• Level 5 515
    515 Lead and manage group living for adults 1. Review current theoretical approaches to group living provision for adults Over the year’s different theoretical approaches to group living provisions for adults have changed the way in which we offer our care services and living provisions. Person centred...
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  • Senior Paper Guidelines
    Table 1 Review of Literature Author/ Date Theoretical/ Conceptual Framework Research Question(s)/ Hypotheses Methodology Analysis & Results Conclusions Implications for Future research Implications For practice James “Mick” Andzulis, Nikolaos G. Panagopoulos, and Adam Rapp (2012) ...
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  • Dementia Awareness
    Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Understand what dementia is Explain what is meant by the term “dementia” The literal interpretation of the word 'dementia' means deprived of mind. Is usually taken to mean mental deterioration or group of conditions/disorders of brain. Specific...
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  • Knowledge Construction
    research has transformed tremendously throughout it’s own historical timeline of events. Right now currently, according to Denzin & Lincoln (2000), we are living in the seventh moment that calls on in-depth critical research about “democracy, race, gender, class, nation-states, globalization, freedom, and community...
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  • Sociology
    on September 14, 2011 on page A1 and was written by Sabrina Tavernise from Washington. The Census Bureau reported that there are 46.2 million people living below the official poverty line. This was the highest number in the 52 years the bureau has been publishing figures on this issue. It shows that the...
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  • Developmental Psych Chapter 1 Notes
    skills; advances in understanding the self, morality, and friendship E) Adolescence: from 11to 18 years- Transition to adulthood: puberty gives adult-sized body and sexual maturity; thoughts are abstract and idealistic; schooling directed toward higher education and preparation for the real world:...
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  • Phenomenology
    Technology Outline of the paper This paper is an account, the interweaving, of the narrative of the writing of my own thesis using a phenomenological approach, with my developing interest in phenomenology as research method. My study of personal transformation provides the context for these reflections on...
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  • dfddddd
    relationship between families and social change? 1 The organic analogy refers to the extended comparison made by functionalists between the human or other living body and society, with the organs of the body equivalent to institutions and structures in society. 2 Primary socialisation refers to the first and...
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  • The Nature of Qualitative Studies
    essay with multiple sources including Elizabeth J. Tisdell’s (2000) paper on Spiritual Development and Commitments to Emancipotory Education in Women Adult Educators for Social Change in comparison to Sharan B. Merriam’s paper on How Cultural Values Shape Learning in Older Adulthood: The Case of Malaysia...
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  • Managerial Economics
    resources amongst many alternative uses. Microeconomics analyzes market failure, where markets fail to produce efficient results, and describes the theoretical conditions needed for perfect competition. Significant fields of study in microeconomics include general equilibrium, markets under asymmetric information...
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  • The Nature of Childhood
    modern invention and he claims that in pre-industrial society, childhood did not exist and children were known as ‘little adults’ who carried out the same work and play activities as adults. There were no such things as kid’s toys etc. Aries argues that children were only seen as an ‘economic asset’ rather...
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  • Sociology
    even some conflict. In symbolic interactionism would be heavily influenced by those around them; such as their religious group. Families can be influenced by more than one theoretical model and is also determined by the society they live in. Functionalist impact on family can help maintain a sense of...
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  • “”Promoting Affective Development in Physical Education: the Value of Journal Writing”
    stage on one side of the gym houses desks, paper palm trees from a school play, gymnastic mats, and an assortment of trash. The class of 27 is in groups working on developing throwing and catching games. Near the end of the period, the teacher says, "Stop! When I say 'go,' put your equipment away and...
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  • iNTERVIEW FOR PSYCOLOGY
    House is a community center with a branch in Clinton providing special needs programs. The organization provides case management to adults and children, supported living, mental health treatment and social center services. Gilead House is accredited by CARF International. CARF International is an...
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  • Advertising and the Young People
    INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2 LITERATURE REVIEW ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4 METHODOLOGY ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5 HYPOTHESIS ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
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  • Sociological Analysis: the Increasing
    abandoned by their parents or have left home for the streets with their parents’ knowledge and consent 3. They have no stable place of residence; lack adult supervision, guidance and care; and have little likelihood of reunification with parents (Smollar, 1999) The epidemic of homeless youth has reached...
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  • Multilingual Education
    of the city of Reggio Emilia, Italy, have been engaged in what they define as ‘an educational project’ (http://zerosei.comune.re.it/index.htm): the evolving development of an innovative approach to the education of young children. This approach is strongly embedded in socio-cultural and constructivist...
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  • Psychological Wellbeing Model
    Meaning of Psychological Well-Being Carol D. Ryff University of Wisconsin—Madison Reigning measures of psychological well-being have little theoretical grounding, despite an extensive literature on the contours of positive functioning. Aspects of well-being derived from this literature (i.e., self-acceptance...
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  • Evidence-Based Practice & Applied Nursing Research
    is of a major concern for the elderly, and the frail. Falls are the number one cause of fatal and non-fatal injury and occur in one in every three adults age 65 and older. Most of these elders do not report their falls to their primary care physician (PCP). This may be due to fear and lack of knowledge...
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  • The Plight of Children at Risk [Orphaned and Vulnerable Children]
    large concentrations on the Asian and African continents. This research paper attempts to provide some detail regarding how vast this problem is and what some experts in the field have to say concerning this issue, and finally taking a look at one secular organization’s model which offers and excellent...
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