Contextualising Distress I: Background and Power-mapping
Issue 20 – January 2010
Author: Steven Coles (email@example.com)
- There is evidence for all forms of distress being shaped by a person’s social world and life experiences
- The limited attention to the context of people’s distress has led to power being concealed
- Rather than understanding power as residing within a person, power can be seen as acting between and through people.