A young Canadian care ethicist Benjamin Miller (Ottawa, now Toronto) deals with an issue, relatively undertheorized in care ethics: care and the law. Continue reading Theorizing legal needs: Towards a caring legal system
Surveillance technologies (ST) such as video surveillance, GPS tags and movement sensors are increasingly being used in residential care for vulnerable people, even though they raise various concerns. What does morally good care with surveillance technologies entail? Continue reading Alistair Niemeijer about his PhD thesis ‘Surveilling Autonomy, Securing Care’
Professor Parvati Raghuram (Geography and Migration at the Open University, UK) has written a paper about the Ethics of Care called “Dis-locating care ethics: race, place and geography”. Continue reading Call for comments! Care Ethics and Geography
Inge van Nistelrooij will defend her PhD-thesis on ‘Sacrifice. A care-ethical reappraisal of sacrifice and self-sacrifice’ at the University of Humanistic Studies (Utrecht, the Netherlands) on January 15, 2014. What made her choose this subject, how did her research unfold, and what were the most striking outcomes?
‘Why frailty needs vulnerability- A care ethicial study into the lived experiences of older hospital patients’ at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. On May 6th, 2015, Hanneke van der Meide presented her thesis. This study was conducted in the framework of a strategic program called ‘Professional Loving Care’. Continue reading “Why frailty needs vulnerability”
This is an article on empirical research in ethics of care by Hanneke van der Meide, Klaartje Klaver and Eric van Elst, members of the Tilburg Care and Contested Coherence-research group. Continue reading Empirical research in the ethics of care: Finding new ways of seeing and understanding?