Talking about Care: Two Sides to the Story

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Acknowledgements

I would like to thank the following people for their role in this book. First, the participants of the study who gave up their time to talk about their relationships. Their contributions to my understanding of what care involves, and its impact on relationships, have continued to resonate throughout my work and personal life. Second, Jan Walmsley and Ann Glaister, of the Open University, who provided a great deal of support on conceptual and methodological issues during the research. The work on which this book is based was funded by a doctoral studentship, awarded by the Open University.

Thanks to Ailsa Cook and Melissa James for their encouraging comments on the book during the last phase of writing. Special thanks also to Jeanette Henderson for her keen attention in proofreading chapters and her commentary on care, and Rebecca Jones for a critical and detailed appraisal of the discursive content of the book.

The tutors (particularly Inger Gordon and Amynta Cardwell) and fellow trainees at the Kensington Consultation Centre, London, have also been a rich vein of support and intellectual stimulation over the past two years. Our conversations about social constructionism and applications for therapeutic practice show their influence in my epistemological and theoretical approach here.

A huge and resounding thanks also go to my family and friends who have tolerated my unavailability over the past few years, constant talking about this book, and obsessing over the research on which it is based. Finally, I dedicate this book to an amazing woman: Peggy Courtney, 1911-2003.

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