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Pathologizing Trauma: A Discourse Analysis of Diagnosis in Adoption
The purpose of this study is to look at the influence of diagnosis on the way in which the experiences of children who have been adopted are understood. The pathologizing of trauma is explored through a Critical Discourse ...
Media’s Language: A Look at Language Through a Response Based Practice Lens.
In the social context that we live in many victims of sexualized violence do not report the violence and/or seek the services that can be provided to them to support them through the horrific violence that they endure at ...
Discursive Analysis of Burnout in the Abbreviated Maslach Burnout Inventory
The purpose of this research was to explore the possibility that burnout is a response to workplace abuse. The literature review revealed systemic factors that contribute to burnout including; oppressive workloads, workplace ...
Social Construction of Meaning, Authority, Agency and Consent: Does Accurate Language Matter When We Discuss Sexualized Violence Against Children
Sexualized violence against children is a topic that many in our North American society find uncomfortable to discuss freely. Alongside this very common discomfort with the topic is a general lack of dialogue. As a society, ...