This thesis investigates the production of a progressively traumatized narrative, beginning with narrative repression in Regeneration, moving to narrative dissociation in The Eye in the Door, and ending with narrative trauma in The Ghost Road. Analysis of these texts reveals that the author's meticulous and extensive historical research brings questions of historicity to the fore, since in.
Carbon Farming in California. For years, Anwyn Hurxthal ’92 applied the curiosity and photography skills she fostered in Marlboro’s World Studies Program to her work with Oxfam, documenting social justice, disasters, and community development around the world.
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This thesis includes two distinct pieces of work. A systematic literature review (SLR) aimed to identify, organise and evaluate constructs and measures of adjustment and adaptation to retirement (AAR), as these are currently used in the literature. A meta-analysis (MA) sought to systematically evaluate the evidence of the relationship between retirement and self-reported symptoms of depression.
This thesis explores the associations between therapist and client attachment styles and the working alliance. It is presented as three papers: a literature review, a report of the empirical research study, and a critical reflection of the research process. In the first paper, the author provides a systematic review of studies that have investigated the association between therapist attachment.
The thesis highlights how workplace fronts become disconnected in four key areas (appearance, manner, emotion and work skills) following a TBI and how a sense of connectedness is re-established over time. The findings highlight the importance of stage areas and how these distinct areas impact on the type of performance given and how it is supported by workplace and non-workplace actors to.
A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy University of East Anglia Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences January 2014. 2 Abstract The management of behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) has gained media and policy attention recently. Antipsychotic medications have been used for these behaviours. Due to the potential.
Randomised trial looking at the timing of tracheostomy management in adult intensive care patients. Funded by the Medical Research Council and Intensive Care Society. Multicentre study taking place in over 50 ICUs across the UK.
Speech perception is vital to language used in day to day lives. When someone speaks, the air pressure fluctuates and the waves strike the ears and in some way the individual turns these sound waves into meaningful consideration what the speaker is saying about.
Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of Doctor of Psychology SEPTEMBER 2009. 2 Thesis Abstract Introduction The topic of study is concerned with the impact that working with sexual abuse survivor groups has on therapists. The existing literature primarily utilises quantitative methodologies and is, on the whole, concerned with the negative impact of trauma work.
Some employees are routinely exposed to traumatic events, which can cause long-term psychological problems. Here, a team from the National Institute for Health.