Occupational Justice-Social Conditions Test #1-ACU Occupational Therapy – Flashcards

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What is Occupational Justice?
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Humans are occupational beings , participate in culturally defined occupations, considers the effect that moral, ethical and political ideas of justice have and occupation
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Evolution of theory recognizes that
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Each individual has different needs and need to be expressed through occupation. Humans are social beings and interdependent. They are also challenged by differences in social values, rules, constraints and communities.
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Authors of the Evolution of theory
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Wilcock and Towsend
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Principles of Occ. Justice
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Empowerment through occupation, inclusive classifications of occupations, enablement of occupational potential and Diversity, Inclusion and shared advantages in occupational participation.
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Social Health and wellbeing
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equal rights to work free choice of employment full participation in the life of the community
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Mental Health and wellbeing
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support for each individuals quest for meaning purpose and belonging
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Physical Health and well being
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chosen occupations, can lead to illness or death
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Occupational Rights
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occupation is meaningful develop through participation exert individual autonomy benefit from fair privileges
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Occupational participation is threatened by
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Poverty disease social discrimination displacement disasters armed conflict
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What are some determinates for occupational therapy
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Types of economy regional, national policies values underlying policy cultural values
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What are some individual group or community characteristics that mediate the effect of occupational determinants on occupational outcomes?
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Age, sex, gender, ability/disability, income/wealth, religion, ethnicity, political beliefs
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Over occupied and under occupied are examples of
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Occupational imbalance
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poverty, disabilities, and disconnections from the world are an example of
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occupational deprevation
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Excluding, discriminating based on contextual factor and limitation of play for children is
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occupational Marginalization
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Chronic illness and people who experience daily life as meaningless is
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Occupational Deprevation
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How does social justice compare to occupational justice?
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Occupational justice looks at individual differences whereas social favors enablement of different opportunities
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example of an "at risk individual?"
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people with access and functional needs that may interfere with their ability to access or receive medical care after a disaster
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Access based needs
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needs required to ensure that resources are accessible to all individuals social services info transportation medications
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Function based needs
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restrictions or limitations an individual may have that requires assistance before, during, and or after a disaster
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People with disabilities in the US and Europe began to organize on disability related issues in
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1970
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rehabilitation act
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1973
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individuals with disabilities act Americans with disabilities act
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1990
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Integrating social and minority group model approaches into OT are
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The environment consumer direction risk with dignity disability identity
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question
What is Occupational Justice?
answer
Humans are occupational beings , participate in culturally defined occupations, considers the effect that moral, ethical and political ideas of justice have and occupation
question
Evolution of theory recognizes that
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Each individual has different needs and need to be expressed through occupation. Humans are social beings and interdependent. They are also challenged by differences in social values, rules, constraints and communities.
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Authors of the Evolution of theory
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Wilcock and Towsend
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Principles of Occ. Justice
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Empowerment through occupation, inclusive classifications of occupations, enablement of occupational potential and Diversity, Inclusion and shared advantages in occupational participation.
question
Social Health and wellbeing
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equal rights to work free choice of employment full participation in the life of the community
question
Mental Health and wellbeing
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support for each individuals quest for meaning purpose and belonging
question
Physical Health and well being
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chosen occupations, can lead to illness or death
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Occupational Rights
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occupation is meaningful develop through participation exert individual autonomy benefit from fair privileges
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Occupational participation is threatened by
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Poverty disease social discrimination displacement disasters armed conflict
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What are some determinates for occupational therapy
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Types of economy regional, national policies values underlying policy cultural values
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What are some individual group or community characteristics that mediate the effect of occupational determinants on occupational outcomes?
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Age, sex, gender, ability/disability, income/wealth, religion, ethnicity, political beliefs
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Over occupied and under occupied are examples of
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Occupational imbalance
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poverty, disabilities, and disconnections from the world are an example of
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occupational deprevation
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Excluding, discriminating based on contextual factor and limitation of play for children is
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occupational Marginalization
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Chronic illness and people who experience daily life as meaningless is
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Occupational Deprevation
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How does social justice compare to occupational justice?
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Occupational justice looks at individual differences whereas social favors enablement of different opportunities
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example of an "at risk individual?"
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people with access and functional needs that may interfere with their ability to access or receive medical care after a disaster
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Access based needs
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needs required to ensure that resources are accessible to all individuals social services info transportation medications
question
Function based needs
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restrictions or limitations an individual may have that requires assistance before, during, and or after a disaster
question
People with disabilities in the US and Europe began to organize on disability related issues in
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1970
question
rehabilitation act
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1973
question
individuals with disabilities act Americans with disabilities act
answer
1990
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Integrating social and minority group model approaches into OT are
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The environment consumer direction risk with dignity disability identity