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1. Introduction ...
decision-making process. These principles are related to a sense of doing the right thing or that which is moral and with ideas of what is good and bad practice (K217, Book 4, p28).This idea can be problematic and can be viewed both objectively and subjectively. If viewed from an objective point of view, who should...
lead ‘normal lives’. The author will examine identity and the concept of ‘normalization’ by exploring Goffman’s work on ‘stigma’ and stereotyping (K217, Chapter 5, p.6) . In addition, the concept of normalization will be challenged by the social model of disability, and finally person-centred care...
K217 EMA Report
Table of Contents
Page 1. Table of Contents
Page 2. Introduction
Page 3. Context
Page 4. Discussion
Page 8. Conclusions and Recommendations
Page 9. References
account, regardless of whatever particular demands that current situation requires. It allows flexibility and discretion, and is a very reflective and open-minded approach. Health and social care is being increasingly challenged to respond to the needs of not only diverse communities and people, but also...
determined by the access to and the ability to use consumption to shape ones identity, thus being the seduced and the repres...(short extract)
TMA02 Essay Plan
‘Write an essay that outlines the view that a consumer society is a divided society.’
Outline what I am going to put...
As students of the University of Central Florida (UCF), we have experienced first-hand the issues the university experiences with parking. These issues have prevented us from getting to class on time and even forced us to miss a class by not being able to locate an open parking spot. Our solution...
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The Open University (2005). Block 1 Rules and Rule Making. 2nd ed. Milton Keynes: The Open University. 87-234.
The Open University. (2005). Unit 4 Making Law. In: The Open University Block 1 Rules and Rule Making. 2nd ed. Milton Keynes: The Open University. 143.
The Open University. (2005). Unit...
to the other groups. The evidence suggests that for desire for self esteem can lead to inter-group competition and these processes can escalate into open hostility and discrimination.
Firstly, being a member of a group can have a positive influence on people, as it gives people a sense of belonging...
view should be explained and supported by evidence from different sources to make it a reasonable and convincing point of view. Furthermore, this will open the way for us to find suitable ‘gaps’ or bases to start defining the areas that are possible to be my future focus of work to start my EBI.
From your understanding of the terms efficiency and effectiveness under management techniques discussed in block three, what techniques might you use to improve the performance of either the staff of an organisation you know well or your family unit? Why would you use these management techniques...
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The case of Phineas Gage is one of the most often cited in biological psychology. Explain what we can learn about the relationship between brain and behaviour from this and similar cases and describe techniques used by biological psychologists that can supplement our knowledge of...
E243 – TMA02
Responding to a scenario
Option 3 Scenario, written in first person narrative with footnotes that provide brief discussion, critique and references which I believe are relevant to my own learning and understanding.
I received a phone call from my local radio station, they were conducting...
Jun 2012 - Some content of TMA01 and especially TMA02 seemed slightly dire and unrelated, but then I remembered that TU100 is a Level 1 module so of ...
TU100 2012 QUESTION 1b - The Student Room
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world is termed primary socialisation. As children grow up and move beyond the world of family, they learn how to behave in settings like school, university and different work environments, termed by Berger and Luckman (1967) as secondary socialisation. Their theory illustrates the important role society...
services may facilitate them in achieving this. There is much debate as to what constitutes normality because “it is almost impossible to define ‘normal’” (K217, Online Activity 6.1). Personal care and welfare services are available for people that require help, however such services are less likely to be used...
identities which give them a common purpose. Certain Identities single people out and can leave them open to scrutiny. These are identities such as homosexuality, or being disabled. (The Open University, 2010a)
In regards to identities that are used, and/or given, when someone is ill or disabled, I...
TMA02 – Produce an essay plan and then write an essay that addresses the following:
Outline the claim that consumption reflects and shapes our lifestyle and identity
Main body and key points (950 words approx)
Word Count:- 960
References:- Spoors P, Dyer EW, Findlay, L (2007) Starting with Psychology,
Milton Keynes the Open University
1. Briefly write down two or three pieces of feedback from your tutor on TMA01
• Learning Outcome 1 achieved. You have used the specialist...
There are many long term health conditions but, for the purpose of this essay, I shall be using diabetes as my example with Anwar as my case study.
Diabetes, both type one and type two, is caused by the pancreas failing to produce enough natural insulin or any insulin at all and this...
that is normal (depending on age, sex and social and cultural factors) for that individual.” (WHO, 1980).
THE SOCIAL MODEL.
As I mentioned in the K217 forum the social model of disability separates an individual's impairment, whether physical or mental from the social, economic and environmental factors...
categories, provides an easy identifiable structure, provides effective treatment and produces experts who highly specialise in their field (The Open University, 2012)
The biomedical model, which primarily assumes that all illness arise from within the body and is caused by an initial dysfunction of...
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target and prevent delinquent or criminal behaviour by identifying those in need of help or exclude those considered a potential threat. (The Open University, 2013)
The white-rose shopping centre in Leeds expresses the complex interdependent relationship between social welfare and crime control provision...
freedictionary.com). This essay will use evidence and examples from, Chapter one - Introducing Surveillance and Chapter three - Gated Communities (The Open University, 2008) to describe in what ways surveillance can be used to deliver crime control and social welfare. It will also discuss how surveillance in...
crime and society. Milton Keynes, The Open University. Pp.141
Cochrane, A and Walters R,. (2008) The globalisation of social justice, (chapter 5) ) in Newman J, and Yeates, N,. (eds) Social justice: Welfare, crime and society. Milton Keynes, The Open University. Pp.143
Cochrane, A and Walters R,. (2008)...
India is imparted through about 180 universities and neatly 4500 colleges. In addition there are several institutions imparting specialized knowledge and technical skills. Since education is a State subject. The State Governments in India are free to open new university. Grants Commission is an authority...
The topic of assignment is “How to Overcome Fear in Public Speaking”. I’m as a Open University Malaysia student of subject English for Oral Communication and had been nominated to give a speech during a seminar . I had done plenty of research on internet and read through eight...