Resident councils between lifeworld and system: Is there room for communicative action?

@inproceedings{Baur2011ResidentCB,
  title={Resident councils between lifeworld and system: Is there room for communicative action?},
  author={Vivianne Baur and Tineke A. Abma},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract In long-term care facilities, the participation of older people relates to individual care provision (individual level) and to policy decisions that affect all residents in a care organization (collective level). In the Netherlands, resident councils are set up in order to improve resident participation on a collective level. However, our research shows that managers and resident councils are faced with mutual frustration and ineffective interaction. This article investigates the… CONTINUE READING

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