Special education programmes in preparing students for the adult world
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...adult world. Although, special education programmes playa very significant role in improving academic performance of students with disabilities, it is also important for these programmes to equip disabled students with skills, to help them face the challenges of the adult world. This can be done if an effective transitional planning has been charted for the student in school. As per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), transition planning is required to be a part of the Individualised Education Program (IEP). By the time the student turns 15, the first IEP that is designed must include student’s... The paper explains how special education programmes can help in preparing for the...
Adult Development and Adult Learning
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...adult learning all over the world. Cranton (1994) stated that: Perspectives on adult learning have changed dramatically over the decades. Adult learning has been viewed as a process of being freed from the oppression of being illiterate, a means of gaining knowledge and skills, a way to satisfy learner needs, and a process of critical self-reflection that can lead to transformation. The phenomenon of adult learning is complex and difficult to capture in any one definition (p. 3). The efforts of understanding adult development and learning have only... ? Adult Development and Adult Learning Application of Adult Development to Adult Learning Introduction A major element of effective adult learning that is...
Adult Learner
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...adult learners. Adult learners vary in their ability of tackling with the structure; establishment of higher education vary in their consideration to the requirements of adult learners. The Adult Persistence in Learning approach offers a deliberate road map to direct counseling involvement with adult learners in higher education. So MacKinnon Slaney's article directly relates to our course material as both the writers agree that in order to endure in present day world, adults should be able to change. Technology has flourished every aspect of life that is the home, recreation, and the workplace. New technologies have changed communication systems and work... [Supervisor's Adult Learner Article Fiona,...
Adult Developement
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...adults not just in the United States but in the world as well. II. Early Adulthood Overview The early adulthood stage is typically defined as the period wherein a human being is between the ages of 20 to 40 years old. At this stage, people are in the process if building their foundation for the latter stages of their life. This includes the college years, the early years of employment... I. Introduction Human development is an area in psychology that has been continuously explored. Various studies have attempted to determine the general pattern of growth of human beings. Moreover, these studies have attempted to describe the various stages of human life. There are various facets that define human develo...
Principles of Adult Learning
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...Adult Learning. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York. Mezirow, J. (1995.) “Transformation Theory of Adult Learning.” In M. Welton (ed.), In Defense of the Lifeworld Critical Perspectives on Adult Learning. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1995. Swartz, E. (1992.)“From a Compensatory to a Scholarly Foundation.” In Grant, C. (ed.), Research and Multicultural Education: From the Margins to the Mainstream. Bristol, Penn.: The Falmer Press, 1992. Goodlad, J., Soder, R., and Sirotnik, K. (eds.). (1990.) The Moral Dimensions of Teaching. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Zepeda, Sally J. (2003.) Instructional Supervision: ...
Adult Crying
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...Adult crying: A Model and Review of the Literature. Review of General Psychology, 4(4) 4, 354-377. Vingerhoets, A.J.J.M. (2001). Adult Crying Inventory. In: A.J.J.M. Vingerhoets and R.R. Cornelius (eds) Adult Crying: a biopsychosocial approach. Hove, UK: Routledge, 16-303. Vingerhoets. Crying tendency (questionnaire). In preparation personal care responding from Authre. Vingerhoets, A. J. J. M., Bylsma, L., & Rottenberg, J. (2009). Crying: A biopsychosocial phenomenon. Tears in the Graeco-Roman world. de Guyter, Berlin, 439-475.... ? Adult Crying First School Affiliation Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 0 Introduction 3 1 Background Information 3 1.2 Rationale and...
Juveniles in adult prisons
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...adult prisons are “nurseries of crime and vice. Children thrown into the adult prison system are thrown into a world where their role models are hardened criminals”. And this trend does not bode well for the future of the child who is exposed to criminal elements at an age where he is most vulnerable to negative influence. Another important consideration in this issue is the fact that there are limited post-prison life opportunities for convicted felons and child inmates. They are legally prohibited from some types... ?Running head: Juveniles in adult prisons Juveniles in adult prisons Juveniles in Adult Prisons Introduction Misbehaving juveniles are often not spared the incarceration process for their...
E Daily adult needs
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...Adult Needs The transition from childhood to adulthood is inevitable for all individuals. However, it is the principles that govern adulthood that shape the personalities and character traits of individuals. Life presents numerous challenges to adults that cannot be evaded. Adults ought to apply critical thinking to solve and meet their daily needs. The three adult needs govern how adults interact in their social, political, and economic spheres. The three needs fundamental to every adult are; autonomy; competence; and relatedness. In the contemporary world, competition is rife. Charles Darwin explains that all living things compete for survival. In addition, individuals who appear strong... The Daily...
ADULT EDUCATION CURRICULUM
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...adults. 43 (1) 50-60 Aaron, B (2011). Imagining a transformed UNESCO with learning at its core. International journal of educational development. 31( 5). 558-561 Sugan, B (2011). Adult and continuing education New Delhi : Mittal Publications James, C (2011). Literacy as social reproduction and social transformation: the challenge of diasporic communities in the contemporary period. In: International journal of educational development, 31 (6) 614-613 Mine, D (2011). Language learning through critical pedagogy in a "Brave New World".: International review of education, 57 (3) 377-385.... Tests The issue of adult literacy is important and with a UNSECO report that 793 million adults worldwide are...
Research Paper: Adult Education
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...adult or continued learning programs have emerged with the stated consideration in mind, whereby their overriding objective is the design of a strategy by which society can positively utilize the experiences of the older generation, even as it provides them with the tools and knowledge requisite for survival in today's world. Accordingly, adult, or continued education programs, are specifically tailored to address adult... Table of Contents Adult Education 2 Rationale 3 Problem ment 4 Hypothesis ment 4 Review of Literature 4 Older Adults and Lifelong Learning 5 Older Adults Lifelong Learning Programs 6 Cognitive-Formal 7 Active-Informal 7 Methodology 8 Subject Selection 8 Survey Instruments 9 Data Anal...
Adult Group Learning
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...Adult Group Learning Adult Group Learning Introduction Learning is a never ending process. Learning starts from the birth and ends at the time of death. Knowledge is power and this knowledge power can be obtained only through learning. All the life experiences provide some kind of learning to the human. Learning can occur anytime anywhere in the world through any sources. Different people have different learning styles. For example, some people try to write everything they need to learn many times for making it thorough while some others may read the topic many times for effective learning. Another learning style commonly prevail among the learners are the discussion methods... in which they...
Adult lifespan
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...adults look at people who are 50 years old and above as useless and put them into nursing homes. This should not be the case. Age is just a number that measures the span of time that a person stays in this world. What today’s youth should understand is that if not for the people who are already in their senior age, the world today will not be the way that it is. Age should not be gauge of a person’s competency towards achieving success and fulfillment in a fast paced world. Age is Just a Number Children always look forward to their birthdays... Age is Just a Number When wines are aged, the better taste it will get. This perception sometimes does not work towards people. There are instances that young...
Adult Pedagogy
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...Adult Pedagogy Adult Pedagogy Techniques for college level teaching at a college in the 21st century Introduction Effective teaching in the dynamic world is one of the most challenging careers in the teaching profession. Seeking excellence in this field extends further than basic cognitive issues to deal with non-cognitive needs of both prepared and underprepared students. As economical challenges are encountered by many colleges to implement what is almost an open admissions policy, learners are likely to represent a puzzling diversity of class, racial, and cultural identities. Students will also probably show widely different levels in...
Adult Learner Interview Assignment
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...adult learning activities have you participated in? I have participated in many different types of learning activities as an adult. I have taken some formal classes at our local community college. These have been mostly for things I am interested in but are not a part of my job. I have taken several computer courses and a few courses in ceramics. I learned how to throw pots on a wheel. This is a very satisfying creative outlet that I learned in a formal setting. I also have participated in many other professional development and safety seminars and workshops as a part of my job. What was the nature of these activities? Most of these activities were a...
Development of Adult Education
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...adult education Section problem definition The development of adult education is a key concern in the present world since they form part of labor that is to be utilized in the market. They also undergo learning activities based on the fact that they need to earn new skills overtime, so as to allow them change with the market trends. For this reason, we get t consider how adults get to develop in education in relation to three areas: Philosophy of experimental learning, critical theory of learning and developmental psychology. Below, we briefly define the theories. The philosophy of experimental learning may be rooted back to John Dewey’s theory of experimental learning. He defined... Development of...
Adult education self reflection
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...Adult education self reflection Teaching entails the process of administering knowledge to a learner. Teaching is an important factor in human life, which is practiced to every member of the society who has an interest in developing knowledge on certain concepts of life. In the contemporary world, teachings are practiced in various institutions in the society. These include the social, economical, and political social settings. The dispensers of knowledge are the people who we refer to as the teachers. Teachers are responsible for providing direction and highlighting the requisite elements of learning a concept. Therefore, teachers play a central role in...
Young Adult Literature.
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...adult literature will try to depict a perfect and happy world, devoid of villains and other evil things. Probably, the young adults will tell the author to go "tell that to the children" (Jekielek & Brown, 2005). This is especially so given the fact that the life of the youth is not exactly a bed... CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Young adult literature is literature that is written for and marketed to young adults. The young adults who are the audience of this literature are the ones who are aged between the age of twelve and eighteen years. They can also be referred to as the adolescent. They are in the transient stage between childhood and adulthood. This means that they still have the children's...
Andragogical Theory and Adult Literacy Programs
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...world with a new purpose for education. Knowles highlighted learning what is not yet known, and the creation of a new culture through empowerment. References Knowles, M.S. (Winter 1978). Androgogy: Adult learning theory in perspective. Community College Review, 5(3): pp.9-20. Knowles, M.S. (1970, 1980). The modern practice of adult education: Andragogy versus pedagogy. Cambridge: Prentice Hall. Knowles, M.S. (1962). A history of adult education movement in the United States. Florida: Krieger Publishing Company. Sheared, V., Sissel, P.A. & Cunningham, P.M. (2001). Making space: Merging theory and practice in...
Adult education post
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...Adult Education Workshop Program, the experience provided me with vast learning opportunities in terms of identifying program participants (out-of-school youths), ways to reach or contact and invite them, and assist in using the pragmatic or practical approach. As disclosed in the chapter, the pragmatic or practical approach to program planning which integrates ““real-world constraints,” (and) takes into consideration the continuing changing conditions and the complexity of practice” (Caffarella 11), in conjunction with the conventional or traditional approach... September 7, Responses to Exercise 3: Approaches to Program Planning As one had an experience for program planning as a volunteer in the Adult ...
Adult Learning Disability
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...adults with learning disabilities are primarily concerned with basic production and consumption. Sometimes selection of, often preparation for, usually entrance upon, and almost surely progress in an occupation come during the adult years. The role of collaboration is not merely to care for the health of these individuals, but train them to become more productive, and enable them to become self sufficient. With rapid changes in the world of work, many adults find it necessary to learn new things or take a major leap in terms of their careers once... Adult Learning Disability Introduction This study intends to provide a deeper understanding on how collaboration of NHS and social services can be don...
Suicide in adult men
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...Adult Men Suicide in Adult Men This paper specifically talks about suicide in adult men. The paper is organized in a hierarchical order in which the introductory part of the paper defines suicides and then discusses the issues surrounding suicide. Psychology of the suicide is also discussed in this relation and the psychological operation that is necessitated by depression leading to commitment of suicide is discussed. Following is the relationship between suicide and gender, here the cases of suicide by number are considered between men and women. The literature then covers the propagating factors for suicide in adult men coupled with the cause of the rising cases of suicide among... ? Suicide in Adult...
Suicide in adult men
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...Adult Men Suicide in Adult Men This paper specifically talks about suicide in adult men. The paper is organized in a hierarchical order in which the introductory part of the paper defines suicides and then discusses the issues surrounding suicide. Psychology of the suicide is also discussed in this relation and the psychological operation that is necessitated by depression leading to commitment of suicide is discussed. Following is the relationship between suicide and gender, here the cases of suicide by number are considered between men and women. The literature then covers the propagating factors for suicide in adult men coupled with the cause of the rising cases of suicide among... Suicide in Adult...
Adult lifespan development
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...Adult lifespan development (middle years) s of Learning Introduction Adult lifespan in the middle years occurs between the ages of 30-60 years. In this age bracket, there are many changes in our lives. The changes are specifically related to the general lifestyle of individuals, which include health and physical development, career developments, finances, marriage and finally leisure activities (Santrock, 1999). It is during this period when people think of their whole life and how much is left, depending on the anticipated life expectancy. This is the period when people have greatest responsibility and control in the society. The stage is very important,...
Principles of Adult Education
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...Adult Education There are no hard and fast rules for education standards which can give a clear picture of distinguishing features between adult and childhood education, however to great extent the similarity exists for the purpose of educating and training the learning society especially when the survey evidence conflicts in the United Kingdom, it is clear that adult participation rates whether in formal education and training or in learning more broadly conceived-do not match the rhetoric associated with the concept of the present learning society. This causes one to think seriously about implementing principles in adult education... ______________ ___________ _____ Roll ______________ Principles of...
Principles of Adult Education
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...Adult Education There are no hard and fast rules for education standards which can give a clear picture of distinguishing features between adult and childhood education, however to great extent the similarity exists for the purpose of educating and training the learning society especially when the survey evidence conflicts in the United Kingdom, it is clear that adult participation rates whether in formal education and training or in learning more broadly conceived-do not match the rhetoric associated with the concept of the present learning society. This causes one to think seriously about implementing principles in adult education... ______________ ___________ _____ Roll ______________ Principles of...
Adult social care today
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...World War II (Davies, 1986). According to Manfredi and Maioni, these services should also have the support of legislation and the judiciary. The response has been in favor of developing better social programs particularly those for the elderly. Consequently, it has also created greater civil accountability for health and social services to meet standards and needs of people. A comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of adult social problems that include their diagnoses, treatment and rehabilitation is a knowledge base that is essential... ADULT SOCIAL CARE TODAY Introduction Changing perspective in social services is emphasizing the need to develop programs that consider the social care ...
Educated Adult Learners
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...adult learners have been effective in doing their very own function. Have they been able to efficiently inculcate in their students the importance of imaginative consideration? Posting that question, we go back again to why there is a need for imagination. Why imagine? Why idealize? Why not just be static? It is because, as according to Whitehead (1929), imagination enables the people to construct an intellectual vision for a new world. Meaning, it is like having an educated mind free to dream and work for an ideal society. Imagination gives them the hope to somehow preserve and aim for a way of living which is most satisfying. But imagination alone is dangerous, right? Without action, even... ? Adult...
Barriers to participation in adult learning
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...adult learner is defined by being anchored in such a way that a young adult learner is typically not fastened in life. Fogarty and Pete (2004: 27) suggest that “Adults’ readiness to learn is anchored to developmental tasks that are necessary for their social roles”. In other words, the social center of the adult learner’s world will be the home setting, where this might not be true for the average young adult learner. Where the social setting of university will be the center of the social world of the young adult learner, the home life takes center stage for the adult learner. Therefore, the locus of philosophical center of the learner... ?Barriers to adult learning opportunities in the setting...
Adult Development Analysis
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...ADULT DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS Cognitive development theory Cognitive development refers to changing of thinking patternsover time (Dunkel & Sefcek, n.d). Jean Piaget came up with four stages in cognitive development, which are related to age. The theories focus in childhood, but they have had considerable influence on further research conducted on adult theories. There are two perspectives in adult cognitive development. These are contextual and dialectical thinking. Dialectical thinking is shown, by reasoning and discussion, to create a meaning of the complexities and contradictions adults has to deal continually with them....
Errickson adult development theory
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...World Health organization (Schmitt & Kruse, 2012). In-depth research has been carried out on the expression and management of depression across different stages from adolescence to adulthood. Erikson hypothesized that each human being had a blueprint of development. In his epigenetic of personality hypothesis, Erikson proposed that the adults who fail to take care of themselves physically face the results in old age when they suffer from bone and joints issues. Similarly, he also pointed out that failure in psychosocial development worsens old age scenario. Psychosocial health forms the backbone... Erikson’s Adult Development Theory Introduction Background: Erik Erikson (1902-1994) was a psychoanalyst...
Errickson adult development theory
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...World Health organization (Schmitt & Kruse, 2012). In-depth research has been carried out on the expression and management of depression across different stages from adolescence to adulthood. Erikson hypothesized that each human being had a blueprint of development. In his epigenetic of personality hypothesis, Erikson proposed that the adults who fail to take care of themselves physically face the results in old age when they suffer from bone and joints issues. Similarly, he also pointed out that failure in psychosocial development worsens old age scenario. Psychosocial health forms the backbone of therapy... ? Erikson’s Adult Development Theory Introduction Background: Erik...
Adult Development and Aging.
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...Adult Development and Aging Adult Development and Aging The study of gerontology has flourished for the past few decades. Scholarshave decided to study what is typical and not typical about aging. These myths result to negative stereotypes for the ageing people. Moreover, they lead to discrimination against the older people and ageism. Aging is a life cycle that everybody has to pass through. Human development is a continuous process that never ends. For some people, aging turns out to a peaceful life while others regret why they grew old. Many old people face discrimination not only from the family members but also from the society. Aging people are...
'Let them doze among their playthings yet a while! For who knows what a rough wayfaring existence lies before them in the futu
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...adult may appear to be fantastical and farfetched are sufficient enough to marvel the imagination of a child. In that context the highlight of Peter Pan is that it contrives an idea of childhood that is never ending and the geographical locale associated with it, not only gives way to a scenario that may make and adult envy the immense possibilities available to the childhood imagination, but also highlights the feelings of constraint incumbent on the adult world, the inevitable result of the industrial revolution (Honeyman 2001). This need for escape from the adult constraints and limitations constitute the crux of Peter Pan. This nostalgia for the bygone days of childhood is indeed... of the English...
Adult Care Home Supervisors
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...Adult Care Home Supervisors Introduction: Adult care homes are residences for the elderly and disabled people who require round the clock supervision and assistance with personal care needs. Such homes cater to the needs of people who do not have a place to live in and these homes also provide an efficient staff force, which helps with dressing, grooming as well as giving medicines at the proper time. These institutions operate under registered social care workers also known as supervisors. “Supervisory bodies are responsible for monitoring and reviewing the manner in which the management of resident’s finances and being conducted by authorized mangers”1...
Adult Education Theory and Practice at the College Level
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...adult education movement, but its perspective is timeless and applies to adult education in a multicultural world” (as cited in Kroth & Taylor, 2009, 1). As remarked by Merriam (2001), the andragogical model adds to the knowledge on adult learning styles, process, and context. Furthermore, andragogy is a way to differentiate adult education from other educational fields. Davenport and Davenport (1985) explain... ?Running Head: Education Adult Education Theory and Practice at the College Level IntroductionWithout appropriate paradigms of useful strategy for teaching and learning in adult education, universities and colleges will keep on facing difficulties. One of the major challenges to higher education...
Let them doze among their playthings yet a while! For who knows what a rough wayfaring existence lies before them in the future?
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...adult may appear to be fantastical and farfetched are sufficient enough to marvel the imagination of a child. In that context the highlight of Peter Pan is that it contrives an idea of childhood that is never ending and the geographical locale associated with it, not only gives way to a scenario that may make and adult envy the immense possibilities available to the childhood imagination, but also highlights the feelings of constraint incumbent on the adult world, the inevitable result of the industrial revolution. This need for escape from the adult constraints and limitations constitute the crux of Peter Pan. This nostalgia for the bygone days of childhood is indeed the focus... of the English...
Pregnancy during Middle Adult Years
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...ADULT YEARS Presented By goes here] To [your goes here] [Your goes here] [Your university’s name] [Due date of the paper] Pregnancy during Middle Adult Years Birth of a child is one of the most wonderful blessings of God for a married couple. It not only makes the couple happy but also proves to be great source of pleasure and contentment for a woman. Being pregnant is a dream for almost every married woman in the world. Godbole (2010) asserts, “Being a mother completes a woman”. However, sometimes the pregnancy turns out to be source of fear and discontent for a woman. There are many factors, which makes woman dejected with the pregnancy, such as, low financial status... ? PREGNANCY DURING MIDDLE ADULT...
The Effects of Globalization on the Future of Adult Learning
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...Adult Learning The Effects of Globalization on the Future of Adult Learning Introduction In the increasingly globalized society, the western practice of adult education has significantly influenced learning in the other parts of the world in many ways. Globalization is rapidly erasing the geographical and political boundaries between nations and the resultant porosity of borders has only meant that practices, concerns and issues affecting a particular region have an impact on the rest of the global community (Korsgaard, 1997, p.19). As the world continues to shrink into a smaller global village and become more interconnected, education will continue... ? The Effects of Globalization on the Future of...
The CAtcher in the Rye
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...world is not what they were led to believe when they were children. James Bryan states that Holden “is hypersensitive to the exploitations and insensitivity of the post-pubescent world and to the fragile innocence of children” (1065). He is forced to accept the unfairness of the adult world when Allie died, which he did not handle well by any... The Psychology of Catching: Holden Caulfield’s Mental Deterioration J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye follows its main character, Holden Caulfield, over the course of several days as his mental state deteriorates. None of the events that take place during these days would normally lead a person to the kind of breakdown that Holden is subject to; it is...
Factors of adult obesity
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...Adult obesity Obesity is a condition in which excess accumulation of body fat poses a health risks that may lower an individual’s life expectancy rate. On the contrary, overweight is excess body weight of the muscles, bones, water, and fats in the body. In this regard, many tend to think that the two are similar, but they are not. The onset of obesity increases the percentage risk of acquiring asthma, heart disease, certain cancers, and type-two diabetes. It mainly encompasses the excessive intake of foods with high energies and the lack of exercising top burn up the excess energy acquired. In this regard, obesity is treatable through proper dieting and regular exercising....
A theoretical approach to understand adult development
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...world, it should also provide some significantly valid conclusions to help understand and explain the psychology of the subject. The theory as an additional advantage should also help make predictions that hold usefulness of application in the existent scientific world. A psychology theory has its beginning with certain important definitions pertinent to the subject psychology and certain assumptions. The theoretical approach constitutes of certain concepts, and forms the base and building blocks of a theory. There are many theoretical approaches available for the understanding of adult development and this includes: The classical theories... A theoretical approach to understand adult development...
Ethical Issue in Adult Education and Training
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...world as well. His issue attracted the attention of the Kenyan Government which was itself overwhelmed by the number of adults enrolling in schools. They were first concerned on the ability of the old man to keep up with the much younger students. Secondly, they also had to put in place policies which would guide adult education as few existed in the country at the time. The eventual position of the government was that these adults should be taught in separate classrooms (New York Times). However, Maruge, the senior most student, was opposed to this move and insisted that this was a way through which the government sought to alienate the old. Furthermore, he cited that he... Ethical Issue in Adult...
Adult Development and Life Assessment
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...adult life, those roles expand. Now as adults we must learn how to be a good worker, spouse, parent, stepparent, grandparent, adult sibling, son or daughter to aging parents, friend, adult student, club or group member, coach, mentor, citizen, boss, and sometimes unemployed worker, among many others.” (Witt 2010)  In order to fulfil different roles, one... Growth Learning and Development Critical Thinking: the active process of evaluating, interpreting, questioning and examining a problem or challenge.  “One of the biggest psychosocial challenges that we face in life is mastery of our various roles. Early in life those roles revolve primarily around being a good child, classmate, student, and friend. In a...
Child and Adult Obesity
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...Adult Obesity In the past few decades, the world experienced a drastic change in life style due to globalization. The tremendous development in the field of science and technology has completely altered the way humans eat, work, communicate and travel. In the name of a more luxurious and comfortable life, human beings have reduced physical activity and subjugated themselves to machines. The degrading environmental factor also plays a significant role in determining our health status and affects our choice of nutritious diets. It may not be over exaggerating to call the contemporary human civilization as the laziest of all with a diet intake, which is essentially deprived off nutrients... ?Child and Adult ...
Adult nursing practice
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...Adult nursing practice Adult nursing care is a challenging job, which requires the practice of good standards of models. However, despite a significant research in the nursing models, their practical application in the area of need is many times not significant. In the present essay we present one such case where the nursing model was not explicitly addressed. Several loopholes presented their dominant stand in the nursing care practice in the Anonymous hospital under the focus of the present study. The patient under consideration had reported for being in depression and exhibiting psychosomatic pain as problems. The responses from the nursing care...
The Adult -Gerontology Nurse Practitioner
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...world. After reporting to work at about eight o’clock in the morning, they have to go through the patients’ documents and reports so that they can be kept updated. The adult nurse practitioner ensures that the junior staffs dispensed the correct medication and at the correct time. During the day, they ensure that the patients are assessed, diagnosed properly, and those that require specialized examination are referred to the necessary departments. Moreover, they ensure that the geriatrics are given the required exercises and nutritional supplements, ensure... ? THE ADULT-GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER (Insert s Here) Insert (Insert (Insert Date Here) Introduction and description of role Introduction...
Adult friendship characteristics
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...adults ranging from 22-39 years of age. From them what I come to analyze is the fact that frustrations and delights of friendship emerge during childhood and often continue throughout life. However, the friendship after the teenage is dependant upon several aspects ranging from social disciplines to personal involvements. Adult Friendship Characteristics "Friends should reciprocally help and share... On behalf of the qualitative analysis findings from a program, which I conducted of theoretical and empirical research regarding friendship from an exclusive array of British students and employees from Midlands, I investigated open-ended, in-depth interviews with over 50 persons, including adults...
Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships.
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...Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships Debra Henderson Abstract: Research on an Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships is lead by the various types of assumptions that identical motivational scheme creates close emotional connection among parents and their kids. It is accountable for the bond that builds up among adults in emotionally close relationships. The aim of this study is to offer a brief and concise view of adult attachment in romantic...
Childhood and Adult Story Writing
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...world as seen by the experienced individuals. The plot that is used during child hood writing is of imaginary aspirations as supposed by the children. The adventures sought out by children are put into words by them which tend to be adventurous. Furthermore the world viewed by the children is different than that viewed by the adults. Similarly the plot followed by the adults has a major difference with that of the children. The plot is well organized and well sought which comes after the experience the adults have... Compare/contrast childhood story writing/adult story writing Stories are a part of our lives which describe an individual's inner feelings in relation to the environment around him. The...
ADULT DEVELOPEMENT...... PSYCHOLOGY/SOCIAL SCIENCES 2
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...Adult Developement...... Psychology/Social Sciences 2  Adulthood for most of us is the time to realize our dreams and aspirations. A person’s adulthood is influenced by a number of factors including family status, social orientation and also adolescence status. The transition from adolescence to adulthood is most of the times the greatest challenge for an individual because adulthood brings a complete different picture of the world to an individual. It includes change in social roles and expectations. In the beginning it becomes difficult for an individual to accept the challenges. On the other hand it should also be mentioned that adulthood has its own...
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