Getting into the Same Boat : Enabling the Realization of the Disabled Child’s Agency in Adult–Child Play Interaction
Olli, J., Salanterä, S., Karlsson, L., & Vehkakoski, T. (2021). Getting into the Same Boat : Enabling the Realization of the Disabled Child’s Agency in Adult–Child Play Interaction. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 23(1), 272-283. https://doi.org/10.16993/sjdr.790
Published inScandinavian Journal of Disability Research
© 2021 The Author(s).
The purpose of this study was to find out how an adult can enable or hinder the realization of a disabled child’s agency in play interaction. We focused on the child’s play invitations, which were constructed as dispreferred by the adult. The data consisted of nine videotaped playing situations with five nurses and five disabled children in a children’s neurological ward. The microanalysis with interventionist applied conversation analysis focused on one playing situation between one nurse and one three-year-old boy with no spoken language. The nurse responded to the child’s play invitations constructed as dispreferred by her in three different ways. Two of them were about trying to control the situation, either through managing the child’s behaviour or by guiding the plot of the play. The third way of responding was negotiating through dialogical playing, which enabled the realization of the child’s agency. The findings can be utilized widely for developing child-centred practices.
PublisherStockholm University Press
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Additional information about fundingThis study was supported by research grants from Finnish Association of Nursing Research, Finnish Brain Foundation, Finnish Cultural Foundation and Varsinais-Suomi Regional Fund, Finnish Foundation for Nursing Education, Finnish Nurses Association, Olvi foundation, Oskar Öflund Foundation, Päivikki and Sakari Sohlberg Foundation and Tukilinja Foundation sr.
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