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However, the attitude increasingly changes towards anti-bullying perspective and higher possibility of intervening in bullying.
The need to evaluate the effectiveness of bullying prevention programs is very significant particularly in the field of social work. The outcome of such research is very crucial in formulating policies that will enhance effective anti bullying programs while non- effective programs are discarded. Bullying occur in different forms among children for instance cyber bullying is currently a major problem in the US. The complex nature of this form of bullying require newer strategies which can only be done upon evaluation of the present programs.
The while the research sought to evaluate one of the anti bullying programs, they also wanted to find out the attitude of the participants towards bullying. The hypotheses formulated by the research are for instance, effective anti-bullying programs reduce the frequency of observed bullying and modify the attitudes that encourage it. However, the effectiveness of these programs is unknown since less research has been done.
Literature review focused so much on the bullying behaviour. It reviewed literatures that explains that bullying occurs both as a reaction (to anger and frustration) and proactive reaction in the form of aggression. Other issues discussed include direct behaviours like, hitting, stealing and indirect ones like social isolation of victims; definition of bullying as the resultant behaviour due to the imbalance of power between the bully and the victim that prevents the victim from defending himself. The research also reviews the prevalence rates of bullying in the Europe and Australia that shows the prevalence rates as higher than fifteen percent o the student population. The percentage of students that are victims of bullying is about 75% of the surveyed population.
The research reviewed the negative impacts
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The debates on benefits versus risks of these chemicals have heated up more than ever. Of these chemicals, the most effective and arguably the largest life-saving chemical ever made by man against vector borne diseases is DDT. While it has been banned in most countries due to environmental and health concerns, its unparalleled efficiency and effectiveness have made it indispensible in the most badly affected of areas, like the Sub-Saharan Africa and North Korea.
Such factors are of major interest to schools of nursing and members of their faculty as they may be able to adjust their curriculum or admission requirements accordingly in order to achieve a higher rate of passing in the examination. Findings of this investigation may also help future test-takers in determining the type of preparatory programs and courses that they should take in order to aid them in succeeding at the examination.
An ideal research concerning the job satisfaction amongst the registered nurses would first in attain validity in its evaluation by involving a substantial number of the variables and in this case the research attained responses from eight hundred and seventy eight nurses.
Ethical questions will be addressed, as will the samples identified and defined by the article itself. Keywords: critique, analysis, hypothermia, clinical practice, cardiac arrest, review, heart arrest, sudden death After a thorough reading of the article titled “Therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest in clinical practice: Review and compilation of recent experiences,” it could be said that not only is the report well written, but the title is fitting to the contents of the report itself.
People with bipolar disorder are unable to form meaningful relationships with others, especially as a result of changes in moods, ranging from depression to mania. However, as Levy & Manove (2012) state, the functional outcomes of people with bipolar disorder are divergent.
dy as documented as well as other research aspects such as methodologies, design and sampling appropriateness and ethical compliance-just to mention, but a few (Marczyk, DeMatteo & Festinger, 2010). This paper critically reviews various aspects of a study focused on determining
The researchers conducted a quantitative descriptive research to establish the extent of inadvertent hypothermia knowledge among practicing nurses. The study concludes that nurses fail to execute their roles effectively due to
Finally, purchasing groups involves the less stable groups purchasing liability insurance coverage as a block from an insurer.
4. The first question by Koviak (2004) entails the reasons for the current
The author does not discuss her research question but the scope of the article suggests the following research question.
The study’s design is also not explicit but literature review seems to have informed the study’s results, as the author refers to different studies.