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Palmer's Let Your Life Speak

- Palmer's Let Your Life Speak Throughout my reading of this book, I often felt like Palmer was talking to me specifically. What I mean by that is the topics he covered in this book, especially those concerning the meaning of vocation as well as the idea of reclaiming the gift you were originally given when you were brought into this world, really hit home for me. I really liked learning about the meaning of the word vocation. The Latin root of vocation is voice, which Palmer directs us to believe that the “voice” in vocation is the voice of our calling....   [tags: Book Review Analysis Palmer]

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The Case Riggs V Palmer

- It is no surprise as to why the case Riggs v Palmer is such a renowned case, for this case tests the importance of many of the philosophers’ theories, especially on the validity of certain laws and the conflict between law and morality. This hard case has been used as a reference for many court decisions over the years and will be most likely used in the future as well. An inference can be made based on this case and the legal conflicts and issues that the judges faced when reaching their verdict....   [tags: Law, Statute, Common law, Legal positivism]

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The Palmer Handwriting Method

- With the swarm of technology, handwriting, a vital skill, may be on the brink of extinction, despite that it is able to create a “model citizen, assimilate immigrants, and even reform juvenile delinquents” (Korper). Believe it or not: handwriting is important. However, the debate about handwriting is still questionable. Handwriting allows for effective memory retention and is an significant and unique action to develop certain regions of your brain (Grossberg). However, handwriting is also outdated and lacks the agility of the keyboard (Korper)....   [tags: cursive writing vs typewriting]

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Analysis Of Amanda Palmer 's ' My Mind '

- The theoretical structure that Amanda Palmer perpetuates in her alternative dark cabaret song In My Mind revolves mostly around the concepts of mobility and restraint in the cultural structures we live in. The song is a bittersweet, introspective, conversational examination of the youth, male and female alike, within these structures, which they perceive as exercising control over their development into a person they are 'supposed ' to become over the course of their lifetimes. Palmer establishes that the general wayward attitudes of adolescents are ultimately caused by the fact that they are rendered unprepared and depressed by the strict policing of their physical existence....   [tags: Culture, The Culture, Sociology]

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Palmer 's Theory : The Current Outcome Driven Educational Climate

- Palmer’s theory demonstrates sociopolitical congruency with the current outcome driven educational climate. Palmer’s theory is also congruent with the National League for Nursing Nurse Educator Competencies (2007) to facilitate learning and to facilitate learner development and socialization. Social Palmer noted community was not traditionally valued in objective based education. Palmer believed community is useful as students seek meaning with the resulting transcendent communal greater than sum of its parts....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Learning, School]

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The Impact of the Media on anti-Communist Sentiment and the Palmer Raids

-      After World War One and the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, fear of communism was escalating in America. Everybody seemed to fear the so-called “Red Menace”, a term introduced by Edgar J. Hoover. Partnering with Hoover was a man named A. Mitchell Palmer, head of the Justice Department. Palmer became a leader in the fight against communism. He most likely was prompted by being a target of one of the infamous 1919 bombings (Dumenil 220). Palmer wanted to be known as the embodiment of Americanism, fighting all that threatened our society....   [tags: American America History]

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Philip K. Dick: the Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch

- Philip K. Dick's The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch is a deeply symbolic work. Centered largely on concepts of soft science fiction, Dick presents to the reader a work which is based essentially on themes of philosophy and theology; he leads the reader to ponder such concepts as the true nature of reality and the direction in which our current society is headed based on then-current social and cultural phenomena - specifically, the growing use of hallucinogenic drugs in the 1960s. These themes are presented by way of a dystopian future set in the year 2016....   [tags: American Literature]

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My Life Experiences By Parker Palmer 's Book Let Your Life Speak

- When way closes way will open The purpose of this paper is to explore my life experiences in light of the “way closing way will open” concept discussed in author Parker Palmer’s book Let Your Life Speak. (Palmer, P. J. 1999). Through thoughtful reflection I will share occasions in my personal journey when way closing was evident and gave occasion to unintentional way open opportunities which collectively shaped who I am today. The concept of way closing is intriguing, as it brings in perspective situations in my life when at that moment, was filled with anxiety, grief and uncertainty but now in retrospect aided personal development and growth....   [tags: Management, Supply chain management, Supply chain]

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The Media's Role in the Escalation of Palmer Raids and the Red Scare in America

- Newspapers are supposed to give us an unbiased factual report of important events, but that isn’t always the case.  Newspapers can make certain events seem more important and more consequential than other events.  This happened during the Palmer Raids of the early 1920’s.  Newspapers made the Palmer Raids more prevalent and Anti-Communist feelings stronger among the American public during the 1920’s. To understand how the media escalated the Red Scare and Palmer Raids it helps to have a brief history of them.  After World War I there was a Red Scare among many Americans.  There are many explanations for this: rampant inflation, a tough job market, strikes, race riots, and the public’s need f...   [tags: American America History]

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Svetlana Palmer & Sarah Wallis A War in Words, the First World War

- Svetlana Palmer & Sarah Wallis A War in Words, the First World War in diaries and letters Chose a novel, play or an extended piece of non-fiction writing about the First World War. Write a personal response to this text. You should consider how, in both treatment of subject matter and style, the writer presents the experience of war. Choice of extended piece: Svetlana Palmer & Sarah Wallis ‘A War in Words, the First World War in diaries and letters’. Published in 2003. When reading Svetlana Palmer and Sarah Wallis’ ‘A War in Words’ I was initially overwhelmed at how the First World War and the experiences from 1914-1918 are portrayed throughout the book....   [tags: English Literature]

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Heal The World: Exploring Palmers "the Case For Human Beings"

- Human beings. We are an exclusive species. Humans are able to achieve abstract thought, while most of the creatures in the animal kingdon have an attention span of only minutes. We are able to extract the purest elements from the most barren lands. We are also able to destroy the fragile biodiversity that has taken the earth millions of years to create. Should humankind, however, be punished for pushing so many different species into extinction by becoming extinct itself. In Thomas Palmer's essay, "The Case For Human Beings", Palmer explores the topics of human accomplishment, the diversity of humankind, and the havoc that said diversity has caused on the environment....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Megan Palmed Addison 's Ass

- Megan palmed Addison’s ass. “Tell you what, we’ll get together with Faith one night, talk and let things unfold naturally. That’s really the best approach because orchestrating a structured fuck session is too rigid and cold.” Addison yawned. “Sounds good to me.” She glanced at the clock, two-thirty a.m. “Ready to snuggle and sleep?” Megan scooched up next to Addison. “Uh huh.” She wrapped her arms around Addison. “I love you, baby.” “Love you too.” *** Addison checked her phone Friday morning and saw a missed call from Sara had come through while she and Megan had been at the restaurant, most likely when she had bolted to the restroom for a brief reprieve....   [tags: Mobile phone, E-mail, ILOVEYOU]

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Concepts Of Community Practice, Theory, And Research

- concept analysis of community which he identified as the common theme. As a result, the meanings, antecedents, defining attributes, and empirical referents were not well delineated in this author’s opinion. A concept analysis could serve to clarify the concept of community in practice, theory, and research. Additionally, Palmer did not include a formal literature review. Philosophic and Paradigmatic Origins Palmer’s teaching philosophy was shaped by several philosophic and paradigmatic origins. Aristotelian and Socratic influence is seen in Palmer’s use of reflective practice and communicative questioning....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Human, Pedagogy]

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Communication And A Good Leader

- When considering communication three examples of different types of communication that was witnessed were face to face, phone and email communications. Communication is vital to being a good leader and is a complex, ongoing, dynamic process that creates shared meaning for all participants in the interaction (Sullivan, 2013). At the beginning of the shift, Palmer checked her email, then crafted an email to all nursing managers to remind staff to keep up the good work and continue to utilize the Sepsis and Septic Shock Bundle requirements....   [tags: Nurse, Nursing, Florence Nightingale]

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Change at Dupont

- Dupont plant is a major manufacturing employer which sits on 10 acres by the South River according to the case study by the Palmer, Dunford & Akin (2009). Although the plant has been in the community for a number of years, it has undergone many changes (Palmer et al., 2009). The plant was about to undergo yet another change as its manager Tom Harris sought out ways to improve their business (Palmer et al., 2009). Employees were notified of the coming changes by a bulletin announcement which assured them that the changes would supplement the great work they were already doing (Palmer et al., 2009)....   [tags: Business Management ]

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The Origins Of The Blues

- Various authors have varyingly explored the origins of the blues, as a genre, possibly because of its influence in modern-day music world. In fact, the blues significantly influence today’s music scene and it is common to find other music genres borrowing from the blues in terms of style, tunes, as well as other features. Nevertheless, the blues have emerged as a widespread genre since its inception in the United States in the early 19th century. It is believed to belong to the popular (commonly referred to as pop music) style of music....   [tags: Blues, Jazz, Rock and roll, Music genre]

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NASA's Incompetence: The Challenger and Columbia Shuttle Disasters

- On an unusually cool Florida morning in January 1986, the space shuttle Challenger exploded 50,000 feet above ground just moments after liftoff killing seven crew members onboard (Palmer, Dunford, and Akin, 2009). A presidential commission, dubbed “the Rogers Commission” (hereafter, the Commission) after former Secretary of State William Rogers, was appointed to investigate the cause of the disaster. Although mechanical failure of an O-ring seal in one of the rocket boosters was identified as the physical cause, the investigation revealed something much more disheartening; organizational deficiencies at NASA had allowed potential safety hazards to be disregarded....   [tags: Incompetence Of NASA]

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Explaining The Origins Of The Advertising Agency

- This week, my focus will be on the article, “Explaining the Origins of the Advertising Agency” by Tim P. Vos. The article is a profile of Volney B. Palmer and follows challenges that were overcome during this time of creating an advertising agency and moves into present times. To do this, Vos uses a total of 155 footnotes and a variety of sources to create the article. At a first glance, the sources seem to be all secondary sources. However, that is not exactly true. I examined all of the articles that would have fallen during the lifetime of Palmer (1799-1864)....   [tags: Advertising, Newspaper, Understanding]

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Critical Race Theory Can Be African American Males

- In recent years that have been a few frameworks that have reviewed or analyze the experiences of African American males in colleges and universities. One tends to focus more of the usage of Critical Race lives of African American males. When it comes to how we review or analyze the lives of African American males, the majority of individuals have focus on using Critical Race Theory (CRT) (Bush & Bush, 2013). Critical Race Theory can be African American males theory has not been around that long....   [tags: African American, Sociology, Race, Black people]

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Paradox in Teaching and Learning

- Palmer’s third chapter speaks about paradox in teaching and learning. He describes paradox, overall, as the inner tension experienced in the heart of every teacher, competing and pulling between laughter and pain, joy and sadness, engagement and apathy. He embraces the soul of the teacher pungently: “teaching...can only be expressed as paradoxes”. Push them yet coddle them, inspire them yet give them thinking time, challenge them yet celebrate their established riches. Parker’s description brings into light the true tension in the hearts of teachers, balancing forces of emotion, identity, intellect, and truth....   [tags: Education]

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Paradox in Teaching and Learning

- Palmer’s third chapter speaks about paradox in teaching and learning. He describes paradox, overall, as the inner tension experienced in the heart of every teacher, competing and pulling between laughter and pain, joy and sadness, engagement and apathy. He embraces the soul of the strongly : “teaching...can only be expressed as paradoxes”. Push them yet coddle them, inspire them yet give them thinking time, challenge them yet celebrate their established riches. Parker’s description brings into light the true tension in the hearts of teachers, balancing forces of emotion, identity, intellect, and truth....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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Importance of Ethical Behavior and Morality in Leaders

- The role of the government has evolved over time and in this day and age, its purpose is to govern the nation well by ensuring peace and prosperity in the country. The People’s Action Party (PAP) in Singapore encapsulates this in their manifesto which is “to build a fair and just society where the benefits of progress are spread widely to all”. It aims to achieve this through its core values system, honesty, being multi-racial, meritocracy and self-reliance. This is no mean feat and requires the group of leaders to be reliable, pragmatic, united, far-sighted, decisive, compassionate and resilient....   [tags: Government, Public figures]

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Edgar Hoover : A Man Of Victorian Morals

- J. Edgar Hoover was a man of Victorian morals. These Victorian morals remained remained with him throughout his entire life but was the fuse of his complex personality”. They determined J. Edgar Hoover’s thoughts about, God, the country, women and African Americans. Hoover was attached to his mother and always supervised her and that is why when he was offered a scholarship to University of Virginia he declined the offer. Therefore, he went to night school at George Washington University and worked in the Library of Congress....   [tags: Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover]

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Animal Extinction Of Endangered Animals

- Wildlife has been living alongside man for as long as our species has been a part of this world, and the wildlife has even been here longer. You’d think that with man and animal coexisting in each other’s presence we’d respect the wild species that we have now a lot more than we do. Many people, whether they’re aware or not, are slaughtering animals all the way to extinction, and there are definitely more ways than one that humans are partaking in the extinction of endangered animals. We have to clean up our act before it’s too late for these animals, including us....   [tags: Extinction, Endangered species, Plant]

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The Political State of Countries

- The Political State of Countries The political state of countries today is always changing and developing into new and hopefully more efficient methods of running a country. In comparing and contrasting the political setup of two countries a good understanding of the different systems is easily seen. The fall of Communism in many parts of the world has triggered countries like Russia to create new political systems and political parties. This also changes the functioning of the economy and the military....   [tags: Papers]

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The Green Mountain Resort

- Case Study of the Green Mountain Resort Introduction In this week’s assignment we will discuss the images of managing change and how they relate to the case study of the Green Mountain Resort. First I will identify the change images held by key players in the case study. Then we will look at how the assumed change images influenced dealing with the issues in the case study. Then we will apply an additional change image to the case study and discuss the possible outcome. Then finally I will discuss thoughts on the statement from the text “if we only draw upon one particular frame, then this will take us away from the thinking about what is going on from an alternative perspective” (Palmer,...   [tags: managing change, hospitality, images]

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History, Analysis, and Treatment of Stuttering

- Description: As defined by Palmer and Yantis (1990) stuttering is “a disruption of the forward flow of speech…an interruption in speech fluency” (Palmer & Yantis, 1990). These pauses or breaks in speech are often referred to as “disfluencies.” They go on to state that “the forward flow of speech can be impeded either by a cessation of talking such as an obvious hesitation, by repetition, or by prolongation of some aspect of speech and apparently be unable to control this repetition” (Palmer & Yantis, 1990)....   [tags: Nursing]

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The Marketing of Products to Children

- Do you think that the marketing to children is a social problem. INTRODUCTION The marketing of products to children has continued since the emergence of the free market policy in the 20th century. However, in the recent decades, there has been a drastic increase in the expansion of marketing efforts targeted at children. The average child views thousands of television and print advertisements every year including television shows, magazines and web based advertisements which are targeted specifically at children....   [tags: children, marketers, t.v., internet]

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Suspense and Suspision in Episode 1 of Season 2 of the TV Show "24"

- Media directs the thought processes of society. Daya Kishan Thussa says, “US popular culture… is steeped in Hollywood spectacles on war, battles and conflict, as evidenced by the international success of films about war, conflict, and battles between good and evil,” (p.265 reader). Hollywood –the media—portrays war as a conflict between good and evil, redefining war and conflict to be something that is black and white, with a sure winning side. The show 24, produced after 9/11, at the start of the War on Terror, represents a conflict between the good and the evil by paralleling the distrust and suspicion of the real world with the distrust and suspicion of the world in the show....   [tags: Camera, Lighting]

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Social Changes and Unrest in American During World War I

- ... The other consisted of eight bombs set off in eight different places. One of the eight bombs went off in the home of A. Mitchell Palmer (Schmidt p. 236). Palmer was the Attorney General Of the United States. He escaped without injury but the incident made Palmer start believing radicals were trying to overthrow him and the government. This ignited Palmer’s campaign to start identifying groups who posed a danger to the country. When found individuals within these terror groups would be arrested, tried, then deported....   [tags: reds, communitsts, acarchists, immigrants]

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A New Line Of Sports Beverage Called Green Ox

- Green Ox Main Issue In 2003, Palmer Jackson, Inc. created a new line of sports beverage called Green Ox. This beverage has some differences from other similar beverages, as it contains the benefits of antioxidants and it can compete in more than one category, such as sports drinks, vegetable juices, and antioxidant supplements. These are not the only advantages of Green Ox, because some reputable reports argue there is a strong link between using the vitamins and minerals that Green Ox has to reduce the risk of some specific types of cancers, and Green Ox will launch on a type of market that is growing to 15% per year....   [tags: Coffee, Drink, Antioxidant, Beverages]

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The Challenger and Columbia Shuttle Disaster: NASA

- NASA Shuttle Case Study Introduction For this assignment we will discuss some theories on organizational change learned during this class and how they relate to the case study of NASA (The Challenger and Columbia Shuttle Disaster). First we will look the images of managing change used by NASA in the case study. Then we will discuss the types of change(s) NASA under took. Next we will look at some of the challenges of change that NASA faced. Next we will discuss some of the resistance to change that NASA dealt with....   [tags: change, safety, quality assurance]

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Evolutionary Views of Rape and South Africa

- Throughout the years, several scientists have attempted to answer a question that seems to have no answer. The question being: why do men rape. Rape is defined as a form of sexual intercourse, where one of the parties does not consent to the action. There are many theories in regards to the evolutionary perspective of rape. The most common theories are that rape is a form of adaption, or raping as an evolutionary by-product. In two provinces of South Africa, Eastern Cape and KwaZula, thousands of rapes are reported every year....   [tags: adaptation, by-product, women]

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The Outreaching Effects of the Red Scare

- The Red Scare is referred to as America’s fear of communism and American radicals. The first Red Scare started in the 1920’s. WWI may have ended but the paranoia had lingered on. WWI had not gone very well for Russia and the burdens of losing the war forced the Czar to resign. Russia needed to form a new government and in November of 1917 Lenin led the Bolshevik workers revolution to form the communist party. Karl Marx’s idea’s had been well known throughout the world since 1848 but had never been successfully implemented....   [tags: communist, rivalry, accusations]

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The Cycle Of Seasons - Original Writing

- Seeing our lives and our journey, through our call to ministry, is a scenario that I have never thought to take time and think about. But sitting here and reading through Palmer’s illustration, has allowed for me to see my times throughout my calling in the aspect of the four seasons. Through much prayer, listening and thinking, I have been able to draw connections to times in my calling to all four season illustrations. It is almost as if each part of my calling has been in a different season, but those seasons line up into each other to create this beautiful cycle of calling to myself....   [tags: Season, Winter, Ayumi Hamasaki, Spring]

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Case Study : Six Box Model

- Six Box Model The model I will use to compare the two companies will be the six box model. According to Marvin Weisbond this model is used to identify and solve problems. When an organization uses the six box model they will begin by looking at how the organization is being managed and where the company would like their management style to be. There are six categories of an organizational life, purposes, structures, relationships, leadership, rewards, and helpful mechanisms (Ian Palmer 123). The six box model will help assess the organization’s current management style and will help implement the proper change using the six box model....   [tags: Management, SWOT analysis, Strategic management]

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Biographies from the Victorian Era

- This easy to read and well written book by the former editor of the Church Times, provides mini biographies on five clerics from the Victorian era, who as the title suggests fought against the authority of not just the church but also the state. All five rebelled in order to bring back either monastic or Roman Catholic rituals into the Anglican Church of England. One of the main issues that they argued for was the idea of the Real Presence of Christ in the bread and wine surrounding the Eucharist service....   [tags: Church Times, Book Review]

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Discrimination of Immigrants in 1920's America

- Discrimination of Immigrants in 1920's America Beginning in the early nineteenth century there were massive waves of immigration. These "new" immigants were largely from Italy, Russia, and Ireland. There was a mixed reaction to these incomming foreigners. While they provided industries with a cheap source of labor, Americans were both afraid of, and hostile towards these new groups. They differed from the "typical American" in language, customs, and religion. Many individuals and industries alike played upon America's fears of immigration to further their own goals....   [tags: American America History]

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Scientific Naturalism Versus Christianity

- Scientific Naturalism and Christianity are possibly the two most contradictory worldviews that are in our culture today. They are also the two most difficult to understand by one another. There is very little about these two worldviews that they have in common. They are a vast amount of ideas and beliefs held by adherents of each that are different. In order for these two worldviews to successfully co-exist in society, it is important to understand, accept, and learn from each one. In Element of a Christian Worldview by Michael D....   [tags: worldview, knowledge, belief]

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An Experiment to Determine Whether People Are Influenced by Leading Questions

- An Experiment to Determine Whether People Are Influenced by Leading Questions Abstract The purpose of the experiment was to determine whether people are influenced by leading questions. This experiment is a replication of an experiment conducted by Loftus and Palmer in 1974. In the experiment the independent variable was the verb used (contact, smash). The dependant variable was the speed estimated by the participants when recalling the picture of the crash from their memory. The results gave evidence that specific words could influence the retrieval of a memory....   [tags: Psychological Experiment]

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Online Shopping Reviewers Are Not All That They Seem

- With the recent shift to web based communication, everything, including shopping, has gone online. With online shopping, consumers experience being in the comfort of their own home and they do not have to face bustling crowds. On the contrary, though, online shops allow for customer reviews on their items. The problem that these online stores are facing is that fake users are commenting on items to either boost or lower the ratings. Seventy percent of people trust online reviews (Fake Online Reviews)....   [tags: fake reviews on online websites]

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Discrimination Against The Disabled And Children With Disabilities

- More than 83 million people with disabilities live in China (Human Rights Watch, 2013) (action verb). Discrimination against the disabled is common, and many disabled people in China are barred from even the most basic human rights. Even though China has ratified the United Nations’ Convention on Rights of Persons With Disabilities, the government still has no strategy to achieve the goals set out by the conference (Farrar, 2014). In China, the disabled are seen as outcasts and worthless to society (Tsao, 2000)....   [tags: Disability, Educational psychology, Self-advocacy]

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Contact: The Conflict between Science and Religion

- The conflict between science and religion has been seen over the years as a major conflict. Through the movie Contact directed by Robert Zemeckis I will explore more in details how the movie resolves the age-old conflict between science and religion through the hero myth . ¬¬The movie contact is all about finding where the human race first started as well as their first confrontation with the extraterrests.The main character in the movie, Ellie, we understand that she is on a journey for a meaning in her own life....   [tags: Robert Zimeckis film analysis]

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Good Teaching Is A Good Teacher

- "Good teaching cannot be reduced to technique; good teaching comes from the identity and integrity of the teacher." (Palmer, 2007, 10) From this quote, I understand that just because you have the tools and technique to be a teacher, doesn 't make you a good teacher. You need to have the passion and drive to teach in order to be a good teacher. In my experience, the good teachers were the ones that integrated themselves into the lesson. You saw and understood that they loved what they did and were comfortable with who they were and how they were teaching....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Pedagogy]

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School Psychology Organization Is The Group

- School Psychology Organization is the group I chose to show interest in and interview a person from was because I am taking general psychology this semester and I like how the brain works with in how experiences and genetics shape how our brain works and sees the world. The main reason why I chose this group was what their description on the group page and how they bring awareness to the community about their group. Their purpose of creating this group was “to promote interest in the field of school psychology and to conduct activities for members to learn about developments in the field and to sponsor members to further professional development”(Palmer, 2015, p.1)....   [tags: Psychology, Management, Student society]

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The Death Of Plato And Aristotle

- One day you are walking down the street on your way to the bus stop when you see something that catches your eye. An elderly woman makes eye contact with you that sends a chill down your spine, and you then notice a stranger following closely behind her. Your first reaction is to either ignore it, step in, or call the police. But, you know if you were to ignore your instincts it would weigh on your mind for the rest of the day. On the other hand, if you step in or call the police you may be perceived as being presumptuous....   [tags: Virtue, Ethics, Acts of the Apostles, Plato]

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Communism: America Denies Freedoms to its Citizens

- Communism: America Denies Freedoms to its Citizens We fight for freedom abroad, but deny it to those at home.  The 1920s presents a perfect example -- the U.S. was just finishing WWI in which they fought for freedom in a foreign country, but right after the war they denied freedom to those on their home front.  Our Constitution should protect its citizen’s rights and freedoms, and then it can stop when we all realize that the Constitution is just a piece of paper.  It has no bearing unless it is written upon the hearts of government officials and they choose to follow these laws.  And from the past one should realize that this is not always possible.  As for the 1920s, the U.S....   [tags: American America History]

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Obamacare And Affordable Care Act

- In 2010, health care was deemed a right, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was born. The PPACA is sometimes condensed to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and/or also nicknamed Obamacare. Many people know little about Obamacare and how it pertains to both them and the country as a whole. The PPACA is five years old, so what has it done for everyone individually. To understand, the ACA’s background, intentions, economic effects, and controversies should be discussed. It is meaningful to examine the pros and cons of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as well as its claims to reduce health care spending and to make sensible health care more available to people...   [tags: Health care, Health insurance, Medicine]

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Summary and Analysis for Shiloh by Shelby Foote

- Shiloh Chapter Summaries The novel, “Shiloh” by Shelby Foote is a fictional recreation of the bloody battle. The story begins with the soldiers of the Confederate Army heading towards Pittsburg Landing. The men are marching in terrible conditions. It is pouring down rain and they are dragging their tired legs through the mud. The troops come to a halt so the commanders can talk to General Johnston. General Johnston says the only way they might have a chance is if they plan a surprise attack. As the sergeants hand the men their guns, they are told to check the powder in case it got wet in the rain....   [tags: Confederates, war, self-preservation]

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Operation Wrath of God

- Operation Wrath of God was Israel’s response to the Munich Massacre. In 1972, the Summer Olympic Games were held in Munich, Germany (then West Germany). Eleven, Israeli Olympians and coaches were held hostage and eventually murdered by members of the Black September terrorist group which is part of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Furthermore, five of the eight terrorists were killed in a failed hostage recovery attempt by the Germans. The three remaining terrorists were released in exchange for a hijacked plane (Rosenberg, 2010)....   [tags: World History ]

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Tyco's Turnaround Team

- Tyco’s Turnaround Team According to Gerard and Teurfs transformation methods, listening, having dialogue and community building can be used to transform the different cultures of a global organization, by developing newer, improved cultures. For the transformation to be successful the turnaround teams engaged in collaborative dialogue with participants to emerge the new culture and mutually agree to a newer direction for the company. The staff had to suspend their judgment of others from the past, and attach their thoughts, opinions to their new identity by actively being engaged in forms of comprehensive and therapeutic listening, living their new ethical direction that was set from the ne...   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Intel Case Study

- Intel Case Study Introduction In this week’s assignment we will discuss the pressures of change both internal and external and how they relate to the case study of Intel Corporation. First we will identify some of the changes at Intel over the first three years of Mr. Barrett’s tenure as CEO. Then we will look at the environmental pressures for change that were present in the case study. Then I will identify some of the internal organizational pressures for change that Intel experienced in the case study....   [tags: Intel, Barrett, Otellini]

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The Importance Of A Zealous Decision For Not Vote For Prop 227

- Going back in time I would make a zealous decision to not vote for Prop 227. Requiring all public schools instruction to be conducted in English would be eradicating the various languages student posses by exerting English hegemony over different cultures. The proposition would allow schools to ignore students’ native languages along with pushing the dominant English language upon students. Prop 227 throws students into immersion programs that are supposed to last for one year, in order to make the students fluent in English....   [tags: Second language, Multilingualism]

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PM10 in Christchurch and the Impact It Has on Health

- Air pollution, the contamination of air through pollutants and gases (The American Heritage Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, n.d.) is an issue greatly impacting New Zealand’s citizen’s health and in Christchurch, can account for up to 9.1% of all deaths (Palmer & Mann, 2011). More prevalent in winter, when the mountainous terrain, calm winter weather and the warm air layer allow for the emissions to become trapped in a cold air blanket, locking them in at street level, thus creating a temperature inversion; (University of Waikato, 2009), the recommended exposure to PM10, a pollutant with particles that have a diameter smaller than 10 microns (Ministry for the Environment, 2003) in Christchurch...   [tags: air pollution, New Zealand]

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Karl Deisseroth : Optical Tools For Probing Intact Biological Systems

- Karl Deisseroth: Optical tools for probing intact biological systems Dr. Deisseroth’s research focuses on the novel use of optogenetics to visualize certain circuits in the brain. His research has also led to the development of a technique whereby in “intact mammalian neural circuitry” he can either “elicit or ameliorate expression of disease symptom-related phenotypes” (Deisseroth 2012). This method allows him to essentially modulate behaviors in living animals. These findings are especially important for the field of psychiatry because Dr....   [tags: Cancer, Oncology, Cerebellum, Breast cancer]

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The Conflict Of Rebellion As An Act Of Disobeying Norms

- An Approach to Existence In general, rebellion is considered as an act of disobeying laws and norms in society, and existence refers to something or someone that is living or present in the actual universe. Albert Camus once said, “In order to exist, man must rebel, but rebellion must respect the limits that it discovers in itself – limits where minds meet, and in meeting, begin to exist.” What rebellion has to do with existence. It is true that rebellion is an action of disobeying the norms. However, there are reasons for humans to violate such norms, and the reasons could be because they are unable to conform to these norms, or even worse they are completely excluded from society (by the n...   [tags: Religion, Human, Conformity, Christianity]

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Give a critical account of Freud’s understanding of religion.

- Give a critical account of Freud’s understanding of religion. To answer the set question I will explore Freud’s Totem and Taboo looking at his theory of the primal horde and Oedipus complex and his theory on religion as an illusion. Also looking at Freud’s theory that religion is unhealthy psychologically. To conclude I will explore his relationship with Jung and the affect his criticism of Freud’s theory had on their professional collaboration. Freud’s interpretation of the totem as representing the father of the tribe returns again to Freud’s problems with his own father....   [tags: Psychology]

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Mentoring As An Intervention Method By Higher Education Institutions

- This section will define mentoring and provide an overview of the impact of these relationships can have on students. Furthermore, the section will examine how culturally responsive mentoring can be used as an intervention method by higher education institutions. The concept of mentoring in academic literature goes back to Homer’s Odyssey, which is a poem from ancient Greece written over 3000 years ago (Colley, 2002). The Odyssey tells the story of the King Odysseus’s lengthy travels undertaken to return from the Trojan War....   [tags: African American]

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J. Edgar Hoover and His War Against Immorality

- John Edgar Hoover was born into in a religious middle-class Protestant family. Growing up he would regularly attend church services, sing in the Church choir, and teach Sunday school classes. Hoover’s mother was a strict disciplinarian who adhered to an Old Testament system of rewards and punishments. As a result of his unbending morals, Hoover was dubbed “a gentleman of dauntless courage and stainless honor,” in his high school yearbook. Due to his piety, J. Edgar Hoover earnestly contemplated becoming a minister....   [tags: religion, protestant family, fbi]

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The Intellectual Dimension Of Education And Cognitive Development

- As I have reflected on the examined life, intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually, over the span of this semester and applied it to our own life, I have noticed a theme that links each of these dimensions together. Life is a journey of self discovery where individuals are constantly trying to come to terms with who they are as a person. Through this journey, individuals can find their calling or vocation in life, discover their potential, know one’s self, and even just make sense of life....   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Spirituality, Religion]

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A Research Study On Ecological Validity

- Ecological validity is an important factor for consideration in psychological research. This essay will review three studies. An examination of Loftus and Palmer 's( reference cited in reference)memory study will take into account the reliability and ethics of studies in relation to ecological validity. The essay will then seek to explore ethical implications whilst looking at the Bobo Doll study conducted by Bandura et al (reference cited in reference), and will consider the positive and negative inferences of high ecological validity in a laboratory experiment....   [tags: Ethics, Business ethics, Psychology, Human]

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Generation Y: Frugality with Personality

- “Where did you get your shirt?” a classmate would inquire. “Oh, I have had this so long that I don't even remember where we bought it,” I would reply. Most children raised in single parent homes can remember buying their school clothes from a used clothing store, and most can remember lying when people asked them where they bought the item. Ashamed of the poverty of my family, I would lie when interrogated about the origin of my clothes. In recent times though, the mentality of buying clothes from thrift stores has changed and the connotation of thrift has been replaced with a sense of frugality....   [tags: American Society]

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The Disappearance of Childhood Debate

- This paper will critically discuss the ‘disappearance of childhood’ debate which centres on electronic media and consider why such a debate has come into existence. This essay will critically discuss both sides of the debate that is the disappearance proponents and those who are more optimistic about the effects of technology on the lives of children. In response to both arguments, I will propose that there is a new concept of childhood which has evolved throughout history; this concept is one of changing childhoods for a whole variety of reasons....   [tags: Children's Identities]

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Influence of Romanticism in America

- Originating in Europe in the late 18th century, the Romanticism Era characterized an interest in nature and emphasized the individuals emotion and imagination. The sudden change in attitudes formed an age of classicism and rebellion against established social rules and conventions. Praising imagination over reason, emotions over logic and intuition over science, this made way for a vast body of literature of great sensibility and passion. The variety of this impressive romanticism literature can be focused on by specific authors, works of literature, and how romanticism influenced their writing....   [tags: romanticism era, philosophy, literature]

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Cybercrimes Reflected through Television Programs

- ... All along being sought after for the assassination of former President Palmer. Russian Secessionists aided by a US official James Nathan kidnapped, and take 40 hostages attempting to derail the signing of a groundbreaking agreement against terrorism with the incumbent Russian President. The terrorist had hoped they were able to release the nerve gas on Russian soil. More or less time afterwards; they stole canisters of VX nerve gas. Initially terrorist were going to release the gas in Russia; instead they detonated a nerve gas bomb on American soil through the use of a remote computer device, in a crowded promenade....   [tags: TV series 24, Jack Bauer]

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Delivering Cost Effective Healthcare Services

- In recent years, governments are searching for ways to deliver the equity, efficiency, cost-effectiveness healthcare services to maintain and improve their health systems (WHO, 2004). The aim of equal access to health care for all population groups is the common target for many health care systems. The Australian health care system provides resources on the equal access of a mixed private and public funding system which covers the entire population. As Palmer & Torgerson (1999) pointed out that decision makers in healthcare flied are dealing with the increasing challenges of the growing demand for health care services with limited funds....   [tags: justice, fairness, equal access]

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Labeling Theory Of Criminal Justice

- Labeling theory in criminal justice, tries to describe the connection between being labeled as a deviant and becoming the very thing the stereotypes suggest “deviant”. Labeling theorist argue that deviant behaviors can be a result of the way one view themselves in society (Bernburg, J. G., & Krohn, M. D., 2003). For instance, being label as a social misfit can contribute to individual believing that he/she must engage in misfit behaviors. Arguing that stereotypes can changes self-perception. Cultural deviance theory is a labeling theory that suggest that deviance can be associated to the urban areas to with one resides....   [tags: Crime, Criminology, Sociology, Gang]

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The Decision Of An Inmate

- The decision to allow an inmate to participate in a postsecondary programs is entirely in the hands of the individual prison administrators (Palmer, 2012). Postsecondary education is educational programs beyond the secondary level, especially education at the college or university level. Prison managers cannot plan or budget appropriately for literacy services unless they have accurate and reliable information about the extent of the need for services for prisoners who cannot read and write (Rankin 2005)....   [tags: Prison, Penology, Education, Higher education]

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Factors Affecting African American Teachers

- The identification of the causal factors of disproportionality provides use with direct targets for intervention. One of the main solutions that various researchers have suggested includes the diversification of the workforce in schools (Fletcher & Navarrete, 2003). Fletcher & Navarrete (2003) proposed that the racial component of a school district is a strong predictor of special education enrollment. Several studies have demonstrated that school districts with a greater population of white students tend to enroll a larger percentage of students from minority backgrounds into special education programs (Codrington & Fairchild, 2012; Fletcher & Navarrete, 2003)....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, Psychology]

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Toxic Handlers

- A toxic handler is one who helps those who are struggling with organizational change to cope with different nuisances associated with the change (Palmer, Dunford, & Akin, 2009). Change that is not communicated well is abrupt and untimely or has unrealistic expectations create toxic feelings in employees that must be handled. A characteristic of a toxic handler is a capacity for empathy and a willingness to act to try to address pain and suffering in others caused by organizational change (Palmer et al., 2009)....   [tags: Organizational Change, Coping]

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Twelve Who Ruled

- Twelve Who Ruled Book Review The year of terror is one of the most complex and misunderstood periods in the French Revolution. Palmer, in his book, Twelve Who Ruled, however, takes this period and skillfully turns it into a written masterpiece. The book is narrated from the point of view of someone with an omniscient knowledge of the subject matter, who is reflecting back on the period from the outside. The book tells the story of a brief moment in history when twelve men (Robespierre, Barere, Saint Just, Couthon, Lindet, Carnot, Saint-Andre, Prieur, Varenne, Herbois, Scholles, and Duvernois) ruled France; even though they were technically under the control of the Convention....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Africans in Colonial Mexico

- Africans in Colonial Mexico The history of Africans in Mexico is an oft-neglected facet of the cultural complexities of that country. In 1519, Hernando Cortes brought 6 African slaves with him to Mexico; these individuals served the conquest as personal servants, carriers, and laborers.[1] In the years to come, slavery would become a critical component of the colonial economy with approximately 2,000 slaves arriving each year 1580-1650; it is estimated that a total of 200,000 Africans were brought to Mexico during the colonial period.[2] Given this large number of slaves, the lengthy period of their importation, and the inevitable mixing of races, which took place throughout the colony,...   [tags: Research Papers Anthropology]

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Sigmund Freud's Representation of Three Tall Women

- A Deeper Understanding of Three Tall Women According to Sigmund Freud, psychoanalysis is a “procedure for the investigation of mental processes which are almost inaccessible in any other way” (Fodor and Gaynor 147). It becomes a deeper contrast of a person’s mentality to consider the design of “interplay” within the “urging and checking forces” of the conscious and unconscious (Fodor and Gaynor 147). Freud’s representation of “Three Tall Women,” relate the characters by the “neuroses that sometimes result from the suppression of memories and desires too painful to deal with” (Freud, “The Dependent Relationship of the Ego)....   [tags: Freud Psychology Psychoanalysis]

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How Social Control Is Caused By Pressures From Friends And Acquaintances

- Social control is “the process of ensuring individuals engage in “right conduct” (Lippman, 2015, p.22). In smaller and less complex societies, social control is caused by pressures from friends and acquaintances. If certain persons of the society do something that is not considered “normal” they could easily be excluded. In more complex societies, social pressures are key because there are more institutions like work, school, home etc. Each institution has their own criteria for social control....   [tags: Sociology, Anomie, Regulation, Law]

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Causes and Effects of Anticommunist Sentiment in the Cold War

- Since the Russian Revolution in 1905, the world housed suspicions regarding communism. These suspicions grew through both World War I, blossoming into a direct confrontation between Communist Russia and Capitalist America. Following the acts of World War II, the Cold War erupted. During the Cold War, United States foreign policy grew gradually aggressive, reflecting the public sentiment. The American anticommunist attitude began in 1919, with the Red Scare. In 1917, Russia experienced the culmination of multiple social revolutions as the Bolsheviks seized control of the government....   [tags: cold war, anticommunism, communist russia]

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Mentoring in an Acute In-patient Mental Health Ward

- In this essay I am going to discuss the key enabling traits required by a mentor (Morton-Cooper and Palmer, 2005). I will analysis the different ways I have utilized these enabling traits as a mentor to influence the successful mentoring of my third year student in an acute in-patient mental health ward. The essay will be supported with relevant educational theory. Finally, I will reflect and evaluate on my performance as a mentor. Mentoring is an important role to undertake as a nurse, formally or informally in once professional life....   [tags: Mentoring Essays]

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Marketing Segment And Environment Of Samsung Galaxy Alpha

- Module: Marketing Course: MA International Business Company: Samsung Mobile Phones in UK Student Name : Jimit Sonigra Student ID: C7154780   Contents Introduction 3 Marketing Environment 3 Micro Environment 4 Macro Environment 5 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 7   Introduction This report has been analysed on the marketing segment and environment of Samsung Galaxy Alpha (S.G.A) smartphone in U.K. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha was the sleekest smartphone ever with high quality metal finish and luxury feel....   [tags: Mobile phone, Marketing, Smartphone]

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How Leadership Approaches Towards Organization Change Within Healthcare

- Approaches to Organizational Change (Moving to an Accountable Care Organization) Many healthcare organizations across American are transitioning to a newer healthcare delivery model referred to as accountable care organizations, (ACOs) (Dunkelberger, J. 2015). Financially, this means the organizations are moving from a “getting paid more for doing more” model towards a model that delivers a better value, yet acknowledging a risk-bearing component (Dunkelberger, J. 2015). The success of this delivery model is determined by a healthcare organization’s ability to evoke change not only within its members, but to change the patient’s role in obtaining optimal health....   [tags: Health care, Management, Managed care, Illness]

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The Human Race And The Endangered Animal Kingdom

- Killing for Conservation Recently, “poaching” has come under a harsh light. With the killing of Cecil the lion in July, animal rights activists have been fighting for an end to big-game hunting. Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, has come under fire for the illegal baiting and shooting of Cecil. Although illegally done, what Palmer did wasn’t technically poaching. To poach is to “trespass, especially on another’s game preserve, in order to steal animals or to hunt” (“poach”). Palmer was practicing a common sport called “trophy hunting.” Trophy hunting is the killing of animals for a “trophy” such as a horn or a head....   [tags: Hunting, Endangered species]

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Improving Self-Care for Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

- Introduction Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a heterogeneous autoimmune disease that is chronic and acute, most likely to affect women and those between 35-50 years of age. The process of RA begins as an inflammation episode in the synovium, causes it to thicken and become edematous. Synovial inflammation results in joints that are swollen, tender, and stiff. The patient with RA may manifest symptoms of pain, morning stiffness, fatigue, weight loss, anxiety, and depression. (Chen, & Wang, 2007) Self-care abilities are affected by the clinical manifestations related to the disease process of RA....   [tags: Nursing, Health Care]

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