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Judaism is, for Levinas, a religion for adults. What does he mean buy this
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...Adults Introduction In a world where many question the very existence of God and the need for religion, Levinas challenges these atheistic notions by showing that the God of the Torah is not a simplistic one. If an all-powerful God existed that only rewarded good behaviour and punished man for committing wrongs, then he may be perceived as a God for children. However, Levinas claims that the Judaic God is one that gives man responsibility over his own behaviour as well as his association to others. This philosopher is able to prove his case by examining the notion of theodicy (or why a moral God allows immoral actions to exist), responsibility and choice when relating... Judaism as a Religion for Adults ...
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Grandparents, Adults and Care Giving Tasks: A National and Global Perspective
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...Adults and Care Giving Tasks: A National and Global Perspective In the 2009 study of the National Alliance for Care Giving, it is found out that “29% of the U.S. Adult population” is basically caregivers of their own parents or family members. Within this statistics are the African Americans who spend care giving for about 9-20 hours per week (Weaver, n.d.a). Care giving poses various challenges in terms of the care giver’s own health and resources, especially to those who belong to the low income group; however, their rights and privileges have been exercised. But unfortunately, grandparent caregivers do not receive the same treatment and were often overlooked by the government... ?Grandparents, Adults...
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Literature Review on the Effects of Social Networking Sites on Young Adults Aged between 18-25
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...Adults Social networkingsites have become very popular among young adult individuals within last few years. Daily routines, behavior and social development of adolescents have altered due to deep impact of some common social networking websites. Finkelhor, Mitchell and Wolak (2002) examine that today youngsters are wildly connected with internet world and their daily routine depend on the time they spend on internet. Authors have found that more than ninety percent young individuals have account on Facebook and number of Facebook users is increasing day by day (Finkelhor, Mitchell and Wolak 2002). Along with the popularity of Facebook... ? Literature Review Effects of Social Networking Sites on Young...
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Social Networking Sites Negatively Effect Adults through the Windows of Privacy, Productivity, and Health
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...adults through the windows of privacy, productivity, and health Outline: 1. Social network websites are defined as a website where users will create an account and share information or their interests while also connect and list their acquaintances.(Boyd & Ellison 2007) 2. There are many problems that are attributed to Social Networks that are discussed in the paper . A) The negative impact of social network on privacy and security is immense. There have been many cases and criticism against Facebook and other social networks for their lack of security of information and privacy (Kennedy & Nicole 2007) B) Users themselves can act to control and protect... Social networking sites negatively affect adults ...
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Contemporary challenges facing nurses in the provision for older adults in Australia
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...Adults in Australia INTRODUCTION Fragmented systems, inadequacies in access to health insurance and treatment, medical errors, waste and inefficiencies in the delivery and utilisation of medical care are identified as factors that contribute to the health care system’s disproportionate rates of negative experiences and poor quality outcomes among occurring among elder patients. Gray and Heinsch (2009) point out that the biggest challenge facing Australia is care, specifically, the labour shortages in the care industry and the high demand for quality care, which exceeds the supply. Practically, the documented problems of patient... Contemporary Challenges Facing Nurses in the Provision for Older Adults ...
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An Evaluation of the Personalisation Agenda and the effect on Adults with Learning Disabilities
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...Adults with Learning Disabilities: Personalisation, Empowerment or and end to Social Work Practice? Literature Review Personalisation is a concept that is transforming how social work is done in the UK. It is a new way of looking at people who need special services and social care. Personalisation is about putting the needs of the person ahead of the service needs. The purpose of personalisation is to take into consideration the skills that an individual brings into the need for service as well as putting the individual in the centre of identifying their needs for service. This is a different way of looking at social work practice... ? An Evaluation of the Personalisation Agenda and the Effect on Adults...
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Nursing and the Vulnerable Population: Watson's Theory of Human Caring, Assessment Tools, and Homeless Young Adults
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...Adults (Name) (University) NURSING AND THE VULNERABLE POPULATION 2 Nursing and the Vulnerable Population: Watson's Theory of Human Caring, Assessment Tools, and Homeless Young Adults Introduction Assessment of the patient's condition is the first step in providing health care, and here, nursing assessment tools prove to be indispensable (Chinn, Kramer, & Chin, 2004). However, it is not the only aspect in nursing's human caring (Krebs, 2001, p.55). It is important for nurses to preserve their caring practice in providing health care. Jean... ?Running head: NURSING AND THE VULNERABLE POPULATION Nursing and the Vulnerable Population: Watson's Theory of Human Caring, Assessment Tools, and Homeless Young...
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Article Analysis Effect of a Low-Glycemic Load VS. Low-Fat Diet in Obese Young Adults
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...adults” (Ebbeling, Leidig, Fieldman et al, 2009) is an article that discuses the effects of two diets on obesity in young adults. The research tries to determine whether insulin secretion affects the amount of body fat in individuals who consume one of three diets; low-Glycemic, low fat, and low-carbohydrate. The basis of the research is that, in the United States, obesity is increasing in the level of prevalence; therefore, researchers have tried to find the biggest cause of obesity. The three diets identified have been given increased attention as the possible causes of obesity. However, according to the researchers... ?The article “effects of a low-Glycemic load vs. low-fat diet in obese young adults” ...
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The ways children and adults may respond to media content that contains explicit material
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...adults and children to objectionable material Adults and children react differently to objectionable content. According to Stephenson (2007), young children have a high tendency of emulating media contents while playing with their peers. At tender age of below four years, children do not have the capacity... ?Introduction Numerous research studies have examined the negative effects of explicit and objectionable media content to the audience especially young children and adolescents. However, in spite of the concerns raised about exposing the audience to these forms of content, media houses and entertainment industries are still selling the content, an indicator of a growing demand for the products in the ...
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A Randomized Trial of Tailored Skin Cancer Prevention Messages for Adults
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...Adults Introduction Research funders and medical journals are interested in empirical research that comes up with facts on how to manage the various issues in the medical filed. This tendency towards practical, factual oriented research has led to underdevelopment of research in the area of therapeutic theories and their application in the medical field. There are several assumptions that are floated around to justify this anomaly in research, and they include; considering theories is not useful for practical purposes; research is on facts is separated from theory; tinkering about theories means developing them. All... evidence research argue that empirical evidence is not enough to shape...
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Reproductive Health Choices For Young Adults with Sickle Cell Disease or Trait
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...Adults With Sickle Cell Disease or Trait” produced by Wilkie, D. J., Gallo, A. M., Yao, Y., & Molokie, R. E. and published in Nursing Research 2013 edition, it can be observed that the abstract of the article is longer than the length of the traditional abstract. It comprises several heading rather than the traditional abstract that length about a single short paragraph. It indicates that the journal article does not have a traditional structure. The article provides a summary of each of the heading of the research. The evidence level of the abstract is III. It is because the research has been... Critical Analysis Critical Analysis By analyzing the article, “Reproductive Health Choices for Young Adults...
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Effects of marijuana on visuospatial working memory: an fMRI study in young adults
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...Adults Chelsea Odem Tarleton This study essentiallyattempted to test the hypothesis that marijuana users suffer impaired memory and visuospatial functioning based on their use of marijuana. According to the authors, marijuana continues to be one of the most used illegal substances in the world, with usage common amongst a variety of national and demographic groups (Smith et al, 2010, pg 429). It is known that marijuana uses receptors found in the frontal cortex and hippocampus, areas of the brain which, amongst other duties, help regulate memory and coordinate visuospatial functioning. It would thus make some sense... The Effects of Marijuana on Visuospatial Working Memory: an fMRI Study in Young...
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BPA fetal exposures affect male and female development and quality of life as adults
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...Adults Introduction Bisphenol A (BPA) is a synthetic chemical able to disrupt endocrine properties. BPA is a common chemical, which is used to make consumer goods such as bike helmets, eye glasses, food can linings, thermal receipt papers and polycarbonate plastic. For the last 10 years, a lot of scientific evidence has emerged regarding the health implications linked with BPA exposure, particularly during the prenatal stage when development is at its peak (Rubin 29). While a vast majority of BPA ingested through food becomes metabolized speedily into a relatively inactive form without causing estrogenic effects, a small... BPA Fetal Exposures Affect Male and Female Development and Quality of Life as...
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Pharmacological Management of Major Depression in Older Adults Using Selective Serotonin-Reuptakes Inhibitors
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...adults using Selective Serotonin-Reuptakes Inhibitors" Serotonin-specific re-uptake inhibitors (SSRI) belong to the category of antidepressant drugs that have revolutionized the treatment of depression and significantly minimized the range of adverse effects enforced by the use of the tricyclics or MAOIs. The efficiency of this group has reinforced the belief that serotonin level disorders are the predominant pathophysiological change precipitating the onset of affective disorders. These drugs increase extracellular serotonin levels by inhibiting serotonin reuptake into the presynaptic cells. They have minimal effect on noradrenalin... inhibitors should be the first line of drugs. As liver...
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Poor children, poor adults (the problem, the cause,and the solution)
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...ADULTS goes here] [Your goes here] [Due the paper] The Problem Poverty is one of main economic issues being faced by almost every country in the present world. Poverty refers to lack of resources needed to meet basic necessities of life. Poor people face a number of problems in life, such as, improper educational facilities, lack of access to health services, and inability to earn a good living standard. Some of the main problems that affect poor people include hunger, education, malnutrition, and medical diseases. Apart from these problems and issues for poor people of a society, another thing that affects them is that they are typically marginalized from society and usually... ? POOR CHILDREN, POOR...
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What do we know about the literacy skills of American Adolescents and Adults
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...adult literacy programs that offer women a second chance to get educated. Because of these adult programs, many women succeed in acquiring literacy that makes it possible for them to get paid jobs, experience... ? Literacy Problems of Women in Other Countries This paper examines the literacy problems of women in developing countries. Indeed, in many African and Asian countries, many women do not go to school or are compelled to drop out to take care of domestic chores. This situation exposes women to a high rate of illiteracy in which they face ignorance and serious gender disparities. Aware of these difficult living conditions of women, government officials and international organizations set up adult...
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Setting up a service for adults with learning disabilities in the audiology department
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...Adults with Learning Disabilities in the Audiology Department Setting up a Service for Adults with Learning Disabilities in the Audiology Department Introduction Learning Disability concerns with the issues in understanding and analyzing simple and complex situations, questions and characters. It is as much found in adults as much in children while the ratio in adults is increasing every year. People affected by LD also develop hearing loss or problems attached to the auditory system. To deal with such patients by providing them expert’s assistance, care and service, here is service design proposed to setup a diagnostic and treatment unit in the Audiology Department. Its... ? Setting up a Service for...
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Investigating snacking behaviour in young adults with a view to promoting healthier snacking behaviour
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...Adults in Northern Ireland, with a View to Promoting Healthier Snacking Behaviour Table of Contents 2 Introduction and Problem Definition 4 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 Problem definition 4 1.3 Aims 5 2. Literature Review 5 2.1 Introduction 6 2.2 Prevalence of snacking 6 2.3 Consequences of snacking decisions 8 2.4 Drivers of snacking behaviour 9 2.5 Good versus poor snacking 11 2.6 Variables 14 3. Conceptualisation and Operationalisation 15 3.1 Introduction 15 3.2 Conceptualisation 16 3.3 Research model chosen 17 3.4 Objectives 18 4. Methodology 19 4.1 Introduction 20 4.2 Quantitative and qualitative method 20 4.3 Population and sampling 20 4.4 Statistical tests 21 Appendix 1... ? Snacking Behaviour in Young...
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Juveniles should be sentenced and incarcerated as adults for violent crimes, such as first degree murder
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...adults for violent crimes. The opponents claim that juveniles were too young to face capital punishments like the death penalty or life imprisonment. In De’ Marquise Elkins’s murder case, the defense counsel argued that the 17-year-old suspect was too young to face the death penalty under Georgia law after the jury convicted the juvenile of murder at that age (“Associated Press” 1). Indeed, in most cases the defense of the juveniles charged with capital offences have been using the age limit to defend their clients... Sentencing and Incarcerating Juveniles for Violent Crimes In many occasions, defense lawyers and human rights activists have opposed the sentencing and incarcerating of juveniles as adults ...
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Older Adults in Society
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According to the study ageism “legitimates the use of chronological age to mark out classes of people who are systematically denied resources and opportunities that others enjoy, and who suffer the consequences of such denigration, ranging from well‐meaning patronage to unambiguous vilification’. They further state that it may also give rise to various inherent negative beliefs concerning older people as well the whole process of ageing in general, beginning with well-intentioned benefaction to unequivocal disparagement.From this paper it is clear that the concept of Ageism, contrary to popular beliefs is a far wider concept and encompasses wider range of issues as com...
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Drives for muscle and actual muscle mass in male populations from teenage boys to adults
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...adults The muscle man has never been as popular in recent times among general public as it is now. The way the ideal masculine has been narrowed down to perfect muscles with deep cuts is indeed incredible and had its pros and cons. According to Don McCreary's muscularity scale there is a considerable rush for protein shakes, regular work out sessions at any cost. There is an obvious benefit if it makes an individual exercise while he otherwise leads a sedentary lifestyle. But there is more to it than that meets the eye. Fitness - a term vaguely associated with muscle training has... A current literature review about drives for muscle and actual muscle mass in male populations from teenage boys to adults...
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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as it relates to sexuality in older adults
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...Adults in the United States. New England Journal of Medicine. Aug 23;357(8):762-74. Medalie JH and Goldbourt U. (1976) Angina pectoris among 10,000 men. II. Psychosocial and other risk factors as evidenced by a multivariate analysis of a five-year incidence study. American Journal of Medicine,31;60(6):910-21. Pender N.J., Murdaugh C.L. & Parsons M.A. (2004... Social scientists have long sought to determine the needs of human beings and the order of importance attached to them. There were many models but the most prominent is that of Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs that he illustrated using a pyramid as shown in Figure 1: Figure 1: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs The level of human needs in Maslow’s hierar...
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A comparison of Depression in Adults from a natural scientific approach and a Humanistic science approach
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...Adults from a natural scientific approach and a Humanistic science approach Depression can be defined as a medical illness that causes an invariable feeling of misery and lack of concentration. It significantly affects how a person feels, thinks and behaves. Depression can eventually lead to both physical and emotional problems since the affected person seems not worth living. Major forms of depression include major depression, dysthymic disorder, Psychotic depression, Bipolar disorder, bipolar depression and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Major depression can prevent the patient from functioning normally; it undermine their sleep, work even study in case... Insert A comparison of Depression in...
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Social networking sites negatively effect adults through the windows of privacy, productivity, and health
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...adults through the windows of privacy, productivity, and health Outline: 1. Social network websites are defined as a website where users will create an account and share information or their interests while also connect and list their acquaintances.(Boyd & Ellison 2007) 2. There are many problems that are attributed to Social Networks that are discussed in the paper . A) The negative impact of social network on privacy and security is immense. There have been many cases and criticism against Facebook and other social networks for their lack of security of information and privacy (Kennedy & Nicole 2007) B) Users themselves can act to control and protect... Social networking sites negatively affect...
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Exploration of the Impact of Empathy and Violent Thinking on Violence in Young Adults
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...Adults Exploration of the Impact of Empathy and Violent Thinking on Violence in Young Adults Part A - Empathy Assessment Index What it is The Empathy Assessment Index (EAI) is ‘a 20-item self report index’ (Gerdes et al. 2012, p.95). The index refers to certain neural networks that are used by the brain when having to process information (Gerdes et al 2012, p.95). These networks, which are also characterized as components (Gerdes et al. 2012, p.95), are the following ones: ‘a) Affective Response, b) Perspective Taking, c) Self-Other Awareness and d) Emotion Regulation’ (Gerdes et al. 2012, p.95). The EAI uses... Exploration of the Impact of Empathy and Violent Thinking on Violence in Young Adults...
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A Newest Diagnostic Tool or Intervention for Diabetes in Adults or Children
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...Adults A Newest Diagnostic Tool or Intervention for Diabetes in Adults Implantable artificial pancreas, insulin pumps and control systems are the newest intervention introduced for the treatment of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. With intensive therapy for diabetes in controlling the blood glucose levels many significant complications can be controlled and avoided. A research carried out by Jaremko and Rorstad in 1998 highlights the significance and importance of artificially implanted pancreas and B-cells along with a closed loop of insulin pump, glucose sensors and a system that controls the whole loop regulation (Jaremko & Rorstad 1998... ? A Newest Diagnostic Tool or Intervention for Diabetes in Adults A ...
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Cooperation Between Government and Adults From the Age of 18 to 25
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...adults From the Age of 18 to 25 Insert Insert Insert Section April 18, Introduction There are various means of communication between public officials and residents of Aberdeen Township community. All of them aim to incorporate people aged between 18 and 25 in politics. Our question is whether this means are actually adequate and sufficient. Communication is the transfer or movement of information from one person to another. According to Karen (3), good communication involves the source of information, the message in the information, the communication channel used, the receiver of the information, the reply gotten from the information and the context... to each other on a party gathering. Good...
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Social Work Role and Values in Working with Adults within Mental Health Services
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...Adults within Mental Health Services Social work values and ethics The mission of the social work occupation in mental health services is based on key values. These values are accepted by social workers in general as they act as a yardstick for purpose and perspective in their line of work (Bisman, 2004:110). These can be divided into three broad categories which are human rights, social justice and integrity. Human rights The profession is founded on respect for the inherent dignity of all people as stipulated in the United Nations (UN) stipulations. i) Safeguarding and promoting dignity and well- being They should safeguard, respect and defend... the patients’ physical, emotional,...
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Positioning and Communications Strategy for a New Weight-Loss Drug Overweight Adults in the U.S
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...Adults in the U.S. Introduction Cambridge Sciences Pharmaceuticals (CSP) defines an international health care institute that focuses on the development, manufacture, and marketing of medicines that aid in the treatment of immune deficiencies, gastrointestinal diseases, and metabolic disorders. The drug also aids in treating related acute and chronic medical conditions. In 2007, the company attained sales accumulating to $25 billion (Daniel 34). This was as a result of the vast experiences injected into the company’s marketing strategies by Barbara Printup. She was the company’s senior director of marketing. Her 20 years... Positioning and Communications Strategy for a New Weight-Loss Drug Overweight...
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Thee prevalence of alcohol consumption in adults in various geographic areas of Western Australia
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...Adults in Recreational Settings in Perth. Curtin University of Technology Publication. 2. Measham, F. 2003. The New Policy Mix: Alcohol, Harm Minimisation, and Determined Drunkenness in Contemporary Society. International Journal of Drug Policy 17(2): 176-179. 3. Measham, F. 2005. British Alcohol Policy and the New Culture of Intoxication: Crime, Media, Culture 1(2): 262-283. 4. Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy. 2006. National Alcohol Strategy. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia. 5. Homel, R., Tomsen, S. & Tommeny, J. 2003. Public drinking and violence: Not just an alcohol problem. Journal of Drug 2(3): 23-98. 6. Cook, P.J... The increase in the consumption is responsible for several health...
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Older Adults in Society
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According to the discussion ageism “legitimates the use of chronological age to mark out classes of people who are systematically denied resources and opportunities that others enjoy, and who suffer the consequences of such denigration, ranging from well‐meaning patronage to unambiguous vilification’. They further state that it may also give rise to various inherent negative beliefs concerning older people as well the whole process of ageing in general, beginning with well-intentioned benefaction to unequivocal disparagement.From this assignment it is clear that the concept of Ageism, contrary to popular beliefs is a far wider concept and encompasses wider range o...
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Charging Children as Adults
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With matters dealing with criminal justice, the method is not much different. First, the issue has to be stated, then it is discussed, and conclusions are drawn. Where steps look like they may have been skipped, the research objectives are within the job description of solving crime, and methodology and data collection is done during the discussion of the issue if it has not been done already. The matter at hand for this discussion is that of charging children as adults for the crimes they commit. When children are charged as adults for crimes, it can leave a permanent mark on their record that they will never be able to outlive. It is believed by some that this method of criminal justice wi...
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Adults with Chronic illness
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The precise regions, in this case, are sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. However, infectious diseases are also claiming lives of people in developing countries due to poor nutrition and sanitation causes but still chronic diseases are leading killer condition in the world. Also, the elderly population is more vulnerable to chronic ailments, and their cases are on the rise (Pinquart, 2014). The chronic disease amongst adults supersedes the other killer infectious diseases like HIV/AIDS. Obesity is one of the worldwide problems as per the universal health organization report. Internationally, the chronic diseases are also threatening lives of various countries in developing and developed coun...
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Cooperation between government and adults from the age of 18 to 25
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...adults From the Age of 18 to 25 Insert Insert Insert Section April 18, Introduction There are various means of communication between public officials and residents of Aberdeen Township community. All of them aim to incorporate people aged between 18 and 25 in politics. Our question is whether this means are actually adequate and sufficient. Communication is the transfer or movement of information from one person to another. According to Karen (3), good communication involves the source of information, the message in the information, the communication channel used, the receiver of the information, the reply gotten from the information and the context... to each other on a party gathering. Good...
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Care for older adults
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...I. Social Problem The percentage of Americans over the age of 65 is rapidly escalating. As more and more people live longer and the Baby Boomers enter their golden years, the number of elderly is on the increase. Indeed, the percentage of Americans over the age of 65 is quickly growing, accounting for over 22 percent of the population by 2030, with the majority of those in this age group being over 85. Such a dramatic increase in the elderly population presents an immediate challenge to social work, which must prepare for the problems inherent in caring for an older population. The social work profession must be able to confront the issues that have arisen because of the dramatic... Social Problem...
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Vulnerable Adults: Policy Considerations
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In an abusive relationship, disability or age alone does not signify vulnerability. The important factor is inability to follow a daily routine of self-care. The homeless as well as substance abusers are also considered vulnerable (Guidance). This also applies to in-home settings where a vulnerable adult needs care but is not always factored in as needing protection. In the Warrington District, the definition is more generalised-someone with a mental or physical disability who needs support from an agency, relative or friend on a day-to-day basis (Adult Protection in Warrington, Sec. 2). No age limitation is listed and access to support here is more specific. Various districts have policies...
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Should adults be charged in situations where teenagers are drinking or have been drinking in their presence
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...adults be charged in situations where teenagers are drinking or have been drinking in their presence? Underage drinking in essence a crime and to support such a habit is also considered to be a crime but the judgment of such an issue is a rather subjective and arguable matter. There has been sever uproar about such issues where minors are seen to indulge into activities such as heavy drinking and after the consumption of such a heavy amount of alcohol within the body, these minors tend to commit activities that are harmful for them and for the others as well. Many countries around the globe have kept a legal standard where minors are not allowed to gain access to alcohol...
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Systematic Review on Is the Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function a Risk Factor for alzheimer's in Older Adults
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...Adults? Institutional Affiliation Funding: Not available Conflicts of Interest: None was raised Word Count- Abstract: 146 Word Count - Main text: 837 Total Word Count - 983 References: 9 Is the Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function a Risk Factor for Alzheimer in Older Adults? Abstract Objective: To examine peer reviewed published literature on the question - Is the Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function a Risk Factor for Alzheimer in Adults? It shall explore the results from the peer reviewed research articles to determine different perspectives of the research... Is the Effect of Physical Activity on Cognitive Function a Risk Factor for Alzheimer in Older Adults? ...
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Critically review research on reducing addictive alcohol. (By review research that discusses interventions to reduce alcohol consumption in young adults)
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...adults. The paper will discuss the potentiality of the proposed measures and give recommendations for improvement. It is necessary that the concerned stakeholders in the healthcare sector work are association with the government agencies to find the best approaches to solving the problem (Alberta Health Services 2010). Such moves will help to reduce the current worrying levels of alcohol abuse among young adults in the UK. About fifty years ago, the UK was one of the countries with the lowest standards of drinking in Europe (HSSPS... Reducing Addictive Drinking Introduction This report is a critical review programs and issues that have the potential of reducing the levels of alcohol addiction in young...
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Among African American adults with type-2 diabetes (P) does an educational intervention related to dietary/behavior change (I) result in lower blood glucose values (O) than African American adults who do not receive dietary/behavioral education (C)
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...adults who are known to have diabetes, were recruited to participate in a diabetes literacy class. Conclusion Lack of proper knowledge and medical literacy is associated with difficulties in understanding verbal and written medical advices from the practitioners. This sometimes results to medical complications and negative influences in health of individuals. According to the medical records, diabetes patients that have minimal knowledge of the condition would have difficulties in understanding the administration of insulin knowledge. They would also have... Interventions and Outcomes of Type Two Diabetes Interventions and Outcomes of Type Two Diabetes The study of the lifestyle of African American...
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Merits and Demerits of Bariatric Surgery in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Overweight and Obese Adults
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...Adults Introduction New and innovative recommendations for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM) in overweight and obese adults keep surfacing now and then given the increasing incidence of this particular disease over the past some years. Given the fact that type 2 DM has rapidly taken the form of a full blown epidemic, it is important to contemplate all the possible options in context of treatment. It is stressed that such type 2 diabetes therapies are highly needed which “provide adequate glycemic control without causing hypoglycemia and weight gain which are associated... ?The Role, Merits and Demerits of Bariatric Surgery in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Overweight and Obese...
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A mobile application tool, which uses persuasive design to encourage young adults to make healthier food alternatives
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...Adults to Make Healthier Food Alternatives Table of Contents Chapter 2: Literature Review 3 2.1 Introduction 3 2.2 Unhealthy Eating Behaviours and Obesity 3 2.2.1 What Is a Balanced Diet 4 2.2.2 How Eating Behaviours Are Developed of Young Adults 4 2.2.3 The Risks of Unhealthy Eating/Obesity 6 2.3 Parents Role for Forming a Basis of Healthier Foods 8 2.4 Tackling Health Problems with Applications 9 2.5 Persuasive Technology in Encouraging Healthier Food Choices 11 2.5.1 BJ Fogg’s Model 12 2.5.2 Food Labelling 14 2.6 Theoretical User Requirement 14 2.7 Summary 15 References 16 Bibliography 20 Chapter 2: Literature Review 2.1... ?A Mobile Application Tool, Which Uses Persuasive Design to Encourage Young...
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Design a study to show relationship between body mass index to asthma in both children and adults
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...adults Study design The study will implement non-experimental design for its data collection. This defines a research approach in which data is collected from a natural occurrence. It is free from randomization and treatment requirements, a feature that distinguishes it from experimental and quasi-experimental designs of quantitative research method. The design is suitable for research scopes in which treatment and randomization of research participants may not be possible because of legal, ethical, natural financial constraints. It is consequently free from many legal and ethical issues that face... Design of a study to show the relationship between body mass index and asthma in both children and adults ...
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Children who are brought to the US illegally should be deported if they are discored as adults
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...adults may fear risk... ? Illegal Children in USA The U. S under its 8, Section 135 s clearly that the improper entry of an ‘alien’ into US boundaries is a federal crime (APRA, 2006). In specific, “there are around 11.9 million illegal immigrants in the US, and they compose of almost four percent of the population” (USA Diversity Lottery, 2011). According to American Patrol (2006), illegal immigration constitutes those people who enter, or attempt to enter United States not designated by immigration officers, who also exclude examination by immigration officers and who conceal a material fact. The country origin of these immigrants mostly consists of the North American region according to statistics in...
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Is the 'Kolb cycle' helpful or a hindrance in planning a church's strategy for Christian education of adults
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...ADULTS: AN ANGLICAN THEOLOGY PERSECTIVE Professor: Date: Introduction Kolb’s cycle, first presented by David Kolb in his 1984 publication, proposes a four stage learning cycle comprised of experience, observation, conceptualization and experimentation stages (see figure 1). It proposes that an individual best learns by experience and discovery of new concepts. The four stages denote four distinctive learning styles. The experience stage involves learning acquiring knowledge by lived experience and performing set tasks. The observation stage involves learning reviewing and analysing their experiences. The conceptualization... KOLB’S CYCLE’ POSITION IN PLANNING CHURCH STRATEGY FOR CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OF...
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Does knowledge affect attitudes and perceived risks of HIV infection among young adults influencing consistent condom use
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...adults influencing consistent condom use Table of Contents 2 Introduction 4 Method 5 a.Research design 5 b. Aims, Objectives and Research question(s) 7 c. Sources of information and search strategies 8 d. Inclusion/exclusion criteria 9 e. Quality assessment system. 10 g. Expected outcomes 10 Conclusions 18 References: 19 Bibliography 20 Abstract Use of condoms and the changes in the perceptions are needed to be analysed in the aftermath of an intensified public health information regarding AIDS. Although the view that the use of condoms can prevent HIV is quite high, it remains to be examined whether this is actually... Does knowledge affect attitudes and perceived risks of HIV infection among young...
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Impatient Falls Prevention: What are the strategies That Help Reduce and Prevent Falls amongst Older Adults in Acute Settings
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...adults in acute inpatient settings. Older adults are often vulnerable to falls mostly due to various causes including the ageing process itself. The ageing process includes issues like visual impairment, gait and balance problems, as well as psychological dysfunction which can lead to falls. Method: This study carried out a review of existing studies on falls among elderly adults, evaluating studies on the causes of falls and preventive resources which can be applied to prevent such falls. Findings: Based on the studies reviewed, possible causes of falls include: visual... Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the different strategies which can help reduce and prevent falls among older...
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A mobile application tool, which uses persuasive design to encourage young adults to make healthier food alternatives
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...adults with respect to the mobile application. A questionnaire is piloted to gain quick user feedback, from which a final questionnaire is created and distributed amongst the participants. A focus group is then carried out to gain deeper insights from the questionnaire, and to allow the researcher to evaluate existing application (Greenbaum, 2000). Then the results from the theoretical user... CHAPTER 3: DATA COLLECTION 3 INTRODUCTION: This chapter entails aspects to do with data collection, data, presentation, and analysis. The main purpose of the chapter is to gather user requirements by using a questionnaire and conducting a focus group to evaluate existing apps and to assess the behavior of young...
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The use of psychotropic medication still has a place in the treatment of challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disab
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...adults with intellectual disability. Critically discuss this statement with reference to the literature. Introduction Intellectual disabilities, otherwise known as mental retardation or learning disability is a lifelong problem same as other mental disorders specified in the international systems of classification. These disabilities include various mental disorders (meta-syndrome) covering different clinical issues characterized as gaps in cognitive functioning seen before skills are acquired through learning (Salvador-Carulla and Bertelli, 2008). About 30% of individuals with intellectual disabilities... ?The use of psychotropic medication still has a place in the treatment of challenging behaviour in...
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The buying and selling of sex between (apparently) consenting adults should be none of the criminal justice systems business. Discuss
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...Adults Conventionally, prostitution is not illegal in the United Kingdom, it is considered as a private contract conducted between two consenting adults. Nevertheless, the laws function to make offering sex in exchange for cash challenging and risky. All sexual activities involving running of brothels, street walking and soliciting, where more than one woman trades sex in building are regarded illegal (Prosecution, 2015, p.2). However, there are many sections of legislation that pursue to adjust and penalize an extensive selection of acts related... Unit Question Attempted: The laws and legislation around prostitution are way far from candid. The act of prostitution isnot in itself criminalized, but a...
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