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Challenging practice discourse dichotomies: A view from alternative and orthodox practices

Chapter


Abstract


  • Each of us has our own ways of thinking, learning and understanding. These individual differences are largely socially constructed and are evident in all aspects of our lives, including our professional practices. Even those who belong to the same profession do not necessarily share the same discourse, such is the influence of individual histories on how we understand and approach our professions and our work with clients or patients.

Publication Date


  • 2016

Citation


  • Grace, S. & Cooper, L. (2016). Challenging practice discourse dichotomies: A view from alternative and orthodox practices. In J. Higgs & F. Trede (Eds.), Professional Practice Discourse Marginalia (pp. 137-144). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Book Title


  • Professional Practice Discourse Marginalia

Start Page


  • 137

End Page


  • 144

Abstract


  • Each of us has our own ways of thinking, learning and understanding. These individual differences are largely socially constructed and are evident in all aspects of our lives, including our professional practices. Even those who belong to the same profession do not necessarily share the same discourse, such is the influence of individual histories on how we understand and approach our professions and our work with clients or patients.

Publication Date


  • 2016

Citation


  • Grace, S. & Cooper, L. (2016). Challenging practice discourse dichotomies: A view from alternative and orthodox practices. In J. Higgs & F. Trede (Eds.), Professional Practice Discourse Marginalia (pp. 137-144). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Book Title


  • Professional Practice Discourse Marginalia

Start Page


  • 137

End Page


  • 144