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...Grand Theory in IR THESIS MENT The objective of the essay questions is to review the viewpoints of Alex with proper arguments. EXPLANATION According to review of the debating scenario, it has been identified that John and Bruce were debating on the effect of chaos on global politics. In this context, Alex has shared his opinion regarding the issue (Wendt 391-425). Alex tried to stop the impasse between John and Bruce. In order to do such, Alex has propositioned his thoughts regarding the effect of anarchy on world politics. In this context, Alex has introduced a new dimension regarding power and politics in the United States (Ostrom and Job 541-566). In order to identify the paradigmatic... ...
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Evils of the Grand Theory
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...Grand Theory al Affiliation) Political scientists should research and find ways to better the social lives of people, because they are advantaged by the knowledge of their study. However, they are not providing the society according to their profession, due to articulation of the Grand Theory. Therefore, the field of international relations should give little focus on the grand theory and rather focus on the dependency on the mid level theories (Lake, 2011). In this paper, the evils of the grand theory are discussed in relation to the other theories and the need to teach students this theory. The grand theory focuses on the theories rather than focusing on the real problems facing... Evils of the...
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Middle range or grand theory
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...GRAND THEORY Vicky Brown School: UCLA Middle range or grand theory The area of specialty of the is in psychiatricnursing. This is an area of practice which involves giving care and treatment to patients with different forms of mental health conditions (Good, 2008). Even though it will not be admitted that patients with mental health conditions have mental incompetency, it cannot be denied that these people are hardly independent in the performance of daily tasks and roles. In the light of this, nurses in this area of care are often faced with the need to commit and dedicate so much of their time to the delivery of care to patients. As a result of this, a situation referred to as self... MIDDLE RANGE OR...
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There is an emphasis at present on the development and use of midrange theory in nursing. If one accepts the premise the grand theories of nursing are no long
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...GRAND THEORIES AND ITS DEVELOPMENT: Grand... Running head: Nursing Development and Progress Nursing Development and Progress Nursing has a long history of concern for primary health care with a strong emphasis on promotion of health, prevention of illness and identification of environmental factors that impact health status. NURSING PRACTICES - BROAD PICTURE The education in nursing experience is clearly reflective of the experience of all education, as nursing programs have been developed to meet public health and student needs. The greater concerns for consumer confidence, quality graduate education, and clear outcomes mandates that a more coherent and consistent set of standards are articulated. GRA...
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Select a grand nursing theory.Explain how application of this theory by nurse leaders and nurse managers can influence outcomes from two of the following areas
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...theory of Human Caring to Patient Care delivery and Patient Satisfaction Scores Nurse leadersencounter issues daily on their leadership roles (Boykin et al., 2003). It is the occurrence of these issues and problems that necessitates the importance of leadership and theories in nursing. In essence, if there were no issues to resolve, then it would not be necessary to have a nurse leader (McEwen & Wills, 2014). Nurse leaders use nursing theories as a guide in solving their issues. Notably, grand nursing theories offer a structure that nurse leaders employ to adopt interventions (McEwen & Wills, 2014). One of the grand theories that have been employed by nurse leaders... Application of Jean Watson’s theory...
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If you were planning a new undergraduate nursing program, what is one nursing theory( grand or middle -range) that you would incorporate into the curriculum Explain your reasoning
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...theory that would be incorporated in nursing curriculum Nursing theory influences nursing education and research in numerous ways. Notably, nursing theory offers a structure to support and delineate nursing practice and the quality of care afforded to patients (Basavanthappa, 2007). Nursing theory offers ideas that support research significant to nurses, thereby generating knowledge exclusive to nursing (McEwen & Wils, 2014). Incorporation of nursing theory to nursing education makes it be at parity with the other academic professions. Additionally, integrating theory in nursing education...
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Understanding Nursing Theory
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...Theory Understanding Nursing Theory Introduction: Development of grand theory, middle-range and micro-range theory will be explained in the context of theorist work with examples. These theories were introduced in the mid of 1980s in Europe. Since that time nursing theories, became more popular in other areas of the world. Grand Theory: Grand theory covers the wide range of process along with discipline and goals of nature. Grand theory is composed of the abstract concept and substantially non-specific. This theory lacks the abstract proposition as well as operational definitions. Sometimes, conceptual model and grand theory are exchangeable because both of these have a high... Understanding Nursing...
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Understanding Nursing Theory
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...Theory Introduction: Development of grand theory, middle-range and micro-range theory will be explained in thecontext of theorist work with examples. These theories were introduced in the mid of 1980s in Europe. Since that time nursing theories, became more popular in other areas of the world. Grand Theory: Grand theory covers the wide range of process along with discipline and goals of nature. Grand theory is composed of the abstract concept and substantially non-specific. This theory lacks the abstract proposition as well as operational definitions. Sometimes, conceptual model and grand theory are exchangeable because both of these have a high level of abstraction. Grand... Understanding Nursing Theory ...
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Nursing Theory
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...theories which are grand theory, middle range theory, Meta theory and practice theory. Abstractness and specificity of ideas and propositions distinguish the levels (Roy & Roy Adaptation Association, 2014). The specialized knowledge in the nursing profession is based on research and theory. Nursing theories provide and implement nursing theory-guided practice models. Nursing professional is important for testing, developing... Nursing Theory due: I agree with Becky Samitt that nursing theory in research assists nursesin discovering new knowledge. According to Artinian, Giske & Cone (2009), the grounded theory founded by Barney G. Glaser and Anselm Strauss was used to investigate patients dying in...
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Nursing Theory
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...Theory due: The grand theory in my opinion that can be applied to research is Newman’s theory of health as expanding consciousness (Peterson & Bredow, 2009). This philosophy of health as expanding consciousness is founded on: 1) A unitary, ever changing view, 2) Pattern, as an identifier of wholeness, and, 3) Transformative developing as a process of change The theory has one assumption that life is a process of expanding consciousness. Consciousness is described as a unitary pattern of data that is inclusive related to the wholeness of the universe and that supply an unlimited repertoire of possible action and infinite capacity to love (Picard & Jones, 2005). This theory finds its... ...
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Orem-Nursing Grand Theory
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...Grand Theory. The assignment also provides a detailed analysis and evaluation of the theory along with its application in diverse fields. Theory/Author Name and Background The Theorists Background and the Impact of Her Experiences on the Theory Development Orem’s General or Grand Theory of Nursing comprises three condensed theories, namely “self-care theories”, “self-deficit theory” and “nursing theory”. The theory was developed by Dorothea Orem. The theorist Orem was born in Baltimore in the year 1914. In 1934, she obtained her diploma in nursing from Washington D.C.’s Providence Hospital School of Nursing. In 1939, she received her bachelor... Nursing Theory Critique Introduction The practice of...
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What relationships do you find between gran nursing theories and application to clinical practice.provide one example that uses a specific gran range theory to support your views
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...grand nursing theories and application to clinical practice Every profession has theories that offer conceptual basics and contexts for their profession. Meleis (2007) denotes that grand nursing theories form the basis for nursing practice. According to McEwen and Wills (2014), grand theories consist of conceptions that represent global and immensely multifaceted phenomena. Grand theories integrates other theories that replicate and provide significant insights for nursing practice and are not tailored for experimental test (Blais et al., 2006). Grand nursing theories comprise of theoretical structures defining comprehensive viewpoints for practice and ways of looking at nursing... Relationship between...
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Application of Nursing Theory
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...theory (Algase, 2008). The idea of nursing theory develops in order to describe the process and occurrence of the nursing concept. The nursing theory clearly separates nursing from other areas of disciplines and operations that elaborate the purposes of prediction, explanation and controlling favorable results of nursing care operations. The core purpose of the theory in the scientific arena is to control research to facilitate the science by supporting the existing knowledge or coming up with new knowledge (Tyra, 2013). The grand theory This process is composed of concepts representing global... Nursing theory al Affiliation) NURSE-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP This paper clearly describes an analysis of the...
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...grand theory, without assistance of data. This could end up fitting no data at all. Grounded theory addresses the controversies brought about by other theories especially the grand theory, which people claim, is identical to grounded theory. While grand theory may end up fitting no data especially if it does not gain data assistance, grounded theory depends on nothing and assures a complete dataset (Bryant & Charmaz, 2007). Theories supporting Grounded Theory All research...
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Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing
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...theories available today. They are classified into two broad categories. They are: grand theories and middle range theories. Some of the theories that nurses use are specific and unique to the discipline... Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing The Relationship of Theory as a Guide for Nursing Knowledge Nursing Knowledge is a unique and convincing input to the body of idealistic work in the discipline of nursing. A theory is refers to “one or more comparatively tangible and particular concepts that are a consequence of a conceptual model, and propositions that narrowly describe those concepts, as well as propositions that state comparatively the concrete ...
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Grand Hotels
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...Grand Hotels Contents Background of the situation 3 Meeting Plan 3 Objectives 3 Key Items to Negotiate 3 Key risks and opportunities 4 Negotiation Team and respective roles 6 Background of the situation Grand Hotels is facing an acute crisis situation. The new hotel from Grand is scheduled to launch within 13 weeks employing six hundred people. The major communication strategic followed in the hotel is through instant and organized point-to-point voice and data communications. For this, a major instrument required is personal handy phones or PHPs through which the hotel staff members are constantly connected. Grand...
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Grand Met
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...Grand Mets was lead by Allan Sheppard and has witnessed significant grown since its inauguration in 1993. It is amongst the top fifteen companies in the United Kingdom. It's past financial performance has been quiet commendable and its spread of operations world over According to balance sheet figures, net fixed assets of the company when it started were worth 22421 million pounds. This was 1983. By 1993, company's net fixed assets were worth 5843 million pounds. Net stocks increased from 605 million pounds in 1983 to 1381 million pounds in 1992 while net debts increased from 618.5 million pounds to 1830 million pounds. On the other hand net borrowings... Page Analysis Phase: Data Collection: Grand...
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The Grand Canyon Caper
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...Grand Canyon is the product of a massive and rapid event, not a gradual erosive process. With the ancient dry lakebed sources ? that spilled their contents over what is now the Grand Canyon ? sitting just miles away from the natural wonder and the numerous other geologic formations screaming out that a cataclysmic torrent channeled the great expanse in weeks, it is hard to digest another theory that has little evidence and rationale to back it. The Grand Canyon is the product of a grand event – not a small sideshow. References Barker, K. (Ed.). (1995). The NIV Study Bible. Grand Rapids,...
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Application of theory paper
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...theory, the focal point of the nursing theories remains to be “the person". Further, nursing theory can be divided on the basis of generalizability principles. The categories of nursing theories on generalizability are Metatheory, Grand theory, Middle range theory, and Practice Theory. Metatheory can be considered as theory of theory or theories. It focuses on a specific phenomenon of abstract nature. Grand theory provides a conceptual framework, through which principles and concepts of a discipline can be identified. Meanwhile, in Middle range theory, the area of focus is limited or too specific with respect to situation, and variables associated with it. Practice theory... Introduction The term...
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Applying Theory to a Practice Problem of Nursing
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...theory needed by the situation. The theories used in practice were identified and classified according to three general divisions: The grand theories, mid-range theories and the borrowed theories. Application of Grand theory to the Problem Nursing theory is an important aspect of nursing that nurses will become familiar with during their education, training and experience in the industry. Nursing theories are a body of knowledge that provides a framework of how to practice nursing... ?Introduction and Problem of Practice Nursing is considered by the American Nurses Association (ANA) as the “protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities; the prevention of illness and injury; the...
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Dorthy Orem Self Decfict Nursing Theory
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...Theory. Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Theory                Name:           Institution:            Date: Abstract Orem’s self care deficit theory of nursing is one among three theories that make up her grand nursing theory. The self-care deficit theory is based on the philosophy that individuals and groups are able, responsible and willing to take care of their health. In relation to this, the theory recognizes that health challenges result from the fact that individuals fail to exercise self care, and this deficit leads to health challenges. As such, the nursing profession is meant to intervene by simply facilitating self care where necessary... ?Running Head: Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit...
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Grand Theft Childhood
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...Grand Theft Auto" and have noticed a change in behavior immediately following the game. Their speech is more coarse, actions more rude, and their driving becomes more reckless. Yet, they play it off as being just a game. They explain that it is no different than an eight year old watching the violence taking place in a Tom and Jerry cartoon. Their theory of the self realization that its only a game and can't translate to the real world may have some validity. A study of 5 to 9 year old... Grand Theft Childhood A February, 2005 article d "Lawsuit: 'Grand Theft Auto' Led Teen to Kill", tells achilling story of a teenager that murdered two police officers and a dispatcher while acting out the scenes from a ...
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Generating Theory from Practice
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...grand theory, middle range theory and the micro range theories. A grand theory comprises of concepts representing universal and compound situation. It is broadest in scope and also represents the most abstract level of development. The middle range theory defines concrete and narrowly defined phenomena than the grand theory. This theory provides a sensitivity from which compound situations and a new direction towards the intervention can be viewed. The macro range theory is the most tangible in comparison to the other two theories of nursing. Further it can be divided into the other models such as the practice model, mid range model and the practice based model which are very much different... ?...
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Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer's Nursing as Caring Theory
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...grand theory, it can be applied to real life situations in collaboration with other... Nursing as Caring Theory Nursing as Caring Theory The Nursing as Caring theory introduced by Anne Boykin and Savina O. Schoenhofer is based on the central idea that all persons are caring and every person is living in caring. This theoretical model can be considered as a potential framework to guide nursing practice. The major assumptions of this theory include persons’ virtue of humanness is of great influence on caring, and they live and grow their caring from moment to moment when they are whole and complete. This theory also assumes that personhood promotes the practice of living grounded in caring, and the...
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Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing
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...theory (Lesson, 2.1) There are several theories of nursing used by the practitioners today; and those theories are grouped into divisions according to the nature and functions of the theory. Nursing theories can be classified from different categories. Depending on its function it can be divided into four namely, descriptic, explanatory, predictive and perspective. Based on generalisability of their principles they are divided into Meta theory and grand theory. Middle range theory and practice theory are the third one based on the principles of the discipline. Looking from the stand point of philosophy... Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing 1. The Relationship of Theory as a Guide for Nursing K...
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Theory and Knowledge Development in Nursing
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...theories, and empirical indicators and their level of abstraction differs; and concepts and propositions are the important to explain a theory (Lesson, 2.1) There are several theories of nursing used by the practitioners today; and those theories are grouped into divisions according to the nature and functions of the theory. Nursing theories can be classified from different categories. Depending on its function it can be divided into four namely, descriptic, explanatory, predictive and perspective. Based on generalisability of their principles they are divided into Meta...
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The Importance of Nursing Theory
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...Theory HERE HERE HERE The Importance of Nursing Theory Nursing theory, whether stemming from grand, middle-range, or practice theory all have practical applications to the nursing profession in terms of identifying tangible activities in nursing, the relationship of the environment for nursing adaptability, and in helping to understand the inherent or intrinsic dynamics of the nurse practitioner. Nursing theory describes the inter-dependencies of group environments common in the clinical practice field as well as the effective responses most critical or foundational to nursing practice. Many concepts in nursing theory have been tested against reputable hypotheses... in tangible clinical...
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Nursing theory - Transcultural Caring
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...theory which each describe the scope of nursing theory. Nursing knowledge is very similar to looking through a telescope; there are many conceptual theories which provide insight, however lack the empirical testing to prove them. Nursing as a discipline is considered a mid-range theory in that it somewhat bridges the gap between the grand theories and the actual nursing practice; much as looking through a periscope would provide a view for the world around us. Nursing as a professional practice gives the most in-depth view of all, providing... Nursing Theory - Transcultural Nursing The art and science of nursing is a multidisciplinary approach to providing care for people who are in various stages of...
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The Grand Chessboard
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...Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives. (1998). Basic Books, N.Y.C., New York Mackinder, H. J. The Geographical Pivot of History. The Geographical Journal. Vol.23, No.4. (1904). Pp.421-437. Blackwell Publishing, England. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1775498 Bogaturov, A. and Kremenyuk, V. "Current Relations and Prospects for Interaction Between Russia and the United States," Nezauisimaya Gazeta, June 28,1996. Yergin, D. The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power. (updated) (2008) Free Press. Mankato, MN. Karl Haushofer. The Theory of Geopolitik.... ? The Grand Chessboard In the Introduction of “The Grand Chessboard” by Zbignew Brzezinski, he shows how...
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Nursing Theory - Transcultural Nursing
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...theory which each describe the scope of nursing theory. Nursing knowledge is very similar to looking through a telescope; there are many conceptual theories which provide insight, however lack the empirical testing to prove them. Nursing as a discipline is considered a mid-range theory in that it somewhat bridges the gap between the grand theories and the actual nursing practice; much as looking through a periscope would provide a view for the world around us. Nursing as a professional practice gives the most in-depth view of all, providing practical... ? Nursing Theory - Transcultural Nursing The art and science of nursing is a multidisciplinary approach to providing care for people who arein various...
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Nursing Theory
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...Theory Nursing Theory Nursing theories comprise concepts, relationships, definitions, and assumptions or propositions obtained from nursing models, and outline a purposive methodical view of observable facts by designing precise interrelationships among concepts for reasons of illustrating, explaining, foretelling and prescribing (Parker, 2005). There are various classifications of nursing theories which include meta theory, grand, middle range and practice theories. These theories are descriptive, explanatory, predictive or prescriptive. Metatheory brings about the identification of specific phenomena through abstract concepts. Grand theory gives provision of a theoretical construction... ? Nursing...
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Role of Social Systems Theory and the Family within Society
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...theory is a method of understand various systems that humans interact with in an effort to provide answers for the problems of social functioning that may occur for both individuals and groups. Throughout the history of sociology there have been various attempts to construct what might be termed as a "grand theory" of human social interaction (Jokisch, 2001). Talcott Parsons was one of the first sociologists to offer a single theory. Parsons saw systems as an analytical tool to understand certain processes that were occurring within society. By contrast, e was followed up by the specific features... Role of Social Systems Theory and the Family within Society Social systems theory provides a complex,...
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Porter's Management Theory
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...grand theory of national economic development processes since the early years of Postwar development... PORTER'S THEORY: COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH AN AHISTORICAL APPROACH By Devangini Chauhan Michael E Porter has paved the way for revolutionary strategising trends and a whole new perspective on competition through his competitive advantage theory. Having initially graduated in aeronautical engineering, Porter achieved an economics doctorate at Harvard, where he was subsequently awarded university professorship, a position he continues to fulfil at Harvard Business School. After his earlier work on corporate strategy Porter extended the application of his ideas and theories to international economies...
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Company Analysis: The Regency Grand Hotel
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...Grand Hotel Company Analysis: The Regency Grand Hotel Introduction To oversee the changes in an organisation is full of challenges. There are umpteen numbers of relations and processes in an organisation that are difficult to fully understand. The Bangkok based Regency Grand Hotel was owned by local investors for fifteen long years. Thereafter, the five-star hotel was transferred to an American hotel chain. However, the merger was not so smooth without any issues. This work looks into the management style of the new manager John Becker and the issues that arose as a result of the transition and the new management style. Soon after the introduction of the new employee... ? Company Analysis: The Regency...
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Contribution of Grounded Theory and its Implications
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...grand theory. The usefulness of the substantive theory is considered better as the theory is referent specific on the day to day world situations. The substantive aspect of the grounded theory is characterized by its specificity and s thus considered useful and practical which aspect is lacking in other traditional theories as they cover concerns of more global nature. The grounded theory when is well constructed complies with four central criteria. These criteria are useful in assessing the applicability of the theory to various phenomena. The four...
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Grand Theft Auto's Detrimental Impact toward Gamers
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...Grand Theft Auto's has a detrimental impact toward gamers because it does influence violence among teens. From there it has beendetermined that crime has continued to capture the attention even though there has been a decrease in the number of crimes over the past decade. While this has been stated, a lot of attention has been paid to the propitious drop in the nation's crime rates. The rate of incarceration has been increased and has been considered one of the key factors behind this drop despite the fact that a number of notable criminologists disagree. This paper has brought out the fact that incarceration is one of the major consequences for youth and young adults arrested... for...
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Connection between Theory and Practice
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...Grand nursing theories Nursing theories offer nursing-specific identifications, explanations and correlations of concepts (Basavanthappa, 2007). This gives the nursing profession distinction from the rest of science and medical professions. In nursing, the association between nursing theory and practice is symbiotic (Meleis, 2007). As Basavanthappa (2007) asserts, theory without practice is unimaginative, and practice devoid of theory is visionless. In essence, theory is paramount to effective nursing practice and research. According to McEwen and Wills (2014), grand nursing theories comprise of theoretical structures defining comprehensive viewpoints... Connection between evidence-based practice and...
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Nursing Concepts: Dorothea Orems Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory
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...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: Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing...
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Grand Met case, on horizontal integration
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...Theory: An Integrated Approach. 10th ed. Connecticut: Cengage Learning. Hitt, M. A., Ireland, R. D., and Hoskisson, R. E., 2008. Understanding Business Strategy: Concepts and Cases. 2nd ed. Connecticut: Cengage Learning. Hitt, M. A., Ireland, R. D., and Hoskisson, R. E., 2012. Strategic Management Competitiveness & Globalization: Concepts and Cases. 10th ed. Connecticut: Cengage Learning. Lohr, S., 1988. The Global Strategy at Grand Met. [online] Available at: [Accessed 6th December 2012]. Lynch, R., 2009. Strategic Management. 5th ed....
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The Comparison of Karl Marx and Max Weber
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...grand theory is based on the understanding of capitalism as the defining factor in social stratification. He views capital as an ever-expanding construct where all returns are reinvested to further increase profit (Levine 41). From his capitalistic point of view, he concludes that capital is exploitative as it depends on the exploitation of labour to create profit. In addition, capitalism leads to his theory on social stratification which divides society into two; the bourgeoisie and the proletariat (Shepard 35). The latter are the workers and provide labour for the progress of capitalism; which is controlled by the bourgeoisie. Both classes are involved in the conflict existent... The Comparison of...
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Nursing Practice Theory
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...Theory The definition of theory is; a notion or idea that explains experience, interprets observation, describes relationships, and projects outcomes (Parker & Smith, 2010). Theories are developed by individuals through their values, beliefs, and experiences. Nursing theories are tenets that guide the study, practice, and thinking of nursing. The development of such patterns provides a guide to nursing practice and standards. There are various theories of nursing; grand theories, middle range theories, and nursing practice theory. All these give details about phenomena within the realm of nursing (Parker & Smith, 2010). There exists a relationship between grand theories, middle... Nursing Practice...
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Compare and contrast Grand Odalisque and Velazquez's Princess
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...Grande Odalisque is oil on canvas painting of 1814 by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres portraying an odalisque, or concubine (fantasy). The painting can be considered to highlight Ingres’ break from neoclassicism, signifying a shift toward exotic romanticism. Neoclassicism represents the 18th century revitalization of classical beliefs and differs from other revivals as neoclassical artists approach the ancient subject with fresher, more scientific approach (Lewis and Susan 356). Grande Odalisque attracted widespread criticism owing to its elongated proportions and absence of anatomical realism. The painting also represents an eclectic mix of styles that combine classical form... Velazquez skill...
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Rational Choice Theory and Neo - functionalism
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...theories. Individual Rationality/Rational Choice Theory This theory presumes a structural determination of actor behavior at the individual or personal level rather than an interactive, dynamic process where the interests and wants of individuals eventually influence and shape social, economic and political organizations (Ward, 2002). Rational choice could plausibly lay claim to being the grand theory of high modernity. Its principles are fundamentally about the progressive rationalization of the West and then the rest of the World... The failure of the Arab league between Rational Choice Theory and neo- Functionalism International Relations deal with human...
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Summary of Margaret Newman's and Rosemarie Parse's Grand Theories of Nursing
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...Grand Theories of Nursing Introduction to Grand Theories of Nursing The three commonly used levels of nursing theory are: grand nursing theories, middle-range theories and micro or practice theories. The levels are related to the theory’s degree of abstraction in its purpose, concept, and definitional components. “Grand theories as the most abstract of the three identified levels, attempt to create a view of the whole of nursing” (Peterson & Bredow, 2008, p.29). The theorist’s observations and insights contribute to the theory’s approach to the nature, mission and goals of nursing care. The development of grand nursing theories helped to distinguish... ?Summary of Margaret Newman’s and Rosemarie Parse’s...
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Grand Bazaar
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...Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey belongs to the collection of the world's most fascinating landmarks. That is the only place which combines magnificence of centuries old architecture with seething flows of people seeking for a bargain. So incredibly busy the place has always been. Istanbul lies almost between Europe and Asia, overlooking the Bosphorus, The Black Sea and the Sea of Marmora, which is an ideal place for the world trading centre. The unique geographic position made sure of Istanbul's deepest involvedness into the issues of cultural mix, trade a war. Much desired because of its favorable location, the city has often been a reason for military tension. It has...
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Theory
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...theory and practice, as well as urban planning, in the twentieth century cannot be misjudged. Through the widespread circulation of his building proposals and projects and his comprehensive theoretical effort, practically no other designer has had the same challenging and powerful effect on the treatise of modern architecture. He viewed his theoretical perspectives as an ‘appeal to architects’ (Samuel, 2007, p. 41) which must function as a guide to acknowledging the path to a form of architecture for the modern period. Le Corbusier, the designer, is the re-embodiment of the visual artist Charles... ?Le Corbusier’s Spatial Design Oeuvre Introduction The contribution of Le Corbusier to architectural theory ...
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Applying theory to a practice problem 3
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...theories, to help with the many problems that facilities are enduring, today. Problems in the practice that has been encountered is that, many theorists have used the term theory as interchangeable with such terms as conceptual framework, conceptual model, and paradigm. Some theories cannot be applicable when trying to provide patient care. Some of the theories are just not plausible, when patient are being examined (Masters, 2011). Many scholars have stated that the grand nursing theories or the conceptual framework requires further specification to be called theories. Some professional are very critical concerning nursing theories... ? Applying Theory to a Practice Problem Pamela Moore March 27,...
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...theory Nursing theories have had immense effects on nursing practice through their support and delineation on the care offered to patients. Both grand nursing theories and middle-range theories have been used to improve patient care delivery and patient satisfaction scores. However, it is significant for nurse leaders to distinguish between grand and middle-range theories. Jean Watson’s theory of human caring is a grand nursing theory that is widely adopted in improving delivery of care and optimizing patient outcomes. As articulated in the post, caring forms the basis of the human caring theory. Notably, it is essential to acknowledge that caring... is the backbone of nursing. Though the...
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Grand proposal
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...Theory and Practice. London: SAGE, 2009. Print. Nevins, Albert J. Away to the Lands of the Andes: Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia... Economic and political development Introduction The study into economic and political development prepares the participant for international development through an interdisciplinary approach that gives them a better emancipation into the global influences of economic, political and social changes in the developing world. In view of the economic and political inter-relations, very few people question the idea that economic and political developments have any functional relation within the industrialized societies. For instance, renewed political growth often follows...
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...Theory Final Supervisor: THEORY FINAL Nursing theories are meant to analyse and relate nursing care, guide practicing nursesand also acts as the basis for clinical decision-making. Several nursing theories have been put forth, and they can be broadly into; grand theories, middle range theories and nursing practice theories. Grand theories are those theories that are applicable on a great scale; it is made up of theoretical and general concepts. Middle-range theories are relevant to a...
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