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Lamerichs-etal2019
BibType COLLECTION
Key Lamerichs-etal2020
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Title Children and Mental Health Talk: Perspectives on Social Competence
Editor(s) Joyce Lamerichs, Susan J. Danby, Amanda Bateman, Stuart Ekberg
Tag(s) EMCA, In press, Mental health, Children
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Year 2020
Language English
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DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-28426-8
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Abstract

This timely collection explores how children display social competence in talking about their mental health and wellbeing. The authors analyse recorded conversations of young people’s interactions with professionals in which they disclose particular mental health concerns and their ways of coping, drawing on insights from ethnomethodology, conversation analysis and discursive psychology. Across a diverse range of institutional and international settings, chapters examine how children and young people employ interactional strategies to demonstrate their competence. The research reveals how young people resist or protect claims that they lack competence, especially in contexts where they might be seen as seeking or asking for support, or when their (dis)abilities and mental health is explicitly up for discussion.

Each chapter concludes with a reflection on the methodological, professional and practical implications of the findings, highlighting areas where future research is necessary and addressing the empirical findings from the authors professional vision, facilitating innovative dialogue between conversation analytic research and professional vision. This book will be of great value to academics and professionals interested in how children express themselves, particularly in relation to their mental wellbeing.

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