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    Organizational change is difficult and challenging. However, once the change has been made and it is successful, there is one last step that is needed, which is institutionalizing the change. According to Fernandez and Rainey (2006), this is where employees learn and establish new behaviors and leaders institutionalize them so that new patterns of behavior become the norm. This has also been referred to by Cummings and Worley (2009) as refreezing from Lewin’s three stage change model where refreezing

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    An Insider’s View: A reflection on Roland Johnson’s Lost in a Desert World Often, individuals reflect upon their lives, remembering all of the accomplishments, stories and struggles; Roland Johnson takes the opportunity to reflect on his life in his Autobiography Roland Johnson’s Lost in a Desert World. In addition to his reflection, Johnson shares his life experiences, which no one is compelled to experience again, thanks to his efforts. Also, an abundance of lessons are present in Johnson’s book

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    term “institutionalisation” and secondly,

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    The Shawshank Redemption

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    inmates one of these men being Ellis Boyd ‘Red’ Redding. Throughout the movie Darabont influences the emotions of the viewers by showing how one prisoner can restore hope and the effects institutionalization. Institutionalisation is a major theme in Shawshank Redeption. Institutionalisation by definition means to become a part of a well-organised system and follow a routine. The inmates follow a set routine and don’t make any of their own choices in life. After so long of not being able to make their

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    sentences in Shawshank Prison. Over many years a strong bond develops, and Andy, wrongly convicted, inspires many at the prison. After Andy escapes, Red decides to follow him upon being granted parole. The story privileges themes of hope, freedom, institutionalisation, friendship, time, and brutality. The film is similar to the novella, however, some aspects differ from the hypotext. Within the novella, Brooks is a minor character, Tommy Williams doesn’t die, and Warden Norton merely retires. Through altering

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    The Strengths and Limitations of the Biological Model of Abnormality This model uses physical illness as a model for psychological disorder, suggesting that like physical illness, mental illness has an underlying bodily cause. It proposes that genetic, organic or chemical disorders cause metal illnesses which give rise to behavioural and psychological problems. Thus, abnormality has physical causes such as brain dysfunction (neurological), biochemical imbalances, infections or genetics and

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    At War's End

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    In conclusion, Roland Paris provides considerable insight into the problems that have taken place in the international peace keeping missions since 1989; he clearly illustrates the problems and advances his own thesis which he has called ‘institutionalisation before liberalisation’. This theory is not fulfilling in terms of providing clear solutions to problems facing peace builders of the future. There are still substantial improvements that have to be made in order to improve peace keeping in

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    citation]. He further concluded, of these four, only mobilisation (and participation) are measurable and applicable to developing world. In addition, he asserted that institutionalisation is a more important facet of political development, citing four sub-categories: adaptability, complexity, autonomy and coherence. If institutionalisation is rapidly outpaced by modernisation, specifically mobilisation and participation, the end is result is political decay rather than political development. Again,

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    United Kingdom. This essay will discuss how and most importantly, why mental health policy has developed in Northern Ireland throughout the 19th and 20th century. It will first illustrate life inside the asylums, the policies that supported institutionalisation, and why change was needed. Next it will establish the progression in policy to support community and integrated care; it will examine this change and its effectiveness throughout society. Moving onto the 21st century, it will focus on a few

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    Intro The following essay will identify the defining key principles of post-colonial theory, third-wave feminist theory and a critique of market liberal theory. This essay will also demonstrate a critical appraisal of the key principles of post-colonial theory, socialist feminist theory and radical feminist theory. Furthermore, this essay will apply these critical theories to the field of hospital-based social work with an evaluation of the scope and limitations of each critical theory. Moreover

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