Social innovation and spirituality are often associated with each other. This association is one the main reasons for this study, especially because it has not been studied very much. Therefore the goal of this study is to explore the different levels and aspects of spirituality in the field of social innovation to set them into relation with each other. In doing so this study wants to make a contribution to the area of spirituality in organizations as a sub-discipline of spirituality research and to management science.
Ivan Boszormenyi Nagy introduced with his contextual therapy a challenging theory into the world of family therapy. It is rooted in a relational ethical perspective on human relations and shifts the focus of therapy from pathology to evoking reciprocal care and a genuine dialogue, based on the conviction that inter‐human relations are resources for individual growth and health. This article presents a research project on the practice of the founder himself, to describe how the principles of the contextual theory and therapy can be integrated into concrete therapeutic interventions.
Ik heb dit boek met vaart en aandacht gelezen. Met vaart, omdat het boek goed is geschreven en uitnodigt om door te lezen. Met aandacht, omdat Elize Lam tot belangrijke bevindingen komt die ze goed onderbouwt en die ze dichtbij brengt. Als lezer raak je op een aangename manier betrokken.
This book is the newest addition to the Routledge series ‘Directions in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis’, which is dedicated to publishing the latest work on the study of human conduct and aptitudes, the (re)production of social orderliness and the methods and aspirations of the social sciences. Keel’s contribution fits perfectly with this aim, analysing interactions between parents and (young) children in the light of socialization theory.
Hoe meer etnische groepen op school, hoe groter de kans op ontregeling tijdens de les, blijkt uit promotieonderzoek. Maar er is hoop.