Dorothea Lange
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...Dorothea Lange in 1936. Working as a documentary photographer for the Farm Security Administration (FSA), her report of the American family life in the 1930s, especially of the Migrant Mother was said to be influential that it created a wider impact on John Steinbacks writing of his novel The Grapes of Wrath (“Migrant Mother, 1936”). The portrait of Florence Owen Thompson, a face marked with wrinkles and a distant gaze seemingly full of worries; to the right and left are her... Migrant Mother: A Picture of Great Depression There could probably be no other iconic photograph of the 20th century that will ultimately represent the Great Depression in America, than the picture of Migrant Mother captured by...
Japanese Internment
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...Dorothea Lange and Carl Mydams in the survey graphics,life itself and U.S camera. The three paved way for a way to give historians insight into the contentious chapter of the national history when the government fingered that it was necessary to restrict civil liberties. The article by Dorothea Lange reveals how photojournalism was contributed to by the visual construction of race, citizenship and gender. The article provides valuable perceptions and insights about what the Japanese went... Race, citizenship, and gender in World War II Photojournalism. Dolores Flamiano in her article, analyzes the published photographs of the Japanese Americans interned in the World War II. They were done by Anse dams,...
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...Dorothea Lange shows an image of a mother holding her child. Lange depicts it as the image of a migrant mother. The photograph can be classified under the candid genre of photography, because the subject seems clueless about the photographer. The woman in photograph is also not looking... Genres of the Pictures In the first 1989 photograph by Yasumasa Morimura it presents a doublonnage dancer in a varnished photograph which is mounted on a 94.5 X 47.25 in (240.03 X 120.02 cm) panel. The photograph promotes the contemporary practices. The photograph is on portraiture genre based on several factors. A characteristic of this photograph shows a dancer who is visually presented and shown from a frontal view. ...
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...Dorothea, Lange. 1936. Destitute pea pickers in California. Mother of seven children. Age thirty-two. Nipomo, California (LOC). Flickr, a Yahoo company. Web. 11Th April 2015. Digital Image. I am intrigued by the manner in which the characters in this image seem to be in different worlds though sharing the same settings. This is evident in the way the mother seems not to notice what is going on due to being in deep thoughts due to desperation. Judging from the look of her face, it is undeniable even she did not notice whether the photographer who was taking this image except her two children on the sides who hid their faces. Probably, this is due to desperation their family... Free Writing Figure...
Art History Final: Short answers and Slide identification plus discussion
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...Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, 1936  Migrant Mother is one of a series of photographs Dorothea Lange made of Florence Owens Thompson and her children. The black and white photograph is the photographer’s subjective interpretation of how the Great Depression has affected American families (Nordeman, “Dorothea Lange”). Migrant Mother initially served as a powerful and effective documentary photograph but with the classical triangular composition, and the emotional and symbolic character exhibited in the photograph, it became a contemporary work of art (National Endowment for the Humanities 80-81... Walter Gropius, Bauhaus Buildings, 1925 Walter Gropius’ Bauhaus building was a major exemplar of modern...
Histories of Photography
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...Dorothea Lange. The thesis of this essay is that, documentary photography plays a major role in advocating for social and political change. Analysis Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine Jacob Riis was an urban social reformer; he took up photojournalism due to his passion and devotion to change the inhumane conditions that people lived in the rapidly developing urban regions (Jensen 3). Lewis Wickes Hine followed soon after with his advocacy for the improvement of child labor laws in the U.S. He used photography in his surveys on the child-labor conditions and eve worked with the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). The pictures below show some... Histories of Photography The Photographers Eye This essay looks...
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...Dorothea Lange who built her reputation in the field of photography by taking the picture of the migrant farmers living in California during the depressing time that started in 1929. The picture above is known as Dorothea Lange Migrant Mother Nipomo California North America (1936) with the description as Gelatin-silver print, 12.5 in to 9.16” (31.5* 25.2 cm), The Museum of Modern Art New York. The Museum of Modern Art New York holds all the copy rights of this picture as well (Barnet 2002)1. This picture Dorothea Lange Migrant Mother Nipomo... Type the company [Type the document [Type the document sub [Type the introduction The first piece of photograph was taken by an American photographer known as...
Histories of Photography
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...Dorothea Lange. The thesis of this essay is that, documentary photography plays a major role in advocating for social and political change. Analysis Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine Jacob Riis was an urban social reformer; he took up photojournalism due to his passion and devotion to change the inhumane conditions that people lived in the rapidly developing urban regions (Jensen 3). Lewis Wickes Hine followed soon after with his advocacy for the improvement of child labor laws in the U.S. He used photography in his surveys on the child-labor conditions and eve worked with the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC). The pictures below show some... Histories of Photography The Photographers Eye This essay looks...
Comparing and Contrasting Two Images
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...Dorothea Lange which captured the sheer desperation of a mother who was worrying how to feed all her seven children (although only three were shown in that iconic photograph with the youngest still an infant). It is an unforgettable sad portrait. On the other hand, this photograph will be contrasted with a picture of another mother in a formal (official) historical portrait by an extremely talented female painter by the name... COMPARISON AND CONTRAST ESSAY (An essay on two images) of (affiliation) Location of COMPARISON AND CONTRAST ESSAY Introduction – there are times in history which are quite memorable or remarkable in the way that things happened to people through momentous events. One of these wa...
The Great Depression
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...Dorothea Lange and Roy Stryker captured the lives of the farmers. James Agee and Erskine Caldwell described the southern life (Ingui, p 108-109). Response of US Government US Government’s response to tackle the great depression has always been a popular subject of debate... ?The Great Depression Table of Contents Introduction 3 Causes of Great Depression 3 Impact on Society 4 Response of US Government 5 References 6 Introduction Great depression is undoubtedly one of the most significant incidents in the history of world economy. It began in 1929 and stayed till late 1930s. The United States is one of those countries that were badly affected by this severe economic turmoil. This essay points out the main ...
The struggles of americans
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Image
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...Dorothea Lange during the Resettlement Period in Nipomo, California in 1963 is an image that carries more than a thousand words. Looking at the picture alone, many words can pop out of the mind of onlookers such as poverty, hunger, hopelessness, family, help and many more. Indeed, the single shot of the mother with her children creates a mantra of events on the minds of onlookers trying to place themselves on the shoes of the subject. The mother with her two children on her sides is posed naturally creating an atmosphere of heavy drama. It is easy to assume that they are family. It can be seen on the way the children lean on their mother as source of comfort... “Migrant Mother The Screech for Help A...
Coaching and Mentoring in Organisations
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...Dorothea Lange in March 1936 in California. The photo representing a hungry and desperate mother reveals the lack of economic insecurity among the American residents. The economy was so tough that the desperate mother and her children fed on birds and frozen vegetables derived from the surrounding fields. Also, the economic situation had forced the desperate mother to sell the tires of her car in order to buy food for her starving children. If the residents had prepared for such situations early enough and saved enough money, then they would have survived through the situation without the need for much support from the government. Lastly... Relevance of the Letters and Photographs of the Great...
Number 1A,1948
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...Dorothea Lange manifested the social functions of art. Indeed, although the main function of art is depicting beauty, it also serves... Number 1A, 1948 Art is a very fundamental yet controversial in the modern society. This emanates from the fact that there is no universal definition of art or its functions. The definition of art has been changing with time just like its functions and meanings. This has led numerous debates and critics about art in the recent times. Indeed, Harold Rosenberg stands out as the most fundamental American art critic of the twentieth century as seen in his 1959 work the tradition of the new. Notably, art derives numerous benefits for individuals and groups and hence an...
Art and Knowledge.
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...Dorothea Lange, Paul Strand, and various other photographers. An example is the ‘White Angel Breadline’ by Dorothea Lange. The work took birth in the year 1933 when the American street was getting deeply cut by the Depression. The work ‘White Angel Breadline’ is a black and white photograph that shows a few men, probably in the street. Admittedly, the work evidently transforms the element of gloom... ?Art and Knowledge Introduction The question whether people derive some knowledge from art is an old one. Traditionally, art has been viewed as or ntal or emotional in character. One can see the presence of this ideology in the work of Plato which argues that the appearance of poetry as a source of knowledge ...
Depression
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...Dorothea Lange showing... Depression: Analysis of Photographs The 1930s was a difficult period in the history of the United s vaguely similar to the current economic meltdown, however due to different reasons. The vast plains of the continent were afflicted with the worst of dust storms for almost the entire decade due to agriculture malpractices (www.usd.edu). This phenomenon transformed the whole North American continent into what is popularly known as ‘The Dust Bowl’. This forced economic hardships on a number of people and they were forced to migrate en masse to relatively prosperous areas in search of food and shelter (www.uds.edu). The humiliation they suffered and the agonies they had to endure in ...
Pictorialism and Modernism
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...Dorothea Langes Stieglitz was a remarkable pictorialism artist who left a remarkable impact in the artistic work in America. It was through Stieglitz that photography in pictorialism became to be accepted as an art form. He had... Modernism vs. Pictorialism Artwork has evolved over the time from the age of sculpting to the era of painting where landscapes and other phenomena were represented through paintings. In the last part of the 19th century, sculpting, printmaking and photography became the legitimate artistic forms that represented diverse views according to the artist. The use of sculpting was mainly employed during the rapid spread of public and private buildings where artists made it their...
Nursing leader DIX Dorothea
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...Dorothea Lynde Dix Dorothea Dix was born in the town of Hampden, Maine on April 4, 1802, and died on July 17, 1887(Parry, 2006). Dix is a renowned teacher, humanitarian, nurse and social reformer for the mentally ill patients. She lived a dysfunctional family life and learned most things such as reading and writing from his father. Her mother was rumored to be mentally retarded. The ability to read and write significantly influenced most of the choices she would make later, in life. As a young teenager, she helped her brothers learn how to read and write. Dix is perhaps well recognized for her patient advocacy in struggling to improve the condition of a mental asylum and jails... Nursing Leader:...
Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch
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...Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch number Dorothea Brooke of Middlemarch Set in the provincial town of Middlemarch, George Eliot’s novel of the same name is one of the classics of English fiction. Termed as the finest novel in English by many, this novel is peopled by many interesting characters who reflect in themselves the ethos of the Victorian age. Dorothea Brooke is one such character. Through her, Eliot tries to convey to the reader the perils of marriage as a social institution and the dangers of excessive religiosity. Eliot squarely places Dorothea within the Victorian age and she is a complex character with many sides...
Dorothea dix crusader for the mentally ill
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...DOROTHEA DIX CRUSADER Dorothea Dix Crusader for the Mentally Ill Andy Cosention OCN Boces Mrs. Viggliotta November 10, 2008 Table of Contents Early History3 Importance and Impact .......3 Conclusion...6 References...7 Dorothea Dix Crusader for the Mentally Ill Dorothea Lynde Dix was born in Hampden, Maine on April 4, 1802 to Joseph and Mary Dix. Her parents called her Dolly as a child. Over the course of her career she had several professions including author, teacher, lobbyist, and superintendent of nurses during the civil war however, she became best known as a social reformer who dedicated much of her life to the mentally ill and those in prison (Brown, 1998). Her early life... Running Head:...
The Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem
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...Dorothea Orem Dorothea Orem was a prominent nursing theorist who significantly contributed to the nursing professionby developing a theory of nursing known as Orem Model of Nursing. Orem got the idea to develop her theory through her work as a nursing consultant. When she observed nurses in various hospitals, she found that while they generally were able to perform their job functions, they could not articulate the true purpose of nursing. Orem’s intention was to determine an appropriate focus for the profession that centered on individual patients. This theory was significant in the sense that it provided nurses with a clearer focus on what the profession entailed: helping... ? The Nursing Theory of...
Photography
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...Dorothea Lange, Arthur Rothstein, Marion Post Wolcott, Walker Evans and Russell Lee produced upwards of 270,000 photos, many of which were published... PART Photography has enriched art by liberating it from the burden of realistic representation Emergence of Photography as hobby, then as artform up to World War 2 when status became more serious - giving Photography a status of the eye of the time Throughout two key issues Reproduction and Realism - nature of medium of Photography - what is it that affects the above issues Since the invention of Photography in the first half of the 19th century, the scope of art has been widened. Photography has enriched art by liberating it from the burden of realisti...
Nursing Concepts: Dorothea Orems Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory
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...Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory There are various nursing theories, which apply specific concepts in practice. My paper seeks to discuss Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory. Dorothea Orem started working on this theory in 1959 and she still adds more development s to the theory to-date. It came to be popularly known as the Orem Model of Nursing. This theory is a grand theory, that is, it occupies a wide scope, and has concepts that are generally applicable to all nursing practices (Basavanthappa, 2007). The central idea in this theory is that we all have natural ability to take care of ourselves... Nursing Concepts:...
Your Opinion on Chapter 2 on Pictures
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...Dorothea Lange’s (45) and Betye Saar’s (33) works. Some of the described techniques and painting characteristics are distinctly Asian: for instance, wash and brush technique (Sporre 30) and shifting perspective (Sporre 58-59). What the chapter lacks is a section about painting and photography genres: there is a whole body of landscape, portrait, and still life theory that is useful in artwork... Visual Arts and Film Studies 30 Oct My Opinion on Chapter 2 The chapter offers an overview of the basics of painting and photography techniques and perceptive effects. It is a good resource for beginners to learn more about art in terms of how the artworks are produced. Some of the author’s remarks are really...
Non-Punitive Environment
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...Dorothea Orem's, Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory and Patricia Benner's Novice to Expert nursing theory, this paper will discuss several approaches to ensuring patient safety. Dorothea Orem's Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory (SCDNT) can be applied during illness or wellness at any time f life. This theory also works in a variety f... Running Head: Non-Punitive Environment Paper Non-Punitive Environment Paper s Non-Punitive Environment Paper We cannot stop people from making mistakes. What can we do is to improve facility's processes to reduce the chances f impact f these mistakes. The non-punitive work environment f an organization provides solution for its many problems. Process improvement in healthcar...
Rehabilitation Model of Nursing
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...Dorothea Orem's self-care model. Before going into the details, a brief overview of the salient features of this theory would not be impertinent. In her... Critique in Rehabilitation Model of Nursing Introduction: Nursing is both a science and art in view of the fact that nursing is well-recognised as a process that involves assessment, analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation in order to provide and manage care. Nursing process, hence, can be looked upon as a systematic, interactive, and problem-solving process that utilises the scientific principles of nursing filtered by critical thinking. To accomplish therapeutic care demands, nursing actions are necessary. These actions are bas...
Critique in rehabilitation model of nursing
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...Lange, Stamford, pp. 111-152. Graham, W.I., (2003). The Relationship of Nursing Theory to Practice and Research within the British Context: Identifying a Way Forward, Nursing Science Quarterly; 16: pp. 346 - 350. Hanna, D.R. and Roy, C., (2001). Roy Adaptation Model and Perspectives on the Family, Nursing Science Quarterly; 14: pp. 10 - 13. Hartweg, D., (1991). Dorothea Orem Self... Critique in Rehabilitation Model of Nursing Introduction: Nursing is both a science and art in view of the fact that nursing is well-recognised as a process that involves assessment, analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation in order to provide and manage care. Nursing process, hence, can be looked upon as a system...
CARE STUDY
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...Dorothea Orem. New York: Springer Publishing Company. Polit, D. F., & Beck, C. T. 2008. Nursing research: Generating and assessing evidence for nursing practice. Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Rodney, P., & Varcoe, C. 2001. Towards ethical inquiry in the economic evaluation of nursing practice. The Canadian journal of nursing research= Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres, 331, 35-57. Roper, N., Logan, W.W. & Tierney, A.J. 1980. The Elements of Nursing. Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone. ISBN 0-443-01577-5. Roper, N. 2000. The Roper-Logan-Tierney Model of Nursing. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. Roy, C., & Andrews, H. A. 1999. The Roy...
Vancomycin Resistant Enteroccus (VRE)
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...Dorothea Stern, M.D., Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Chapter 13. Impact of Barrier Precautions in Reducing the Transmission of Serious Nosocomial Infections Chapter 13. Impact of Barrier Precautions in Reducing the Transmission of Serious Nosocomial Infections Ebbing Lautenbach, M.D., M.P.H., MSCE University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Background Many nosocomial infections are easily transferable from patient-to-patient, either via the hands of healthcare workers,1,2 or through the contamination of inanimate objects, including clothing and equipment.3,4 For some... Vancomycin-resistant Entercocci as a Possible Bio-Terrorist Weapon and Health Care Defense Tactics Abstract ...
Nursing
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...Dorothea Dix (I Tell What I Have Seen—The Reports of Asylum Reformer Dorothea Dix, p.623) Dorothea Lynde Dix was an American activist who worked for the wellbeing of the mentally disordered patients. She has conducted vigorous programs of lobbying in the American Congress for making the legislations suitable for the mentally retarded patients. During American Civil War, she served as Superintendent of Army Nurses and did everything possible to ensure better services to the patients, especially to mental patients. At the time of Dix insanity was considered as a social crime rather than a disease and hence nobody came forward to the rescue of the insane patients. Insanity, craziness or madness...
Nursing
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...Dorothea Dix (I Tell What I Have Seen—The Reports of Asylum Reformer Dorothea Dix, p.623) Dorothea Lynde Dix was an American activistwho worked for the wellbeing of the mentally disordered patients. She has conducted vigorous programs of lobbying in the American Congress for making the legislations suitable for the mentally retarded patients. During American Civil War, she served as Superintendent of Army Nurses and did everything possible to ensure better services to the patients, especially to mental patients. At the time of Dix insanity was considered as a social crime rather than a disease and hence nobody came forward to the rescue of the insane patients. Insanity, craziness or madness... ...
Nursing theory
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...Dorothea Orem. The article initially discusses in general the nursing theory presented by Dorothea Orem. This nursing theory presented by Orem also known as the Orem Model of Nursing, is a widely used theory in the field of practical nursing. The article informs the readers about how this theory by Dorothea Orem has been effectively used... Nursing Theory Nursing Theory Taylor, S. G., Geden, E., Isaramalai, S., & Wongvatunyu, S.(January 01, 2000). Orems self-care deficit nursing theory: its philosophic foundation and the state of the science. Nursing Science Quarterly, 13, 2, 104-10. This is an article which talks and discusses in detail about the nursing theory given by the famous nursing theorist Doroth...
Gestational diabetes and implementation Orem self-care model
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...Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Model is composed of three related parts: Self-care Theory; Self-care Deficit Theory; and Nursing Systems Theory (“Dorothea Orem: Nursing Theory,” n.d.). This model emphasizes persons’ self-reliance; and accountability for oneself, as well as the family’s health and well-being (“Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Theory,” 2011). Orem pointed out the importance of health teaching, and believed that awareness of impending health problems is an important tool in promoting self-care practices (“Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Theory,” 2011). She also asserts that self-care... ?Introduction Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes mellitus with initial onset during pregnancy, frequently occurring ...
Review the book named middlemarch
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...Dorothea's decision to fulfill the wishes of her husband brought tolight the way wives are treated by their husbands. Dorothea did not find what her husband did to be interesting. Therefore, she was in a dilemma regarding whether or not to keep up with her husband’s work when he finally succumbed to death. Before Dorothea came up with her decision, she asked herself whether she would want to annoy her husband, Mr. Casaubon, or not. It constantly ran through Dorothea’s mind what the reaction of her husband would be if she did not accept his request (Eliot 678). According to Dorothea, a wife should be there to fulfill the wishes of her husband. Even though... Review the Book d Middlemarch Step Part A...
Gestational diabetes and implementation Orem self-care model
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...Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Model is composed of three related parts: Self-care Theory; Self-care Deficit Theory; and Nursing Systems Theory (“Dorothea Orem: Nursing Theory,” n.d.). This model emphasizes persons’ self-reliance; and accountability for oneself, as well as the family’s health and well-being (“Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Theory,” 2011). Orem pointed out the importance of health teaching, and believed that awareness of impending health problems is an important tool in promoting self-care practices (“Dorothea Orem’s Self-care Theory,” 2011). She also asserts... Introduction Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes mellitus with initial onset during pregnancy, frequently occurring in the last...
Review the books named "middlemarch" and "the surrounded"
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...Dorothea to Casaubon after a long talk between Dorothea and Celia. Dorothea intended to get married to Casaubon so as to learn from the enlightened man and become his helper as he tried to achieve greatness. However, as witnessed in the book, their marriage was not successful since both of them failed to achieve their intentions out of this marriage (Rashdall 169... ?Philosophy Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 9th June, Mill, Kant and Aristotle advanced different theories on certain aspects of human life and their theories on several instances have differed. This essay is going to explore their different schools of thought as witnessed in the books of ‘Middlemarch’ and the ‘The Surrounded’. These...
Nursing theorists ab
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...Dorothea Orem, and Madeleine Leininger; and the factors which influenced their definitions and descriptions of the components of the meta-paradigm in their respective models Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing... Nursing Theorists Nursing Theorists Nursing theory is the set of definitions, concepts, propositions or assumptions, and relationships. They are derived from models in nursing or from different disciplines by projecting a systematic and purposive view of things through designing of specific inter-relationships among ideas for the purpose of explaining, describing, prescribing and/or predicting (Taylor and Lillis, 2001). This paper focuses on three recognized theorists: Betty Neuman,...
Reaction paper
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...Lange Theory of emotions. What are the peculiarities of this theory and why I consider it to be the most accurate? This particular approach seems rather relevant for me as it is based on physical feelings of a person and can explain emotions from the available evidences. However, there exists some criticism of this theory; I consider it reliable and logical. It is named after two different experts in the field of psychology that do... Which theory or ification of emotions do you agree with most and why? It is relevant to admit that there are a large number of different investigations and researches concerning the question of emotions and its theoretical issues. I pretend to be a supporter of...
Review the books named "middlemarch" and "the surrounded"
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...Dorothea in the novel Middlemarch and Catherine’s decision to change her religion in The Surrounded. The essay also intends to focus on the appropriation of the nature of the ethical theories of Aristotle followed... Source Book Report: Middlemarch and the Surrounded Introduction Aristotle, the great thinker and philosopher, propounded the vision of life in his epoch writing The Theories of Ethics. The document laid focus on the ways by which human beings can attain goodness or virtue. And, the second portion of the doctrine focuses on the way of attaining happiness or state of “human flourishing.” The doctrines propounded by the great thinker and philosopher evolved from life and opened a new vista...
Historical Perspective Essay
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...Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Model Dorothy Orem was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1914 and died in 2007 ofthe," 2012). Orem was one of the 20th century’s leading nursing theorists. Additionally, Orem worked as a nurse in an expansive amount of contexts, including pediatrics, emergency rooms, operating rooms, and adult medical and surgical units. She would later develop the self-care model of nursing. This essay examines various elements of this model. Dorothy’s Orem paradigm is the self-care model of nursing. This is alternatively referred to as the self-care deficit theory. This theory held a number of major assumptions. The most overarching consideration... , and symbolic elements. Orem was...
The place of interest in the theory of production
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...Lange was a pioneer of the neo ical pricing theory and used market tools in economic planning of socialism and communism. One of his popular works “The Place of Interest in The Theory of Production” will be discussed in the following pages. Before embarking on examining what Lange has tried to promote in his paper, it would be nice to say a few words about Oscar Lange, the author of the paper I have chosen for the purpose of discussion. A Polish citizen by birth, Oscar Lange studied law and economics at Poznan and Cracow and also taught at Cracow for several years. He won himself a Rockefeller scholarship in 1934 and took... Yeo, Kun Yu 301011932 Place of Interest in the Theory of Production Oskar Lange...
Start your own small business
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...Lange in order to identify the factors due to which individuals choose to be self-employed instead of working for another organization (Lange, 2012). Lange identified that autonomy and independence were the main factors that were motivating these individuals to be self-employed. Another reason due to which individuals choose to start their own business is that the concept of job security is fading away. Brenner reports that fresh graduates have started perceiving... Small Business Small Business Every year several small to medium sized businesses are founded and some of these businesses expand and turn into large organizations. Individuals mostly have a choice to make while deciding about their future...
Theory of Production
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...Lange was a pioneer of the neo ical pricing theory and used market tools in economic planning of socialism and communism. One of his popular works "The Place of Interest in The Theory of Production" will be discussed in the following pages. Before embarking on examining what Lange has tried to promote in his paper, it would be nice to say a few words about Oscar Lange, the author of the paper I have chosen for the purpose of discussion. A Polish citizen by birth, Oscar Lange studied law and economics at Poznan and Cracow and also taught at Cracow for several years. He won himself a Rockefeller scholarship in 1934 and took... Yeo, Kun Yu 301011932 Place of Interest in the Theory of Production Oskar Lange...
The Women of Middlemarch
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...Dorothea... The Women of Middlemarch George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)-1819-1880-a prolific and successful of the Victorian era, lived an unorthodox life, vastly different from that of other women of her times. As a matter of fact, one of the reasons for having a pen-name was to protect herself from prying and disapproving eyes; the other-which prompted the adoption of a male pseudonym-was that most women writers of her day confined themselves to romantic themes, and Mary Ann, who wished to be judged on the basis of her writings alone, realized that her gender could result in readers being prejudiced. Mary Ann's mother was Christina Evans (nee Pearson) a farmer's daughter, and her father-Robert Evans. She ha...
A literature review
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...Dorothea Orem. Dorothea Orem was a nurse practitioner and educator. She was the founder of Orem Model of Nursing through which she imparted several principles to her students in the profession of nursing. Her theories mainly evolved around self-care which can be used in primary care setting and rehabilitation settings. Her immense contribution to the field of nursing has made her one of the imminent nursing theorists in the world. In this essay, the implications of the theory... ?Contemporary Nursing Knowledge The profession of nursing has escalated to the present levels due to profound contributions from several nursing theorists. One such theorist who has influenced care delivered by a nurse is...
Museum Paper
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...Dorothea Tanning is also an oil on canvas paining created during the mid- nineteen hundred, in 1942. Birthday is a self-portrait of Tanning herself standing in her home with bare chest and feet and a dark creature with wings at her feet. Both paintings are currently on display at Los Angeles County... ?Museum Paper Las Dos Fridas (The Two Fridas) is an oil on canvas painting created by Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) in 1940 in Mexico for the InternationalExhibition of Surrealism in Mexico City. Kahlo communicates her mixed European and Native American origin and her broken heart after her divorce with Diego Rivera in this painting, which is as well the main subject in her paintings in overall. Birthday by...
Emotions
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...Lange theory. This theory contends that emotions emerge because of bodily changes and development processes that are subsequently are articulated in emotional form. The converse perspective on this is the functionalist notion. The functionalist perspective on the emergence of emotions is that they function to keep the individual safe from potential harm; this understanding is akin to the central nervous system which functions to ensure the individual does not experience physical harm. Another prominent aspect of emotions is the system of classification. Most humans are familiar with emotional categorizations, such as happiness, sadness, etc. Further overarching emotional... indicated clear...
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...Dorothea Tanning is also an oil on canvas paining created during the mid- nineteen hundred, in 1942. Birthday is a self-portrait of Tanning herself standing in her home with bare chest and feet and a dark creature with wings at her feet. Both paintings are currently on display at Los Angeles County... Museum Paper Las Dos Fridas (The Two Fridas) is an oil on canvas painting created by Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) in 1940 in Mexico for the International Exhibition of Surrealism in Mexico City. Kahlo communicates her mixed European and Native American origin and her broken heart after her divorce with Diego Rivera in this painting, which is as well the main subject in her paintings in overall. Birthday by...
Individual Presentations
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...Dorothea Lasky have written three different articles that provide an analysis of melancholia from almost similar perspectives. However, the works of Julia Kristeva and Dorothea Lasky borrow heavily from Sigmund Freud’s work in their effort to explain the concept of melancholia and other related concepts. Although the perspectives taken by these writers are different, they come up with a conclusion of what melancholia is in a scholarly way. Freud’s approach in understanding melancholia is from a comparative perspective. Freud makes a comparison between melancholia and mourning to make it easy to understand this concept (Freud, 245). According... Textual Analysis Sigmund Freud, Julia Kristeva, and...
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...Lange think about the employment prospects of Robinson and Chamberlin in a socialist Economy? Explain your answer. Chamberlin and Robinson both have worked a lot in the field of social economy. They have provided microeconomics with magnificent... DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT Question To what five economic functions or relationships should the socialist planners pay attention according toDickinson? Explain your answer. Professor Dickinson defines economic planning as the planning that involves major decision related to the economics of a project or state. This is performed by authorized people who carry out comprehensive economic surveys for each project individually. According to Dickinson, socialist ...
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