The sixth volume in the series Ethics of Care is published: Emotions and Care: Interdisciplinary Perspectives eds Sophie Bourgault and Elena Pulcini, Continue reading Emotions and Care: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Ethics of care – with its emphasis on care instead of fairness, relationships instead of rules, conflicting responsibilities instead of competing rights, contextual and narrative thinking instead of formal and abstract thinking – originates in the empirical research of Carol Gilligan and her co-workers. Continue reading Empirically grounded ethics of care
‘The methodology of phenomenological, theory-oriented ‘N=N case studies’ in empirically grounded ethics of care’ – in their paper Dutch care-ethicists Guus Timmerman, Andries Baart and Frans Vosman propose a new view on the methodology of qualitative inquiry in (care) ethics. Continue reading In search of good care: a new perspective on qualitative inquiry
Exposure and then…..
Care ethics on exposure to patients life worlds and the reflective
strategies to get beyond exposure.
A Report on a seminar of researchers and care professionals in Flanders, Belgium, Sept. 2016 Continue reading Exposure to patients life worlds require reflective strategies
Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Leuven 6 – 9 February, 2018
The conference theme is Nomadic Inquiry: Continue reading Second European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry
December 15, Amanda Stuart Fisher (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London) and James Thompson (University of Manchester) are organizing the symposium Performing Care in London (UK). Keynote speaker is Maurice Hamington (Portland State University, Oregon) Continue reading Symposium Performing Care