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[PDF / Epub] ☉ Wash, Wear, and Care: Clothing and Laundry in Long-Term Residential Care By Pat Armstrong – 17th-century.co Clothing and appearance are steeped in social and personal significance conveying individuals gender class culture and occupation In the communal setting of long term residential care where residents Clothing and appearance are steeped in social and personal significance conveying individuals gender class culture and occupation In the communal setting of long term residential care where residents autonomy and mobility are often limited but their dignity and identity are paramount clothes have become crucial issues and the source of tension for residents their families and staff Assessing the neglected but important labour involved in ensuring that clothes promote respect for both the washers and the wearers Wash Wear and Care analyzes the roles that laundry and clothing play in nursing homes and raises uestions about the wider social political economic and historical contexts of these facilities Drawing on interviews and observations from twenty seven long term residential care homes across Canada Germany Norway Sweden the United Kingdom and the United States Pat Armstrong and Suzanne Day provide an extensive and vital base of information on the daily organization tasks meanings and concerns associated with clothing laundry dressing and appearance in care facilities An original study of an overlooked subject Wash Wear and Care illuminates the shifting political and economic dynamics at work in long term residential care homes and the health care system raising larger theoretical and policy uestions in the process.

Clothing and appearance are steeped in social and personal significance conveying individuals gender class culture and occupation In the communal setting of long term residential care where residents autonomy and mobility are often limited but their dignity and identity are paramount clothes have become crucial issues and the source of tension for residents their families and staff Assessing the neglected but important labour involved in ensuring that clothes promote respect for both the washers and the wearers Wash Wear and Care analyzes the roles that laundry and clothing play in nursing homes and raises uestions about the wider social political economic and historical contexts of these facilities Drawing on interviews and observations from twenty seven long term residential care homes across Canada Germany Norway Sweden the United Kingdom and the United States Pat Armstrong and Suzanne Day provide an extensive and vital base of information on the daily organization tasks meanings and concerns associated with clothing laundry dressing and appearance in care facilities An original study of an overlooked subject Wash Wear and Care illuminates the shifting political and economic dynamics at work in long term residential care homes and the health care system raising larger theoretical and policy uestions in the process.

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