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Madeleine-Leininger
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...analysis of the document helped me understand the different constructs that define the culture care theory. I also realized that transcultural nursing was the field developed by Leininger after describing her theory successfully (Madeleine-Leininger.com, 2014). This field utilizes both cultural differences and similarities in an effort to provide assistance that matches the needs of people from different cultures. The context under which Leininger developed her theory is also given attention in the document (Leininger, 2008). Question 2 Doctor Madeleine Leininger calls her theory Culture Care Diversity and Universality as highlighted... Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality Theory of...
Madeleine Leininger -transcultural nursing theory model
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...Leininger. She realized with experience that children showed behavioral patterns which were recurrent and were highly influenced by the culture that they were brought up in (Sitzman & Eichelberger, 2012). Leininger understood that lack of cultural and care knowledge as the piece of puzzle that would overcome barriers in caring for patients with diverse cultural backgrounds. Madeleine believed that patient’s recovery and well being were influenced by the care that they were... Research Paper: Trans-Cultural Nursing Theory Model Problem ment Factors determining the negative attitudes of the nurses in work environment and how it affects severely ill children. Cultural Care Theory was presented by Madeline Le...
Madeleine
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...Madeleine views men as irresponsible an unimportant. The inefficiency of men in their parental role is evident. Madeleine’s father leaves her wife to cater for the family. Moreover, Madeleine struggles singly to ring up the children. The brothels were viewed as centers that enhanced interactions between individuals from different social classes. They could not outlaw the brothels since they were a major source of income. Moreover, they attracted prominent persons to the city. 4) What was her critique of American society during the 1890s? What was her view of moral reformers? What is her take on science and religion? In Canada, the authorities were... How did “Madeleine” become a prostitute? Although...
Relevance of Culture in Nursing
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...Madeleine Leininger: Cultural care diversity and universality theory. In C. M. McQuiston & A. A. Webb (Eds.), Foundations of nursing theory: Contributions of 12 key theorists (pp. 369-414). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Cameron, C., & Luna, L. (1996). Leininger's transcultural nursing model. In J. J. Fitzpatrick & A. L. Whall (Eds.), Conceptual models of nursing: Analysis and application (3rd ed., pp. 183-197). Stramford, CT: Appleton & Lange. Leininger, M. (1996). Transcultural nursing administration: What is it Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 8(1). Tomey, A. M., & Alligood, M. R. (Eds.). (1998). Nursing theorists and their work (4th ed.). St. Louis: Mosby. OBSERVATION... AIM:...
Madeline Leininger
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...Leininger Jeffreys, M. (November/December 2008). Dynamics of Diversity: Becoming better nurses through diversity awareness. NSNA. Jeffreys begins by stating that Madeline Leininger stated that the provision of culturally competent nursing care ought to be customized to fit cultural beliefs, values, practices, traditions, and lifestyles of the patient. The article then differentiates diversity awareness and diversity self-awareness and further provides the importance of diversity awareness in the provision of quality nursing care. The article defines enculturation within the nursing profession according to Leininger (2002), as the need for nursing students to learn the culture of nursing... Madeline...
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...Leininger with the theme of explaining the route taken by the nursing profession as it breaks cultural barriers. In the article the author describes the major phases and obstacle that occurred during the evolution of transcultural nursing for the last fifty years. Additionally, persistent and remarkable leaders have been recognized who made worth mentioning contributions to the field In the first phase, the author states that nurses should become aware of the significance of nurses operating across cultural divisions in order to serve patients... SUMMARY: EVOLUTION OF TRANSCULTURAL NURSING EVOLUTION OF TRANSCULTURAL NURSING The article, Evolution of transcultural nursing, is authored by Dr. Madeline...
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...Critique The essay sets forth important details about the language of Mordovia. In the article, the was able to trace the development of the Mordovian language and how such language has existed within the Russian-dominated society. The essay is also well-outlined and well designated in terms of development from its past up to its current development. The outline of the essay is clear and is properly structured according to topic. The substance of the essay is contributory in fulfilling the main goals of this paper. All the details included in the analysis help formulate a coherent and informative paper. This paper was also able to explain important aspects...
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...Analysis According to Goodall, Vorhaus and Carpentieri (2011), parents should play a significant role in early childhood education because they are major stakeholders who determine the success of education. They conduct planning by contributing to the formulation of policies, directives and instructions by collaborating with other stakeholders. However, Goodall, Vorhaus and Carpentieri (2011) fail to highlight that successful parenting that is seen through academic achievement only works when other existing planners are considered. According to DeCoker (2009), the government is an existing planner that provides educational... , P. G. (2011). Cases in public policy analysis....
Madeleine Leininger's Transcultural Nursing Theory
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...Madeleine Leininger’s Transcultural Nursing Theory Introduction Madeleine was born in July 13 1925 in Sutton, Nebraska in the US. She did her diploma in nursing in Denver, Colorado’s St. Anthony School of Nursing and finished in 1948. She received her B.S. from St. Scholastica’s Benedictine College located in Atchison, Kansas in 1950. Four years later, she earned Masters Degree in Mental and psychiatric health nursing from the Catholic university in Washington D.C. She received her doctorate degree (PhD) in social and cultural anthropology from the University of Washington, Seattle. During her early nursing career,...
Critique and Analysis
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...Critique and Analysis Critique and Analysis Gaining Attention in the Introduction The teacher uses the upcoming Homecoming dance togain the attention of the students. The Homecoming dance is a significant event in the lives of the students. Therefore, by using it as part of the introduction to the lesson, the teacher quickly and effectively grabs the attention of the students. The students from the get go can see that this particular lesson is applicable in real life. I believe teacher’s technique is highly effective in gaining attention in the introduction since it demonstrated the applicability of the lesson. To improve...
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...Analysis and Critique Paper Analysis and Critique Paper Synopsis Lisa K. Militello and Stephanie A. Kelly ed the article, assisted by Bernadette Mazurek. A research librarian assisted them in searching for relevant studies. The integrative research review sought an answer to the question of how the use of text message based interventions versus control or comparison interventions affect healthy lifestyle behaviors in pediatric and adolescent behaviors. Potential research reports were identified through a comprehensive electronic literature search. The search used key words such as adolescent, text message, short message service, health promotion, and healthy lifestyle behaviors in varying... ...
Research Analysis and Critique
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...ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE I. Introduction The topic to be explored is effective provision of counseling services to thehomeless adolescents. The significance of the study topic lies as a result of the seriousness of the homelessness problem. Estimates from the National Runaway Switchboard shows that there are almost 1.3 million homeless youths who live unsupervised in abandoned buildings, on streets, with strangers or with friends (“Understanding the Health Care Needs of Homeless Youth,” 2012). In this case, homeless youths face high risks of sexual exploitation, physical abuse, substance abuse, mental health disabilities, and even death. Studies have revealed that over five thousand... ANALYSIS AND...
Madeline Leininger theory integrated into the clincial practice
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...Madeleine Leininger Theory Integrated Into the Clinical Practice Madeleine Leininger was a nurse who was one of the first people to recognize the importance of ‘care’ as being of primary importance in the nursing profession. Leininger was known to have stated that care is the essence of nursing and is the ‘central, dominant, and unifying feature of nursing’ (Leininger, 1988). In addition to care, she understood that an understanding of culture and the environment from which a person comes from is essential for a nurse and came up with the term ‘cultural care’ (Shaner, n.d). Culture, in...
Research Analysis and Critique
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...ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE I. Introduction The topic to be explored is effective provision of counseling services to the homeless adolescents. The significance of the study topic lies as a result of the seriousness of the homelessness problem. Estimates from the National Runaway Switchboard shows that there are almost 1.3 million homeless youths who live unsupervised in abandoned buildings, on streets, with strangers or with friends (“Understanding the Health Care Needs of Homeless Youth,” 2012). In this case, homeless youths face high risks of sexual exploitation, physical abuse, substance abuse, mental health disabilities, and even death. Studies have revealed that over five thousand... RESEARCH ANALYSIS...
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...Analysis of Ford Mustang Commercial The Ford Mustang commercial, also known as the Mustang Inner TV is a play off the Mustang customization tool released last fall. The tool allows anyone to go online and customize or build the Mustang of the individual’s imagination. The advert features a brand new 2013 Mustang cruising through streets in a busy city that looks like Los Angeles. As it drives through, onlookers watch the car transform into the Mustang car of their dreams. When the commercial concludes, a little girl watches a Mustang in a Barbie-pink coat that then goes on to transform into the new, stealthy, and black Shelby that produces 650 Horse Power. Launching of the...
Rhetorical Analysis (Ad Critique)
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...critique: Mountain Dew’s Kickstart The advertisement of Mountain Dew Kickstart is an effective advertisement because of its effective use of the rhetorical device of pathos. Pathos is a rhetorical device that attempts to make an appeal to the audience through the use of emotion to make the delivery of a certain message effective. The message could be anything that could range from political speech to advertisement such as the Mountain Dew’s Kickstart advertisement. In the ad, the effective use of pathos or emotional appeal, albeit it used the device of humour, was effective in transmitting to the audience what the ad was all about – that it is an energy drink. The advertisement may... Teacher Ad...
Madeline Leininger Middle Range Theory
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...Madeleine Leininger received her nursing diploma from St. Antony’s School of Nursing, Denver, Colorado. In 1950, she received her undergraduate, and in 1954, she received her Master’s of Science in Mental Health and Psychiatry. She received her PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology in 1965. Throughout her career, she acknowledged the importance of care in nursing. She... ? Madeline Leninger Middle Range Theory Middle Range Nursing Theory That Is Unique In Development of Nursing Knowledge Madeleine Leninger’s theory of nursing is a unique theory in development of nursing knowledge. This theory recognizes the necessity of the concepts of caring in the field of nursing. Frequent appreciation statements...
Nursing Resarch Article Critique/Analysis
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...Critique It is a fact if not an opinion that all nurses should strive to couple managerial roles with leadership roles. The essential elements to striking a balance include critical thinking skills, good coping skills, as well as active listening skills (Stanley, 2006). These elements are no doubt what a creative nurse practitioner requires to help build a formidable nursing workforce. All professional nurses are managers and leaders at some level and that is what any professional, in whatever capacities, would always strive to achieve. It is all about striving to balance between doing the right thing at the expected time in the correct manner and doing such things right... ? Nursing Research Article...
Health Education Program Analysis/Critique
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...Analysis: Breast Cancer First Middle initial and of Prof. First and oflecturer December 10, 2011 Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, next only to skin cancer (Breastcancer.org, 2011). It is estimated that in 2011, nearly 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer and 57,650 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer would be diagnosed in women in the United States (Breastcancer.org, 2011). Therefore, breast cancer is a major public health problem facing the nation and this is the topic I have selected for this paper. Name of the program: Be Empowered: Take 3 Steps Towards Your Breast Cancer Location: Sunday, December 4, 2011 Time: 1:30 pm to 3... ? Health Education Program...
Health Education Program Analysis/Critique
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...Analysis: Breast Cancer First Middle initial and of Prof. First and of lecturer December 10, 2011 Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, next only to skin cancer (Breastcancer.org, 2011). It is estimated that in 2011, nearly 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer and 57,650 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer would be diagnosed in women in the United States (Breastcancer.org, 2011). Therefore, breast cancer is a major public health problem facing the nation and this is the topic I have selected for this paper. Name of the program: Be Empowered: Take 3 Steps Towards Your Breast Cancer Location: Sunday, December 4, 2011 Time: 1:30 pm... Health Education Program...
Analysis and Critique of Literature Review
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...Analysis and Critique of Literature Review Analysis and Critique of Literature Review Research Problem The following analysis and critique is regarding the impact of decision making in organizational performance. The article that is being analyzed is titled ‘Strategic Decision Making’ and it is by the author Charles R. Schwenk. The research problem that is under consideration is the evaluation of the factors that affect the strategic decision making in the organizations. The effectiveness of the process of decision making is highly important for the overall performance of an organization...
Analysis the given essay using critique.
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...Critique The perception of identity plays an effective role that when it comes to ones own, it appears to have a strong influence resulting incontroversial opinions even between the closely related. This is what Bharathi Mukerjee’s essay reflects. She seemed to have made critical analysis on the effects of disagreements persisting on the immigration laws and policies after the incident of September 2001. Though it might be surprising, as she has written this essay on an autobiographical mode at a very old age, it has to be admitted that she has described a wholesome collection of debates, which existed between her and her sister Mira. Bharathi’s longing for a same kind of earlier life... The...
Critique /analysis of a psychologicol problem
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...Critique/Analysis of an Article of Psychological Problem Shenk Chad, Jennie Noll, and Jennifer Cassarly conducted a study on the topic "A Multiple Mediational Test of the Relationship between Childhood Maltreatment and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury", which was published in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence, volume 39, issue 4 in the year 2010 from pages 335 to 342. The main focus of the research was to estimate the mediational effects of post-traumatic stress symptoms, psychological dysregulation, and depressive symptoms within the same multiple mediator model. One aspect that motivated the three researchers into carrying out the study was that despite...
Critique the Financial Analysis and Research
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...analysis and investment potential. In order to gauge the company’s liquidity we... Target Corporation is one of the largest discount department stores in the United s, second to only Wal-Mart. The company was founded in 1902 with their headquarters located in Minneapolis, Minnesota (Thehistoryofcorporate). The company distributes their merchandise through their network of distribution centers, their website Target.com, third parties and direct shipping from vendors. Target sells a variety of products including household essentials, sporting goods, toys, apparel and accessories, computer software and hardware, electronics, home furnishings as well as pharmacy, grocery store and pet supplies. As of...
Qualitative Data Analysis: Describe and Critique
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...Analysis: Describe and Critique The qualitative study that has been chosen for the purpose of the current assignment is “Risk Management in the Rehabilitation of Offenders with Learning Disabilities: A Qualitative Study” by Heyman, Bob, Carol Buswell Griffiths, John L. Taylor, Gregory O'Brien. Research goal and research design of the chosen qualitative study: Research goal- The goal of the chosen study was to analyze the “tension between anamnestic risk judgements and attempted rehabilitation, in relation to divergent temporal frameworks through which staff and patients understand the long time periods, measured in years, which patients typically spent in the hospital.” (Heyman et... ?Qualitative Data...
Analysis & Critique of Canadian Court System
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...Analysis & Critique of Canadian Court System Introduction The role of the court system is to protect the law by punishing those who break the law. A state must protect its citizens from the acts of law offenders through appropriate channels of punishment. Justice systems stipulate ways of dealing with offenders without causing suffering to innocent individuals. The concern of the law should be to determine the truth in legal cases and use of the truth in making legal judgments. Courts mainly apply two models in the process of seeking justice. These models are the inquisitorial and the adversary models. The Canadian Court System mostly applies the adversarial process in its legal processes... Analysis &...
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...Critique Summary of the article Many research reports are mostly found in academic journals. Researchers describemechanisms of identifying a research problem, relevant observations they made and analysis of collected data. The discussions often conclude with an explanation of results as well as implications in the study conducted. Subsequent chapters give a summary of some common characteristics related to such research work. Observation takes many forms of research work in the form of multiple choices, essay examinations and interviews. Observation incorporates direct observation by meeting people in natural settings. All observation methods are flawed to...
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...Critique This assignment presents a critique of the article d: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: An Evolutionary Perspective, written by John F. Shelley and Lee A. Rosen. About the Author Shelley completed his Ph.D. from the City University of New York, in the year 2003 in Cognitive Neuroscience. At the time of writing this article, Shelly was studying BS at Colorado State University, with majors in Psychology. He has associations to a number of psychological research institutions and has a number of papers written and published related to psychology and neurology. The paper under consideration was one of his initial developments about the subject... , and was recognized, and published...
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...Critique Table of Contents Critique of Establishing a Sense of Urgency 3 Critique Of Planning For and Creating Short Term Wins 4 Bibliography 5 Critique of Establishing a Sense of Urgency In this report, two companies have been taken into consideration. They are Netflix and Blockbusters. After going through the report it can be analyzed that the report is not comprehensive. It fails to present adequate data and information for each of the company. Also, the report is quite complex to understand. However, the best part of the report is that it presents a comparative study for Netflix and Blockbusters. The report presents how the competition in the industry forces the companies to prepare... ...
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...Critique Introduction Homosexual marriage is one of the most debatable topics of the contemporary age. Andrew Sullivan has written in favor of allowing homosexuals to get married to each other. Sullivan’s thesis is; homosexual marriages should be legalized because they fit into all of the criteria that are established to acknowledge the marriage contract between two heterosexuals. I disagree that homosexual marriages compare with the heterosexual marriages in terms of its implications on the lives of the marrying people, people related to them, and the society at large. Homosexual marriages cannot be justified without drawing help from logical fallacies and making broad generalizations... ? 9 October...
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...Critique: Fidelio Hospitality Management Software Hotels that convey superior services get a potential gain in pleasing the loyalty and recurs business of high value clientele. The hospitality business is a customer-centric industry and today equipped with technology to aiding to deliver the high-tech that brings it to advanced level and make out from competition. Technology is well conveyed when at diverse touch points, the business consumer have simplified and related information accessible at the right time to develop and add importance to the overall guest experience. There are arrays of hospitality management systems that suggest instant solutions and in the digital age it is essential... ...
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...Critique: Assignment JunJun Great work, I really love it. Your professionalism is very high especially with respectto the focal point of P. The idea of playing with the As along the side really brings out an outstanding design on the work. Keep it up. Eddie Eddie, despite the fact that you had limited fonts, I strongly find your design very interesting. I believe you have all it takes to make it better using more font variations. Rosemary Your G and R are outstandingly beautiful. The designs are great. I cannot forget the effort you placed in bringing out the design of M either. These designs are really great. Isaac This is a good and creative design especially the...
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...critique The Third Alternative is the latest book in the series of motivational and life principle books written by the noted author Stephen R Covey. The book is another title in the genre of self-help and guide books, written with the perspective of imparting knowledge about life, work and the world to the people who need some help in achieving their perfect life. The Third Alternative differentiates itself from other books by concentrating and introducing just one principle of embracing the ‘third alternative’ and then explaining this principle through examples within different contexts and situations of life. The book is a natural follow up for the regular readers... The Third Alternative: A critique ...
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...Critique essay on online writing s al affiliation) Introduction Kate Kiefer is the of the book “Do learnerslose more than what they gain in online writing classes”. Kate Kiefer is a professor of English language at Colorado State University where she teaches graduate composition and undergraduate composition theory courses. She developed her expertise and interest in writing and computers in the early 1980s when she cofounded composition and computers. She has continued to research teaching in virtual computers and physical contexts, but her recent work has focused on researching the ways in which writing, reading and thinking can be considered complex adaptive systems....
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...Critique of the film the "The Patriot” The film is a factious script trying to depict the real event in ancient American war with the British. The script is around the life of a fictitious character Benjamin Martins. Benjamin finds himself in the American Revolution war after his family is threatened. The story tends to depict the British soldiers as very cruel and inhuman. Benjamin, on the other hand, leads a militia that masterminds the defeat of the British even at the expense of a loss of his two children and home. The core message of the bravery of the Americans despite the losses due to the war. A careful review proves that Many of the American militias suffer heavy loses... of unit Critique...
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...critique The purpose of this book in Ms. Johnson’s own words is: I propose to explore the thesis that the exploitation of the earth, which has reached crisis proportions in our day, is intimately linked to the marginalization of women, and that both of these predicaments are intrinsically related to forgetting the Creator Spirit who pervades the world in the dance of life. (p.2) The purpose of this critique is to explore if Ms. Johnson was successful at this task. She seems to think that the same mindset exploits women and creates the environ-mental crisis and that both of these exploitations are the result of a misinterpretation... Earth, and Creative Spirit by Elizabeth A. Johnson, a critique The...
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...analysis of students with learning disabilities (and in particular ASD). Her extensive experience in the said field adds to her credibility and knowledge and the thoughts and ideas presented in the article critiqued... CRITIQUE: Using a strategy of “structured conversation” to enhance quality ial time – Stephanie Robinson The need for inclusion and equal opportunity with regard to further education, for youth, and particularly for students diagnosed with acute learning disabilities such as, ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) has been felt extensively in the UK and hence has been emphasized and propagated as a crucial agenda by the Government. The Disability Discrimination Act 2005 (2009 [online]) offers a...
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...Analysis of the books “How to help people” by Jay E. Adams and “Telling yourself the Truth” by William Backus and Marie Chapman Analysis of the books “How to help people” by Jay E. Adams and “Telling yourself the Truth” by William Backus and Marie Chapman Summary In “How to help people change” Jay Adams highlights how change plays a vital role as a significant goal in the counseling process. He elaborates how “substantial change requires the alteration of the heart.” However, he also indicates that change forms a fundamental problem in counseling. This is because counselors try to change people without the knowledge of how the outcome should become. With this fact, he displays the connection...
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...critique: Stress and Depression Article critique: Stress and Depression of any research is of great importance as it is the phrase capturing individuals’ attention. It has to be specific in order to convince readers that the articles content is relevant to what they are researching. Title of this article reflects on the relationship between depressive symptoms and stressful life events in cases of disadvantaged mothers. The authors, Robert C. Pianta & Byron Egeland, relates health –related stress, family violence across , and financial stress to the level of depression within a period of one year. Findings suggest that factors causing stress are closely related depression... interpersonal...
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...critique will therefore use quantitative research evaluation tools to access the reliability of the research design and the validity of the results. The research design was fairly appropriate and the authors conducted their research on 100 mother child pairs who were HIV infected. Methodology The research methodologies used were largely based on a meta-analysis of patient information of the participants. The sample space that was used was fairly adequate to ensure the accuracy of the findings. The researchers worked under the hypothesis that the elective cesarean section procedure reduced the HIV infection... Critique Insert (s) Critique Introduction With the rapidly expanding knowledge on health and...
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...Critique on Methicillin-resistant co-colonization. Approximate word count: 1180. At the outset the claim that this particular study as per their knowledge is the first to assess independent risk factors in a co-colonization scenario. Hence a lenient approach is being adopted in this critique for the simple reason that only once we have more data/publications the world over in the same area of research, can there be a concrete establishment of the actual prevalence, risk factors and clinical outcomes of patients who are co-colonized by vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE) and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). One or two studies cannot...
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...Critique Amita Patel Question one: Is this a qualitative or quantitative study? Which specific approach to this method was used? The author used qualitative study to tackle the purpose of this study. By using constant comparative approach of grounded theory, the researcher compared and explored self-care attitudes and behaviors of homeless adolescents in a high risk environment. Thus, 15 homeless adolescents were interviewed. The data was recorded, transcribed and analyzed by constant comparative method (Lynn, 2003, p, 234). Question two: Is the method used appropriate given the researcher’s purpose? Please include rational for your answer. The purpose of this study was to develop... Critique Amita...
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...Critique The article “Workers of the World, Relax” by Alain de Botton focused on the issue of happiness or satisfaction that one derives fromhis job. The author had earned his B.A. at Cambridge University and from Oxford University he had earned his M.A. degree. His interest in writing made him take the decision to voluntarily quit his Ph.D. which he was pursuing at Harvard. He has contributed in many journals and magazines and is currently residing at London. In the modern world we often find a person thinking work to be something that is unavoidable and they fail to equate it with their happiness. They want their work to be over as quickly as possible. As the result of this attitude even... Article...
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...Critique of Lagon Article It is all too common a tendency that people think that the present is immune or bereft of sins, injustices, and/or evilswhich humanity faced in times past. This might be called the hubris of the present. It is imperative, however, to note and remember that beliefs and perceptions do not always coincide with on-the-ground realities. An excellent example of this disconnect can be found in the issue of slavery. Most Americans, whether they learned it in high school history class or just absorbed it from the popular culture, typically think of slavery as an ancient and abominable practice that was eradicated at the end of the Civil War. Perhaps...
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...Critique Paper - Recorded Music Introduction All people have a way of spending their leisure time, while some go out to play and engage in different kinds of physical activities, others prefer listening to music. All these are different forms of entertainment, and are as diverse as people’s tastes and preferences. Music is one of the things that many people love to listen to. Music, as a form of entertainment is either played live or can be stored in various storage devices for people to listen to at their most preferred times. It is important to understand that listening and watching music is not just meant for leisure, it can also be watched or listened to in the course...
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...Critique of The Stanford prison experiment In his experiment, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Philip Zimbardo strives to prove the effects that societal stereotypes and environments have on human behavior. The psychologist creates a simulation of a prison and recruits a group of both prisoners and prison guards. His observation of the groups shows changes in the behavior of both the guards and the prisoners. The same is the case in Plato’s The allegory of the cave in which he observed the behavior of people in relation to their environments. The roles on the other hand limit the reality that people experience thereby influencing the formation of both their behavior and...
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...Critique Both papers one and two highlights organizations which were formed to champion, protect and promote some rights and interests of their organizations For instance, the European Union was mainly created to attempt and bring peace between its 27 member state in Europe. The United Nations was formed between member state to maintain peace and security, developing friendly relationships among nations and promoting social progress within 51 countries. On the other hand, paper organizations were formed to champion some of the rights. For example, the foreign corrupt practices act which was formed with an intention of stopping bribery of foreign official ad prohibit Us...
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...Critique of Zimbardos Quiet Rage An experiment was conducted in 1971 to assess the emotional stress that prison surroundings produces to the people living in the prisons and individuals whose responsibility is to maintain peace in the prisons. Dr. Zimbardo explains in the Quiet Rage video, the steps taken to present this research experiments. They discussed with convicts for several hours and discovered the actual presentation of prison environment. It was difficult to use the actual prison environment because of safety measures and it would be difficult to extract the responses of the convicts and the securities from what the imprisonment produces or what the individuals...
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...analysis of the JC Penny Department store web site is one that would bring out the view thatthe JC Penny Department Store deserves praise and recognition of efforts pulled together. In relation to the JC Penny Department store web site, Zmuda indicates that the store has been termed as a profitable investment in America (1). Being rated one of the best retailers of the women’s clothes of all sizes and shapes, silver awards would not be an underestimation to the store (Zmuda, 1). The standout features can be discussed as the pillars of the success story of the store, especially the runaway shows that allows the clients have a quick glimpse of the store’s products... JCPenny Department Store An analysis...
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...Critique of the research In my opinion, one of the likely limitations of the research conducted by Norton et al. (2006) is that measuring the desire of individuals to appear non-prejudiced is a complicated process; therefore, it cannot be achieved solely on the basis of color blindness. Consequently, the authors ought to have included other variables, such as body language, to enable them effectively conclude their study results. Additionally, although the researchers have primarily focused on the negative impacts of trying to appear non... ? Color blindness and interracial integration: Playing the Political Correctness Game Submission Color blindness and interracial integration: Playing the Political...
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