However, they are opposed by Interpretivists who say they impose the researcher’s framework of ideas on the respondents and they claim this may influence the respondents’ view on the question being asked. A reason as to why some sociologists choose not to use questionnaires when conducting research is because of a chance of a low response rate. This may be a result of people who receive questionnaires being not bothered to complete and return it. This can be a problem as the people who do not respond having a different opinion to those who do respond, this does not provide accurate representativeness. A higher response rate can be obtained if follow-up questionnaires are sent, but this can add to the cost and time.
5. Explain how people may react and respond to receiving constructive feedback Constructive feedback should include both positive feedback and opportunities for development. People my agree with what is being said, express a desire to improve, ask question, look for reassurance, be defensive, express anxiety over what is being said as a reaction and respond to feedback. 6. Explain the importance of seeking feedback to improve practice and inform development Seeking feedback is important to identify what is working well,
This environment could be achieved when being in a relationship with a person who was very understanding, accepting and genuine. Risk taking can be part of a person centred approach as we would choose to use positive and informed risk taking which would involve building a positive view of the individual, and seeking to learn what a persons skills are and what people like about them. In person centred thinking we also explore the consequences of not taking the risk so that these may be balanced against the consequences of taking the risk. Using an individuals care plan contributes to working in a person centred way as this would be constructed by the client with the support of the care worker so that the client has full control, instead of the support plan being made by the care worker so the client feels as if they have no control of their recovery. Work in a person centred way In order to find out the history, preferences, wishes and needs of an individual I would refer to any previous files held with regards to that person, as well as discussing directly with the client what the preferenes etc.
Thinking before acting can help me make wise decisions. However, some disadvantages would be that I can have a lot less fun in life. There will be experiences that I will miss out on. People that I won’t meet and things I will never do. Question 2: How would you rate your own achievement motivation?
Remembering that providing encouragement to feedback will in turn help to highlight any areas of the activity they may need to be improved, and help to assess any issues that they individual may have, it also gives you chance to let them know how well they are doing. 4.2: Agree processes and criteria for evaluating the therapeutic benefits of the group and its activities. Before starting the activity we would agree the process and criteria, planning is part of the process which begins with an assessment, part of the process would be to identify the goals and benefits and the overall aim of what they want to achieve from the activity. 4.3: Carry out own responsibilities for supporting the evaluation and agreeing any revisions. My responsibilities for supporting the individuals would be to ensure that all policies and protocols are up to date and adhered to, that all risk assessments have been carried out, and that the individuals is part of the planning and that they understand what the activity is about and that they understand what is expected of them during the activity.
Hawkins on the other hand presented a different yet equally as informative model. His concentric circles model was an excellent way of explaining the human personality. Additionally, the checklist seemed to be a handy tool for ensuring therapeutic progress. Hawkins seemed to place a greater emphasis on how to help a client achieve spiritual and psychological maturity. He explained that all parts of the human function are addressed in the healing journey.
My judgments are my own and it’s unique. I can’t predict when it happens and when to shut it down, just like my heart beats. I thought this way because whenever I am are faced with someone or something new, I don’t necessarily think over my thoughts to see if it’s reasonable or if I should not think these thoughts. I was questioning how Gladwell will be able to educate and teach someone to control their judgments and first impressions because everyone is different and their thoughts are of course not the same. However, I do understand how learning to control my snap judgments and first impressions is important because it gives people a second chance to prove who they are but everyone is entitled to their own judgment and not everyone has to agree with
Secondly, they authors state, “We need an explanation for why some people, but not others, are able to resist the impulses that nature has given them.” Because we don’t know why someone does something and another person do not, brings us down to a matter of choice. Free will can have a small part in the way people act. Summary: According to Rachel’s, we don’t just do things to do it, we do them because it is behavior that we constantly repeat and most likely get rewarded for. Also, they argue that any of us might behave badly of we were unlucky enough to be in the wrong circumstances. Lastly, they question whether people are just born bad.
If it were in a form of a website it could perhaps be more enticing and more appealing to me, but alas it is not. It seems to be something that my parents would read and do nothing about, it generally seems ineffective and stale, the facts and statistics it brings up although true they seem to be a far cry from a real word context and because of that it seems like propaganda to make people second think using a social network despite its best efforts to shroud such an intention. In conclusion I feel that the Collegian is a better text relative to
Motivation Interviewing offers supportive and compassionate counseling to assist a person to move from denial of the problem to gaining the treatment necessary for recovery and abstinence. It can decrease defensiveness and resistance and increases empowerment and hope. People will go through stages as they change from unhealthy behaviors to healthy, which are cognitive and behavioral. Meeting the person where they are is very important in order to move them from resistance to acceptance. The stages of change helps provide a framework for understanding the process.