Thorncrown Chapel
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Highway 62. This magnificent architectural work was designed by E. Fay Jones in the late 1970s and opened for service in 1980 (Berger et al 117-121). Since… Comparing two researches concerning the impasse on the hermeneutic of sacred building from the building itself, opposed to culture, social and personal understandings. According to Berger, hermeneutic of…
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Both science and theology trace on the commencement of man. Revelation articulates man as made in the likeness and image of God. (Fiorenza, Francis, and John pp. 5-25) He also… He rejects materialistic explanation of the mind. His view has a negative relationship to the theories of evolution as the philosophers believed the spirit as evolving from…
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125). The decision to use hermeneutic phenomenology was informed by the works of Max van Manen (1997) (De Gagne & Walters, 2010, p. 360). It can be defined as a “research… Individual interviews were conducted with the respondents and lasted for a time range of between thirty minutes and one hour. In depth interviews were used because they provided the…
Response paper to peter brooks' reading for the plot, and one of freud's most famous
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While Peter Brooks tried to veer away from structuralist narration because he sees it as "excessively static and limiting" (xiii), he still turned to the concepts and ideas popularized by Roland Barthes, a famed French philosopher, theorist, and literary critic. Brooks stressed… on the "temporal sequence and progression" (xi) of a narrative through the plot,…
Ideologies Aimed at Understanding the External World and Commercialization of Culture and Emergence of Cults in Popular Culture
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The researcher develops the following research question that need to be answered to affirm the findings: How the interaction with physical objects and human relationships help in the construction of meaning about the nature of the external world?… According to the research the interpretation of the external world hinges on the clear understanding of reality…
Pressure Ulcers: Home Based Nursing
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The study on home based ulcer care aimed at exposing the concepts underlying the unique nature of pressure ulcers in the home setting. As such, the study was to prove the uniqueness of pressure ulcers to patients who received care at home and provide knowledge for effective nursing for clients suffering from pressure ulcers.… This paper approves that ulcer at…
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Satire and Narrative Technique in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland By Course Institution Date Satire and Narrative Technique in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Introduction Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is described as a satire on human nature as a whole and a satire on Victorian traditions (Rackin, 243).… Roland Barthes’ theory of five…
Ethics and Philosophy in Religion
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Epistemology. In the first sections of Western Philosophy, Cottingham focuses upon the fact that all knowledge must come from somewhere (epistemology).1 Where does knowledge come from indeed? What is the root of it? Socrates argues that all enquiry and learning is… ction…”3 Thus, it is the art with which one is able to retrieve information and learning that…
I am a nurse nursing students learn the art and science of nursing
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In the article "I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing" by Sue Idczak (2007) there is a thorough discussion of the results of a study performed by her in which she surveyed nursing students to find out how they were learning the art of nursing.… The meaning of experience came through in five themes that were threads throughout the…
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A study by Jonsson and Halabai (2006) titled "Work Related Post-Traumatic Stress as Described by Jordanian Emergency Nurses" was conducted to find the cause of post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) in a representative group of Jordanian nurses. According to Jonsson and Halabai (2006) the research "was undertaken using hermeneutic phenomenology" (p.89).…
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Date Runaway “Runaway” is a story of Carla, a woman who lives in the country with her husband and a pet goat, Flora. Carla and her husband’s source of income are from tourists whom they take on trail rides. Carla is unhappy with her life because of her confrontational husband who does not seem to understand her.… The story kept me in suspense. There was no…
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In a recent chapter of a book, Susan Ross concludes by noting that in the area of sacramental theology Anchor Bible Dictionary writing… It is harder to keep the distinction between Catholic and Protestant, or between Christian and Jewish, between Judeo-Christian and such interests as the retrieval of Goddess religion, simply because there is so much shared…
Toward a Theoretical Psychology
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The concept has emerged to the existence as a post-positivism expression since 1960s. Theoretical psychology is concerned with the foundational inquiry in psychology,… al and historical investigation of psychology such as of those a social constructionist, liberalist, hermeneutic, analytical realists, after modernists and poststructuralists variety. Therefore,…
I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing
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In the article “I am a nurse: nursing students learn the art and science of nursing” by Sue Idczak (2007) there is a thorough discussion of the results of a study performed by her in which she surveyed nursing students to find out how they were learning the art of nursing.… The meaning of experience came through in five themes that were threads throughout the…
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Through capitalism, wealth is concentrated in the hands of few people leading to inequality. Afterwards, the rich exploits the poor. Capitalism leads to high unemployment levels and eventual rising… In simple terms bourgeois refers to the rich, the ruling class and those who owns the means of production. On the other hand, proletariat is the working class in…
The Importance of Ideal Types
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Importance of Ideal Types Importance of Ideal Types Max Weber, a German ant positivist sociologist, laid the foundation for Ideal Types. He wanted to establish sociology as an objective social science.… Weber studied the history as a relationship of cause and effect. It is impossible to quote all events which were interrelated to the cause and effect of an…
Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology
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Paul Ricoeur is a European intellectual. As far as his religious orientation is concerned he is a French Huguenot and a Barthian Christian.1Currently an Emeritus at the Divinity School, University of Chicago, he has produced many renowned books on religion and theology.… As one of the giants of his field Ricoeur once again sets us thinking in his deep and…
The Role of Context in Biblical Hermeneutics
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This paper is an attempt to demonstrate how this is so, and why this is so. It begins with a brief examination of the role of context in communication in general, which will then be applied to the activity of textual interpretation using the concept of the hermeneutic circle.… Context plays a central role in the act of biblical interpretation. This paper is an…
Mass Media Theory
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In order to study the social world, communication researchers have identified four major communication theories which include post positivism, hermeneutic theory, critical theory, and normative theory. Post positivism theory is the first approach practiced by social scientists,… Hermeneutic theory is study of understanding through systematic interpretation…
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The report on Quality of nursing care in the words of nurses entails published data in the Journal of Advanced Nursing and based on a study in the United States, the paper is a report of a study concerning the meaning of quality nursing care as far as practising nurses are… sment of literature concerning quality care demonstrates that nurses do not often get…
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The study sought to investigate the experiences of three generations of African American women in their transition to motherhood. The study utilized a Hermeneutic phenomenology from an Afrocentric feminist perspective as the methodological approach which also included the snowball technique, a purposive sample of 18 African American women.… The research data…
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In their practice, nurses advocate for their patients in every possible practice settings. The practice of patient advocacy is, in general, thought of occupying an important place in the nursing curricula. It is also assumed that it is found in a reasonable way in the ground reality of clinical practice.… However there has to be a methodology to integrate the…
Outline the distinctive properties of group decision-making and negotiation. Compare and contrast the conditions under which the
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Coordination and Social Dynamics Introduction Group Decision Making & Negotiation Managerial decision making is regarded as the core of managerial tasks and often the managers make decisions based under pressure and with incomplete information (Baba and HakemZadeh, 2012).… Group decision making brings in certain amount of analogical reasoning which gives…
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According to Marturano and Gosling (2012), leadership is the process through which an individual influences other people for the… This paper looks into a leadership concept relevant in the Information Technology field, which has an influence in the achievement of success in an organization. The most relevant management concept for the IT profession is the…
Compare and Contrast Oedipus the King and A Darker Face of the Earth
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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Comparison and Contrast between “Oedipus the King” and “The Darker Face of the Earth” In the play “The Darker Face of the Earth”, Rita Dove has resurrected the Greek protagonist, Oedipus, with newer conflicts and crisis of the modern American society of the 19th century.… Also ignorant about his past, Augustus, like the King, vows to…
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