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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55447
Doc. No:TL25401
Call number:‭MR41168‬
Main Entry:Kim Vradenburg
Title & Author:Building bridges and blurring lines: The value of reflexivity in CYC-based humanitarian practiceKim Vradenburg
College:University of Victoria (Canada)
Date:2007
Degree:M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:153
Abstract:This research suggests that Child and Youth Care based reflexive practice contributes to crucial shifts in perspective in both international and national staff in humanitarian contexts, and blurs the line between beneficiaries and practitioners in humanitarian intervention. I maintain that national staff (people hired in country by international organisations) to care for affected populations in humanitarian contexts are a distinct group within a vulnerable population, and with whom integrative, focused efforts in practitioner development must be made. Specifically, this research suggests that an emphasis on reflexive practice with this group in Malawi, Sierra Leone and Sudan facilitated small but crucial increments of human change processes which lead to increased responsibility as part of developing practitioner identity and wider social change. All of this is important if effective practice towards targeted beneficiaries and humanitarian protection aims are to be fully realized.
Subject:Social sciences; Education; Social work; Social studies education; Families & family life; Personal relationships; Sociology; 0534:Social studies education; 0628:Sociology; 0628:Personal relationships; 0628:Families & family life; 0452:Social work
Added Entry:University of Victoria (Canada)