コミュニケーション、関係とケア:読本<br>Communication, Relationships and Care : A Reader

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コミュニケーション、関係とケア:読本
Communication, Relationships and Care : A Reader

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 320 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415326605
  • DDC分類 302.34

基本説明

Focusing on: concepts and contexts; analysing aspects of communication; the person in the process; and communication and relationships in organisations.

Full Description


Communication and relationships have become an increasing focus of attention in debates about the future of health and social care. People working in care services are being encouraged to improve communication processes, to develop more participatory relationships with service users, and to work more closely in partnership with other professionals. This Reader provides a comprehensive collection of literature that aims to enable those involved in care services, as workers, carers or service users, to reflect on their everyday interactions and to situate them in wider contexts. Including new material from the frontline of research and practice, as well as some classic readings, this wide-ranging volume emphasises the need to see interpersonal communication as embedded in relationships, and to take account of issues of power and diversity, as well as the emotional dimension of care work. Covering both health and social care, the Reader is divided into four sections, focusing on:* concepts and contexts* analysing aspects of communication* the person in the process* communication and relationships in organisations.Communication, Relationships and Care will be an essential resource for students of social work, nursing, health and social policy, and for all involved in health and social care services, whether as professionals, carers or service users. It is a set book for the Open University's second level undergraduate course Communication and Relationships in Health and Social Care (K205).

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       1  (4)
MARTIN ROBB
PART I Concepts and contexts 5 (84)
Introduction 5 (84)
MARTIN ROBB
1 Communicating humans ... but what does 7 (7)
that mean?
RUTH FINNEGAN
2 Relationship-based social policy: 14 (9)
personal and policy constructions of 'care'
JEANETTE HENDERSON AND LIZ FORBAT
3 Giving voice to the lifeworld. More 23 (11)
humane, more effective medical care? A
qualitative study of doctor-patient
communication in general practice
CHRISTINE A. BARRY, FIONA A. STEVENSON,
NICKY BRITTEN, NICK BARBER AND COLIN P.
BRADLEY
4 Life choices: making antenatal screening 34 (9)
decisions
CAROL KOMAROMY AND ANGELA RUSSELL
5 Experience and meaning of user 43 (12)
involvement: some explorations from a
community mental health project
CAROLE TRUMAN AND PAMELA RAINE
6 Cultural and historical origins of 55 (8)
counselling
JOHN McLEOD
7 Communication culture: issues for health 63 (11)
and social care
DEBORAH CAMERON
8 Postmodernism and the teaching and 74 (10)
practice of interpersonal skills
HELEN JESSUP AND STEVE ROGERSON
9 Practising reflexivity 84 (5)
CAROLYN TAYLOR AND SUSAN WHITE
PART II Analysing aspects of communication 89 (88)
Introduction 89 (3)
CAROL KOMAROMY
10 The smoke and mirrors of empowerment: a 92 (8)
critique of user-professional partnership
CHRISTINE DESCOMBES
11 Feeling powerless: therapists battle for 100(10)
control
LINDA FINLAY
12 Beliefs, values and intercultural 110(11)
communication
LENA ROBINSON
13 Men talking about fatherhood: discourse 121(10)
and identities
MARTIN ROBB
14 Anti-oppressive practice 131(8)
BEVERLEY BURKE AND PHILOMENA HARRISON
15 Narrative analysis and illness experience 139(9)
RICHARD GWYN
16 Preparing for linguistically sensitive 148(9)
practice
RICHARD PUCH
17 Embarrassment, social rules and the 157(10)
context of body care
JOCALYN LAWLER
18 Technology, selfhood and physical 167(10)
disability
DEBORAH LUPTON AND WENDY SEYMOUR
PART III The person in the process 177
Introduction 177(2)
ANITA ROGERS
19 The necessary and sufficient conditions of 179(15)
therapeutic personality change
CARL R. ROGERS
20 Compassion fatigue: how much can I give? 194(4)
PETER HUGGARD
21 Do virtues have a role in the practice of 198(11)
counselling?
ANN GALLAGHER
22 Are there universal human being skills? 209(6)
RICHARD NELSON-JONES
23 To communicate and engage: relevant 215(5)
counselling skills
JANET SEDEN
24 Disability and communication: listening is 220(15)
not enough
SALLY FRENCH AND JOHN SWAIN
25 Caring presence: a case study 235(13)
JOAN ENGEBRETSON
26 The sociology of emotion as a way of seeing 248(11)
ARLIE RUSSELL HOCHSCHILD
27 Divisions of emotional labour: disclosure 259(11)
and cancer
NICKY JAMES
28 Rediscovering unpopular patients: the 270(12)
concept of social judgement
MARTIN JOHNSON AND CHRISTINE WEBB
29 Steven 282
VALERIE SINASON