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Osgood, Tony (2012)
Publisher: Emerald
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: HV1568
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on Shephard’s narrative account of\ud one person’s experience of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS).\ud Design/methodology/approach – This paper reflects on Shephard’s account in the context of the\ud burgeoning literature concerning the effectiveness of PBS and the author’s own experiences.\ud Findings – Practitioners of PBS should consider narrative accounts as legitimate data.\ud Originality/value – This commentary welcomes the move toward the inclusion of narrative,\ud or ethnographic, perspectives when evaluating PBS.\ud Keywords Positive Behaviour Support, Person centred, Narratives, Human stories, Ethnography\ud Paper type Viewpoint
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