Critical dialogical approach: A methodological direction for occupation-based social transformative work

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Farias, Lisette; Laliberte Rudman, Debbie; Pollard, Nicholas; Schiller, Sandra; Serrata Malfitano, Ana Paula; Thomas, Kerry; van Bruggen, Hanneke;

Background:\ud Calls for embracing the potential and responsibility of occupational therapy to \ud address socio-political conditions that perpetuate occupational injustices have materialized in \ud the literature. However, to reach beyond traditional frameworks informi... View more
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