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The researcher also had to wade through many previous literatures, online articles, journals, and so on to help support this research.
The thesis of this research supports the spiritual significance of walking and it writes thus, “The proposed research claims that walking as a physical exercise exerts a predominant influence in people and it causes for inculcating spirituality among older people.” This is a secondary research based on a qualitative study for which various diagrams and the view points of physiologists, psychologists and other writers have been included.
Another notable thing that the researcher attempts to convey through this dissertation is that the term ‘spirituality’ has undergone changes during the course of time and as such, nowadays we do not entirely connect it to religion, as practiced in ancient times. The post-modern concept of spirituality is different that it now describes spirituality as ‘connectedness to nature’ or ‘connected to environment.’ The proposed study is based on the post-modern concept of spirituality on religious grounds. The researcher has attempted his best to justify the topic through different diagrams and the perceptions of the members of different walking groups. All through the research, the researcher has endeavored to keep the morality of the research. The researcher has assured the participants that all the information collected for the purpose of this research will be kept highly confidential. An official document will be prepared for the researcher. The study also ensures that the researcher is aware of his/her right to keep and maintain collected data with its significance.
This paper adopts the traditional style of dissertation papers and the study is concluded by stating that walking as a physical exercise exerts a predominant influence in people and it causes for inculcating spirituality among older
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The research revolves around the increasing demand for health and social care among older people in the context of China and United Kingdom. Both these countries are witnessing an ageing population demanding more healthcare attention and medical interventions.
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