• change management
    direction of change. The resistant forces are employees or nurses who do not want the proposed change. For this theory to be successful, the driving force must dominate the resistant force. Rogers' Change Theory Everette Rogers modified Lewin's change theory and created a five-stage theory of his own...
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  • Advocacy as a strategy of SBCC
    theories that can be integrated into advocacy strategy in any given communication effort targeted at social change. For the purpose of this paper, we shall adopt Everette Rogers’ Diffusion of Innovation theory. Everett M. Roger’s Diffusion of Innovations, or Diffusion theory, refers to the process by...
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  • Plants vs Apes
    reversible under environmental change Seasonal acclimation – revers during annual cycle Short term acclimation – daily or irregular responses to condition Theory of Natural Selection Main process that increases the frequency of adaptive traits through the 3 principles: Variation...
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  • Opportunities and Thresholds for Advertising on Interactive Digital Tv:
    before the launch of IDTV in Belgium (May 2005) and the second exactly one year later (May 2006). Because of the exploratory and descriptive nature of this study, no formal hypotheses are formulated. The adoption process of IDTV is situated within the Diffusion of Innovations Theory of Rogers (1995...
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  • Sdfsdaf
    adoption. In contrast, diffusion theory considers analysis at both the micro-individual and macro-social levels. This is because studies of diffusion include both an innovation at the micro level, as well as its influence, such as social change, at the macro level. Rogers (1995) suggested that the four...
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  • New Journalism
    of the New Journalism, a collection edited and introduced by Everette E. Dennis, came up with six categories, labelled new nonfiction (reportage), alternative journalism ("modern muckraking"), advocacy journalism, underground journalism and precision journalism.[6] Michael Johnson's The New...
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  • Framing
    Is Anyone Responsible? But the theories and premises of his research are derived in large part from his 1987 book News That Matters (co-authored with Donald Kinder). In the book, he examines how we think about politics, suggesting that television determines what we believe to be important issues...
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  • Course Outline of Production Operation Management (Pom)
    of the Operations Management in any given organization. The primary objective of the course is to provide the students with an understanding of the theories, models, problems, issues, and techniques related to the management of operations both in manufacturing and service sectors. This includes...
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  • Rogers Understandng of Person
    organismic experiences which bring changes in them. So it is on-going process where one expresses and reflects on one’s own experiences. This leads to an awareness of various changes within one’s self.    The Person-centred theory as postulated by Rogers accentuates the concept of self-actualisation...
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  • Summary of Readings: Migration, Diaspora and Transnationalism
    demographic transition in which there is a noticeable transition from high fertility to low fertility and mortality, there is also a shift of economic based activities from agriculture to industrial based, and was seen as a development transition. Another changes transition theory suggest is the mobility...
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  • Carl Rogers
    books he has written on such. Rogers based his theory on 19 propositions covering values, reactions, and experiences; all outlining that an individual (the organism) continuously reacts and changes in response to environment. Rogers felt that reactions were directly related to how the organism...
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  • Self Concept
    positive self-concept is undeniably a critical aspect of social and emotional development (Dowling, 2008) and for Rogers, the theory of the self was central in his theory of personality. From a counselling perspective, person-centred theorists support this notion and believe that many of the successes...
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  • Carl Rogers - Person-Centred Therapy
    Describe Rogerstheory with attention to the following four areas: * General theory/philosophy * Theory of personality * Acquisition of dysfunction * “Treatment” of dysfunction This essay will begin by introducing Carl Rogers, with a brief description of his upbringing and...
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  • Carl Rogers and His Theory of Personality
    originator of the ‘person centred’ approach, also referred to as the ‘nondirective’ or ‘client centred’ approach. This essay will offer a brief description about some of the main concepts in Carl Rogers’ person centred theory. Mainly covering topics such as his philosophy of theory, his theory of...
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  • viewpoints of the person centered theory
    necessary and sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 21, 95-103. Rogers, C. R. (1980). A way of being. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin. Schultz, D. P., & Schultz, S. E. (2013). Theories of personality (10th ed.). Belmont, CA: Cengage/Wadsworth. Thorne, B. (1991) Person-Centred Counselling: Therapeutic and Spiritual Dimensions. London: Whurr Publishers. ...
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  • Carl Rogers
    . | | |Carl Rogers, On Becoming a Person (pages 23, 24) | | | An Analysis of Carl Rogers' Theory of Personality by Dagmar Pescitelli Since the study of personality began, personality theories have offered a wide...
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  • Person Centred Counselling Theory (Skills Course)
    needed in order to effect change within themselves. Concepts of Person Centred Counselling Rogers had several concepts that he discussed regularly. The idea of self-actualization has already been discussed. Rogers also had his own theory of personality and behaviour in which he describes "nineteen...
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  • Compare and Contrast Psychoanalytic and Person-Centered Therapies
    of the OVS must be present for the individual to initiate change. Another similarity occurs about the issue of denied or distorted realities. Both Freud and Rogerstheories refer to the distortion of reality in problem formation. Psychoanalytic theory maintains that the distortion or denial of...
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  • Carl Rogers Person Centred Counselling
    recognised educational theory (Thorne, 2003). To appreciate the significance of Rogers' achievements, it is necessary to look at both his life and his work. Carl Rogers, was born, Carl Ronsom Rogers, in Illinois on the 8th of January 1902, the fourth out of six children. His family were middle...
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  • Carl Rogers
    Carl Rogers Neighborhood 2 Personality theories have presented a wide assortment of explanations for behavior and what represents the person. Rogers' theory of personality advanced from his work as a medical psychologist and developed his theory of client-centered which was later called person...
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