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Barker v. Wingo
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...Barker v. Wingo Case brief In this case, the petitioner brought the action with an aim of having his conviction overturned after a period of five years with sixteen continuances. Eventually, the petitioner was tried and issued with a conviction for murder. Facts of the Case The case involves the murder of an aged couple in July 20, 1958, Christian County, Kentucky. The couple was killed at their home by intruders, Willie Barker and Silas Manning, beating them to death. The suspects were indicted on September 15, 1958. The appointment of Counsel was done with the Commonwealth initially trying Manning to acquire a conviction before Barker’s...
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REVIEW OF V. BARKER, 2010
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...Barker, Vanessa. Explaining the Great American Crime Decline: A Review of Blumstein and Wallman, Goldberger and Rosenfeld, and Zimring. Law & Social Inquiry 35: 2 (2010): 489–516. Print... Review of V. Becker, Crime in America has been a serious issue. There have been many laws that have been implemented to ensure these crime rates go down. Becker explains that there were many cases of young people who had involved themselves in criminal activities. Dating 30 years before now, crime rates in America were very high. These crimes involved burglary, robbery, rape, homicide, motor vehicle theft and larceny. The peak of these crimes was in 1991 because it was the year where many crimes were recorded. With...
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ABC Company Latisha Barker Carolyn Woods ACC 206:
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...Barker Carolyn Woods ACC 206: Principles of Accounting II July 14, Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 I.Overall Risk Profile 3 II.Current Cash Flow of the company 4 III.Cost of the Product 6 IV.Potential Investments 7 V.Conclusion 8 References 9 Introduction Risk profile is the representation of a company’s overall exposure to some specific risks or group of risks at a given point of time. A company’s desired and targeted risk profile depends on its corporate governance approach, overall strategic objectives and risk appetite. I. Overall Risk Profile The two basic types of risks that the company ABC might face based on the current economic and industry issues... ? ABC Company Latisha...
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Case Studies: Gideon v. Wainwright, Murphy v. Florida, Barker v. WIngo, and Pate v. Robinson, Estes v. Texas etc
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...Barker v. Wingo Was a case in which the United States Supreme Court held that determination of whether or not the sixth amendment right to a speedy trial for defendants in criminal cases has been denied, must be made on a case by case basis. One factor recognized by the court was the length of the delay, but the Supreme Court has never explicitly ruled that some particular time limit must apply. Another factor recognized by the court was the reason for the delay. The prosecution may not excessively delay the trial for its own advantage, but the trial may be delayed to secure... 1 Gideon v. Wainwright The Supreme Court had earlier ruled in Powell v. Alabama, 287 U.S. 45 (1932),...
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Implementation of the Marketing Strategy
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...Barker, ‎Barker & ‎Bormann, 2012). The second thing that will be key in the implementation will be visiting bars near campuses to promote the beer brands. This will require... Implementation of the Marketing Strategy al Affiliation Implementation of the Marketing Strategy Campaigns/Programs The implementation of the marketing plan is perhaps the most important aspect. Social media platforms such as Tweeter and Facebook will be central in the success of the plan. Hop Valley Brewing Company will publish content in the various social media platforms and the company website. This will include information on the available brands of beer, the prices and the benefits associated with the company’s products...
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Cultural Studies
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...Barker "Culture' is a strange and capacious category. It's one of those concepts, perhaps the best example, that we simply cannot do without - it is used everywhere - but which is also very unsatisfactory and cries out for betterment. No one can define it exactly; say what it'really' means. That's partly why it's so useful of course, because we can always say later we meant something slightly different whilst getting on for now saying something nearly right of great importance." (Cultural Studies: Theory and practice-2003) I couldn't agree more with Chris Barker's rendition and understanding of how we "need" cultural studies and how culture... BOOK REVIEW Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice By Chris...
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Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial - Illegitimate use of continuances
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...Barker v. Wingo, the Supreme Court came up with four legitimate reasons that could be used to seek continuances. Barker v. Wingo test has been now applied to cases of Sixth Amendment claims (Herman, 2006). There are four main criteria’s that need to be considered if right to speedy trial has been violated. They are: “length of the delay, reasons for the delay, defendant’s assertion of his rights and prejudice to the defendant” (Pati, 2009, 206). The consistency of the Barker v. Wingo test has been questioned by many but the need of such a test... Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial - Illegitimate use of continuances Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial - Illegitimate use of continuances In Barker...
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Sweenty Todd
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...Barker who loves his young beautiful wife and child only to have them taken away from him when he is unjustly sent to prison in Australia. The life of Barker’s wife is destroyed by the corrupt judge who wrongly sends him to prison, rapes his wife and takes Barker’s child as his ward. After fifteen years of wrongful imprisonment, Barker escapes from prison and makes his way back to London. Once back home, Barker returns to his barbershop where he meets up with the landlady... Running Head: SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street of Your institution Discussion “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” tells the story of London’s Benjamin Ba...
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Managing Organisations, People and Self
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...Barker owns the double-glazing business “Hole in the Wall” and built it completely on the basis of his own skills and capability. He also employed a small group of people and provided his services on a small scale. The business had registered immense growth in the tenure of its operation over the years. In the recent years, the business had to deal with several key issues that harm its operations and reputation considerably. Contextually, this assignment will analyse... ?Managing Organisations, People and Self Table of Contents 0.Introduction 3 2.0.Problems Evaluation 3 2 Motivation 4 2.2.Leadership 5 2.3.Organisation Culture 6 3.0.Recommendations for Improvement 6 3.1.Enhancing Motivation in the...
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Pros and Cons of Police Gratuities
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...Barker 43). The debate of police officers acceptance of gratuities has been a subject of discussion over a long period. Many researchers on police corruption view the acceptance of even the smallest benefit or gift as the onset of the end... Pros and Cons of Police Gratuities A police gratuity is the money or “tip” that police officers accept in exchange for their services. Police officers usually accept goods or money in return for engaging in activities, which they are mandated to perform under the terms of their employment. It is necessary to note that police gratuities do not involve acts that are criminal like theft and burglary, and deviant acts performed within the law enforcement environment...
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I need a review of the movie Go Tell The Spartans
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...Barker, and he is the heart and soul of the film. Barker has fought in many wars and is world-weary and wise. He knows his men are foolish and outnumbered. He does everything he can to teach them to prepare themselves for battle. But the men at Muc Wa are just one cog in a larger wheel. We see how the bureaucracy of the American armed forces slows things down and prevents soldiers from showing initiative. Even after numerous complaints, Barker is still undermanned. In a sense, he is only awaiting his own death. In order the fully understand... ? "Go Tell The Spartans" The 1978 film “Go Tell the Spartans” is a dramatic indictment of American activity in Vietnam. The story, which takes place in 1964, shows ...
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Discussion questions
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...Barker, 2012). Question 6 Managed health care refers to techniques or programs whose intention is to minimize unnecessary health care expenses. Managed health care include economic incentives for patients to select l affordable health care, control of length of stay and admission of inpatients, programs that evaluate the necessity of the provision of specific health care services, incentives for cost sharing for expensive and specialized services such as outpatient surgery, and forming health service provision contracts with selected health care providers (DeNisco & Barker, 2012). Chapter 7 Question 3 Behavioral modification has become... The practice of Nursing Insert Insert of Insert of supervisor The...
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Canadian Politics
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...Barker emphasis is given on the potential limitation of the party discipline in Canada, so that the freedom of the members of the parliament to be increased. Reference is made to two, opposite, views. Kilgour, Kirsner and McConnell, note that party discipline in Canada should be reduced, or even eliminated, since it reduces the power of the members of the parliament to vote independently in regard to the issues brought to the parliament for discussion and verification. The party discipline, as applied in the parliamentary system of Canada, means that the members of the parliament have... ? Canada is supposed to be a parliamentary system, but the judiciary and the executive exert undue power in...
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Subject : Doctoral Education in Nursing and what the future holds for the profession
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...Barker in her book traces down the history of the beginning and growth of nursing. She points out the gradual transition of nursing from its religious association to acquiring professional status. There has been a deliberate effort to make the nursing system base on scientifically sound educational set up. The approach to develop... a professional practice oriented education is the high point in the history of nursing. Professional education and autonomy In the last few decades nursing has emerged as a proper profession from its status of a semi-profession (Barker, 2009, p8). Professionalism has brought in the concept of autonomy that includes decision making and...
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Dynamics of crime and Delinquency
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...Barker and Colin, 23). However, Baccaria denotes that currently, laws are enacted and enforced by a few people, who are out... Crime and Delinquency: Question Number One: According to this passage, Baccaria believes thatlaws should be enacted by people, through consensus. That is, out of a free will. According to history, laws were enacted through consensus, and because of this, these laws did not entrench on the rights of people. There was happiness and unity within the society. Baccaria therefore advocates for involving the majority in the affairs of the state, and legal rule. This is a characteristic of a democracy, and it plays a role in ensuring there is peace and stability within the state (Barker ...
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Hells Angels Street Gang
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...Barker 115) The gang always protects its illegal activities from the arm of the law by threats through; conducting killings of police officer and member of the public. They earned their superiority by winning a fight with another gang leading to massive loss of life and its spreading far and beyond even if the government is following them closely, although having informers within them it still survives since it’s a big network and also has professional killers that are in the group making the police also to step back sometimes (Barker 115) Hell’s Angels has strongholds in major... Street Gangs One of the gang that has become well established is Hell’s Angels. It’s is one oldest gang group to be formed i...
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What is Evidence Based Practice
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...Barker (2009), Evidence Based Practice is beneficial to a registered nurse in the sense that it provides current and best evidence that enable them to make important decisions regarding the care and the management of the given patients. Furthermore, through the integration of evidence based practice in health care by registered nurses, in accordance to a research conducted by Ellis (2000), patient’s outcomes increase to at least 20% better than when Evidence based... Evidence Based Practice Heath care providers in the likes of nurses and the rest are often confronted with very difficult situationson a daily basis in related to caring of patients, for instance, how does one interprets accurately...
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Cultural Difference
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...Barker, Tumambing, 2011). People from the same ethnic group share... ? Understanding Cultural Differences Ethnic identity People from different cultures are distinct from each other because of the cultural context in which they develop. Thus they have not just different norms, rules and rituals, but also different ways of making and eating food and different clothes (Hall, 2005). Besides these visible changes, they also differ from each other in the attitudes, skills and ideas that they value and use (Lott, 2010). Ethnic identity may be defined as the experience of a connection or a feeling of kinship with a particular group based on its visible and subtle norms, language, customs and beliefs...
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Marketing Planning and Strategy (Learning Activity)2
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...Barker et al., 2012). Free business promotion: social networking sites offer platforms for free business promotion through facilitation of interactive sessions (Brennan & Schafer, 2010). Cons All information is public: because social... Marketing Planning and Strategy: Activity 2 Marketing Planning and Strategy: Activity 2 Introduction In the contemporary global market, many businesses are turning their attention to marketing on social media. With growing popularity of social media, online marketers have shifted their focus to social sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter among others. Despite apparent benefits, social media marketing also has intrinsic disadvantages. This paper focuses on the pros ...
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Bipolar Disorder Essay
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...Barker, 284). A typical case of bipolar disorder is characterized by the presence of both manic and depressive episodes, and each of these may be exhibited differently by different persons. Some people experience more manic symptoms while others experience more depressive symptoms, and yet others experience both types of episodes roughly equally... ? Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder or manic-depression as it is sometimes called is one of the most complex of the mood disorders In terms of both, symptoms presented and treatment. Bipolar disorder is found in about 1% of the population; but the incidence of the disorder may be considered slightly higher when a wider spectrum of symptoms is considered...
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Cultural Difference
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...Barker, Tumambing, 2011). People from the same ethnic group share... Understanding Cultural Differences Ethnic identity People from different cultures are distinct from each other because of the cultural context in which they develop. Thus they have not just different norms, rules and rituals, but also different ways of making and eating food and different clothes (Hall, 2005). Besides these visible changes, they also differ from each other in the attitudes, skills and ideas that they value and use (Lott, 2010). Ethnic identity may be defined as the experience of a connection or a feeling of kinship with a particular group based on its visible and subtle norms, language, customs and beliefs (Mio, Barker, ...
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Multicultural Psychology Paper
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...Barker, Tumambing, 2011). Multicultural psychology assumes that there are different cultures that are quire varied, and that all behavior that is seen in people is learned within contexts that are specific to the cultures they come from. Thus, different cultures may provide different norms... ? Multicultural Psychology Psychology has often been generically defined as the study of human and animal thought, emotion and behavior. With advances in the field, it has become evident that some of the earlier notions that lead the research in human psychology were either flawed or based on incomplete understanding of the phenomenon in question (Nagayama-Hall & Barongan, 2001). Specific areas of research have been ...
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Accounting for debt and share investment
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...barker Inc. Bond 68000 Cash 67069 Bond discount... overstatement in the financial statements (Kieso & Weygandt, 1998). Any gain realized on the difference of fair value and cost cannot be reported in the income statement of the businesses. On the contrary, any loss must be provided for accordingly as demanded by the accounting policies and principles. Fair values of the investments Book values Hilton shares 2000*12.6=25200 68040-45360= 22680(B/S) Elder shares investment 8200*10.3=84460 80425(B/S) Venture shares 3.2*14000 =...
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The Leader as Communicator
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...Barker, 2010). Moreover, it is important to always design messages in mind before triggering them to the audience and most importantly never send mixed messages. It is because mixed messages can reduce the effectiveness of the communication process and might contribute to weaken the accomplishment of desired aims (Barker, 2010... Leader as a Communicator Leader as a Communicator Communication is an art and it is something, which could be considered more than science because it does not based on experimentation, observations and outcomes, but it includes, sound principles and a wide variety of themes. Sometime, communication skills are naturally gifted, but some other people have to work on it to develop...
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Health Related Website Eval Form and Nursing Article from Bay College Library
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...Barker, 2009). Evidence based practice is not only based on research since it includes all forms of research. It is a research practice where nurses use current information to make clinical decisions. Do you think geriatric article has incorporated evidenced based research when dealing with their patients? References Barker, J. (2009). Evidence-Based Practice for Nurses. New York: SAGE Publications. (2012). Bay College Library: Resource for Nursing. Retrieved on September 21st 2012 from Rubin, A. (2011). Practitioners Guide to Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice. New York: John Wiley & Sons.... Evidence Based Research Geriatric nursing is a comprehensive article that provides clinical...
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Professional statement
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...Barker 23). I deserve recognition with the advancement to clinical level III, because I have proved at many levels my skills and expertise as a staff nurse on ACE unit caring for the geriatric patients. I have a Bachelor Degree in Nursing Honors from Holly Family University and an induction to sigma theta tau International Nursing Honor Society. During my third year in nursing school, in 2007, I became... Professional ment My is Florence Akouegnon, a registered nurse on the ACE unit and I am applying for the clinical level III. I have a passion for caring for geriatric patients. As a nurse, it is my responsibility to be their advocate to fight, defend and stand for them in every aspect of their lives...
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Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Indians of the Rio Grande (1528-1536)
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...Barker, pp. 15-20). Their natives were very active, as they could run for miles to hunt. Their habitants were small huts made up of mats, which they would carry with them to different places, in search of food. They were also very jovial; they would dance and celebrate their festivals... ? s In a paragraph and in your own words, write a summary of the document? (In other words, what is this document about?) Cabeza de Vaca was one of its kind Spanish explorers who, along with his crew discovered the American Western Hemisphere. Cabze de Vaca narrates his story in his journals. After being abandoned in Florida, and six years of subordination, we finally emancipated ourselves and fled to Mexico City...
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Pat Barker's novel Regeneration
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...Barker’s novel Regeneration Order 519819 Topic: Pat Barker’s novel Regeneration The objective of an ideal medical practitioner, who istrue to his profession, is to reform and rehabilitate his patient. Assist in recouping one’s physical and mental health. A patient is a wounded personality in many areas. The novel “Regeneration,” by Pat Barker details the consequences and psychological effects of World War I, on the fighting forces, especially the sensitive individuals. For a soldier, fighting is not all about earning bread and butter for him and his family. He has a cause for the fight, the heart for the fight, the will, grit and determination for the fight; and finally, to receive... ? Topic: Pat...
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Howard Barker's ''The Castle''
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...Barker's The Castle (1985) Howard Barker: playwright, poet, visual artist, and essayist. Barker encompasses the total, complete and methodical approach to theatre and the construction of mise-en-scene. In this he shares much in common with European theatre practitioners, such as Antonin Artaud and Bertolt Brecht. He is not typical of the British theatre establishment and has often alienated himself from them. He is not the type of artist to leave the script at the rehearsal door and not engage with the process beyond that. He is detailed, descriptive and respectful of the discipline of dramaturgy. Barker has gone so far... Critically explore and account for experiments with Female Characters in Howard...
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Criminal Spatial Behavior
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...Barker (2000) demonstrated that in their interview sample, most robberies and burglaries are committed from approximately 1.5 to 3 miles from the home of the perpetrator. References: Barker M. (2000). The criminal range of small-town burglars, in: D. Canter en L. Alison, profiling property crimes. Liverpool: Ashgate Dartmouth, p. 57-73. Brantingham, P. (1981). Environmental Criminology. Bevery Hills: Sage Publications. Canter, D. & Youngs, D. (2009). Investigative psychology: Offender profiling and the analysis of criminal action. New York: John Wiley & Sons.  ... Criminal Spatial Behavior The different ways that criminals view themselves influence both their criminal behavior andthe environment where ...
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Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Indians of the Rio Grande (1528-1536)
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...Barker, pp. 15-20). Their natives were very active, as they could run for miles to hunt. Their habitants were small huts made up of mats, which they would carry with them to different places, in search of food. They were also very jovial; they would dance and celebrate their festivals... s In a paragraph and in your own words, write a summary of the document? (In other words, what is this document about?) Cabeza de Vaca was one of its kind Spanish explorers who, along with his crew discovered the American Western Hemisphere. Cabze de Vaca narrates his story in his journals. After being abandoned in Florida, and six years of subordination, we finally emancipated ourselves and fled to Mexico City (Barker, ...
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The Tidal Model of Mental Health Recovery: by Theorist Phil Baker
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...Barker will be examined. Tidal Model originated in the early 1980s, and it was based on Phil Barker’s work on women diagnosed with manic depression and on Poppy Buchanan-Barker’s work... by both health care practitioners and patients. The function of the nurse in this model is to control and engage the individuals in relation to controlling or managing their distress. The nurse is also supposed to give the patient the ability to develop strategies for coping with his or her anxiety. Statement of Beliefs My perspective of nursing is that a nurse is a caring person who treats the patient as a whole and not as the disease that he or she is suffering. A nurse will be one that will help the...
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Situational reactions
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...Barker, 2006).  Scenario B In scenario B, it is a case of marijuana which is an illegal drug. As police officers, we should always be in the front line to fight it at whatever cost. As an officer, I would choose to ignore my colleague’s request. To make him convince I would make a request that we visit a drug expert who would make him understand the side effects that are associated with marijuana’s consumption. I am confident he would understand after getting an explanation that marijuana affects individuals in a different manner from the other. By this, it is clear that his wife may face more adverse effects than other individuals who consume... Situational reactions Situational reactions Scenario A In ...
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Compare and contrast the person-centred and mindfulness approaches to understanding and working with fear and sadness. Which of
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...Barker, Vossler, & Langdridge, 2010 p.2 Chapter 1.). Several therapeutic approaches (such as existential, humanistic, and mindfulness) can be found in counselling of clients experiencing fear or sadness in which fear and sadness can be interpreted as universal experiences. Other approaches (mostly psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioural approaches (CBT... ? Person-Centered and Mindfulness Person-Centered and Mindfulness Introduction Sadness and fear can be regarded as some of the most dominant emotional difficulties that most people report and pursue counselling. Sadness represents an expression of grief and loss through life transitions such as loss of a loved one and other disappointments in life...
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Genetic testing for overall population health
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...Barker, 2013). In this respect, a nurse with advanced knowledge is a key driver of the prospects of genetic testing. The idea is to ensure that nurses work under mutual grounds with their patients to ensure proper genetic testing and improved population health. References DeNisco, S. M., & Barker, A. M. (2013). Advanced practice nursing: Evolving roles for the transformation of the profession (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Sharpe, N. F., & Carter, R. F. (2006). Genetic Testing: Care, Consent, and Liability. New York: John Wiley & Sons.... Genetic Testing For Overall Population Health Affiliation: Improved healthcare approaches have allowed practitioners to undertake intensive and ...
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Managing Organisations, People and Self
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...Barker. One of the main problem facing the organization is low motivation among employees. Another problem that the organization is facing is poor management. Yet another major problem that the company is facing relates to the lack of cooperation amongst employees. This paper will discuss the main problems facing Hole in the Wall and will present recommendations on how the problems can be solved. Employee Motivation One major problem that is hampering the progress of Hole... ?Managing Organisations, People and Self: Hole in the Wall Management of organizations, people, and self has been widely explored, especially in the recent times. This is attributable to the impact it has on the success of an...
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The Broken Windows Theory
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...Barker 2011). Not only are there police who have a regular beat in a community but they also... Broken Windows The “Broken Windows” theory proposes that more serious crimes will come from minor crimes if they are not addressed in the first stages of infractions. In other words, if a window is broken in a building and no one does anything about it, then there will be more broken windows and, consequently, the building will lose all its glassed-in windows (Shelden 2003). 2. The “Broken Windows” theory can be directly applied to those strategic implementations where police maintain a presence in any particular neighborhood, such as in a community which has a store-front operation (Shelden 2003; Hunter & Bark...
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Ethical Care & Nursing as a Profession
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...Barker, 2009). This is different from other professionals, which do not require learning experiences. For instance, many entrepreneurs do not have the entry-level education. Strangely, some of the entrepreneurs with lower qualifications expose desirable skills, as they record immense success. Therefore, nursing is a profession that should enhance entry level qualifications, in enhancing the service provision. Although controversies have emerged, the approach should be administered in annihilating future mistakes. Staff Certification and Whistle blowing At times, whistle blowing is an approach that helps in enhancing service provision. For instance...  Nursing as a Profession Ethical Care and Nursing...
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Second paper
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...Barker, 2005). This paper deems to signify on the importance of using family integrated therapy, when the people involved are mentally retarded. These are people that have a lesser reaction according to the normal functionality of the human mind. They need better care and maintenance to ensure they are sound health in the course of their living. Baker succinctly elucidates on the favorable commitment that should be used... ? Lack of Family Integration in Patient Treatment Lack of Family Integration in Patient Treatment Introduction According to the PhilBaker tidal model, there are various instances that can be used to treat a patient, especially when affected with mental illness (Baker and...
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Alzeihmers Disease
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...Barker (2002) more concisely defined the disease as "a progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by chronic personality disintegration and cognitive deficits, including confusion, disorientation, and stupor" (655). Furthermore, it is a global worsening of cognitive function in the existence of consciousness wherein persistent impairment of intellect compromises mental activities. Although the explicit causes of Alzheimer's disease are still unbeknownst to professionals in the medical and scientific field, there are several theories that bring light to the etiology of the disease, which point to cell loss. The abnormal beta-amyloid protein theory suggests that accumulations... Running Head:...
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Describe some of the different ways of conducting an archaeological excavation
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...Barker). Since the fundamental nature of the soil is analyzed through its underlying rocks therefore initially the subsoil is studied then soil’s fertility is known which further helps in the determination of farming or vegetation settlements. Archeological sites are broadly defined as the settled residues of different structures which over the period of time convert into earthworks and rubble through the process of stone-rubbing, erosion, decay and invasion by the animals and plants (Barker). Sometimes it is possible that the researchers locate a residual... Archaeological Excavation Archaeological excavation refers to the idea of studying the remains of ancient civilizations and former living...
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Research Methodology: Issues Faced in Collecting Smaples and Data for a Multicultural Study
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...Barker, Tumambing, 2011). Some important issues are related... ? Research Methodology Issues faced in collecting samples and data for a multicultural study Introduction Psychology as a science has been defined asa study of human behavior, thought and emotion. Although this definition is meant to apply to all human beings, the data actually used to develop theories of human functioning has often been restricted to certain communities (Ember & Ember, 2009). Although this was not considered an important issue to begin with, over time it became apparent that these theories were flawed in that they did not take cultural and situational factors into account. The context in which a behavior is observed can play ...
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Meiji revolution
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...Barker Origins and Significance of the Meiji Restoration) 1 In 1871, the Meiji government announced the abolition of feudalism as a form of government. Clan governments and clan armies were ordered to dismiss. The Central Government divided Japan into 75 prefectures governed by centrally appointed officials. In 1873, it was announced that all landowners had to pay a yearly tax of 3% of the land value. Certificates... 1. What were the major reforms enacted by the new Meiji government in the 1870s? The Meiji leaders had experienced both the corrupt Tokugawa feudalrule and the pressure of Western imperialism. They agreed that modernization was...
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Middle-Range Theory Application Assignment
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...Barker, 2001) which is considered as the first model for recovery developed by nurses and practitioners (Brookes, 2006). Tidal Model of Mental Health Recovery Over the past decades, psychiatry was mainly focused on the things that were done to the patients, and not with them. Mental illness was contained in order to significantly reduce the disturbances; however, by the end of the 20th century, the belief that professionals can sort out psychiatric problems was dramatically declining (Davidson & Strauss, 1992). With this, the concept of recovery as well as it focus on values had been highlighted, which has driven Barker (2001) to come up with the Tidal Model of Mental Health... Introduction People with...
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Hyper parents applied with Abrams' structure and agency perspective
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...Barker 2005). Despite the parent’s belief that they are creating a perfect life for their children, research has indicated that hyper parenting has a negative effect on children. On becoming adults, hyper parented kids have been found to be not fully prepared to deal with issues of the world, to be highly anxious and not able to work without supervision (CBC Documentaries 2011). Such negative effects among others are a clear indication that hyper parenting is not an effective form of parenting. It is a growing trend that should therefore, be discouraged. Children should be allowed a chance to think and act independently to enable them efficiently cope with the day to day...
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Peer review
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...Barker, L. E., & Williamson, D. F. and Diabetes and stress: an anthropological review for study of modernizing populations in the US-Mexico border region. By Ely, J., Zavaskis, T., & Wilson, S. Diabetes has become a dreadful disease affecting global states, but mostly the Americans owing to their lifestyles’ alteration. Mainly, the condition is also evident in other developed states (Ely, Zavaskis & Wilson, 2011). Consequently, this has intrigued me into wanting to know much regarding the state of the disease besides its rates both presently... ? Peer Review It is irrefutable presently; diabetes has become a global predicament affecting numerous people owing to their altered lifestyles and social...
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Why did George Grant describe Canada in 1965 as collapsed, disappeared unable to be sovereign and impossible, and Canadian nationalism as having been defeated Does the study of Canadian politics, society, and political cult
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...Barker & Charlton 2012). The Canadians have also accepted... Canadian Nationalism The United s and Canada have had a very friendly relationship for a very long time. The two countries share a common border, and language. These countries operate a free market between them. The extent of this relationship has spread to politics and aspects of governance. The two countries also share the same ideologies and culture. Though there are several differences between the two countries, some political analysts believe that the Canadian political culture is slowly being Americanized. George grant described Canada as lacking nationalism. In his analysis, he felt that the country was unable to be sovereign and will...
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Police corruption
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...Barker, 2011). The vice is a complex issue especially with the police operating in an environment that offers not only a favorable environment for temptation but also gives opportunities where the police have no option but to participate in the corrupt acts. Most caught incidences of police corruption have shown that some police participate in corrupt practices because of fear of ostracize from other officers. The common belief among the police has been that all suspects are guilt... Police corruption Abstract The term corruption describes activities that range from bribery to preventing course of justice and exercise of power for a personal benefit. Commentators vary in the depth of corruption definiti...
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Counselling: Exploring Fear and Sadness
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...Barker, Langridge and Vossler 2010, p.7). Depression falls into several categories (based on symptoms and their functional influence): subthreshold depressive (inclusive of mild, moderate, and, severe depression. The increasing prevalence of mental problems has increasingly fuelled the perception that depression and anxiety are over-diagnosed... ? Introduction Mental disorders represent psychological conditions typified by significant disorganization of personality,emotions, and mind to severe damage of psychological and social functioning of the individual. Depression delineates presence of negative affect (low mood) and/or lack of positive affect (loss of interest and pleasure in undertaking most...
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Theories on Mental Health and Illness
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...Barker. Summarize their work briefly and how do their ideas of mental health nursing appeal to you and why Peplau- mother of psychiatric nursing gave Interpersonal Theory of Nursing emphasizing nurse does not perform therapy on patient rather the nurse is therapy. Further, incorporates psychological meaning of events, feelings and behaviors in nursing interventions (Evans, 2008). Travelbee- Human-to-Human Relationship model emphasizing purpose of nursing through establishment of nurse-patient relationship; must assist the patient, family or community to cope with sufferings (Evans, 2008). Barker- Interdisciplinary model of care called "Tidal... Q1. Summarize the major viewpoint and criticism of the...
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