Practicing Care : Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics

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Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
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Hillel Arnold
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abstract Social responsibility is not self-generating. Instead, it is learned through purposefully targeted listening, combined with an intent to both act in response to needs one has heard as well as to continually evaluate one’s actions. Feminist care ethics offers us a scaffolding within which we can learn how to sense social responsibility, act on that ethical knowledge, and then measure the results of our actions. Social responsibility as an ethic of care offers us a way to teach social responsibility to others in the profession and a way to advocate for the value of our labor to those outside of the profession.
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spelling Hillel Arnold Library and Information Science power Social and Behavioral Sciences Archival Science standards LIS Scholarship Archive competence bepress care ethics user centered design http://osf.io/5yzc4/ http://dx.doi.org/10.31229/OSF.IO/5YZC4 Social responsibility is not self-generating. Instead, it is learned through purposefully targeted listening, combined with an intent to both act in response to needs one has heard as well as to continually evaluate one’s actions. Feminist care ethics offers us a scaffolding within which we can learn how to sense social responsibility, act on that ethical knowledge, and then measure the results of our actions. Social responsibility as an ethic of care offers us a way to teach social responsibility to others in the profession and a way to advocate for the value of our labor to those outside of the profession. Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
spellingShingle Hillel Arnold, Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics, Library and Information Science, power, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Archival Science, standards, LIS Scholarship Archive, competence, bepress, care ethics, user centered design
title Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
title_full Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
title_fullStr Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
title_full_unstemmed Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
title_short Practicing Care: Constructing Social Responsibility Through Feminist Care Ethics
title_sort practicing care: constructing social responsibility through feminist care ethics
topic Library and Information Science, power, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Archival Science, standards, LIS Scholarship Archive, competence, bepress, care ethics, user centered design
url http://osf.io/5yzc4/, http://dx.doi.org/10.31229/OSF.IO/5YZC4