Participatory Practice

Un libro in lingua di Margaret Ledwith Jane Springett edito da Policy Pr, 2010

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The term "participatory practice," as Ledwith (community development and social justice, U. of Cumbria, UK) and Springett (health promotion and public health, Liverpool John Moores U., UK) use it here, has community development at its heart and it involves "restoring the essence of our being through living cooperatively" and "developing projects that are founded on mutuality." It is also influenced by the pedagogy of Paulo Freire. In this text, they present a multi-dimensional model of participatory practice that understands participation as: practice, critical education, empowerment, theory, social justice, democracy, biodiversity, and worldview. They consider the place of participatory practice in a non-participatory world and explore skills related to participatory practice, such as the use of story, the role of dialogue, and critical reflection. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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