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Emergence of Scholarship in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy/ Elizabeth Blesedell Crepeau and Linda H. Wilson

By: Crepeau, Elizabeth Blesedell.
Contributor(s): Wilson LH.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Història de la teràpia ocupacional | Teràpia Ocupacional | InvestigacióOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: The American Journal Of Occupational Therapy 2013 JUL-AGO; 67 (4): e66-e76Summary: We undertook a content analysis of 192 American Journal of Occupational Therapy articles published from 1947 to 2010 to understand and explicate the emergence of scholarship within the profession. Scholarship includes scientific inquiry, empirical research, and other forms of inquiry. We identified and coded three aspects of the development of scholarship: argument, methodological rigor, and occupational focus. All three aspects increased over the evaluated period, during which substantial changes occurred in the profession’s practice and access to higher education. We see the development of scholarship as aligned with the claiming of the profession’s independence and voice.
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We undertook a content analysis of 192 American Journal of Occupational Therapy articles published from 1947 to 2010 to understand and explicate the emergence of scholarship within the profession. Scholarship includes scientific inquiry, empirical research, and other forms of inquiry. We identified and coded three aspects of the development of scholarship: argument, methodological rigor, and occupational focus. All three aspects increased over the evaluated period, during which substantial changes occurred in the profession’s practice and access to higher education. We see the development of scholarship as aligned with the claiming of the profession’s independence and voice.

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