Settings and Empowerment
This chapter provides commentary on Chapters 2–4. It raises probing questions about the varied conceptualizations of empowerment applied across chapters and across types of settings, the importance of attending to “ripple” effects of setting processes and activities at multiple levels of analysis, the ecological influence of the researcher-setting relationship, and the complex challenges of intervention.
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