing and medical professions, and which have shown themselves as good and helpful in late modern society? As a further development of the theory of presence, they present their view as a presence-theoretical perspective on working with and for people.
The practice of presence was found, systematised and theoretically substantiated in a long-term qualitative study in the s by Andries Baart and his co-workers into a form of outreach pastoral care in deprived urban neighbourhoods in the Netherlands.
In this article, the authors claim that the practice of presence is relevant to all care, help and support in the fields of health care and social work and not only to pastoral care or care for residents of deprived urban neighbourhoods. In fact, they contend they believe that the practice of presence is at the heart of all good professional care, help and support.
Four of these components are sub-theories, about the situation of people, who experience themselves as socially redundant, a typology of the practices the workers offer, the practice of attunement to life-world and life-course, and the reception of the workers by their clients. The sixth component is a theory about normative-reflective professionalism.
This is phenomenologically reconstructed in the following ingredients of the request for help: Comparing these working principles with the five-phase model of Berenice Fisher and Joan Tronto, the authors conclude that their model is much more specified and richer in content. The article ends with a programme and an outlook regarding their presence-theoretical perspective on working with and for people. With this perspective, they aim to continue contributing to the further development of ethics of care.
In search of good care: Aiming at contributing to the tracing, promoting and maintaining of practices of good care, our care-ethical empirical research is a moral and ethical enterprise.
In this paper, we offer a proposition regarding the methodology of In this paper, we offer a proposition regarding the methodology of qualitative inquiry in ethics of care, and a standard against which its quality and rigor can be evaluated. We do this against the background of the intensive discussion about the methodology of empirical bioethical research and some discussion about the methodology of empirical research in care.
From the start of the ethics of care in the empirical research of Carol Gilligan, there has been critique of its methodology caused by misunderstandings concerning its aim and the nature of its claims. The qualitative inquiry we do, opens up and makes understandable what participants in practices of care are doing, refrain from and are undergoing. Our interest is a phenomenological one: What do those involved in the practice undergo and how pesentie they call that?
Participants in the researched practice, especially care-givers, are installed as co-researchers, with their own responsibilities. And we are interested in the development of theory. Because we want to study real presetnie complexity, our empirical data consist of extensive and comprehensive case descriptions.
For our research aim, the number of cases is not decisive, as long as the analysis of these cases provide deep enough theoretical insight into the studied practice. The validity and transferability of our research results are based on the rigor of the analysis, the innovative power of the developed theoretical concepts, predentie the approval the results get from the participants — not on the amount and representativeness of the cases.
This is a proposition in a much broader context, we can only outline in this paper. De een of de ander: Dat is nog een heel theoire Over het uitzieden en verdringen van praktische wijsheid in de gezondheidszorg.
Ethical sensitivity in practice: This article presents a discussion of the conceptual model of ethical sensitivity. Recent research pays little attention to the tacit dimension of ethical knowledge. We focus on care practices, drawing a distinction We focus on dde practices, drawing a distinction between explicit moral knowledge and tacit moral knowing.
This focus has far-reaching methodological consequences, influences the research design of empirical research and enables healthcare workers to discern both explicit and tacit knowing. This article draws on literature about tacit knowledge, practices and ethical sensitivity, covering publications from Data used in the illustrative cases were gathered in during the phenomenological phase of a multiple-case study.
Taking practices as the point of entry for exploring ethical sensitivity makes it possible to study empirically both explicit moral knowledge and tacit moral knowing. Given how relevant practical knowledge is, we aim to put forward a theoretical framework that leaves room for the discernment of this tacit moral knowing. Creating opportunities to reflect on daily ethical concerns in an inter-professional team can contribute to improvement on quality of care.
The broadened perspective on ethical sensitivity can be used as a heuristic device to discern what both explicit and implicit moral knowledge in care are preseentie. This empirical way of looking at care practices can enhance the awareness of the moral knowing of the professional caregiver.
Nog niet klaar met ‘voltooid leven’: Roep om publieke regeling komt te vroeg. Demarcation of the ethics of care as a discipline: This article aims to initiate a discussion on the demarcation of the ethics of care. This discussion is necessary because the ethics of care evolves by making use of insights from varying disciplines. As this involves the risk of As this involves the risk of contamination of the care ethical discipline, the challenge for care ethical scholars is to ensure to retain a distinct care ethical perspective.
This may be supported by an open and critical debate on the criteria and boundaries of the ethics of care. As a contribution, this article proposes a tentative outline of the care ethical discipline. What is characteristic of this outline is the emphasis on theoris programming, situation-specific and context-bound judgments, a political-ethical perspective, and empirical groundedness.
It is argued that the ethics of care is best developed further by means of an intradisciplinary approach. Two intradisciplinary examples show how within the frame of one discipline, other disciplines are tjeorie, both with their body of knowledge and their research methodology. Ads help cover our server costs.
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