K101 Tma 2 Essays and Term Papers

  • Open University K101 Tma

    K101 TMA02 There are many long term health conditions but, for the purpose of this essay, I shall be using diabetes as my example with Anwar as my case study. Diabetes, both type one and type two, is caused by the pancreas failing to produce enough natural insulin or any insulin at all and this...

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  • Tma 2

    Outline the view that big supermarkets both provide and limit choice. In the UK there has been a pronounced growth of the four main supermarkets: Tesco, ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons. These four supermarkets have “more than doubled the number of stores…since 2000.” (Allen, 2009) Many social scientists...

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  • Tma 2

    Reflections of the please me society TMA 2 Reflections Of The Please Me Society A consumer society is a social and economic activity that encourages the buying and selling of products and services. [Ancient] [c]ivilians in ancient times traded goods and services with  [neighboring]other towns...

    1455 Words | 1 Pages

  • tma 2

    - Connections to affluence. Paragraph 2 (250 words) - Rising affluence ...

    1406 Words | 4 Pages

  • Tma 2 Starting Psychology

    Drawing on appropriate evidence from chapter 5, described how groups can influence people in positive and negative ways. Social psychologists seek to understand causes of behaviour influenced by other people and the social situation in which this occurs. Much key research in social psychology is the...

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  • E105 Tma 2

    information for students and have a valid Agreement with Confirmer Form(s). For this TMA I have only used material drawn from the setting(s) identified on my employer Permission Agreement Form(s). In this TMA I have adhered to the E105 ethical guidance by: • Ensuring that all participants...

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  • b120 tma 2

     Finding people and helping them fit in Hotel Housekeeping Department 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. PROBLEMS DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS 3. RECOMMENDATIONS 4. INFORMATION 5. REFERENCES Executive summary Attracting people to apply to work for a business and being able to select the right mix of...

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  • Tma 2 Dd101

    retail parks within Contemporary UK and how the big supermarket affects our local businesses. Lastly we will look at Dennis Wrongs (Allens, 2009 chapter 2 Making Social Lives) concept of positive-sum game and zero-sum game Consumer society is defined as a society in which a persons identity and lifestyle...

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  • TMA 2 Y183

    random group of men participants took roles of 'Gaurds' and ' Prisoners'. It was stopped after only 6 days instead of the scheduled 2 weeks. This was due to the participants taken there roles too seriously. The 'Guards' became abusive and violent, the 'Prisoners'...

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  • Y177 Tma 2

    In what ways are people’s life chances influenced by where they live? The aim of this essay is to discuss the ways in which people’s life chances are influenced by where they live. To do this the essay will provide evidence and examples which will support the answer given. The essay assesses opinions...

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  • k101

    ‘We spend a great deal of time just listening to people…..we help people speak to other services to try and get changes for themselves’ (Dave Kellett K101 DVD).This suggests how outreach workers go at the service users pace instead of deciding for the service user, allowing the two of them to build a relationship...

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  • K101

    Within this essay I aim to discus and talk about some of the problems arising and faced in health and social care. I will be providing rationales for my answers as well as talking about how these difficulties can be overcome. I will be using the case studies discussed in block one of the course hand...

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  • K101

    The word carer means someone who looks after a friend, family member or even a neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability. This doesnt mean a proffesional care work or someoneone employed. The average age to become a carer is age 50-59 with 68% of them caring upto 19 hours...

    459 Words | 1 Pages

  • K101

    In the beginning of unit one it becomes apparent that there are many difficulties involved in being a carer, the main difficulty that stood out for me is that many carers feel they have little or no choice in regards to who will care for the family member in question. Almost immediately we were made...

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  • k101

    K101 An introduction to health and social care TMA 01 Part A Introduction In this assignment I am going to look at the difficulties and rewards experienced by carers, especially those who care for a family member. I am going to look closely at the role of one such carer, a 37 year old woman called...

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  • K101

    Tma 03 Why are people’s life stories important while receiving care and what do workers need to be aware of in encouraging people to talk about their past lives? Introduction In this assignment I am going to explain why life stories of people receiving care are important and how it is essential...

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  • K101 Tma01

    First of all we need to look at what is meant by the word ‘carer’. A government website agrees “the word ‘carer’ means someone who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability”. (Directgov 2006). A carer goes beyond what is expected from a...

    309 Words | 1 Pages

  • Tma01 K101

    example I have of this came from Activity 12 when I looked closely at a care situation which was ‘closer to home’ - Robert Shire, cared for his wife for 2 years while she battled terminal cancer, had they still lived within the UK their financial worries would have been considerably less, but 5 years previously...

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  • k101 tma06

     K101-14B TMA06 In what ways can ‘evidence-based’ care practice improve services? Discuss potential benefits and challenges of adopting an evidence-based approach. What sources of evidence, other than research, can inform practice? Illustrate your answer with examples from Block 5 of K101. This...

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  • k101 tma01

    K101 The Difficulties and Rewards of Being a Family Carer Carer The current government definition of a Carer states that the word means someone who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability. This does not mean a special care worker...

    938 Words | 3 Pages