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Stevanovic-etal2020
BibType INCOLLECTION
Key Stevanovic-etal2020
Author(s) Melisa Stevanovic, Taina Valkeapää, Elina Weiste, Camilla Lindholm
Title Promoting Client Participation and Constructing Decisions in Mental Health Rehabilitation Meetings
Editor(s) Camilla Lindholm, Melisa Stevanovic, Elina Weiste
Tag(s) EMCA, Participation, Proposals, Joint decision making, Mental health rehabilitation, Access, Agreement, Commitment
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Year 2020
Language English
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Pages 43-68
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DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-43531-8_2
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Howpublished
Book title Joint Decision Making in Mental Health
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Abstract

The chapter analyzes practices by which support workers promote client participation in mental health rehabilitation meetings at the Clubhouse. While promoting client participation, the support workers also need to ascertain that at least some decisions get constructed during the meetings. This combination of goals—promoting participation and constructing decisions—leads to a series of dilemmatic practices, the dynamics of which the chapter focuses on analyzing. The support workers may treat clients’ turns retrospectively as proposals, even if the status of these turns as such is ambiguous. In the face of a lack of recipient uptake, the support workers may remind the clients about their epistemic access to the content of the proposal or pursue their agreement or commitment to the idea. These practices involve the support workers carrying primary responsibility over the unfolding of interaction, which is argued to compromise the jointness of the decision-making outcome.

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