Observation Of Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Essays and Term Papers

  • Participant observation of Alcoholics Anonymous

    This paper is an attempt to explore the possible research stances available to me involved in participant observation of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) of the Lehigh County. For this field study I chose to be a complete observer. I have to stay in many assignments I've done I never thought I had to study...

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  • Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-Anon Meetings

    Alcoholic Anonymous and Al-Anon Groups Nicole P. Thompson SWK-339 Coker College Professor: Jean D. Keefe April 13, 2009 Abstract Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Al-Anon groups have helped a lot of people become sober, and to deal with an alcoholic family member. It takes a lot for a person to...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    individuals were places in sanitariums with the mentally insane. One program changed all that. The program titled Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) was the first of its kind. Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12-step program. To the common person A.A. may seem mystical. Except for the millions of individual who have...

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  • The Alcoholics Anonymous

    During the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting I attended, my eyes were opened to the disease of addiction. When I walked into the meeting, I introduced myself and announced that I am a nursing student and was there to observe. In sync, all of the people attending the meeting greeted me. Twelve people took...

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  • Alcoholic Anonymous

    Alcoholic Anonymous What I learned from Alcoholic Anonymous is that AA is meant for people who promise that they will never drink again and they drink again anyways. Its singleness purpose identifies that alcoholics work best with other alcoholics and the only difference from the twelve step fellowships...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous Reaction Paper

    Alcoholics Anonymous was very uncomfortable. I felt out of place amongst people that have actual problems. I felt disrespectful for being there, but I had no choice. At first they were nice to us, but when they found out we were there as a punishment they didn’t like it. They were all there to get...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous Experience

    The type of meeting I decided to attend was an Alcoholics Anonymous held on campus by a fellow University of Cincinnati student. She said that she decided to begin to hold the meetings on the UC main campus because she has had a long history of being an alcoholic and she knew that out of a university...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous - Essay

    Alcoholics Anonymous came to be in Akron Ohio in 1935 It was formed by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob out of a desperation to stay sober and not quite knowing how to do so. Bill W. had the idea that maybe one drunk trying to help another stay sober might be the key. Originally Bill W. tried to get sober...

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  • Alcoholic Anonymous Reaction Paper

    Rob Doiter Professor Jakeson 3/6/12 Drugs and Behavior A.A. Meeting Reaction Recently, I attended an A.A. meeting, which stands for, alcoholic anonymous. The meeting I went to was located in Penfield, NY at 1601 Jackson Road, area code 14526. It was called the Yellow House...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous --Nursing

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a close-knit program which is a very successful method of recovery for alcoholism. The program was the first of many to adopt the twelve step approach to recovery. This program is three dimensional: spiritually, mentally and physically which is represented in the twelve steps...

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  • Alcoholics Annonyms Meeting Experience

    This week, on Tuesday, I attended an Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) meeting. The group of people who went to it was very diverse, of various ages, backgrounds, levels of recovery, experiences, but with one goal in common: to get sober for life (live a life alcohol-free) by realizing that there is something...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous: the 12-Step Treatment

    Alcoholics Anonymous: The 12-Step Treatment Alcoholics Anonymous: The 12-Step Treatment The 12-step program used by Alcoholics Anonymous is a well-known treatment method that’s used for many types of addiction, not just alcohol. Alcoholics are encouraged to “work” the 12-steps. The first step...

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  • Criminology Reflection Paper: Alcoholic Anonymous

    Criminology: Reflection Paper Alcoholic Anonymous Alcoholic anonymous are open meetings that have helped researchers to examine the extensive array bundle of societal norms and behaviors such as symbolic interaction in sociology, beliefs in roles of deviance, research techniques and in social psychology...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group Report

     Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group Report Liberty University Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group Report Group therapy has evolved so much that the participant are learning how to help themselves and others. Self-help...

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  • Trip to Narcotics Anonymous meeting, NA.

    Attending the narcotics anonymous meeting was definitely an experience I will never forget. When my mom and I first pulled up I couldn't have been more nervous, all the people smoking outside, but as I made my way in I began to feel a bit more comfortable. I did see Ani, the girl who spoke to our class...

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  • Aa Meeting Observation

    April 10th, 2013 Anthropology 101 Participant Observation Project On Friday, April 5th starting at 8:00pm I walked into St. Peters Catholic Church in Olney, Maryland to witness my first ever open AA meeting. The meeting was being held in the basement area of the church. The room was small and comfortable...

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) is a worldwide fellowship for individuals to share their experiences, and to gain strength and support from one another in an effort to recover from alcoholism. A.A. is based upon a Twelve Step program to recovery that acts as a personal guide to sobriety. Countless individuals...

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  • Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group (Aa) - Essay

    N121L Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group (AA) Location: Wesley Church on Barstow The support group I attended was on October 19th, 2012 at 12pm at Wesley Church located on Barstow Avenue. It was in the Winterburg Education Building in room 3. A gentleman by the name of Andy was leading the group...

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  • By Anonymous

    Partition of India Explanation of event – history * In 1947, Britain left India and disclaimed it as part of her empire; this occurred with the Indian Independence Act 1947, which marked the end of the British Raj * However, as you can see from the map, the British leaving meant Pakistan and...

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  • Anonymous

    How Hurricane Sandy's Aftermath Will Affect The Housing Market's Recovery Hurricane Sandy pummeled the East Coast on Monday, leaving a trail of devastating destruction in its wake. Damages could run as high as $50 billion, according to Eqecat, and hundreds of thousands of homeowners are expected to...

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