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By Hilary Brown, Richard D. Sawyer, Joe Norris

This edited quantity addresses different tools execs use to advertise a severe reflective and reflexive stance between practitioners, resulting in either a reconceptualization of perform and its next switch. The objective of elevated mirrored image in expert schooling is meant to extend techniques for execs to paintings with varied others. it's also meant to extend their degrees of cognitive differentiation and intensity cognizance approximately themselves along assorted others in a speedily altering international. this can be an immense factor in various utilized specialist courses, from schooling to medication, social paintings to psychology, company to legal justice, in approximately each state on the earth.

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My skin was no longer my own, nor my muscles nor my body; the sensation of this was a mixture of subservience to the camera and a burden carried. I felt marked by something that I could not see and that I could not just shrug off…I don’t know how I feel about my time in 34 S. J. GARRETT Fig. 4 Involvement Gaza, and so this physical activity brings my contemplation of conflict into a tangible dimension, and involves other senses. I interpret that I have been looking for ways to understand, although I have not been aware of these pursuits or connections.

It may be that the photographic gesture sustains a fantasy of displacement that enables the working through of experience that, as Chantal describes it, cannot be “seen” but neither “shrugged off”. The act of photography provides a way to anchor displaced experience—to find it within time. To look at experience through the lens of photography might therefore satisfy what she names as “looking for ways to understand” without awareness of what the “pursuits PHOTOGRAPHY AS REFLECTIVE PRACTICE: CONTAINING PEDAGOGICAL ...

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