• 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...
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  • Immanuel Kant
    of the book. He continued to develop his moral philosophy, notably in 1788's Critique of Practical Reason ( known as the second Critique) and 1797's Metaphysics of Morals. The 1790 Critique of Judgement (the third Critique) applied the Kantian system to asthetics and teleogy. Many of Kant's most...
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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...
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  • Concept Comparison and Analysis
    common core concepts. This paper will identify the core concept of ‘the role of nursing,’ which two theorists, Dorothea Orem and Virginia Henderson both utilized. We will compare and analyze the concept definitions among both theorists, and discuss the practical use of Orem’s self care theory...
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  • Michael Mann - Tha Sources of Social Power
    ; they are in theory and fact inextricably intertwined. The ruling class interests and the interests of the state are cognate. Brenner ’s critique is similar to Weiss, Trentmann and Epstein’s in that he believes Mann overestimates one source of social power (political) and underestimates others...
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  • psychological factors that influency successfuk learning
    : A new theory? Clinical Journal of Pain, 24(9), 767–775. Fitzgerald, P. J. (2009). Is elevated noradrenaline an aetiological factor in a number of diseases? Autonomic & Autacoid Pharmacology, 29(4), 143–156. Folkman, S. (1997). Positive psychological states and coping with severe stress...
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  • Society
    , and give the appearance of improving the quality of everyday living conditions. DebordÕs global cultural critique later finds an echo in the work of scholars like Johan Galtung, the Norwegian peace research theorist who established a s imilarly pervasive analysis of cultural...
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  • Chapter #9 Summary: New Directions in Planning Theory
    Chapter #9 Summary: New Directions in Planning Theory Susan S. Fainstein Susan S. is professor of urban planning and acting program director in Columbia University. In this article she discusses and critiques contemporary planning theory in terms of its usefulness in addressing what I believe...
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  • Dorothea Orem
    nursing theorists where her wisdoms and enthusiasm continue on throughout the world by others (Hartweg & Fleck, 2010). Orem produced a general theory, which is the self-care deficit theory. It consists of three affiliating theories: the theory of self-care, the theory of self-care deficit, and the...
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  • On Theory
    , its irreducible negativity in the face of the insurmountable violence perpetrated by what the economist Ernest Mandel called, some time ago, “late capiarchitecture On Theory 1 H A RVA R D D E S I G N M A G A Z I N E ON THEORY CRITICAL OF WHAT? talism.” Meanwhile—as the story goes...
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  • Dorothea Orem’s Self Care Theory
    a 1996 newsletter to the International Orem Society she states: “What do nurses encounter in their worlds as they design and produce nursing for others? What meaning can and should nurses attach to persons, things, events, conditions, and circumstances they encounter?” Orem’s Nursing Theory reflects...
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  • Mr Lars
    Version 1 Code: BUS7 Faculty of: A Teaching Se Course Coo Consultatio 1. Wh 1.1 Cou The purpose increasing c of globalisa beliefs, valu of the unive generations culture. 1.2 Cou 2. Un 12 units 3. How The specific outcomes th achieve by s completion Students wi analytical sk...
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  • A Book Review on "Gender and International Relations: an Introduction"
    dynamics involved in the construction of theory and states the consequences of the dominance of realism. The section of the chapter was focused on the gender issues and utilization of feminism as a critique. The section also undertakes the feminist reading of influential realist texts. Chapter...
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  • Alternative Cancer Therapies, a Review
    aggressive detoxification. Rationale for plan: The critique put forward by Green does not much mention the nutritional aspect of the alternative cancer treatment, but focuses instead on some of the theories put forward over the years, but mainly those of Gerson (1958), and Hildenbrand (1981...
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  • Critique Guideline.Doc
    OSM 601 – RESEARCH METHODS 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...
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  • Risk of Aspiration in Icu Patients Undergoing Enteral Tube Feeding
    Orem’s Self-Care Theory of Nursing Nurse theorist Dorothea Orem created a nursing model called the Self-Care Deficit. This theory focuses on each individual’s ability to perform self-care, which is defined as the practice of activities that individuals initiate and perform on their own behalf to...
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  • The man on the moon
    Felix, Capital, Volume I, The Civil War in France, The Civil War in the United States, A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right, Critique of the Gotha Program, The Difference Between the Democritean and Epicurean Philosophy of Nature, Economic and...
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  • psy appendix b
    to be published on personality. -In the 1930’s American searched the universal laws pertaining to all organisms. -During the 1930s Freud, Jung, Adler had all built comprehensive theories of personalities brought from clinical observations and rooted in the psychoanalytic tradition. -Beginning...
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  • Caring Is Viewed as the Essence of Nursing
    , Dover. Orem D.E. (1985) Nursing: Concepts of Practise 3rd ed, New York, McGraw-Hill. Paulson D.S. (2004) Taking care of patients and caring for patients are not the same, AORN Online, 79(2), 359-360. Remen N. (1980) The Human Patient, New York, Anchor Press. Watson J. (1979) Theory and Practice of Nursing: An Integrated Approach to Caring Practice ,(Basford L. & Slevin O. eds.) 50 New York, Nelson Thornes....
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  • Why Have Structuralist Approaches Often Been Criticised in Political Inquiry? Are These Criticisms Justified?
    . (1996), ‘Structuralism’, http://www.utpa.edu/faculty/mglazer/Theory/structuralism.htm, 11/12/2010. Pg.1. [ 6 ]. March, S. & Stoker G., ‘Theory and Methods in Political Science’, Palgrave Macmillan, Pg.282 [ 7 ]. Giddens, A., (1979), ‘Central Problems in Social Theory’, London Macmillan [ 8 ]. Hay...
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