Lateral horizontal and bullying Concept Analysis: Nurse-to-Nurse Lateral Violence * Jennifer L. Embree RN, MSN, CCNS, NE-BC, Ann H. White RN, PhD, NE-BC Article first published online: 3 AUG 2010 DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-6198.2010.00185.x © 2010 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Issue Nursing Forum Volume 45, Issue 3, pages 166–173, July/September 2010 Nurs Forum. 2013 Apr;48(2):106-13. doi: 10.1111/nuf.12014. http://ilera2012.wharton.upenn.edu/refereedpapers/kaminskimichelle.pdf (research study) Professional comportment: the missing element in nursing practice. Clickner DA, Shirey MR. Nurs Forum. 2013 Apr;48(2):106-13. doi: 10.1111/nuf.12014.
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] I.Introduction TITLE: The Witch of Portobello AUTHOR: Paulo Coelho PUBLICATION INFORMATION: HarperCollins Publishers Copyright, 2006 GENRE: Fiction NUMBER OF PAGES: 268 CHARACTERS: Athena/Sherine Khalil Liliana Deidre O’Neill Giancarlo Fontana Andrea McCain Heron Ryan Antoine Locadour Lukas Jessen-Petersen Pavel Podbielski Samira R. Khalil Nabil Alaihi Peter Sherney Vosho “Bushalo” Lella Zainab Reverend Buck SETTING: London, Transylvania, Beirut, The “Witch of Portobello” tells about a mystified woman named Athena who has specialty to interacting to a omnipotent being named as “Hagia Sofia”. The abstract foundation of the story makes it compelling and more applicable to different situations in life. The author’s purpose seems to give emphasis on a god with no particular religion. He gives importance and motivation that there is a god existing in our world. II.
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Högskolan Dalarna Degree Thesis (EN2012) Florina Tufescu-Fransson Representations of Clarissa and Septimus in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway - A deconstructive approach combined with aspects of feminist and psychoanalytical criticism Spring 2009 Charlotte Hjersing Table of Contents Introduction 1 Critical approaches to Mrs Dalloway 2 Binary Oppositions – Clarissa and Septimus 6 Internal/External 6 Inclusion/Exclusion 9 Existence/Non-existence 11 Past/Present 13 Feminine/Masculine 16 Sane/Insane 20 Conclusion 24 Works Cited 27 1 Introduction On the eighth of October 1922, Virginia Woolf writes in her diary: “I adumbrate here a study of insanity & suicide: the world seen by the sane & the insane side by side – something like that” (207). This study later became the novel Mrs Dalloway, published in 1925. Set in London during one day in June, Mrs Dalloway explores various thoughts and views on life, death, love, and society, through the minds of different characters moving around the city. Clarissa Dalloway is a middle-class woman in her fifties, married to MP Richard Dalloway, about to host a party in the evening. She comes across Peter Walsh, a man with whom she was in love when she was young, who has just returned from a long stay in India.