Occupational Engagement and Meaning: The Experience of Ikebana Practice

@inproceedings{Mot2013OccupationalEA,
  title={Occupational Engagement and Meaning: The Experience of Ikebana Practice},
  author={Ba Allison M. Watters Mot and Ba Christine Pearce Mot and Ot Fcaot Catherine L. Backman and Ot Melinda J. Suto},
  year={2013}
}
Engagement and meaning are essential properties of occupation that have been associated with well-being in the occupational science literature. A deeper examination of subjective experiences while engaging in particular occupations may illuminate how specific occupational characteristics contribute to the relationship between occupation and well-being. Consequently, this study investigates the concepts of personal meaning and occupational engagement by exploring the experience of ikebana… CONTINUE READING

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