The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland
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Grounded in intimate moments of family life in and out of hospitals, this book explores the hope that inspires us to try to create lives worth living, even when no cure is in sight. The Author of this Book is Cheryl Mattingly The Paradox of Hope focuses on a group of African American families in a multicultural urban environment, many of them poor and all of them with children who have been diagnosed with serious chronic medical conditions. Array ISBN . Cheryl Mattingly proposes a narrative phenomenology of practice as she explores case stories in this highly readable study. The Paradox of Hope: Journeys through a Clinical Borderland available in English. Depicting the multicultural urban hospital as a border zone where race, class, and chronic disease intersect, this theoretically innovative study illuminates communities of care that span both clinic and family and shows how hope is created as an everyday reality amid trying circumstances.