Rich Cases: The Ethics of Thick Description
Davis, Dena S.
Hastings Center Report. 1991 Jul-Aug; 21(4): 12-17.
When cases are described thinly to protect patient confidentiality, they teach us only what we put into them. Thick description, like myth, allows a fuller moral response. We need thick description to allow cases to remain open to different interpretations over time, and also to enable cases to ground an ethics of care.
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