Social justice nursing and children's rights : A realist and postmodern intersectional feminist analysis of nurses' reflections on child risk and protection within domestic violence

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Glass, Nel and Davis, Kierrynn. (2014). Social justice nursing and children's rights : A realist and postmodern intersectional feminist analysis of nurses' reflections on child risk and protection within domestic violence. In In Kagan, Paula N., Smith, Marlaine C. and Chinn, Peggy L. (Ed.). Philosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : Social justice as praxis pp. 108-123 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203069097-11
AuthorsGlass, Nel and Davis, Kierrynn
EditorsKagan, Paula N., Smith, Marlaine C. and Chinn, Peggy L.
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[Extract] In this chapter, the authors present a research study grounded in critical realist and postmodern intersectional feminist theory. By using these theories, we have deeply listened to, and acknowledged the importance of, nurses’ experiences in their care of children. The overall aim is to argue for social justice for children following exposure to domestic violence and acknowledge their integral human rights. This study represents emancipatory nursing as it explicitly identifi es and shares nurses’ challenges in assessing children exposed to risk of abuse who are in need of protection. Consistent with emancipatory nursing we propose an action care model to guide change and improve practice. The model identifi ed from the research is a praxis example, linking theory to practice. The notion of praxis, whereby practice informs theory and theory informs

Page range108-123
Year2014
Book titlePhilosophies and practices of emancipatory nursing : Social justice as praxis
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationNew York, New York
Abingdon, United Kingdom
SeriesRoutledge studies in health and social welfare
ISBN9780415659536
9780203069097
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203069097-11
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