Context, Framing, and NAUWU

If a person’s behavior doesn’t make sense to you, it is because you are missing a part of their context.

Source: Laziness Does Not Exist. Psychological research is clear: when… | by Devon Price | Human Parts

And if having these different viewpoints within my study was important, understanding the perspectives and experiences of autistic children and adults in particular was essential. Time and again I found that issues aired say, by teachers, would be completely reframed when the autistic adults discussed the same points.

Source: Wood, Rebecca. Inclusive Education for Autistic Children . Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Kindle Edition.

Part of the importance of NAUWU is having the context and framing to perceive another.

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