The second stage of the experiment is what brought it to a close. It was scheduled to last from March to January , but, because of a series of disputes between management, problems within the second crews dynamics, and members of the first crew violating the clsure rule, it was dissolved on September 6, Experts came into the facility and found that one…… [Read More].
Death in Venice An Interpretive. He dies on the beach as he is trying to rise out of his chair and go to meet the boy. Mann's story is reflective of an artist who has come to realize that his art has been false since it has not come from a place of true emotion and passion.
The story has parallels with Euripides' The Bachae, in which the hero Pentheus is repressed in his artistic approach to life until he comes to inject elements of Dionysian revelry into his life, whereupon he dresses up in youthful clothes like the old man Aschenbach met on his journey , and throws himself into life. In a passage in which Aschenbach quotes Plato's Phaedras, he also makes his own realization that he has been repressed because he hasn't accepted the beauty of emotion and passion into his art.
His attraction to the boy Tadzio has made him aware of…… [Read More]. Literary Analysis Using an Interpretive Framework. Ralph aldo Emerson's idealized and mesmerizing description of the role and life of the poet describes not only the particular calling and obligation of those who choose to follow the poetic muses but also -- because of Emerson's own influence on the writings of Americans who followed him -- proved to be a strongly proscriptive piece of advice for other poets and writers in the decades after Emerson helped to found the 19th-century artistic and philosophical movement called Transcendentalism.
The Transcendentalists defined themselves by their belief in a highly idealistic and fundamentally coherent system of belief in the essential unity of all things on earth -- the connection of each thing to its neighbor -- as well as a belief in the absolute importance of personal experience and insight as opposed to knowledge and beliefs gained through formal logic and formal education and the essential goodness of humanity.
Cloud Computing and Insider Threats. Many people know that they are not educated enough in the complicated technologies that are seen in cloud computing and insider threats. As such, it is often a general consensus of the people to not trust such technologies they cannot clearly define. Using a systems-oriented approach will allow the current research to dive into these opinions and help uncover what societal structures are leading to this general sense of mistrust and disapproval.
A system-oriented approach will allow the research to understand what factors influence people to fear the topics so much, while others tend to see cloud computing as a new wave of the future. These can lead into assumptions regarding divisions in society that can account for very different viewpoints from a holistic approach.
This can be combined with the use of thick description as a way to get underneath some of the more shallow responses participants might provide. Poverty Are the Various Approaches. Hermeneutics interpretive paradigm This is a more complex approach to the explanation of the social events live poverty. There are varies backgrounds that people come from, an in each community or society or even culture, there is always the stories of people and how they lived with each other.
Therein are the details of the people who were once rich within that society as well as those who were poor Joe eichertz, The historical poverty within a given group of people is a thing that is found among all religions and all cultural groupings. Even in the Bible, there are those who were historically known to be from the richer tribes and those from the poorer tribes.
It is on the same vain that the…… [Read More]. Society Does the Author Present. How does the author discuss the relationship between the individual and society? Once again, interpretivism sees this relationship as a complex and intricate set of actions and interactions that are largely dependent on cultural and social context.
In other words, there is no "correct "view of self but rather self and the individual's relationship with society is a result of interaction in different contexts. This view is contrasted with the more objective views of functionalism and Marxism, where the self is seen either in terms of its functional relation to the society or as an object of social repression.
How does the author distinguish human actions from other forms of human behavior? As has been mentioned, the stress in this article is on the importance of context in the interpretivist view of the individual and society. It is this understanding of context that acts as the determining factor…… [Read More]. Social Science There Are of Course a. Social Science There are, of course, a number of theoretical approaches to social science -- and a number of sub-theories that construct a larger, more detailed template that helps us critique the differences between critical social science, and the positivist and interpretive views.
There are some fundamental questions that social scientists must answer that have been seminal questions for millennium -- namely; from where does knowledge arise -- how do we "know" what we know.
We can be as basic as going back to Plato's ideas of forms being individual -- my red is not your red, etc. But really, what is the major question with which we must deal? It is, of course, using critical thinking to uncover more information so that we may act upon it in a professional manner.
Critical thinking is primarily a way…… [Read More]. Interpretive Scientific methods of inquiry, also called empirical, positivist, or rational approaches, are used by the vast majority of researchers in the social sciences deLeon, The scientific approach has largely relied on a behaviorist approach, which defines human behavior as following the laws of nature and therefore inherently predicable.
The logical conclusion from this is that the goal of political research is being able to predict the behavior of humans as they engage in politics. As Douglas Torgerson stated in , "… knowledge would replace politics" as cited by deLeon, , p. In contrast, the interpretive school of political inquiry advocates for a more nuanced approach, one that recognizes that human behavior, whether by individuals or groups, is far too complex to render it reducible to quantitative measures deLeon, Rather than having a goal of being able to…… [Read More].
To prove either side of the argument, the sensitivity and impact needs to be assessed -- there is no blanket rule of everything being transparent, or everything being private; it is dependent upon the sensitivity and overall impact of the issue at hand. How does a cost-benefit analysis used in the determination of due process?
Using, for example, Miranda v Arizona, a cost-benefit analysis is used to determine due-process in the sense of the decision's impact on law enforcement and the community needs to be taken into consideration before a ruling of using Miranda, 5th Amendment Rights, and basic procedures.
The Rehnquist Court's decision in the idea of cost-benefit,…… [Read More]. Organizational Theory Strengths and Weaknesses. The theory sees human organizational behaviors and conceptions culturally bound, rather than natural, unlike advocates of systems theory. Systems theory has been more influenced by sociology and linguistics than the natural sciences. Analyzing symbolic interpretations may be more useful in organizations serving diverse populations: Rather the people being served may require counseling to change what they consider good foods, a healthy diet, and a positive body image, if their culture tends to reinforce unhealthy practices.
An ideological overhaul is necessary to change some behaviors, like the decreased social acceptability of smoking, for example. Organizations are social as well as formal, and cultural in nature…… [Read More]. Social Science Methods a Comparison of Social. Social Science Methods A Comparison of Social Science Methodologies Unlike the physical sciences, social science is intrinsically bound up in the complexities of human nature and interpersonal relationships.
Because these can be defined and understood in a variety of different and sometimes conflicting ways, social science is subject to a degree of interpretation and disagreement that is not normally present in the other sciences. As a result of differing assumptions about the nature of human interaction and the purpose of a human science, three main methodologies have developed in social science: Of these, the critical approach is the most complex, and is best understood in comparison to the other two.
The least complex and most intuitively grasped of the three approaches is positivism. Positivist social science shares fundamental attributes with the physical sciences, and is in line with what most people think of as "science" in…… [Read More]. Role of an Educator and. For example, one may see that there are "various interpretations" of certain news stories in which the subtext of what is said suggests a different story than the main narrative.
While I know that often such in-depth reading is confined to the academic realm, this is not a necessary confinement. I truly understand that few things in life or in literature have just one interpretation or level of understanding, and it is therefore important to pay attention to all the details. Apply literary terms and interpretive techniques to read, discuss, and write about literature.
Obviously as a teacher and as a student I have had a great deal of experience using literary techniques to discuss literature. I understand that literature interpretation is as independent discipline and like all fields has specific terminology with which one must be familiar in order to function.
I am familiar with and understand a…… [Read More]. Managing and Identifying Barriers. Managing Barriers Barriers encountered in the Capstone project revolved around the idea that the staff felt it was not there job to read rhythm strips, and did not make the time to get off the floor for any continuing education.
Good leadership can help eliminate these kinds of problems, as the problems have to be addressed from the standpoint of people who will insist that everyone does his or her job and makes the time to get involved with things like continuing education. As can be seen, there are generally a number of barriers that are encountered when trying to implement a change in practice.
Even if that change will resolve a problem or address a concern, many people are still going to be resistant to it. The main barriers can include resistance to change from staff, lack of leadership, lack of resources both financial and fiscal , environment, communication, and…… [Read More]. Relationship of Museums to the. Alternatively, the person or group acknowledged as a legitimate representative may wish that the museum could continue to hold an object for the benefit of the other party.
Hayes Case Study EQ. Many teachers are leaving the profession within five years of being employed. In order to reduce these numbers, schools are now looking more seriously at teacher preparation programs. In one study described by Justice and Espinoza , beginning teacher candidates were surveyed using the Emotional Skills Assessment Process. According to the Emotional Intelligence Scale, the candidates needed to strengthen skills in assertion, comfort, empathy, decision making, drive strength, time management, commitment ethic, self-esteem, stress management and deference.
The skills leadership, aggression, and change orientation were current strengths. To face the challenges of a diverse classroom, teachers needed to develop or strengthen specific skills if they were going to have a longer teaching career. Goleman is credited in Emotional Intelligence with encouraging many educators…… [Read More].
Management and Theory Leadership and coaching go hand in many ways because to coach is to lead, and to lead is to coach others. Indeed, leaders and coaches, whatever the title is really theoretical mentoring within the context of a particular organization or activity. For centuries, scholars and philosophers alike have been trying to find a specific and complete definition for coaching and leadership, but have not had much success.
True, leadership is, in part, decision making at the nth level; while coaching takes that decision making and often compartmentalizes it into split-second action. In the era of gloablization, theoretical decision making this has become even more critical now that there are so many divergent cultural opportunities that require new skills, approaches, and even that allow coaching to occur not just in the physical environment, but in the virtual as well, with no regard for geographic or political boundaries Drucker,…… [Read More].
While there are as many definitions of a "theory," "generally speaking, a theory is an abstract system of concepts with indications of the relationships among these concepts that help us understand a phenomenon. For instance, a theory about communications can apply to the all humans in general, or a specific group of people, or just very specific people in specific circumstances.
But whether the theory is "Grand," "Mid-Level," or "Narrow," it must contain a number of specific goals which "can include explanation, understanding, prediction, and social change…. In the field of nursing, qualitative approaches to research are inclusive of phenomenology, grounded theory, ethnography, and historical research.
Also used in the field of education are anthropological perspectives, sociological perspectives, biological perspectives, case studies, personal accounts, cognitive studies and historical inquiries. In the field of sociology and nursing the grounded theory, ethnography, phenomenology, life histories, and conversational analysis are used. In the field of nursing used are phenomenology, ethnography, ethnoscience, and grounded theory.
Four Paradigms for Childhood Obesity. The frequency of obesity among children aged 6 to 11 years rose from 6. Obesity results when more calories are consumed than expended, and is influenced by genetic, behavioral and environmental factors.
Let us take a look at four paradigms associated with this phenomenon. The functionalist perspective asserts obese are necessary in order to drive others to become healthy and learn what is making people obese. From this perspective the key is not to eliminate this condition, but to utilize this state to explore the psychological and emotional factors that make this situation possible.
Functionalists are concerned with the stability of society…… [Read More]. From a secular point-of-view, it can be read as a parable of how physical size matters little when set against courage, skill, and an iron will, which is why it is often taught within secular households as well as in Jewish and Christian households. David and Goliath's widespread notoriety is merely one of the reasons I chose 1 Samuel 17 as my rewritten bible passage.
Personally, the story has always resonated with me as a tale of how the combination of courage, willpower, and faith in the Almighty can accomplish all things. Teaching Method and Philosophy. Its area of focus is the psychological skills that are associated with dance primarily implicitly. The original research conducted in the article attempts to determine what specific psychological skills dance teachers believe is important for their students to learn, and the desired outcomes that such skills engender.
The authors conducted semi-structured interviews with six different dance teachers to attain data to help them answer the aforementioned research question. Furthermore, the authors also analyzed these interviews through an interpretive phenomenological analysis method, which is "suitable for novel research areas" Klockare et al. The results were extremely revealing.
Firstly, they indicated that the instructors sought to implement psychological skills training at an organizational, and not necessarily individual, level. What's prophetic about "The Former Prophets"?
The prophetic aspect is the capability of re-interpreting the entire lived truth, including Israel's history as well as the known, Biblical-era Near East's power relations, based on the just as tangible reality within this particular reading , of Yahweh's rule. The Former Prophets' established framing is achieved via a sound interpretative process, which typically rearranges literature in a canonical form, out of something that it earlier wasn't.
What does it mean that Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings are a single literary piece written from a single interpretive angle? It was a bold suggestion by Noth, challenging scholars who viewed Joshua, Samuel, Kings, and Judges as a compilation of numerous sources, that the comprehensive "historical" chronicle…… [Read More]. Matthew 1 the Book of.
Although the many conflicts involving the Pharisees and adducees later in the book prove this not to be in fact the case, Matthew's certainty indicates the faith of Jesus' followers, and the faith required to enter the Kingdom of Christ.
The word "Messiah" is also linked to the Kingdom of God, which is a further recurring theme in the discourses displayed by Matthew. Christ frequently refers to this spiritual Kingdom as the ultimate destination of the faithful, and highly desirable as a reward for living a life of faith. This spiritual Kingdom is frequently juxtaposed with earthly riches throughout the book of Matthew. Jesus uses colorful language to demonstrate the necessity for the faithful to gather treasures in heaven rather than on earth.
Earthly treasure, according to Matthew and Christ, serves…… [Read More]. The author of "History or Teleology? Unlike Marx, eber addressed a multitude of variables that affect sociological realities. Yet the author notes that eber can be criticized for his own brand of determinism and fatalism and also for his theoretical biases.
Central to both Marx and eber's arguments is the notion that history is linear and progressive. Human evolution is also progressing toward increasingly complex but also increasingly sensible social and economic systems. The central difference between Marx and eber's accounts of capitalism is in their methods and not necessarily in their conclusions.
Both Marx and eber viewed capitalism as the culmination of millennia of human history and of the problematic social relationships that determined human history. Marx approached his analysis as a function of labor…… [Read More]. Gender Race and Constitutional Change. A lifelong member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP she insisted, for example, on sending out racially integrated crews from the union's hiring hall, rejecting such standard employer requests as 'black waiters only, white gloves required.
Ryle in Chapter One of. For instance, Freud tells us that a king and queen represents one's parents; that small animals and vermin represent one's brothers and sisters; that female genitals are represented by receptacles of various kinds including jewel-boxes, and that gliding, sliding and pulling off a branch all represent masturbation. Strikingly, Freud gives us no evidence for such claims.
Might it be possible to support these claims with evidence? If so, please offer a conjecture as to what sort of evidence might be sought in support of these claims. If not, please explain how we should respond to Freud's interpretive claims if they cannot be supported with evidence. It seems to me extremely difficult if not impossible to support these claims with evidence. One way to do so may be by taking nay number of these claims e. Educational Opportunities Available to Every. One exercise that has helped both myself and my students to explore these skills has been to write critically about literature in essay format.
Interpreting literature in written form is an excellent way to stay in touch with the deeper meaning of the language and to help the reader to focus on the author's choice of specific words and writing techniques. As a whole, the study groups I have participated in have gained the most insight through reading, discussing, and writing about literature in an open and constructivist setting that allows every person to take on the role of both teacher and student.
In order to learn how to understand and utilize literary methods such as point-of-view, plot and structure, setting, themes, figurative language, and symbolism, it is important that one interprets a variety of literature.
Throughout my life, I have applied interpretive techniques to the literature reviewed for school,…… [Read More]. Frame Analysis vs Quantitative Frame. A number of researchers think that qualitative and quantitative methodologies cannot be pooled because the assumptions fundamental to each tradition are so greatly different. And some researchers think that both qualitative and quantitative methods can be used simultaneously to answer a research question" Barnes et al.
There are two sets of challenges that enfold the idea of frame and discourse analysis. The first takes place in the areas of data collection, analysis, and final presentation results.
The challenge surrounds definitions and conceptualizations. Ideational concepts are intrinsically inaccurate and distinctions between frames, ideologies and discourses are often indistinct.
Discourse and frames are connected and sometimes overlap. Cultural discourses can comprise frames. Ideologies frequently do the same things…… [Read More]. Napoleon Bonaparte Interpretive Analysis: A Day in the Life of a Great Leader Baron Claude-Francois De Meneval in his work on Napoleon remembers the French leaders as seemingly "immortal," someone who was vigorous and struck down "by a terrible storm" and someone that was worthy of remembrance in many ways p.
De Meneval describes a day in the life of Napoleon shortly after a return from a trip to Egypt, where Bonaparte had been interested in spreading his influence. The author describes Napoleon as "gentlemanly" and suggest that he was an individual set on task and of clear mind, explaining to his colleagues among other things the plausible motives he might use to satisfy "the desire of the population" De Meneval, Further Napoleon is described as someone whose presence that particular day inspired warm enthusiasm from the population at large in part a testament to his "zeal and…… [Read More].
Religion in Human Transformation of the African-American. The writer explores the transformation to Black Christianity and uncovers some of the underlying features of its existence. The writer examines the patterns and experiences of spirituality for the Black Christian experience in North America as well as the ways that the particular historical experiences of Blacks in the United States assisted in creating distinct forms of spirituality in the communities.
There were five sources used to complete this paper. The Christian movement in North America is a large one. Millions of Christians worship in churches across the continent each week and the numbers continue to climb. African-American Christians have a faith and spiritual path that is somewhat different than white Christians follow.
The terms "black church" and "black Christian" can be heard periodically in theological discussions. Some of these works will examine directly the highest leadership roles, like that of a commander-in-chief, while other works will illuminate leadership from the perspective of the ordinary soldiers who follow that lead. This proposal…… [Read More]. Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma Euthanasia and related ethical implications Euthanasia, referred to as "mercy killing" in common parlance, is the action of ending the life of an individual suffering from painful and extended injury or illness Center for Health Ethics, Euthanasia implies that another individual, excluding the patient carries out an action with the intention of ending the patient's life, for instance, a lethal dose of medicine being injected into the patient.
It might be voluntary if the patient approves of it, involuntary if the patient says no to it, or even non-voluntary if the patient is unable to approve of it. In euthanasia, an individual makes the means of death available in addition to acting as death's direct agent American Nurses Association, Euthanasia is the act of putting the life of a patient to…… [Read More].
People often shift to other jobs when they feel unsatisfied. This is the case for nurses. Nurses have a high turnover rate in not just one country, but internationally.
There is growing shortage of nurses because of lack of job satisfaction. The article titled "The impact of leadership styles on nurses' satisfaction and intention to stay among Saudi nurses," pinned transactional leadership style against transformational leadership style, to see if one was more effective at creating higher job satisfaction in Saudi nurses.
The authors used a myriad of tests for analysis, the response rate slightly over half , generated a result that shows Saudi nurses favor transformational leadership style over transactional leadership style.
This essay is not only a critique of the article but it also examines it through…… [Read More]. Pain and Pain Relief Qualitative Analysis. In the study, two research studies that use these different methods to accomplish their objectives are evaluated. One of the studies uses descriptive qualitative approach while the other exploits cross-sectional survey. The differences in these two methodologies in the studies are evident.
For instance, the descriptive qualitative approach is explorative in nature since it offers detailed explanation for the research topic while the cross-sectional survey focuses on enumerating and categorizing features through statistical figures in order to explain its observation Explorable. The qualitative and…… [Read More]. Spotlighting Samplings 4 Qualitative Research Choices 6. The Question of Interest What type of research design should the researcher use?
To answer the study's critical research consideration, the researcher must first determine the question the study will ask. Marczyk, David DeMatteo, and David Festinger explain that the type of research design the researcher chooses for a particular study primarily depends on the question the study will address. After the researcher formulates a research question, he "must choose a research design, collect and analyze the…… [Read More]. District of Columbia v Heller District of. District of Columbia v.
Heller District of Columbia vs. Supreme Court's single biggest intervention in Second Amendment jurisprudence. The case was one which had been deliberately manufactured by a small cadre of ideologues: In , Levy would address his own achievements in getting the Heller case before the supreme court in an article published in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, calling the Heller decision a "big win for common sense" and a "big win for the Constitution" Levy Levy cherry-picked a diverse group of defendants in order to argue that a broad spectrum of persons were adversely affected by the Dicstrict of Columbia's handgun band left without an ability to defend themselves.
Levy's plantiffs found their initial suit…… [Read More]. Verification of Interpretation -- Trustworthiness Credibility Transferability. Verification of Interpretation -- Trustworthiness Credibility Transferability Dependability and Confirmability Advanced Qualitative Research Methods The role of research methods knowledge and its benefits for social research is an area of debate and confusion since the beginning of the profession's inception Austin, Central to this understanding is the broader context of social research as new found study areas.
In social research, the knowledge of research methods helps in selecting appropriate method for a particular area of research as well the knowledge of strengths and weaknesses of particular methods can lead a researcher to choose combine methods and adopt strategies to address the weaknesses of a particular method.
In this research report the author intends to describe advanced qualitative research method, theory, practical implications, ethical consideration as well as types of advances research methods, the importance and significance of employing qualitative research methods, the sampling procedures and data collection and analysis…… [Read More].
K Curriculum and Instruction: Changing Paradigms in the 21st Century This is not your grandfathers' economy or his educational paradigm however; today's curriculum still appears as such and therein lays a very significant and challenging problem that presents to today's educators and leaders.
According to Sir Ken Robinson, "We have a system of education that is modeled on the interest of industrialism and in the image of it. Schools are still pretty much organized on factory lines -- ringing bells, separate facilities, specialized into separate subjects. We still educate children by batches. Despite more than adequate inventories, equipment often is not available when needed.
As a result, more units are bought, leased, or rented. And those units, in turn, get lost in the system and therefore, underutilized. In fact, the number of mobile devices per U. In the present study, the need for optimization and efficiency methods with clinical assets is investigated.
Introduction Hospitals in U. The cost of equipment purchased is high and hospitals are required to…… [Read More]. Immortality of the Soul in the Phaedo. Immortality of the Soul in the Phaedo Such dialogues as the Republic, the Phaedrus, and the Symposium make clear that Socrates has certainly reflected on the demonstrability of the immortality of the soul prior to his death day.
And it is entirely possible that Socrates believes that one last attempt at a proof of immortality may yet result in an ironclad demonstration of this doctrine.
But it is at least equally possible that Socrates suspects, if he does not know, that the search for such a proof will yield, as it does in the Phaedo, a less-than-certain foundation for this doctrine.
Given the link between this doctrine and the availability of pure wisdom, such an outcome cannot help but cast doubt on the attainment of that wisdom. Why then does Socrates deliberately risk this outcome? The rationale behind Socrates' guidance of the argument lies in the possibility that an…… [Read More].
Hermeneutic or Phenomenological Research Hermeneutic and Phenomenological. Hermeneutic or Phenomenological Research Hermeneutic and phenomenological research is qualitative measurement analysis tools. They focus on the understanding and interpretation and execution of theory. Both are becoming more and more popular with contemporary research methodologies Fuchs Together, they embody the studying of social phenomenon external to the manipulation of the research.
They aim to understand how we construct and gain knowledge from the external world around us. Thus, hermeneutic research "is interpretive and concentrated on historical meanings of experience and their development and cumulative effects on individual and social levels," Laverty p Phenomenological research is additionally very descriptive and thus examines the foundational structure of experience as a way of gaining knowledge Fuchs The study contains particular elements adhering to ontological, axiological, and epistemological assumptions.
Ontology focuses on the categories of…… [Read More]. Deploying a Pilot Case Study. The more that your questions are descriptive or explanatory the more that the case study method will be relevant; How should I select the case to be studied? Given such access to more than a single candidate, you should choose the one s that best illuminate s your research questions.
Absent such access, you should consider changing your research questions, hopefully leading to new candidates to which you do have access. What is my case: Is it the teachers? The least desirable question is to want to know "everything that happened. Adult Learning Styles in the. For countries such as the U. And France, these needs can be reasonably expected to relate to the respective national cultures involved. For instance, in their book, Education in France, Corbett and Moon report, "An education system needs to justify itself constantly by reference to the values which underpin a nation's culture.
In a democracy it is expected to transmit a range of intellectual, aesthetic and moral values which permeate the curriculum and approaches to teaching and learning" p.
Just as the United States has been confronted with a number of challenges in recent decades in identifying the best approach to providing educational services for an increasingly multicultural society, France has experienced its fair share of obstacles in this regard as well. According to Corbett and Moon, "In societies forced to come to terms with change, values are always challenged. French society, like others, had to adapt to…… [Read More].
Devised it Has to Be. At times, even though the research may be complicated by varying definitions of homelessness, researchers are establishing methods for estimating the size of the homeless population, which includes people who have nowhere to go; at risk of losing housing through eviction or institutional discharge Drury, Case Study Methodology In the case study methodology, a form of qualitative descriptive research, according to M.
Strategies for Doing Qualitative Research," the researcher using the case study methodology does not focus on discovering a universal, generalizable truth, nor do the researcher generally search for cause-effect relationships. Instead, the researcher emphasizes the exploring and describing process.
In considering or defining the case…… [Read More]. Ethics Nursing Ethics Professional Nursing Ethics It is not a good idea, but it is possible to become a nurse today without knowing what the Nightingale Pledge is and more important, what it represents.
The reason it is not a good idea is simple; nursing is a field that carries with it a great social, moral and ethical responsibility. This accountability is now guided by the Code of Ethics with Interpretive Statements; however, the original blueprint was the Nightingale Pledge. We could consider that original pledge as nursing's equivalent to the physicians' Hippocratic Oath.
In other words, the modern version of the Nightingale Pledge, the Code of Ethics with Interpretive Statements, is a thorough guide that helps both new and old nurse's alike carry out their responsibilities in a way that also meets all ethical duties required by the profession.
The Nightingale Pledge has evolved for more than a century…… [Read More]. Teen Pregnancy and Parenting on. Of these elements, they found anxiety sensitivity to be directly linked to lower levels of educational advancement.
Anxiety sensitivity mainly comprises symptoms of anxiety leading to fear due to a certain belief that anxiety has dangerous somatic, psychological, or social penalties. In one study scholars found that the basic forms of fears were the playing field for a broad spectrum of fear-stimuli and they found that these basic forms of fear led to heightened levels of low educational advancement amongst teenage mothers Singh and Darroch, A group of researchers found facts that verified the philosophy that the dread of feeling anxious was more powerful then other fears.
This basically denoted that there were other unenthusiastic life incidents that could contribute to the…… [Read More]. Dealing Effectively With Organizational Change.
Factors that affect an organization's capacity and willingness to change need to be examined and exploited. Organizational culture, which is a set of shared values and assumptions that are followed by the members of an organization, plays an important role in affecting the attitude of an organization to change.
If an organizational history has been unwelcome to change in the past, it is highly unlikely that an organization will be willing to accept change in the future. Sometimes, core competency can assist in the process of change Porter, Lastly, at the individual level, the process of change is completed when it is implemented within a company. The task of the general manager then becomes of envisioning the future of the change and of facilitating cooperation among the workforce.
He is also responsible for implementing change at various levels of production, development and distribution. In particular, what needs to be…… [Read More]. Validity Ethics and Integrity Ensuring. Individual identification of participants in the qualitative experiment is not required, making anonymity easy to maintain identifying information will be specifically excluded from the quantitative instruments, and stripped away by research assistants if mistakenly applied y the respondent ; for the qualitative interviews, responses will be coded and stored separately…… [Read More].
Preaching is speaking the truth about the word of God. Just as scripture itself needs to be continually revisited to remain relevant to contemporary believers, so too do Christian commentaries and guides like The 12 Essential Skills.
The 12 Essential Skills for Great Preaching is divided into four sections, plus the two prefaces that of the original edition plus a new preface to the second edition , introduction, conclusion, and appendices.
In its entirety, the book is only words, offering a concise overview of…… [Read More]. I have two observations- one small but interesting and one for which I would like a response. The first- you have transposed the authors names as Ingram and Schneider- in deed this is small but important - you will want to cite them as Schneider and Ingram going forward- as I said - small but important Next I think you can develop your response to item 3 regarding your research interest.
How are you understanding failure? What kind of policies are you including in these statements and what is the connection to your research? I ask that you spend a bit more time on this section and…… [Read More]. Vaismoradi, Qualitative thematic and content analyses represent two widely utilized nursing data analysis techniques.
However, no explicit boundaries have been identified between them. Cause and Effect Essay Topics. Compare and Contrast Essay Topics. How to Write an Interpretive Essay Example Introduction An interpretive essay is a paper where one critically analyzes or interprets a piece of literary work and offers its meaning or its alternative meaning.
The fundamental objective of the literary analysis is to look at the fascinating segments of a literary piece of work. Interpretive essays are a common form of a research paper in arts and literature. Students often find this assignment too overwhelming.
However, knowing where to begin, what literary components to analyze and interpret does not need to be an incomprehensible errand.
When tackling such an assignment, it is best to pick a few literary elements of the work that you have been requested to analyze and focus on it. Once you have your topics, you can analyze them by breaking them down into pieces and investigating them independently.
Use various elements of writing to clarify the meanings and compare each part with other segments of the work. In addition to that, you should check the structure of the essay to ensure that it contains a brief introduction, well-formed paragraphs that focus on one thought and a short conclusion. Using the following format: Lead-in The lead-in consists of the words preceding the thesis statement.
It merely states what the paper is about. Your lead-in should be captivating and should directly connect with your theme. Instead, start with a surprising fact that the reader may not know about. Thesis statement A thesis statement appears after the introductory paragraph. It offers a brief synopsis of the main point or purpose of the essay. It is developed and explained in the course of the article using examples and evidence. Here is an example of a well-thought thesis statement on the role of Professor Trelawney on Harry Potter: It also enables Harry to discover what he should do to defeat Lord Voldemort.
It also offers supporting points that will be expounded on in the body paragraph. Proof points State your proof points in the order in which you will develop them in your essay. Ideally, these points are stated each in their sentence.
Ensure that you use transitioning phrases such as "first or finally" when writing your proof points so that the reader can differentiate them from the thesis statement. If you prefer not to list your proof points in the introduction, you can include them in the prior essay draft. Then, once they have accomplished their purpose of helping you cement and arrange your supporting ideas, you can go ahead and erase them from your final draft.
Avoid supporting your thesis and proof points in the introduction. The introduction should essentially notify the readers of the points that you will make in your paper. At the same time, stay clear from writing a concluding statement on your introductory paragraph because it blurs the essay plan that you have painstakingly laid out.
Writing the Body Though the introduction has familiarized the readers with the purpose of the laid out the essay plan, it makes numerous unsupported claims in the thesis statement and proof points. The goal of the body paragraphs is to provide evidence for these unsupported claims.
The evidence should be relevant, adequate and specific. The paragraphs should begin with a topic sentence that makes a claim and continues to offer supporting evidence for that claim. You should be able to explain what each bit of evidence means and how it adds to the entirety. You can get your supporting statements from the text or outside sources. If you derive your support from external sources, make sure that the source is credible. Supporting your claims lets your readers know that you understand the content and are willing to help them comprehend it too.
It also gives you credibility. Quotations and citations also help the writer to support their arguments by indicating precisely what the author has composed and include their particular understanding of the cited content. They additionally, help the essayist to build up a well-supported claim to the implications of the work that they are analyzing.
It would also include how Dumbledore protected Harry throughout the years. The second paragraph would talk about how the prophecy demonstrated to Harry how to conquer Lord Voldemort and the duty that comes with such knowledge. The mission that accompanies this prediction is quite heavy for a teenager to manage. Good Transitions To write an outstanding essay , you need the right flow which can be brought about by using valuable transitional phrases such as "in like manner, additionally, equally or in spite of or in the first place".
These are phrases used to link sentences and to ensure smooth progress from one idea to another. To move from the first body paragraph to the next, you might write something like: It should reiterate your thesis and proof points without repeating them. One way to write a conclusion is to express the implication of the issue discussed in the article. Why is it essential?
Another strategy is to complete a story begun in the introduction. The body clarifies the significance of the story. The conclusion picks up from where the synopsis in the introduction left off. Your goal is not to introduce something new to the essay or to argue. The conclusion should relate the theme to the present reality or end with a quote from the author or text.
Writing about her dreams, job or personality is too superficial. You have to dig deeper and explain why her visions are essential. Mixing elements Whereas most interpretive essays focus on the smaller aspects of a written piece, some students choose to center on the broad meaning of the work.
Remember, however, that you should do one or the other and not both of them. Expounding on the big picture and small parts in the same article can make your work appear to be disordered. So pick one aspect and stick to it. Listing facts Another grave mistake that students make while writing an interpretive essay is listing facts.
They often record as many truths as they can without explaining how those facts support the thesis statement or their importance.
This strategy is indeed pointless. Instead, describe each of them in paragraphs and produce supporting evidence. Having no evidence At the opposite end of the terrible analysis, a range is the no evidence analysis. It comprises of unsupported statements and guesswork, and that could make you lose marks in your essay. Therefore, always provide supporting evidence for your points and cite the sources that you got the evidence from.
Final Thoughts When writing an interpretive essay, consider using proper grammar and writing styles since they provide clarity and make it easier for the lecturer to go through your work. It is also important to come up with fascinating and unique ways to interpret the literary work.
Therefore, after you finish writing, proofread your work and correct any grammatical errors. You can also have someone else do it for you to ensure that you submit your best work. Additionally, ensure that you follow the format outlined here, follow the guidelines on writing the introduction, body, and conclusion as is required.
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Interpretive Paper Topics. You are not required to write your interpretive paper on one of these topics, but if you decide to choose your own topic you must negotiate the topic with me in advance.
Interpretive Essay on Edward Taylor's Poem, Huswifery In the poem, Huswifery, by Edward Taylor, a very severe shift seems to take place. The poem begins with an analogy between the writer and a spinning wheel.
May 24, · Interpretive sociology holds that understanding of our fellow man should be the pursuit of each day as sense is made of their individual societal existence. Seeking to understand is the concept held in interpretive sociology instead . The Basics. Use the following guidelines for teaching how to write an interpretive essay or how to write a literary analysis: The introduction must introduce the literary work, capture the reader's attention, and include a clearly written thesis statement that contains the literary interpretation.
Interpretive Essay Outline Name _____ *This is the basic format and will be different for each topic. You may add paragraphs if you have more examples or interpretation of the movie Paragraph 1: • Present subject/idea you say “Crash” addresses, giv e a brief summary, and/or introduce the character you. (Results Page 2) View and download interpretive essays examples. Also discover topics, titles, outlines, thesis statements, and conclusions for your interpretive essay.