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Silencing the Imagination
Child & Youth Services (2013)
  • Ben Anderson-Nathe, Portland State University
  • Kiaras Gharabaghi
Editorial. The authors discusses on the diversity of knowledge. The authors say that diversity of knowledge has its roots in the individual and collective imagination. They state that the imagination is a personal entity, difficult to share and difficult to articulate. They add people must give voice to a greater portion of global imaginations.
  • Social service -- Research -- Methodology,
  • Social work with youth -- United States
Publication Date
September 13, 2013
Publisher Statement
Copyright (2013) Taylor & Francis
Citation Information
Ben Anderson-Nathe and Kiaras Gharabaghi. "Silencing the Imagination" Child & Youth Services Vol. 34 Iss. 3 (2013)
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