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Running head: OCCUPATION ANALYSISOCCUPATION ANALYSISName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1OCCUPATION ANALYSISExecutive SummaryThis report comprises of the Occupational Analysis of an individual who is working as ateacher. The report follows the framework provided by Clare Hocking in her paper related toOccupational Sciences. A brief introduction has been provided which is related to the subjectfollowed by the occupational analysis. It was found that the framework given by Hocking isrelevant to the studies related with occupational science and through this framework all theaspects of an occupation can be thoroughly analysed.
2OCCUPATION ANALYSISTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Critique of frameworks..............................................................................................................3About Bruce...............................................................................................................................4Occupational Analysis of Bruce.................................................................................................5Who and with whom..............................................................................................................5Capacities, knowledge, skills and attitudes............................................................................5What, how, where and using what.........................................................................................7When: Temporal aspects........................................................................................................7Occupational imbalance, Occupational injustice and occupational deprivation....................9Meanings and standards.........................................................................................................9Outcomes and goals.............................................................................................................10Socio-cultural, political, geographical and history context..................................................11Impact on human health.......................................................................................................12Conclusion................................................................................................................................12References................................................................................................................................14Bibliography.............................................................................................................................17
3OCCUPATION ANALYSISIntroductionThe basic principle of occupational science is based on the study of occupation of thehuman. The definition consists of two components- the human and the occupation. Like moststudies, this study also concentrates on the occupational aspect of the science (Hocking andKroksmark 2013). Occupation may be referred to as the daily activities that humans engagein as beings, with communities and even in families to bring meaning and purpose to life aswell as to occupy time. It includes things people want to, need to and are expected to do(Hocking 2009). This paper will throw light on the history of the discipline of occupationalscience and analyze its association with occupational therapy. To aid the study and analyzethe occupation of the human, various literatures relating to occupational therapy, whichconsists of occupational analysis framework, have been used. The framework, which hasbeen chosen, will be critically analyzed. This framework has been used to analyze theoccupation of teaching of a man named Bruce (a pseudonym). An introduction of Bruce hasbeen provided and the method of data collection will be discussed. The chosen occupationalanalysis framework will be utilized the given paper with the help of a detailed analysis ofBruce`s occupation of teaching.Critique of frameworksClare Hocking provided a deep description of human occupation in her paper- ‘TheChallenge of Occupation: Describing the Things People Do’ thereby challenging the conceptof separating gathered knowledge from that gained by experience, which was found in thebooks of Nelson. Although her framework seems as an extension of previous frameworks, thekey highlight of the framework is the notion of temporality, which is the primary reasonbehind choosing Hocking`s theory of human occupation to provide a structure to the analysis(Schellet al. 2013). The chosen framework absorbs the complexity of the occupation and
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