improve skin health is not costly or difficult. A nurse increases professional power while using theoretical research as systematic evidence for critical thinking and decision making. This paper elaborates the utilization of Virginia Henderson’s need theory in clinical practice, which proposes an analysis in which the individual is unique and complex, enabling an approach to older generation from an individual and integral perspective.
Ageing is most commonly described as a sociological and biological process, involving people to experience and accomplish certain stages of social maturation. It is important to keep in mind that aging is relatively a subjective series of social processes. There are people who negotiate and interpret to make sense of any sort of biological expansion in current conceptualizations of what it means to be a certain age. Philippa Clarke, Victor Marshall, Paul Lantz and James House, in their article, ‘The
Girl, Interrupted is a movie about a young lady named Susanna who is institutionalized after having taken aspirin with a bottle of vodka. In this reflection, I shall highlight notable scenes in the movie, which illustrate important sociological concepts and themes. The first scene that caught my attention was when Susanna was admitted. The administrative staff is processing her papers then asks for her signature: Susanna: “I guess I’m puzzled as to why I have to be in a mental institution.” Staff:
This theory is premised on Biblical belief that man “will live no longer than a hundred and twenty years (Gen. 6:3)”; life cycle theories that the charting of life course from birth to death occurs in successive, clearly defined stages, of which each stage is characterized by events or crises that must be satisfactorily resolved in order for development to proceed smoothly; and sociological concepts of reflexivity and relativism that hold that sociology frequently and critically analyses social
CONTENTS Preface i Literary Consciousness: A Dialectical and Historical Introduction 1 Nature and Environment: 11 Poetic Imprints of Shifting Perspectives Matthew Arnold: 23 The Voice and the Victim of Bourgeois Culture The Dialectics of Interpretation: 35 Aspects of Linguistic and Semantic Convergences Barthes and Bakhtin: 47 Monologic and Dialogic Searches for Meaning The Reader and the Sahrudaya 61 The Political Philosophy of Translation 71 Select Bibliography 85