Recognition, redistribution and relational equality

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    Abstract

    While relationships are central to a child and youth care approach to practice, the claims we make for them as defining the field cannot stop at an inter-personal level but need to consider their nature and purpose in wider context. In this chapter, I locate the idea of relationship within the debate in social theory around the relative merits of demands for recognition and redistribution. I go on to attempt to bridge these respective claims by advancing the need for affective or relational equality in enabling children and youth to take their place(s) in the world.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRelational Child and Youth Care in Practice in Action
    EditorsHeather Modlin, James Freeman, Christine Gaitens, Thom Garfat
    Place of PublicationWestern Cape, South Africa
    PublisherCYC-Net Press
    Pages128-137
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)9780639971896
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2021

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