Social Work Theories: Annotated Bibliography Eslami, A.A., Norozi, E., Hajihosseini, M., Ramazani, A.A., & Miri, M.R. (2018) Social cognitive theory as a theoretical framework to predict sustained abstinence 6 months after substance use treatment. Journal of Substance Use, 23:3, 300-306, DOI: 10.1080/14659891.2017.1394382 The authors used the social cognitive theory as a theoretical framework for the prediction of substance use abstinence
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Annotated Bibliography Blavin, F., Shartzer, A., Long, S. K., & Holahan, J. (2014). An early look at changes in employer-sponsored insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Health Affairs, 34(1), 170-177. Buchmueller, T., Carey, C., & Levy, H. G. (2013). Will employers drop health insurance coverage because of the Affordable Care Act? Health Affairs, 32(9), 1522-1530. Jost, T. S., &
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The Impact of Radio in American Culture Communication is a significant aspect that enables individuals to interact with others in society. Through technology, people have been in a position to give and receive details with aid of mass media. Print is a basic in media that pioneered in United States. Later in 1920, radio was
Annotated Bibliography George, Alexander L. “Knowledge for statecraft: the challenge for political science and history.” International Security 22, no. 1 (1997): 44-52. The author’s primary purpose of writing the article was to give an insight into how political scientists and historians ought to learn from each other when it comes to the study of international relations. In
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Spirituality in Nursing Nursing is a practice that is associated with spirituality. This is clear when nurses take good care of patients and assist them in their healing process. Spirituality is the action of offering ultimate aid to improve the life of another person. Critics have restricted the concept of religion in spirituality. However, studies
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Abouk, R. & Adams, A. (2017, Jan 31). Compliance inspections of tobacco retailers and youth smoking. American Journal of Health Economics, 3(1), 10-32. Retrieved from https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/full/10.1162/AJHE_a_00065 In the above article, the researchers examined the effect of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitoring of tobacco retailers on accessibility and smoking among under-age youth. The monitoring
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Koutlaki, S. A. (2002). Offers and expressions of thanks as face enhancing acts: Tae’arof in Persian. Journal of Pragmatics, 34(12), 1733-1756. Public image integrates social and personal attributes – which define people’s perception on the social or cultural description – of an individual or community. To evaluate the concept of “face” as an aspect of public image,
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Healthcare Issues Heit, J. A., Mohr, D. N., Silverstein, M. D., Petterson, T. M., O’fallon, W. M., & Melton, L. J. (2000). Predictors of recurrence after deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism: A population-based cohort study. Archives of internal medicine, 160(6), 761-768. Heit and his colleagues carried out a research aimed at estimating the recurrence
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Cultural Competence Rose, P. R. (2011). Cultural competency for health administration and public health. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett. In a public and health administration, social competency is vital because it operates as an essential content in field of health. It has become a major subject in health organizations that is beneficial to the general
Lost Colony of Roanoke: Annotated Bibliography Donegan, Kathleen. “What Happened in Roanoke: Ralph Lane’s Narrative Incursion.” Early American Literature 48, no. 2 (2013): 285-314. The article establishes that through writing the incursion, the anarchy sector turns out to be evident in a manner that it cannot with respect to a colonial catalog. The mode of
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