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simultaneously . . . Hopping back and forth between the whole conceived through the parts that actualize it, and the parts conceived through the whole which motivates them, we seek to turn them, by a sort of intellectual perpetual motion, into explications of one another” (Geertz, 1979: 239). I believe that the strength of my work as a systemic practitioner and researcher is in the very process of systemic thinking and thinking in terms of systems - holding the wider context in a systemic mind no matter how macro or micro the system that happened to be as the particular focus of my brief. Bibliography Barrett, A., Kamiya, Y. and O’Sullivan, V. (2014) Child sexual abuse and later life economic consequences, Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics , 53: 10-16. Carr, A., Dooley B., Fitzpatrick, M, Flanagan, E., et al. (2010) Adult adjustment of survivors of institutional child abuse in Ireland, Child Abuse and Neglect , 34, 477-489 Claffey, P., Egan. J. and Keenan, M., (2013) (Eds.) Broken Faith: Why Hope Matters. Bern: Peter Lang Clancy, S. (2010). The Trauma Myth: The Truth about Sexual Abuse of Children and its Aftermath. New York: Basic Books. 17
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