2004
Volume 21, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 1385-1535
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7324

Abstract

Below the surface of everyday care (Part II): Working with the underwater screen in the analysis of research on interaction between lvb youth and their caregivers

In our qualitative research project we look at the everyday interaction between young people with a mild intellectual disability and their caregivers, and we are interested in the institutional impact on the everyday dealings. We have developed an analysis tool that helps identify these institutional influences. In addition, we have used the research methodology Institutional Ethnography. This tool also offers opportunities for other areas of research, because it sensitizes the researchers for the ruling relations that shape the everyday interaction between people. In Part 1 of this article (KWALON 2015, 3), we describe the development of our underwater screen. In this article (Part 2), we discuss the operation of the instrument.

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