Assessing the Markers of Agency in Successful Recovery Journeys: A Constructionist Narrative of Participants in an Assertive Community Engagement Modality
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
The Faces and Voices of Recovery program in Greenville, South Carolina is part of a national recovery advocacy movement utilizing a harm-reduction framework. This study aims to identify how individual agency is accounted for in this harm reduction-based recovery group and by extension, the recovery process. Spanning a four-month discourse collection process, and incorporating partial and complete observations of participants this study identifies four tiers of participation and engagement (1) high engagement successful recovery (2) low engagement successful recovery (3) high engagement struggling recovery and (4) low engagement struggling recovery/disengaged.
Goss, Sarah Elizabeth, "Assessing the Markers of Agency in Successful Recovery Journeys: A Constructionist Narrative of Participants in an Assertive Community Engagement Modality" (2020). All Theses. 3446.