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Learning from Case Studies in Chaplaincy: Towards Practice Based Evidence and Professionalism
edited by Renske Kruizinga, Jacques Körver, Martin Walton and Martjin Stoutjesdijk
Eburon Academic Publishers, 2020
Paper: 978-94-6301-281-2

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

The recent body of case-study work on chaplaincy care synthesizes the inherent narrative nature of chaplaincy with the structured rigors of contemporary care research. This volume is composed of contributions from both practitioners and academic researchers, joining reflections on the challenges of case studies in chaplaincy care with specific results. Drawing on reflections on methodology and professionalization in chaplaincy, the volume hopes to contribute to answering the question of how and why chaplaincy works.

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