• Immanuel Kant
    result was the Critique of Pure Reason. Although now uniformly recognized as one of the greatest works in the history of philosophy, this Critique was largely ignored upon its initial publication (wikipedia.org). Immanuel Kant is most notably known for his three Critiques; The Critique of Pure Reason...
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  • Automobile
    European Journal of Social Theory http://est.sagepub.com/ Sociology after Fordism: Prospects and problems John Holmwood European Journal of Social Theory 2011 14: 537 DOI: 10.1177/1368431011417937 The online version of this article can be found at: http://est.sagepub.com/content/14/4/537 Published...
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  • Intro to Research- Midterm Review
    conducted to generate knowledge rather than to solve immediate problems. * Generates new knowledge * Develops, tests and refines theories * Delayed application of results * Various research populations * Vulnerable populations: Additional safeguards are required to...
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  • Cloud and Townsend Theory Critique
     Cloud & Townsend Theory Critique Jeremy Andrews Liberty University, February 17, 2014 Summary In the book Boundaries In Marriage: Understanding the Choices that Make or Break Loving Relationships, authors Henry Cloud and John Townsend (1999) help the readers...
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  • Miss
    There are many common frameworks and theories used for assessment in health that help nursing students understand how the roles and actions of nurses’ fit together in nursing. One of these frameworks includes Dorothea Orem’s Self Care Model in which Orem (1971) developed a definition of nursing that...
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  • Critique of a Nursing Theory
    Critique of a Nursing Theory April 30, 2010 Critique of a Nursing Theory This is a critique of Myra Estrin Levine’s conservation principles model. I will be discussing the meaning of the theory of the four principles; conservation of energy, conservation of structural integrity, conservation...
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  • A Book Review on "Gender and International Relations: an Introduction"
    This chapter defines the origin of some feminist theories which the discussions are divided into three main sections. The first section is regarding the scope of gender--- its definition. The second one discusses about the concepts of Feminist Theories. The third section discusses on the early beginnings...
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  • Ict in Tourism
    tourism a theoretical critique Philip Alford a,Ã, Steve Clarke b,1 a b Bournemouth University, School of Services, Management, Dorset House, Talbot Campus, Poole, Dorset BH12 5BB, UK Business School, The University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX, UK a r t i c l e in f o a b s t r a c t This paper...
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  • Society
    Spectacle was only available in English in a so-called "pirate" edition published by Black & Red, and its informative, perhaps essential, critique of modern society languished in the sort of obscurity familiar to political radicals and the avant-garde. Originally published in France...
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  • Funda
    Care, Core and Cure (3 C’s) | Virginia Henderson | Identification of the 14 Basic Needs | Imogene King | Goal Attainment Theory | Madeleine Leininger | Transcultural Nursing | Myra Levine | Four Conservation Principles | Florence Nightingale | Environmental Theory | Betty Neuman | Stress...
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  • Risk of Aspiration in Icu Patients Undergoing Enteral Tube Feeding
    procedure when conducting enteral tube feeding is imperative to ensure there is not an unacceptable risk of aspiration to such patients. The self-care theory can be used to apply clinical care to critically ill patients regarding the issues around their enteral tube feeding when viable and how they may increase...
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  • Mr Lars
    How The specific outcomes th achieve by s completion Students wi analytical sk 707 Ti Arts and Bus ession: 8 rdinator: Ne n Times: As hat is this cou urse Descript e of this cou cultural diffe tion. Culture ues, attitudes erse, and ma s through ind urse Content  Assessin  Culture ...
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  • Dorothea Orem
    Foundations of Healthcare 112 (Singapore) Assignment 1 – Nursing theories (30%) Marking Guide Requirement Marks Allocated Marks gained Comment by tutor Presentation of assignment Language expression, grammar and spelling 2 Format and presentation 2 Structure of assignment Introduction...
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  • Ethics
    leader’s capability to achieve sort and long-term organizational goals” (Stern, 2004, p. 154). It began as a practice to take hold in America in the 1980’s and executives sought to promote resiliency and increase performance (Blattner, 2004). While it is a very popular leadership strategy, but there has been...
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  • Michael Mann - Tha Sources of Social Power
    An Anatomy of Power: The Social Theory of Michael Mann. Cambridge University Press, 2006, 409 pp. $US 34.99 paper (0-521-61518-6), $US 80.00 hardcover (0-521-85000-2) In an endnote buried deep in his own contribution to this volume editor John Hall questions: “[I]s it the case that Mann has been...
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  • Critique Guideline.Doc
    ARTICLE CRITIQUE Guidelines for Research Critique A. Research Problem 1. What is the major research problem identified in the study? Is the problem clearly stated? 2. What is the author(s) justification for conducting the study (i.e., why is it important)? 3. What is/are the purpose(s) of the...
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  • Orem’s General Theory of Nursing
    D. Theoretical Framework According to Orem’s General Theory of Nursing, the theory of self care deficit results when self care agency is not adequate to meet the self-care demand. Moreover, it explains when people need nursing care and how people can be assisted. In relation with Mrs. DNB, she is...
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  • Concept Comparison and Analysis
    concepts are the basis for a theory or model; concepts help in the development of theories. Theorists have developed different models or theories but have common core concepts. This paper will identify the core concept of ‘the role of nursing,’ which two theorists, Dorothea Orem and Virginia Henderson both...
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  • Alternative Cancer Therapies, a Review
    for the final part of the nutritional treatment is described. To support the given treatment strategy an attempt is made to subjectively consider a critique of nutritional therapies in general and the Gerson cancer therapy in particular, written by Saul Green PhD, biochemist and science editor of the Scientific...
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  • Dr. Wilson, Hurt people Hurt People Critique
    WILSON CRITIQUE ! 1 ! ! ! ! ! Wilson Critique ! Liberty University ! ! ! ! ! ! WILSON CRITIQUE ! 2 Abstract! ! In this paper, the work of Dr. Sandra Wilson (2001) will be looked at from the perspective of obtaining a comprehensive personal theory of counseling. Wilson...
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