The Learning Perspective

The phenomenological and cognitive perspectives emphasize the importance of peoples inner experience and thinking. A person’s character is governed by his or her own way of thinking. People tend to act the way they do as a way of externalizing the information in the inner self. The way people react to various situations is mainly governed by the stimulus they are exposed. Simply put, our thinking is affected by the environment we live in, feelings and past experience and to some extent those around us. The phenomenological perspectives and the cognitive perspectives theories are based on va ...

Health Care Setting

Over the history of the healthcare industry, there has been a great deal of evolution in the manner in which information regarding the operations is handled. Initially manual ways of handling the data that was collected were employed. The data of individual patients or populations was collected in the most basic ways and processed in the simplest form and the retrieval was also basic. Concepts have been coming up that seek to enable a more effective and efficient manner of data handling and processing of the data that is collected. Such concepts include electronic healthcare systems (E H S) ...

Social Labels

Labeling and the theory of labeling is the process of assigning certain categories of people in positions of generalized negative characteristics, leading to the evocation or reinforcement of these behavioral characteristics. Labeling is a subject of such influential groups as the police, law enforcement officials, journalists, and social workers. As a result, people tend to justify negative labels such as "addicts" or "mentally ill", reinforcing appropriate behavior. In such cases, it is difficult to prevent the consequences of labeling. Individuals or groups of people with labels can have a ...

Similarities in National Cultures

As it has been aforementioned, power distance is the difference that exists between groups in a society that happen to be thriving in an unequal arrangement. In situations where the power distance is high, some individuals who are considered to be superior to several others based on their social status, race, gender, age, personal achievements, and the level of education, birth place, and family background. In cultures with low power distance, individuals are perceived to be equal, and statuses are earned instead of being ascribed as is the case in cultures where high power distance thrives. G ...

Health Care Employees

Currently, in the organization, roles of different health care employees are not clearly defined. Secondly, the organization does not have the necessary training tools to increase skills leading to high quality performance. For this reason, there is need for a health care team to oversee clear definitions of roles in the organization are made and provision of proper training to the employees. Therefore, the team will consist of one person from the management, a senior physician, a nurse and one member from the supporting staff. This is because all these members are going to represent differ ...

Sport Situations

It may be but when losing one always avoid eye dealings. Character refers to dispositions, ideals and behavior that resolve the way they are generally projected to work in sport situations. In broad, sportsmanship refers to virtues such as: Distracting your opponent's line of espy, and then suddenly affecting when you should look honestly at elevated levels of sports, the first method is more joint at the opponent, but weren't distracting your opponent. When appealing a point you "realize" you're in the wrong place, sportsmanship typically seen in polite behaviors toward others such as a ...

Psychosexual Development Theory

This theory developed by Sigmund Freud is the most known theory for development of human beings. Freud describes the stages in which an individual passes from birth to puberty and on. He describes five stages in which all normal human beings go through and in case of proper attention while passing through the stages one can develop abnormal behavior (Sim 45). Oral stage is the first stage from birth to 18 month. It is marked by oral pressure or sucking. In case of too much or little gratification in this stage an individual may develop oral gratification and engage in much smoking, taking a ...

Raising Male and Female Children

Nowadays, gender issue is the main topic for discussion. Due to my course, I have to analyse this problem through differences in raising children of opposite sex in one family. I am the only child in my family, so I will analyze my best friend’s family and how his parents were raising him and his sister. I will analyze both differences and similarities in their upbringing. First of all, it is worth mentioning that the gender issue is known almost to everybody in current time; in our century this term is used almost everywhere, especially by people, who want to show some sexual inequality. T ...

Social Media and Elections in America

Social media refers to electronic communication that helps users to create online communities for sharing ideas, videos, messages, pictures and music. Most users of social media are youths. Corporations are adopting the trend of using social media to advertise their products. Election candidates have discovered the impact that social media has on election outcomes. Using social media, they are able to reach majority of the youth voters. Social media has influenced America’s elections by helping candidates to facilitate their campaigns and win young voters. Candidates vying for American’s 20 ...

Stereotypes and Prejudice

Social inequalities are experienced by many people on a daily basis and it does not require experts to see when some members of a community are being oppressed by the majority groups. In fact, social inequalities have become widespread to such levels that it is difficult to turn back or make amends. There are many root causes to social inequalities, but among the three most dominating causes are prejudice, discrimination and stereotypes, which have long-lasting impacts on a given society and the world at large. There are many parts of human nature which connect people together as one internati ...