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Reducing the Fears and Inhibitions concerning Personal Advocacy

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In this informative article, Kendrick stresses that the decision as to how to undertake advocacy cannot just revolve around assessing the risk and gains to be made but must take into account who we are as people and the feelings (eg. fear, passion, outrage) that are likely to influence us. He also stresses that, with appropriate advance support and preparation, most people can improve their effectiveness as advocates. He offers a range of ways that both novice and veteran advocates can be prepared to undertake advocacy, concluding that we need to view working on overcoming our inhibition and fears of advocacy efforts as a form of personal development. Keyword: Advocacy

Author
Kendrick, M
Source
Kendrick, M
Publisher
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Publication Date
1 January 1970
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Advocacy
Origin
United States

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