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  • World Health Organization Negative Outcomes
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    ... for is likely to be of limited use, whereas acquiring knowledge about how to negotiate sexual limit setting, including abstinence from intercourse, condom use, and other safer sex practices, is directly relevant to problem-prevention behaviour. Motivation to engage in behaviour that promotes sexual health is a major determinant of whether individuals act upon their knowledge. This motivation can be affected by individuals's elf-acceptance of their sexual activity, their attitudes toward spec...
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  • Low Income Families Child Abuse And Neglect
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    The federal government classifies a family as poor if its pretax cash income falls below a certain minimum standard. This standard was established by dividing the average expenditure for a minimally adequate diet by the average share of family income spent on food. The federal poverty line is adjusted for family size and for changes in the average cost of living in the United States, but it is not adjusted for regional or local differences. The number of children living in low-income families is...
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  • Family Violence Learning Process
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    Selkirk Avenue Family Centre S. A. F. C. (temporary title for project identification) Our community is made up of several cultures and within, each culture there are many families. Unfortunately there are families that have become victims of Domestic Violence. There is substantial evidence, supported by research that verifies the existence of this phenomenon, and its effects on the family. Some of the resulting effects are the development of fear, mistrust, abuse, and the continuation of this in...
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  • Sense Of Duty Amount Of People
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    What if your life was centralized around the plans and desires of another person? If every plan you made, every vacation you took was based upon someone elses wishes in conjunction with your own and what if that person was to die? What would you do? Could you survive emotionally as well as physically? These questions are asked about 800, 000 time a year to the bereaved spouses who have just lost a loved one, it happens to people of all ages but some of the people it hits hardest are the elderly....
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  • Alzheimer Disease Primary Caregiver
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    Alzheimer's Disease does not kill instantly; it destroys the individual bit by bit, tearing away at their person-hood and self-identity. Most victims suffer for 9 to 15 years after onset of the illness. It is the most common type of dementia in the United States and Canada and after age 40, the risk of developing it doubles with aging every 5. 1 years during adults' life. A form of dementia, the DSM-IV-R's (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) criteria for diagnosing dementia include: impairment i...
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  • Alzheimer Disease Family Members
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    ... lings related to dementia from both groups include: anger, anxiety, stress, acceptance, and frustration. The number of individuals who report negative feelings greatly outweigh those of acceptance. At initial meetings, bonding is established through the sharing of early memory experiences. Gradually, comfort comes from knowing that the victims are not alone; there are others with the same limitations. The realization that the victims are ordinary people with a chronic illness, rather than an...
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  • Emotional Distress Negative Social
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    Professional Articles -- The Social Meaning of Illness The article that I choose to use for this assignment was "The Measurement of Meaning in Illness" by Betsy L. Fife. I was assigned chapter 5, which dealt with the social meaning of illness. The chapter explored the idea of illness as a form of social control and considers the various models of illness and how they have changed over time. The Sociological model of illness refers to the subjective judgment regarding the meaning of the condition...
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  • Child Abuse And Neglect Number Of Children
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    ... their own parenting. However, the majority of abused children do not become abusive adults. Some experts believe that an important predictor of later abuse is whether the child realizes that the behavior is wrong. Children who believe they have behaved badly and deserved the abuse become abusive parents more often than children who believe their parents were wrong to abuse them. Stress created by a number of social conditions raises the risk of child abuse within a family. These conditions i...
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  • How Social Support In Relationships Affects One Health
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    A person's social interactions and relationship networks are often considered in evaluating one's health and well being. Many studies have shown increases in mental and physical health to be strongly related to the amount of social support available in a given situation. An often used definition or theory of social support comes from the work of Cobb who thought of "Social support as information that would lead a person to believe that he or she is cared for and loved; that he or she is esteemed...
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  • How Social Support In Relationships Affects One Health
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    ... e things for themselves such as time with friends, relaxing, and shopping. In some cases, the only thing women have to support them could be a bad habit like smoking; it helps them cope and structures their time. This is a prime example of how a women's support on their family can impact their health. The focus here is the nature of roles experienced by family members and their support for each other. According to Gove (1972), men generally have multiple major roles, like worker, breadwinner...
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  • Health Care Needs Of Children And Families
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    Health care needs of children and families Illness is distressing for anybody. But in children, it can strike quickly and bring down an active child in hours or days. Severe illness, even if temporary, can provoke a great deal of anxiety for children. Chronic illness or disability usually causes even more emotional distress. Not only does it affect the child but the parents and other siblings too. Health care needs cover not only medical treatment but support for the entire family including coun...
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  • Chronically Ill Chronic Illness
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    ... providers. In addition, there are numerous factors affecting coping strategies and outcomes in parents with chronically ill children. Hughes and Caliandro (1996), Melnyk and Alpert-Gillis (1998) assert that social support serves as a some sort of buffer in decreasing parental stress related to the child's chronic illness. Social support also positively influences on coping in parents (Rodrigues, Geffken, Clark, Hunt, & Fisher, 1997). In such a way, assessment of the level of social support i...
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  • Developmental Psychology Marital Relationship
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    ... 1975) or threat to personal identity. For example, although some studies show that a majority of men want to be more involved in child care and domestic activities, Pleck (1983) found that only 42 % of working mothers wanted more help with child care from their husband. Pleck suggested that mothers discourage paternal involvement in domestic and child-care activities because of their traditionally based notions that men are unaccustomed to and careless about performing such tasks. When mothe...
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  • 21 St Century 20 Th Century
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    Critically examine the use of the term? community? in the 1990? s. The essay should be structured in such a way that it incorporates reference to Social Policy, Legislation and practice issues. Students will be required to make use of theoretical studies, particularly from relevant academic and other sources such as books, journals and relevant publications. The meaning of community is a tricky one. It is used in many different contexts and is a concept that means very different things to differ...
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  • Loneliness And Isolation Sense Of Community
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    Emile Durkheim: Sociology 1. Describe where you searched and the resources you found. Cites your most interesting sources. Our class text book written by Macionis, explained that Emile Durkheim was a pioneer of sociology who studied suicide. Interested to know more, I went to the main library at San Diego State University. I sat down at a computer and opened the SDSU Library PAC. PAC is an acronym for Public Access Catalogue, a database of all the books in the SDSU library. I did an author searc...
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  • Coping Strategies Teenage Mothers
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    This study aims to determine the stresses and coping strategies encountered by Teenage Parents. Life is a series of choices. Deciding whether to marry, whether to have children, whether to have two careers in one marriage, and whether to view a situation positively are among the more important choices you will ever make in your lifetime. And besides of all this choices, problems may appear and turn to stress that people encounter in daily living. Stress is the " wear and tear" our bodi...
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  • Suicidal Tendencies Suicide Attempt
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    The United States is plagued by a countless number of social dilemmas. Although not in constant public scrutiny, suicide is a serious problem which has seemed to have lost importance. When suicide is coupled with arrest and incarceration it becomes an increasingly complex situation. In fact, research indicates that the jail suicide rate ranges from 2. 5 to 13 times greater than the rate of the general population (Winkler 1992). Motivation, prediction, and prevention of suicidal behavior are gros...
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  • Emotional Distress Negative Social
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    Professional Articles The Social Meaning of Illness The article that I choose to use for this assignment was The Measurement of Meaning in Illness by Betsy L. Fife. I was assigned chapter 5, which dealt with the social meaning of illness. The chapter explored the idea of illness as a form of social control and considers the various models of illness and how they have changed over time. The Sociological model of illness refers to the subjective judgment regarding the meaning of the condition or b...
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  • Negative Affect Negative Feedback
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    The Effects Of Excuse Validation In Reducing The Effects Of Excuse Validation In Reducing Negative Affect Excuse-making is a common strategy people invoke to feel better following a negative event. When excuses are advanced in public, their effectiveness may depend on whether they are validated by others. The present study was conducted to assess the emotional impact on participants of having their excuses validated by a supportive stranger in a conversation about a real life negative event, as ...
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