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Case management: evolution of the concept in the 80's and 90's
Casarin, Santina Nunes Alves;Villa, Tereza Cristina Scatena;Cardozo Gonzáles, Roxana Isabel;Freitas, Maria Celia de;Caliri, Maria Helena Larcher;Sassaki, Cinthia Midori;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692002000400002
Abstract: case management is a term that is present in almost every american health care situation. it is mostly used to coordinate community services with satisfactory results for the patient within a certain period of time, with limited resources. through time, it has been used for different purposes. the goal of this study was to show the historical evolution of case management as expressed by the american nursing literature, in the 80's and 90's, according to its use, meaning, and application, and following a theoretical framework for concept analysis. the data was extracted from two journals: "nursing management" and "journal of nursing administration". the publications showed case management portrayed as a process that serves a common goal; where quality and cost of care were the prevalent and influential elements along time, and its practice focusing in a given population defined as of high risk and high cost for health care.
Case management: evolution of the concept in the 80's and 90's
Casarin Santina Nunes Alves,Villa Tereza Cristina Scatena,Cardozo Gonzáles Roxana Isabel,Freitas Maria Celia de
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002,
Abstract: Case Management is a term that is present in almost every American health care situation. It is mostly used to coordinate community services with satisfactory results for the patient within a certain period of time, with limited resources. Through time, it has been used for different purposes. The goal of this study was to show the historical evolution of case management as expressed by the American nursing literature, in the 80's and 90's, according to its use, meaning, and application, and following a theoretical framework for concept analysis. The data was extracted from two journals: "Nursing Management" and "Journal of Nursing Administration". The publications showed case management portrayed as a process that serves a common goal; where quality and cost of care were the prevalent and influential elements along time, and its practice focusing in a given population defined as of high risk and high cost for health care.
Del feminismo liberal al deconstructivismo de género: la narrativa de Angélica Gorodischer en los '80 y los '90 From liberal feminism to deconstructing gender: Gorodischer's narrative in '80 and '90's  [cached]
Rosana López Rodriguez
Cuadernos del CILHA , 2010,
Abstract: Angélica Gorodischer ha sido vinculada a Virginia Woolf: el espíritu andrógino aparece como el ideal político de ambas escritoras. Esa androginia, hija del feminismo liberal de la igualdad, entiende que mujeres y varones son capaces de los mismos valores y los mismos desarrollos, en tanto se den las mismas condiciones para ambos géneros. No obstante, como Gorodischer ha llegado al feminismo liberal bastante tiempo después que su par inglesa y, además, en otro lugar del mundo, no la ha "heredado" directamente. Aun cuando a partir del examen del estilo y de las características de su discurso, la antiesencialista Gorodischer se exprese en sus obras con una escritura "distinta", femenina, al estilo Cixous o Irigaray, del contenido de su obra se desprende una política de liberalismo deconstructivo en términos de género. Vale decir, su obra es más bien una respuesta al feminismo cultural de la diferencia, por eso apuesta a la deconstrucción del género por la vía de la androginia como forma de oposición crítica a esa corriente que cae en la trampa del patriarcado al esencializar el género (biológica o culturalmente). La escritora argentina es entonces, más que una versión local de Woolf, una expresión de las limitaciones y las contradicciones de las últimas versiones del feminismo burgués, en medio de un país sitiado por el subdesarrollo. Este artículo explora en la obra de Gorodischer esas limitaciones y contradicciones en el marco de la coyuntura política de los '80 y los '90 en Argentina. Angélica Gorodischer has been related to Virginia Woolf: both think that androgynous is the most important political idea for feminism. Androgynous means that, under same social conditions, men and women are able to develop the same values and possibilitys. Nevertheless, Gorodischer doesn′t inherit Woolf directly because she was born almost fifty years later very far from England. Although Gorodischer's writing style adopts a "differentvoice", a feminine style, like Cixous or Irigaray's proposals, her works are, in its meanings and interpretations, related to deconstructive liberalism. So, her writings are a response to cultural feminism of difference, she bets to gender deconstruction by androgynous. She opposes critically to that trend that believes in patriarchy's reason by cultural or biological essentialism. Instead of a local copy of Virginia Woolf, Gorodischer expresses limitations and contradictions of contemporary bourgeois feminism because of subdevelopment. This article means to explore limitations and contradictions related to political situation during '80 and
Império norte-americano e território no Brasil dos 80’s e 90’s: Uma leitura inspirada em Maria da Concei o Tavares  [cached]
Jorge L. A. Natal
EURE (Santiago) , 2002,
Abstract: Dos artículos de Maria da Concei o Tavares ("La recuperación de la hegemonía norteamericana" e "Imperio, territorio y dinero") inspiran este trabajo. Se analiza la recuperación de la hegemonía norteamericana de las décadas 80’s y 90’s, mostrando sus principales expresiones macroespaciales en Brasil. En las condiciones actuales están siendo fracturados los acuerdos de compromiso entre los intereses del Imperio (norteamericano) y los de una serie de actores sociales (oligarquías regionales, propietarios de tierras urbanas y rurales, etc.) en un tejido social cada vez más complejo, dado el fortalecimiento, en el campo y en la ciudad, de fuerzas alejadas del secular juego de dominación prevaleciente en el país. Se concluye que la nueva dependencia, al entrelazar interna y problemáticamente en el país el dinero local y el mundial y las finanzas públicas, apenas erosiona el secular juego de dominación, promoviendo incluso el reencuentro de la nación brasile a con su territorio Two articles of Maria da Concei o Tavares ("The North American Hegemonic Returns" and "Empire, Territory and Money") have inspired this article. Based on them, this paper focuses on the return of north-american hegemony of the last 80’s and 90’s, showing their main spatials expressions in Brazil. It is argued that in the present conditions, the "commitment deals" are being broken up between the Empire’s interest (North-America) and some social actors (regional oligarchies, urban and country landowners). This process is taking place on a social tissue which is becoming more complex, due to the strengthens -in the city an country places- of some forces oriented against the secular domination game, that prevails over the country. In conclusion, the new dependence, that interlaces -in the country- local and worldwide money both internal and problematically, besides public finances, not only erodes the secular domination pact, but also promotes a new encounter between Brazilian nation and it’s own territory
Império norte-americano e território no Brasil dos 80?s e 90?s: Uma leitura inspirada em Maria da Concei??o Tavares
Natal,Jorge L. A.;
EURE (Santiago) , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612002008400007
Abstract: two articles of maria da concei??o tavares ("the north american hegemonic returns" and "empire, territory and money") have inspired this article. based on them, this paper focuses on the return of north-american hegemony of the last 80?s and 90?s, showing their main spatials expressions in brazil. it is argued that in the present conditions, the "commitment deals" are being broken up between the empire?s interest (north-america) and some social actors (regional oligarchies, urban and country landowners). this process is taking place on a social tissue which is becoming more complex, due to the strengthens -in the city an country places- of some forces oriented against the secular domination game, that prevails over the country. in conclusion, the new dependence, that interlaces -in the country- local and worldwide money both internal and problematically, besides public finances, not only erodes the secular domination pact, but also promotes a new encounter between brazilian nation and it?s own territory
V.S. NAIPAUL'S DIASPORIC ARTICULATION  [PDF]
ALKA SAROHA,SUDHIR KUMAR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: V.S. Naipaul, one of the greatest Caribbean writers in English, has been a great novelist and travel writer. He was born in an Indian Brahmin family in Trinidad in 1932. His grandparents were part of the huge dispersal of Indians to provide indentured labour for the British Empire, after the abolition of slavery, and he himself is in self-imposed exile from his Trinidad birthplace, living in England but claiming never to feel at home anywhere. Starting his journey with an inconsequential land, he locates himself in the centre of imperial power.
Assessment and Management of Articulation and Phonological Disorders in School Children in Ghana
A Osei-Bagyina
Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana) , 2008,
Abstract: Thirty regular school children with functional articulation and phonological disorders, aged 7; 0 to 17; 11, were involved in the study. They were screened for speech defects from selected schools in the Kumasi metropolis. Effects of maturation were controlled for by the inclusion of only children of seven years and above who had reached their limit for spontaneous acquisition of phonemes by adult standards. The study investigated the children's age versus their school grades, their class performance, the emergence of their speech and language milestones, differences in their speech mechanisms, the intelligibility of their speech and the treatment outcome. The result indicated a sex ratio of 1:6.5 females to males. Only 10% of the children were in their normal school grade level while 90% were in various grade levels below the normal. Fifty percent were rated as below average, 46.7% as average and 3.3% as below average. Considering the time for speech and language acquisition, 63.3% were considered normal while the rest were considered delayed. While 50% had “normal” tongue, 16.7% had ankyloglossia, 30% had limited tongue movement and 3.3% had macroglossia. However these tongue differences were considered insignificant due to the adequacy of the tongue structure in its performance. Twenty percent sounded hypernasal but correction of their misarticulations solved their problems. Baseline intelligibility rates were: moderate-30%; moderate- severe 30%, and severe-40%. Therapy gains were 90-100% for 73.3% of the children; 70-80% for 20% of them and 50-60% for 6.7% of the rest. By these gains, the children had improved skills for effective communication, a great sense of pride and confidence and a fully active social life.
Bilingual Children’s Phonological Awareness: The Effect of Articulation Training  [cached]
Pi-Yu Chiang
Nordlyd : Troms? University Working Papers on Language & Linguistics / Institutt for Spr?k og Litteratur, Universitetet i Troms? , 2003,
Abstract: This study aims to investigate whether unbalanced Chinese-English bilingual children’s phonological awareness skills are limited to language experience, and whether these skills are improved after a short period of articulation training with L2 (English) tongue twisters. Sixty kindergarten children in Taipei whose English proficiency was lower than their mother tongue, Chinese, participated in a series of tests. They were divided into two age groups with an average age of 5;3 and 6;3 respectively. An English proficiency test was first administrated to understand these children’s command of English. Then, phonological awareness pre-tests in Chinese and English were used to tap these children’s phonological awareness in both languages. Tests include onset/ rhyme detection test, onset deletion test, and onset/ rhyme substitution tests. Based on the causal link between articulation and phonological awareness, an English articulation training was given to the experimental group of children after the pre-tests, to examine whether enhanced English phonological awareness skills transfer to Chinese. Results showed that phonological awareness acquired in L1 were also found in L2. A period of articulation training in English led to an improvement of these children’s performances in both English and Chinese, which implies a backward transfer from weaker L2 to stronger L1. Cross-language transfers in phonological awareness abilities also imply that an abstract underlying capacity facilitates language processing across languages.
Articulation of Repression in Stanley Kubrick’s Films  [PDF]
AVRA SEN
ThirdFront : Journal of Humanities and Social Science , 2013,
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to understand the psychotherapeutic model that describes the functioning of the human psyche and then apply the model in the critical analysis of Stanley Kubrick’s films. The social behaviour of human beings is often guided by the unconscious. The process of human development includes the denial of innate animalistic desires of sex and violence and repressing them as a means of becoming viable for social interaction in the civilized society. But, these repressed sexual desires later take the form of grotesque if they are impeded in any way. This rage gets articulated in subversion and gets projected onto innocent individuals. According to Freudian psychoanalysis, this repression in not so well balanced, individuals may take the form of perversion and neurosis. Also, if the process of individualization is thwarted, the individual may manifest signs of personality disorder. The process of individualization also defines the sexuality of the individual. By the application of Freudian psychoanalysis, the attempt is to understand how this auteur seta his own examples of iconic human nature. The characters are not bland and simple, but they show layers of personality. The main objective is to understand how in the films of Stanley Kubrick the characters articulate their repressions. The director gives licence to his characters to break free of the shackles. In the process of exercising his artistic freedom, he goes on to create immortal works of artistic excellence that have received accolades from every nook and corner of the world.
Teachers dealing with student's diversity  [cached]
Carmen García Pastor
Revista Electrónica de Investigación y Evaluación Educativa , 1998,
Abstract: Presentation of the issue about Teachers dealing with student's diversity
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