Care Professions and Globalization

Theoretical and Practical Perspectives
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9781137376480
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eBook
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271
Autor:
A. González
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PDF
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Englisch
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This volume presents an extended reflection on human dependency and the need to 'care' and be 'cared for'. Philosophers, theologians, social theorists, economists, and professional caregivers to discuss the challenges of professional caregiving, analyzing how societies can promote relationships in which individuals can give and receive 'care'.
Acknowledgements A Note on the Social Trends Institute Notes on Contributors Introduction: The Challenges of 'Care'; Ana Marta González and Craig Iffland Theoretical Perspectives 1. The Completion of Care - With Implications for a Duty to Receive Care Graciously; Eva Feder Kittay 2. Carefree in Barcelona; David H. Smith 3. 'Moved by the Suffering of Others': Using Aristotelian Theory to Think about Care; Kim Redgrave 4. Social Contract Theory and Moral Agency: Understanding the Roots of an Uncaring Society; Melissa Moschella 5. Emotional Work and Care as Relationship: some Particularities and Consequences; Alejandro García Practical Perspectives 6. Socio-Economic Impact of the Work of the Home; M. Sophia Aguirre 7. Working in the ICU: A Study on the Normalization of Tension in Health Care Provision; Ambrogia Cereda 8. Professionalizing Care - a Necessary Irony? Some Implications of the 'Ethics of Care' for the Caring Professions and Informal Caring; Richard Hugman 9. Domestic Work: Judgments and Biases Regarding Mundane Tasks; María Pía Chirinos 10. The Moral Sense of Nursing Care; Mercedes Pérez 11. A Professional Perspective on End of Life Care; Carlos Centeno
This volume presents an extended reflection on human dependency and the need to 'care' and be 'cared for'. Philosophers, theologians, social theorists, economists, and professional caregivers to discuss the challenges of professional caregiving, analyzing how societies can promote relationships in which individuals can give and receive 'care'.

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