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Transformative Learning Facilitated Dialogue: As A Tool For Social Change An Autoethnography, Leslie A. Saulsberry
FACILITATED DIALOGUE: AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
LESLIE A. SAULSBERRY, B.S., BENNETT COLLEGE
M.P.A., RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
Ed.M., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
Ed.D., UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
Directed by: Dr. Ernest D. Washington
It is my goal, through this autoethnography, to take you through a reflective journey and present to you my personal theory of how facilitated dialogue in the context of transformative learning, critical reflection, systems thinking, shared vision, and holarchy can create a paradigm shift in our personal consciousness, decisions, behaviors, practice, and social policies—social change. My ...
Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure Of Passive Disability Policy In Canada, Rick August
It is common in the disability community to speak of unfulfilled aspirations for full citizenship and participation in the mainstream of Canadian society. In Canada, as in much of the developed world, many adults with disabilities remain outside the mainstream, especially in regard to economic opportunities. Unfortunately, many of the disability policies currently pursued by Canadian governments are unlikely to improve this situation, and may in fact make it worse.
This paper offers a critical analysis of a common instrument of current disability policy, the passive cash benefit. I will focus, in particular, on the effects of passive transfers on ...