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Scholarship Dissemination Methods
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Name Instructor Course Date A Qualitative Analysis of “Perspectives of Women with Dementia Receiving Care from their Adult Daughters” Academic and market studies often use qualitative research as a method of gathering and analyzing data. Unlike quantitative research which uses exact figures and computations on large samples, qualitative research deals with the collection of data that came from human behavior, reasoning and decision making.
Dementia is a non-specific ailment condition that affects a person’s areas of cognition such as recollection, attention, linguistics and problem solving. It may occur in two stages, static or an effect of a brain injury, or progressive which results to long-term deterioration as caused by injury or illness. The fact that the early onset of dementia is likely to transpire at the age of 65 indicates that this is an important concern for old people as well as their family members that would have to take care of them during their battle with the disease (Fadil et al. 247). According to Ward-Griffin, Bol and Oudshoorn (121), there are only few known studies directed to document the care giving experience of dementia patients and their perspectives in their condition. In order to explore further on this topic, they specifically conducted a qualitative investigation regarding the standpoint and experiences of mothers with dementia that are being taken care of their daughters and their relationship with them. ...
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