Community: A Human Becoming Perspective

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 163 pages
This is an application of Dr. Rosemarie Parse's Human Becoming Theory to the concept of community. Dr. Parse sets forth definitions and examples of original community change concepts and processes arising from the human becoming school of thought.

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Contents

AN INTERPRETATION
9
GLIMPSES FROM THE NURSING LITERATURE
15
HUMAN BECOMING COMMUNITY CHANGE CONCEPTS IN
49
AN EMERGING MOSAIC OF HUMAN BECOMING
73
A SYNTHESIS OF THEMES FROM HUMAN BECOMING RESEARCH
97
GLIMPSES OF THE POSSIBLES
147
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Rosemarie Rizzo Parse, a member of the American Academy of Nursing, is professor and Niehoff Chair at Loyola University, Chicago. She is founder and editor of Nursing Science Quarterly, and president of Discovery International, Inc., which sponsors international nursing theory conferences. Dr. Parse is also founder of the Institute of Human Becoming, where she teaches the ontological, epistemological, and methodological aspects of the human becoming school of thought. She consults throughout the world with doctoral programs in nursing and with healthcare settings that are utilizing her theory as a guide to research, practice, education, and regulation of standards for quality in practice and education.

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