Occupational terminology: Occupational possibilities

@inproceedings{Rudman2010OccupationalTO,
  title={Occupational terminology: Occupational possibilities},
  author={Debbie Lalibert{\'e} Rudman},
  year={2010}
}
This occupational terminology interactive dialogue outlines a construct that I have been developing since my doctoral work. Writing this paper has provided me with an opportunity to reflect on how the construct of ‘occupational possibilities’ has evolved, and how it provides a particular lens to examine transactions between structure and agency in the shaping of occupation at individual and collective levels. As such, this construct fits within the growing body of work in occupational science… CONTINUE READING

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