Responding to Child Abuse: Confucianism, Colonisation, Post-structuralism— Angela Tsun On-kee

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Responding to Child Abuse: Confucianism, Colonisation, Post-structuralism— Angela Tsun On-kee

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Post-modern and post-structuralist ideas encourage us to ask questions such as: What is reality? What is objectivity? Who decides the objective criteria? Whose perspectives are informing what we believe to be the truth? How are our identities constructed? This piece describes how these questions have informed the author’s therapy and social work practice with a particular emphasis on understanding and responding to child abuse in Hong Kong.

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