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characteristics (age, sex, activities of daiiy living, date of admission, and proxy interview status), statistically significant differences in ... ethnographic, and ethics studies. 4'9 Efforts to combat residents' learned helplessness with ..... Washington , DC: Academy Press, 2001. 4. Gubriurn JF. Living and Dying at Murray Manor.

Resident Outcomes in Small-House Nursing Homes Rosalie Kane et al.pdf

QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON AGING

in the immediate proximity of, those being studied. This enables them to appreciate the processes of the ... Chicago: Aldine; 1967. Gubrium J. Living and Dying at Murray Manor New York: St. Martin's; 1975. QUALITY or ... poverty during older age gave rise to reform move- ments, Social Security, and the policy initiatives of ...

QoL&AgingChapter_Becker.pdf

Death and Dying in Assisted Living

Dec 1, 2009 ... majority of residents, hospice is an important element in their death and dying experiences. In general ..... Reinardy & Kane, 2003), but studies have found that the boundaries between ALFs and nursing homes are .... Living and Dying at Murray Manor, (Gubrium,1975) is based on a qualitative research.

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exploring the lives of individuals with a mental illness living in a

I would like to thank the faculty and staff of the Department of Architectural Studies at the. University of Missouri for ... guidance, and encouragement you provided throughout my studies. Dr. Ruth Tofle, thank ..... of care in a single nursing home in his landmark book Living and Dying in Murray Manor. In his effort to bring the ...

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Using Literary Ethnography as a Form of Qualitative Document

Dec 4, 2009 ... States does have nearly 1.5 million of its population aged 65 and over in nursing homes. Oftentimes, residents in these .... research topic, but the studies tend to be exclusively qualitative (Noblit & Hare, 1988). A literary ethnography uses ...... Living and dying at Murray Manor. New York: St James Press.

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Doing Staffings

on data gathered aspart of the authors' ongoing studies of the social ... The Murray. Manor data were gathered over a period of several months of full-time observation in 1973; the Cedarview observa- tions were completed in 1976 after a year of fieldwork. As .... age-an image that, most tacitly, recognizes that troubles .

doing_staffings.pdf

Fictive Family: Everyday Usage, Analytic, and Human Service

live within places like nursing homes (Gubrium. 1975, 1980), residential ... Studies of prison life, particularly women's prisons, refer to “inmate families” ( Ward and Kassebaum. 1965), “familying” and “play families” (Heffer- nan 1972), and the “prison family” (Giallom- ... variety of outsiders observed at Murray Manor. (Gubrium ...

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Running head: Ethical Examinatinos of Elder Abuse

States does have nearly 1.5 million of its population aged 65 and over in nursing homes. Often times, residents in these facilities have a ... Congressional studies find many facilities characterized with bedsore ridden, dehydrated, and malnourished residents. ...... Living and dying at Murray Manor. New York: St James Press.

Ulsperger_-_Final_Report_-_Southwestern_Social_Science_Association.pdf

Rethin king Life Satisfaction

compare with experiences of life and its satisfactions among elders revealed by studies of daily living? ..... the aged. In early life, one possesses a number of socially recognizable roles, such as work and parental roles. Upon becoming old, however, such roles disappear for the ...... 1975 Living and Dying at Murray Manor.

rethinking_life_satisfaction.pdf

Marginalized Women Speak

Using Biographical Performances to Inform Development Research, Programs, and Policies. Telamisile Mkhatshwa1. College of Education, Center for African Studies, and Women and Gender in Global Perspectives. Program. Lenore Matthew2. School of Social Work, Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program, ...

Marginalized Women Speak may 2015.pdf

Experiences of Ageing from Older Persons' Perspective

on the authentic voices of old persons and personal experiences of old age and ageing. Contextuality and variability (of .... homes. e already mentioned Gubrium's research, described in the book Living and Dying at Murray Manor ( originally published in 1975), is a description, analysis and interpretation of everyday life in a ...

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Frailty and friendship

society are bombarded with images of age: in the media, in law and social policy. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology ..... evidence from studies of relationships in old age (Jerrome 1981, 1986; Wenger. 1984, 1987; Wentowski 1981). .... Gubrium, J. 1975 Living and Dying at Murray Manor. New York: St. Martin's Press .

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DEFINING A GOOD DEATH FOR RESIDENTS IN LONG-TERM

in the Collaborative Studies of Long-Term Care (CS-LTC) for their time and commitment to learning more about and ..... described as older adults (65 years of age or older), makes this stratum an important focus for those who seek to ..... dying continued with Gubrium's (1975) Living and Dying at Murray Manor. This work, a.

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Social Roles and Relationships in Old Age

Growing Old in a New Age: Social Roles and Relationships in Old Age. 1 of 33. Growing Old in a New Age .... LIVING AND DYING IN MURRAY MANOR. AND ALL HE. DID WAS WATCH THE .... BEGINNING OF WHEN I STARTED STUDYING. AGING. 98 01:16:29:26 THE MORE I STUDIED IT, THE MORE I KEPT RUNNING.

07Social.pdf

Prostor a věci v kontextu stáří

in old age and the ways in which the elderly attempt to maintain it. The data from this study were ... the life of a senior as a person of a certain age at a certain period of life?' The results of the analysis are .... ké studii Living and Dying at Murray Manor [Gubrium 1997] zjistil, že kanceláře, pokoje, podlaží určují obvyklé světy ...

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Time in Late Modern Ageing

Key Words: Time, temporality, chronological time, chronological age, chronometric time, acceleration, late modernity, culture, .... It can be expected that in ageing studies many cultural elements will co-constitute its outcomes, although we may think that ..... Living and Dying at Murray Manor. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Time-in-Late-Modern-Ageing.pdf

Social Factors in Institutional Living.

Yet, studies of institutionalization have challenged previous assumptions regarding negative effects and decline brought about byinstitutional placements ( Spasoff, Kraus,. Beattie, Holden .... social interactions of the institutionalized aged has been based on mildly impaired ...... Living and dying at Murray Manor. New York:.

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Culture Change in Long-term Care: Participatory Action Research

Purpose: This study's purpose was to advance the process of culture change within long-term care. (LTC) and assisted living settings by using participa- tory action research (PAR) to promote residents' com- petence and nourish the culture change process with the active engagement and leadership of resi- dents. Design ...

CulturalChangeinLong-termcare-participatoryactionresearchandtheroleoftheresident.pdf

“Such Trivial Matters:” How staff account for restrictions of residents

Health, OPD, A New Ambition for Old Age, UK, 2006; United. Nations, The Vienna International Plan of Action on Aging ... examined in a number of ethnographic studies (Diamond, 1983,. 1992; Foner, 1995; Gubrium, 1997, 1975; Shield, ...... Gubrium, J. (1975). Living and dying at Murray Manor. New York: St. Martin's. Press ...

Artikel till seminariet 14 januari 2010.pdf

Environmental Gerontology at the Beginning of the New Millennium

EG theories and findings have also been applied at multiple scales, ranging from evidence-based housing design to institutional living, from the microlevel of home modifications to the macrolevel of recommendations for ''age-friendly'' communities or even countries. On the other hand, there is also reason for concern when.

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