Empathetic validity in practitioner research

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Dadds, Marion;

This paper examines the concept of empathetic validity, that is, the potential of practitioner research in its processes and outcomes to transform the emotional dispositions of people towards each other, such that greater empathy and regard are created. The paper argues... View more
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