These generally viewed race in terms of superior or inferior throughout history. The time frame family studies explored involved biological and pathology theories dating from the through the twentieth century. Interestingly, these researchers found that in early history, race was more likely to negatively impact child education than socio-economic status, especially during times in history when most people were at a disadvantage economically as in during the depression.
Historical data gathering included a review of researchers and psychologist reports and collection as described in a comparison table which the researcher then reviewed…… [Read More]. Theories Tactics Methods and Techniques. Due to this study, this researcher is now capable of discussing great thinkers during the time frames of the Renaissance and Reformation, as well as, ways current events of this time influenced leading thinker to accomplish what they did.
Along with this understanding, this research can competently incorporate how some of the…… [Read More]. Rcsi Institute of Leadership Ponv. PONV was not seen at 24 hours significantly lower rates of PONV at four and eight hours were found in the septoplasty group in which pharyngeal packing was not used Habib, et al. Statistical analysis was performed using Wilcoxon's ranked sum test and? The incidence of vomiting was also decreased in the aprepitant group at 2 hours…… [Read More].
Leadership Approaches Through Literature. To take one of the most famous examples in English literature, King Lear may be the highest-ranking leader in the Shakespeare tragedy that bears his name, but his actions are neither wise nor principled; Lear's Fool, the court-jester, arguably displays more leadership over the course of the drama.
Examining literary representations of leadership in the past two decades, therefore, will not always entail examining stories about powerful or influential people. In outlining a research proposal to examine how leadership issues are illuminated by recently published works, it is crucial to understand that a proper survey will include a mix of works.
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. As a teacher, it's important to have class discussions on works being analyzed.
Make sure you have a clear answer to the following questions as you write or revise: What is the main point of the essay? This main point should be clearly identified in the thesis statement. What evidence best supports the interpretation? Are there any points that should be added to clarify the interpretation?
Is there any superfluous evidence that could be deleted? Common Pitfalls of Literary Analysis Following are the most common errors with literary analysis: No matter how many times you emphasize that you do not want a summary, you'll still get them.
The only way to eliminate this error is to model analysis and give really low grades to students who summarize rather than analyze. A close relative of the summary is listing facts.
It's also called the, "I'll list as many facts as I can about this literary work and hope the teacher doesn't grade it very closely" syndrome. Explain that listing facts without explaining how the fact supports the thesis statement or why that fact is important is useless.
At the other end of the bad analysis spectrum is the no evidence analysis. It consists of nothing but conjecture. Mini Lesson Teach how to write a literary analysis or how to write an interpretive essay and avoid the common pitfalls before you assign the essay.
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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.