Romper con el paternalismo, el empoderamiento de las personas

  1. María Martínez Lobo 1
  2. Miryam Alonso Galilea 2
  1. 1 Terapeuta Ocupacional
  2. 2 Centro de Rehabilitación Laboral de Getafe
Aldizkaria:
Cuadernos de Gobierno y Administración Pública

ISSN: 2341-3808

Argitalpen urtea: 2021

Alea: 8

Zenbakia: 1

Orrialdeak: 41-54

Mota: Artikulua

DOI: 10.5209/CGAP.76197 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openSarbide irekia editor

Beste argitalpen batzuk: Cuadernos de Gobierno y Administración Pública

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This article describes what empowerment versus paternalism is. The different definitions and meanings for the same term. Subsequently, the evaluation scales are analyzed, highlighting the Personal Agency and Empowerment Scale (ESAGE), which measures self-efficacy, autonomy, self-determination and control. Regarding the methodology, it is analyzed at different levels of analysis: individual, group, organizational and community. It is therefore a multidimensional social process for empowerment at the psychological, organizational and community levels. The article ends, with the example of a practical case, a woman with a severe mental disorder and her empowerment and empowerment process

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