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The early Reformers learnt from the mystery and saints plays about the popular appeal of dramatized theology, and Protestants such as Theodore de Beze, Martin Bucer, John Bale, and John Foxe all embraced the stage as a means for promulgating the Gospel and polemical dialogists invested their form with dramatic potential.
Other essays look at unreliability and the mad dialogist, unreliability and epistemological doubt, and at various twentieth-century authors.
We emphasize the following roles for social workers to consider in empowerment practice with these women caregivers: partner, facilitator, collaborator, coteacher, coinvestigator, dialogist, question poser, bridge builder, guide, ally, power equalizer, cobuilder, coactivist, and coworker.