Engaging in Change at a Personal Level - the Importance of Learning to be Affected

Anthony HOGAN

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Abstract

The material in the previous chapters has brought forward several key insights. Without doubt, applied clinical approaches to addressing some of the interactive social aspects of hearing services have been around for quite some time. But at the same time, the efficacy of these approaches has been limited because takenfor-granted assumptions about disability have not been examined and because key conceptual and practical insights arising in sociology and social psychology have not been integrated into service design. Chapter 2 brought forward the insight that hearing is related to social identity and that adaptation to living with hearing disability involves an identity change process for both individuals and members of their family and social network
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services
Subtitle of host publicationTowards a Paradigm Change in Hearing Services
EditorsAnthony Hogan, Rebecca Phillips
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherAshgate Publishing Limited
Chapter5
Pages85-104
Number of pages20
ISBN (Electronic)9781472453211
ISBN (Print)9781472453204
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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HOGAN, A. (2015). Engaging in Change at a Personal Level - the Importance of Learning to be Affected. In A. Hogan, & R. Phillips (Eds.), Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services: Towards a Paradigm Change in Hearing Services (pp. 85-104). London: Ashgate Publishing Limited.