Hope/Esperança

Mark Kovic, Salvador Simó Algado

Resumo


Hope is needed for human action and social transformation. To promote and empower community participation is a key process in a time that neoliberal economy promotes social atomism and individualization. For doing so, critical and epistemic reflexivity is needed in contexts of occupational apartheid. A reflexive analysis of current issues and potential futures of occupational therapy within an intentional dialogue.

 

Resumo

A esperança é necessária para a ação humana e a transformação social. Promover e capacitar a participação da comunidade é um processo essencial em um momento em que a economia neoliberal promove o atomismo social e a individualização. Para isso, é necessária uma reflexividade crítica e epistêmica em contextos de apartheid ocupacional. Uma análise reflexiva das questões atuais e futuros potenciais da terapia ocupacional dentro de um diálogo intencional.

Palavras-chave: Reflexividade crítica, engajamento colaborativo, incapacidade ocupacional, ocupação transformacional.

 

Resumen

Se necesita esperanza para la acción humana y la transformación social. Promover y potenciar la participación comunitaria es un proceso clave en un momento en que la economía neoliberal promueve el atomismo social y la individualización. Para hacerlo, se necesita reflexividad crítica y epistémica en contextos de apartheid ocupacional. Un análisis reflexivo de los problemas actuales y los futuros potenciales de la terapia ocupacional dentro de un diálogo intencional.

Palabras clave: Reflexividad crítica, compromiso colaborativo, discapacidad laboral, ocupació transformadora.

 


Palavras-chave


Critical reflexivity, collaborative engagement, occupational disability, transformational occupation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.47222/2526-3544.rbto32876

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