Entangling Organizations: Intra-active ways of reworking the organizational scenography for the processes of becoming of the changed relationalities of (dis)ability

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Abstract

The chapter accounts for the process of becoming of a changed practice within the area of disability care in the Municipality of Aalborg in Denmark.
Across a period of a few months in the fall of 2015 a group of employees across the organization and an action researcher from Aalborg University (the author) met and formed a research- practice group and across this period a revised model for cooperation emerged that – upon realization – would reconfigure the intra-play of all relevant areas of the organization involved in disability care. The model included the grasping of disability as dis/ability and thereby the model opened the possibility for reworking the binary of ability/disability to the benefit of restorying the citizen’s ability in the practices of changing the disability care.
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The chapter accounts for the process of becoming of a changed practice within the area of disability care in the Municipality of Aalborg in Denmark.
Across a period of a few months in the fall of 2015 a group of employees across the organization and an action researcher from Aalborg University (the author) met and formed a research- practice group and across this period a revised model for cooperation emerged that – upon realization – would reconfigure the intra-play of all relevant areas of the organization involved in disability care. The model included the grasping of disability as dis/ability and thereby the model opened the possibility for reworking the binary of ability/disability to the benefit of restorying the citizen’s ability in the practices of changing the disability care.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
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RedaktørerDavid M. Boje
Antal sider1
ForlagEmerald Group Publishing
Publikationsdato2018
???applicant???Aalborg Kommune - Ældre- og Handicapforvaltningen
StatusAccepteret/In press - 2018
PublikationsartForskning
Peer reviewJa
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