Self-determination theory focuses on internal sources of motivation including the need for personal growth and fulfillment. Learn how this process works.
Why do women engage in fat talk? Examining fat talk using Self-Determination Theory as an explanatory frameworkNovember 22, 2016 by Pschult3 ...
In a medical context, respect for a patients personal autonomy is considered one of many fundamental ethical principles in medicine.[25] Autonomy can be defined as the ability of the person to make his or her own decisions. This faith in autonomy is the central premise of the concept of informed consent and shared decision making. This idea, while considered essential to todays practice of medicine, was developed in the last 50 years. According to Tom Beauchamp and James Childress (in Principles of Biomedical Ethics), the Nuremberg trials detailed accounts of horrifyingly exploitative medical experiments which violated the subjects physical integrity and personal autonomy.[26] These incidences prompted calls for safeguards in medical research, such as the Nuremberg Code which stressed the importance of voluntary participation in medical research. It is believed that the Nuremberg Code served as the premise for many current documents regarding research ethics.[27] Respect for autonomy became ...
Assessing the role of womens autonomy and acceptability of intimate-partner violence in maternal health-care utilization in 63 low- and middle-income countries. Int J Epidemiol. 2019 10 01; 48(5):1580-1592 ...
Over the past twenty years, an increasing number of researchers from various universities have been investigating motivational issues underlying the self-regulation of behavior. Using either Self-Determination Theory or closely related theoretical perspectives, these researchers have performed laboratory experiments, as well as field studies in a variety of real-world settings, including education, work, parenting, health care, sport, and protection of the environment. In April 1999, thirty of these researchers convened at the University of Rochester to present their work, share ideas, and discuss future research directions. The Handbook of Self-Determination Research is an outgrowth of that important and fascinating conference. It summarizes the research programs of these social, personality, clinical, developmental, and applied psychologists who have a shared belief in the importance of self-determination for understanding basic motivational processes and for solving pressing real-world problems.
The architecture practice MVRDV and The Why Factory envision a new model for the development of Asian cities. Their idea is The Vertical Village, a three-dimensional community intended to bring back personal autonomy, diversity, flexibility and neighbourhood life to cities in Asia. The architecture practice MVRDV and The Why Factory envision a new model for the development of Asian cities. Their idea is The Vertical Village, a three-dimensional community intended to bring back personal autonomy, diversity, flexibility and neighbourhood life to cities in Asia.. ...
Womens autonomy or empowerment is an important issue to achieve targets for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of Bangladesh. There are several indicators to measure the women empowerment. Health seeking information is one of the most important indicators in this view. This study aims at identifying womens maternal and child health-care seeking in relation to women empowerment in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) 2014 data was used for the study. A total of 1875 women of reproductive age with complete information on the selected predictors were identified for this analysis by multistage stratified cluster sampling design. Multiple logistic regression and |i|X|/i||sup|2|/sup| statistic were used to study determinant factors. A p-value less than 0.05 was considered as statistically significant. Among 1875 women sampled, 87.7% and 88.5% were received antenatal care and postnatal care respectively. Out of women who resided in urban areas, 91.2% women got postnatal care and
Drafters of the Constitution were also sensitive to the duty of the state to promote cultural, religious and linguistic diversity in South Africa. The Constitution thus makes provision for a Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities;34 and it envisions the establishment, by means of national legislation, of a Pan South African Language Board charged, inter alia, with promoting and ensuring respect for Arabic, Hebrew, Sanskrit and other languages used for religious purposes in South Africa.35. It must be emphasized that the right of self-determination of ethnic, religious and linguistic groups (a) is not an unlimited right; and (b) does not include a right to political independence.. 2.1 Limitations of the right to self-determination The Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities excluded from the right to self-determination specific practices of an ethnic, religious ...
Neuroscientists have recently asserted that human and nonhuman animals share comparable brain structures and processes that govern cognition, emotion, and consciousness. This unitary, species-common model of trans-species neuropsychology compels a transformation from the current model of wildlife conservation to wildlife self-determination. Self-determination supports wildlife agency and resilience at the individual and population levels and is based on principles of positive assistance and supportive intervention, parallel sovereignty, and fair terms of cooperation in wildlife-human interactions. The case of Asian elephants (Elephus maximus) in Thailand illustrates how wildlife capture and domination-based captivity, even when intended to conserve animals, can impede self-determination by producing psychophysiologically traumatized wildlife. This article integrates concepts germane to individual animals (agency and trauma recovery) with characteristics of wildlife populations and species ...
Pathological exercise behavior is pervasive in eating disorder psychopathology, yet minimal treatment guidance exists for extinguishing it as little is known about how to differentiate pathological from healthy exercise. The purpose of this study was to characterize pathological exercise in terms of motivation to increase the specificity with which both pathological and healthy exercise is described and to inform treatment interventions. Latent profile analysis characterized homogenous groups based on exercise motivation in two samples: college women (n = 200) and women with eating psychopathology (n = 211). These profiles were compared on levels of eating and general psychopathology and emotion dysregulation. Three profiles emerged describing sedentary, pathological exercise, and athlete groups in the first sample, and five profiles describing neutral, sedentary, weight loss, athlete, and pathological exercise groups emerged in the second sample. Findings indicate that motivation style is ...
Utgångspunkten för denna uppsats har varit sambandet mellan autonomi, självständig motivation och målkongruens. Sambandet har hämtats från Self-Determination Theory, där autonomi anses vara en förutsättning för att uppleva självständig motivation som i sin tur anses viktigt för att skapa målkongruens i en organisation. Då autonomi inte är en självklarhet inom alla yrken har syftet med studien varit att undersöka sambandet mellan motivation och målkongruens bland anställda med standardiserade arbetsuppgifter på ett produktionsföretag. Fallföretaget för studien har varit Sandvik AB som verkar inom tillverkningsindustrin. Det empiriska materialet har inhämtats på en och samma avdelning genom intervjuer med en produktionschef samt nio anställda. De anställda har även besvarat en enkät om motivation gentemot arbetet. Det empiriska materialet har analyserats utifrån Self-Determination Theory och teori om målkongruens. Studien har visat att respondenterna med ...
Curtin University would like to pay our respect to the indigenous members of our community by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which the Perth Campus is located, the Wadjuk people of the Nyungar Nation; and on our Kalgoorlie Campus, the Wongutha people of the North-Eastern Goldfields ...
Self-Determination Theory is considered one of the leading theories of human motivation. This approach has been adopted by thousands of scientists worldwide. ...
Text of S. 2036 (103rd): Indian Self-Determination Contract Reform Act ... as of Oct 7, 1994 (Referred to House Committee version). S. 2036 (103rd): Indian Self-Determination Contract Reform Act of 1994
The present study explored the factors that encouraged individuals with more than three months of CrossFit experience to adopt this exercise program. Moreover, results support the psychological motivational theory, Self-Determination Theory, posited by Ryan and Deci (2000, 2002). SDT postulates individuals possess three essential psychological needs, which when fulfilled encourage self-determination and thus, more satisfying lives and the possibility of developing persistence and achievement in the activity. The three needs hypothesized by SDT include competence, autonomy and relatedness (Deci & Ryan, 1985; Ryan & Deci, 2000, 2002). Competence involves the feeling or perception that one is able to complete a task effectively; autonomy is the belief that participation in an action is elected freely; and lastly, relatedness involves a sense of belongingness to others (Ryan & Deci, 2000, 2002). Results suggest that adopting a CrossFit based training program is an active and multifaceted process ...
Self-determination always depends on first defining the size of the unit to be self-determined. For example, in trying to assure self-determination for the South Vietnamese, we have run into the difficulty that not everyone agrees that South Vietnam is a proper unit for the purpose, in comparison with the whole of Vietnam as a nation. Similarly we can espouse self-determination for the Chinese on Taiwan, but success in the venture will depend on whether enough of the Chinese people there and elsewhere will regard Taiwan as a proper unit for self-determination. The message we get from the governments in Taipei and Peking, and also I think from the Chinese historical record, is negative. Self-determination, like the bill of rights, due process, and other Western ideals, has not bulked the same in Chinese experience. On the contrary, Chinas concept of nationalism tends to embrace everyone within the Chinese race-and-culture-quite unlike French and German patriots who have their nationalisms within ...
Where Sovereigns and Cultures Collide: Balancing Federalism, Tribal Self-determination, and Individual Rights in the Adoption of Indian Children by Gays and Lesbians
Torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment share the following essential characteristics: 1) an intentional infliction of suffering in another person, 2) without that persons informed consent, and 3) not intended to promote that persons welfare. The second condition is essential to distinguish cruelty from, say, painful medical experiments that people might freely volunteer to undergo solely to help others. Condition three is needed to exclude painful medical treatments given to children or the mentally retarded for their own good but without their informed consent, since they lack that capacity. But any actions characterized by all three conditions are at least prima facie immoral, because they are clearly in tension with moral principles basic to virtually every serious normative theory today: compassion or concern for the well-being of others (entailing nonmaleficence or non-harm), and respect for personal autonomy, dignity and equality. By implication, a right not to be ...
Public health is a discipline focused on promoting the health of communities as well as local, regional, national and international populations. This may include public education and mandatory or voluntary health programs that promote general health and safety research (such as food &water safety and the impact of environmental hazards), preventing widespread outbreaks of disease or other serious health problems within a population (such as through vaccination and the detection and control of infectious diseases), as well as the examining, preparing for, and responding to health threats posed by natural and human-made disasters. As part of its community-based engagement, public health also examines and seeks to limit disparities in healthcare access and outcomes. Bioethical issues specific to public health include among other things the role of public health agencies in limiting personal autonomy, maintaining individual privacy in the collection of public health data, and safety and efficacy of ...
I believe in personal autonomy, a cornerstone of the consent process in the health care system. Each person has the inherent right to decide what to put in their body, what treatment to have, or to re...
I believe in personal autonomy, a cornerstone of the consent process in the health care system. Each person has the inherent right to decide what to put in their body, what treatment to have, or to re...
Americans who do reach age 50 generally arrive at this age in poorer health than their counterparts in other high-income countries, and as older adults they face greater morbidity and mortality from chronic diseases that arise from risk factors that are often established earlier in life, the report stated.. While there are many possible causes, one leading factor is American culture, which tends to cherish personal autonomy and less government intrusion -- attitudes that produce more unsafe and unhealthy behaviors, Woolf said.. Americans also rely on cars for transportation more and eat food generally prepared in a less healthy way. And the U.S. has a smaller number of primary care providers than its peer countries and greater problems coordinating care, the study found.. Despite Americas severe disadvantage in health outcomes, the research found hospital mortality rates are comparable to other countries. Its when people leave the hospital and go out into the community that quality of life ...
Objectives: The objectives of this study were to examine for the first time the prevalence of visual impairment and blindness among adults in Spain, to explore regional differences, and to assess whether they may vary as a function of sex or be explained by age and individual or regional socioeconomic position. Design: Data were obtained from the 2008 Spanish Survey on Disability, Personal Autonomy, and Dependency Situations, a cross-sectional survey based on a representative sample of the noninstitutionalized population of Spain. Participants: The sample was composed of 213 626 participants aged =15 years (103 093 men and 110 533 women); 360 were blind (160 men and 200 women), 4048 had near visual impairment (1397 men and 2651 women), and 4034 had distance visual impairment (1445 men and 2589 women). Methods: The prevalence of near and distance visual impairment was calculated for each region. Multiple logistic regression models were fitted to calculate odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals. ...
FWR: Like Saturdays at the Philharmonic, many of the stories in your book Lessons in Another Language portray characters in the midst of some form of sexual awakening. Though the stories are set in the late sixties and early seventies, the characters experiences with sex seem more painfully emotional than the narratives of freedom and personal autonomy we so often associate with that period. What are your thoughts on the relationship between subject and chronological setting?. MS: Culture changes so slowly we dont see the changes until we hold a memory against the present. In my last collection, Lessons in Another Language, I was compelled to revisit the period I grew up in through fiction because I understand it differently now that I am an adult. I feel a bit wiser because of experience, but Ive also gained a different perspective through the cultural changes Ive lived through. Thats where sex comes in. As a culture, it seems to me we are less naïve. I believe (I hope) we are more ...
What a joy to visit the Institut Guttmann for the first time as the Minister for the Catalan Government. As always, recognising the work that you carry out in the promotion of personal autonomy for all the people you care for and, above all, the human quality that is seen in everywhere in your institution. I want to establish a fruitful collaboration for the welfare of people. Onward!
Are we losing our personal autonomy, as our every move is registered and analyzed by algorithmic technology? A tech prodigy and his best friend are confronted with such questions, when their new app becomes a global success. Delphi is a smart scifi-film that takes our growing technological dependence under careful scrutiny by telling a high paced and highly realistic tale of an app capable of predicting our wants and needs.. CAST. Sigurd: Simon ...
The Motivation Mirror app measures nine education indicators related to students feelings of autonomy, competence and relatedness, as described in Deci and Ryans Self-determination Theory (2000).. Collecting data using an app fits within recent trends and developments of todays secondary education. The app has an intuitive and gamelike interface to enhance accessibility and ease of use. Everyone has the opportunity to provide and share information at a moment that suits them best.. Students can regularly indicate their experience with and motivation for different subjects and teachers using the slider of the app. By asking students for their opinions about specific subjects as well as asking questions in which different subjects are compared, the app can differentiate between intuitive opinions and well-considered judgments.. The app presents the questions in randomized order. In this way, the teachers can quickly receive information from different students, and its practically ruled out ...
Barbara Frederickson and colleagues developed the Broaden-and-build theory which emphasizes the role of positive emotions and thoughts in growth. If youre more positive, then you are more likely to be active and to pursue your goals. Of course, those in pain are frustrated, but the Broaden-and-build theory suggests that we can induce positive affect in others. How can we do that?. A recent trial for knee osteoarthritis shows how we can use positive psychology interventions to decrease negativity - and even decrease pain. One easy exercise to use from the protocol is the 3 good things exercise. For this, write down three good things that happen each day, and include explanations for why they were successful.. The Self-determination Theory suggests that humans have basic psychological needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness. We want to feel free to choose what they want to do; we want to feel good at what we do; and we want to feel connected to one another. Physios have the opportunity ...
The Self-determination theory and The Vallerands Hierarchical Model has been studied with different types of social factors that can bring different consequences. The purpose of this work was if responsibility and social climate could predict the social and prosocial behaviors and vio-lence. For this, 429 students (M = 11.46, SD = 1.92) participated in this study answering a ques-tionnaire with five variables: school climate, responsibility, motivation, satisfaction of psycholog-ical needs, prosocial and antisocial behaviors and violence. The main results saw that the most part of variables were correlated positive and directly except with antisocial behaviors and vio-lence. On the other hand, prediction model (X2 = 584.145 (98); RMSEA = 0.104 [90% CI = 0.096, 0.112]; TLI = 0.849; CFI = 0.894) showed that responsibility and school climate can predict psy-chological basic needs and these needs, can improve the autonomous motivation and finally have positive consequences improving prosocial behaviors and
Despite its well-established benefits, physical activity engagement is low in the adult population; evidence suggests that this is especially a concern for women ,60 years. The purpose of this mixed methods study was to explore the feasibility of a 6-week randomized control trial of self-determination theory-based dance and walking programs for older women. Primary outcomes were feasibility measures: recruitment, retention, and satisfaction. Secondary outcomes included self-reported physical activity, behavioral regulations, and psychological needs. Thirty-five women completed the study (M = 62.8 ± 4.8 years), representing 39% recruitment and 95% retention rate. Both programs were highly attended. Exploratory effect sizes for secondary measures were promising. Emergent themes highlighted the importance of servant leadership concepts in the group setting for motivating physical activity. Our findings provide support for expanding this trial to a full-scale study. ...
Historically, second language learning and study abroad programming have run in natural conjunction. However, in recent years there has been a slow but steady decline in the number of foreign language students in higher education who are choosing to study abroad to further their second language acquisition. This study explores this topic through a case study at Marquette University, and aims to answer the research question: What are the motivations and barriers of foreign language students to study their second language abroad? Using a student survey and in-person interviews with professionals in the field, data is collected on the most significant student motivators and deterrents to study abroad, and responses are then presented and analyzed for meaning. This data, in turn, helps to inform advising practices for Marquettes education abroad team and concludes with recommendations for further research. With connection to motivational theories such as Self-Determination Theory and the Socio-Educational
Prior research has found a relationship between the health habits of individuals and their financial well-being. Little research has been conducted, however, to explore the nature of the health-wealth connection. The purpose of this study was to explore and test the association of physical health behaviors, namely exercise and diet, and health information search behaviors, and financial wellness. Using data from the 2008 wave of National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79), retirement planning activities were used as a proxy for financial wellness, and self-determination theory as a framework for the analysis, this study found that individuals who engage in health information search behaviors, such as reading the contents and nutrition details of food labels, are more likely to engage in financial planning activities ...
Hi Lorinda, I like you inclusion of the Van Gogh painting, but I think you should also mention him in the text just to make it a little more relevant. I like you inclusion of a table, but at the top you should have another row that says Disorder Type(??) above the disorders and Definition/explanation/description above the right column. I also dont think you have cited or presented your Krause quote correctly within the text. I also suggest that you use some coloured boxes to break up the text as it is a little hard on the eyes. Information on that here. Under your Self-Determination Theory section you also switch titling styles. Maybe stick with one, otherwise it looks messy. Otherwise, the chapter flows well and makes sense! Looking good so far! Good luck! Cora --Cora.boyle (discuss • contribs) 23:58, 20 October 2016 (UTC) Hi Lorinda, I agree with Cora, the chapter appears to flow well and the inclusion of the paintings works. Maybe introduce Gogh in the Overview. I note also that you ...
(Here are links to the previous chapters in this series |Zone of Proximal Development; Transformative Learning Theory; Spaced Repetition Theory; Self-Determination Theory; Organizational Learning| We need your help. Before we publish all of these chapters as an ebook, we want the health professions community to weigh in on the confusing, missing, and disputed sections of each…
Autonomy is paying $380m for Iron Mountains archiving and online backup business.. The Cambridge-based company said the purchase showed the truth of its prediction of the merging of regulatory archiving and search functions for businesses.. The deal adds five petabytes of company data and 6,000 customers to Autonomys cloud business - which now runs 25 petabytes of data from 25,000 customers.. Autonomy gets Iron Mountains eDiscovery business, online backup and recovery. The medical records archive and escrow service are not included.. Customers of Active Iron Mountain Digital will continue to be supported.. Autonomy will spend about $10m on integration costs in the next two quarters. It expects the deal to slightly dilute earnings this year before improving them in 2012.. The markets seem to like the deal - Autonomy shares are up 5.5 per cent this morning.. Autonomys statement on the Iron Mountain deal is here. ®. ...
In terms of medical ethics, autonomy relates to self governance or personal control. One of the main aims of implementing these surveillance monitoring devices is the promotion of increased independence. Most carers, whether relatives or paid staff, want the best for the person they support. Alongside doctors duties of beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice, respect for patient autonomy is invoked as a cardinal principle. The legal courts in various jurisdictions have confirmed the principle of respect for patient autonomy in the language of rights of self-determination. This is not merely viewed as a a rejection of a paternalistic tradition of doctor knows best, but includes differing philosophical positions including those of Kant.. There are a number of possible reasons why a person with dementia might wander, and this is related to which parts of the mind or brain are affected at any particular time. Here is yet another example where it is unhelpful to think of dementia as one big ...
Definition of Autonomy in the Financial Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is Autonomy? Meaning of Autonomy as a finance term. What does Autonomy mean in finance?
Autonomy and Mental Disorder explores the nature and value of autonomy with reference to mental disorder, reflects on instances of mental disorder where autonomy is apparently compromised, and offers a systematic discussion of the underlying presuppositions of the present autonomy debates.
The basic relationship between people should be care, and the caring life is the highest which humans can live. Unfortunately, care that is not thoughtful slides into illegitimate intrusion on autonomy. Autonomy is a basic good, and we should not abridge it without good reason. On the other hand, it is not the only good. We must sometimes intervene in the lives of others to protect them from grave harms or provide them with important benefits.
Het contact tussen beide instellingen is sindsdien geintensiveerd. In it, Belmonts chief scribe, noted Georgetown philosopher Tom Beauchamp, candidly describes his inherent suspicion of the word person and the commissions view that exploring its meaning was only going to get us in trouble.. Before going further, let me acknowledge the obvious: Any properly conceived notion of bioethics must include autonomy as one of its central tenets. Radical Autonomy / nieuwe werelden van niks In april 2006 opende bij Stroom Den Haag de tentoonstelling Modern©ité, een initiatief van Le Grand Café. Withholding the truth from patients does not serve their interests. Autonomys radical expression exerts a harmful effect on modern culture not just by its supposed power to liberate us from our perceived shackles, but also by its power to deprive persons of their rights and liberties. They chose instead to grow a network of teams. Radical is defined as: …thoroughgoing or extreme, especially as regards ...
Not too infrequently, I get into arguments with fellow pro-choicers about the sincerity of those who profess moral or religious objections to abortion. Its really all about sex or all about denying women autonomy, I am told; all the God-talk and the fetus posters are a shuck. I understand ...
This thesis studies the relationship between womens autonomy and the incidence of violence against women, using India as a case study. A review of research conducted on the causes and motivation of aggressors, as well as ...
eng] The respect for patients autonomy has become a fundamental principle of bioethics, which has led to legal changes and a shift of the healthcare model, but in the case of minor patients it is very controversial: medical decisions are not taken advantage of in order to support these patients in their maturing process, so it is difficult to respect the autonomy which is neither recognized nor promoted. There is a double cause for this. On the one hand, minors have been and are seen as immature, as having no reasoning power and, in the medical field, in a biocentrical way. This has prevented healthcare professionals to gain awareness of their educative role and, consequently, the current healthcare relationship is not an empowering one but a paternalistic or adultistic one. On the other hand, the legislation upon which professionals rely establishes three criteria for dealing with minors decisional capacity, two of which are ambiguous, because of being subjective (maturity and best interests ...
Repping bad content is the chore, not the SRS itself. If you had majority fun stuff in your SRS and you did your reps in a fun way (a timeboxed, selective, MCD-like way as opposed to an exhaustive, exhausting, boring way)…only fun could be had. Fun is not in the what of SRS but in the how of SRS: with fun content in a fun way. SRS itself, the tool, is largely neutral.. Would that I could serve you better. Would that I could express myself better for you. But my vocabulary is too weak. I cannot put into words how simple and powerful throwing stuff out is. But I know from personal experience the intense internal resistance people have to doing it because I myself had this resistance. I tried everything but deletion, I had an almost moral revulsion to it, like a middle-aged woman who cant let go of stupid trinkets and mementos that wont bring anybody back from the dead, or those literal and figurative grandmas in Japan who try to get you to eat every grain of rice. Screw you and your rice, ...
There is no general consensus on how to describe autistic people/people with autism/autism spectrum folk, though surveys suggest that autistic person is preferred by a large majority. Understanding this is step one. Step two is realizing that we live in a society that is really bad about giving people with disabilities any sort of self determination at all, especially people whose disabilities are developmental. Autism is one of these. That means autistic people are going to be extremely touchy about anything that even smells like taking away self-determination, and not respecting language choices is one of those things. We have our reasons. And guess what? The more someone has had self-determination taken away from them, the more likely they are to be on guard if someone tries it again. That means that some people are going to care more than others. So how do you get it right ...
let them do these things. I think weve just sort of missed the boat on that. And we need to back that up. We need to move it out of the realm of a disability thing and a realm of all kids are ...
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Speakers: Dr Antal Berkes (University of Manchester), Dr Elisenda Marcer (University of Birmingham) and Thomas de Waal (Carnegie Europe, London/Brussels)
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Vaccination can reduce child mortality significantly and is a cost effective way to improve child health.Worldwide, more than 22 million children do not receive the basic recommended vaccinations.Vaccination coverage in Ethiopia remains low. Research on child health has focused on socio-economic factors such as maternal education and access to health care, but little attention has been given to demographic factors and womens autonomy within the household. The purpose of this study was to examine the influences of demographic factors and womens autonomy on the completion of childhood vaccination in rural Ethiopia.. Methods ...
Ultimately I did, but you know what I talked about the van driving job that I did earlier and through my lates teens and early 20s I wont say I wasted my life but I certainly didnt have any strong sense of motivation about what it was that I wanted to do, I didnt have any ambition. So I worked to earn money. So I worked as a van driver, I worked in a pub, I worked I worked herding cattle in the cattle market, I worked in a circus, I did various clerical and van driving jobs, I did all sorts of different things. But Ill be doing them so that I had enough money to live. So although there were aspects of some of those jobs that I enjoyed genuinely I didnt enjoy them at all and then in my mid 20s I went to university to do a drama degree. Thats when I discovered ambition, thats when I decided I wanted to be an actor and then subsequently a writer, and really ever since then I have to say that Im very happy with my work, you know, sometimes aspects are less exciting. And its interesting that ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A dynamic approach to communication in health literacy education. AU - Veenker, Herman. AU - Paans, Wolter. PY - 2016/10/21. Y1 - 2016/10/21. N2 - Background: Research within the framework of Self-Determination Theory (SDT) indicates that patients autonomy is to be considered a critical health care outcome in its own right since it promotes improved mental and physical health.This paper presents an analysis of studies addressing communication and interaction interventions in health literacy curricula for medical and health care practitioners, focusing on patient-oriented skills in making sense and to adapt and self-manage. For evaluating interventions, underlying communication models were traced. The criteria for good practice are making sense and supporting autonomy in making choices. For the search of interventions, keywords from both the framework of the EU-project, Intervention Research on Health Literacy among Ageing population (IROHLA), as well as the SDT (Self ...
Abstract: This is part 4 of 18 in a series of videos from the National Goals in Research, Policy, and Practice meeting. The meeting aimed to advance a research agenda that influences policy and practice for and with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Two individuals share their ideas on what self-advocacy and self-determination means to them and other individuals with I/DD. They talk about the self-advocacy movement, managed care and the medical system, peer-to-peer support, self-advocacy organizations, what they think needs to be done in the future to promote self-determination, and how important it is to teach these skills to individuals with a disability. Run time: 7 minutes 33 seconds. ...
far richer moral texture than that suggested by adversarial procedure 11 The Court s vain attempt to justify the abortion license in terms of an all encompassing right of personal autonomy has begun to infect other areas of the law Thus the autonomy logic of the Court s 1992 Casey decision is now invoked as a warrant for a constitutional right to euthanasia And if it were followed to its conclusion this logic would require us to consider such profound human relationships as the bond between husband and wife or the bond between parents and children to be nothing more than matters of contract with the claims of the autonomous individual trumping all other claims Enshrined by the Court to legalize abortion on demand this autonomy logic threatens to give us an America in which the only actors of consequence are the individual and the state no other community including the community of husband and wife or the community of parents and children will have effective constitutional standing 12 The Supreme ...
Defends a theory of social justice for education from within an egalitarian version of liberalism. The theory involves a strong commitment to educational equality, and to the idea that childrens rights include a right to personal autonomy. The book argues that school reform must always be evaluated from the perspective of social justice and applies the theory, in particular, to school choice proposals. It looks at the parental choice schemes in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and in England and Wales, and argues that they fall short of the requirements of justice, but that not all such schemes must do so. It elaborates an abstract voucher scheme that would combine choice with justice, and offers ways by which actual choice‐based reform can be modified to meet the requirements of justice.
Documentary Makes a Strong Stance Against Legalization of Euthanasia in Canada - Through the lives of 5 individuals, this production explores how the legalisation of Euthanasia would affect society, in particular those who are most vulnerable: the disabled, the elderly and those who are chronically ill. Done in association with the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, this powerful documentary looks at the concepts of compassion, dignity, quality of life, personal autonomy and choice, and explores how the law works in shaping a society. The documentary includes Canadian disability rights activist, Catherine Frazee and Palliative Care Nurse Consultant, Jean Echlin, as well as Wesley Smith, attorney for the International Task Force Against Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide and Terri Schiavos brother, Bobby Schindler.
Decision-making is considered a fundamental aspect of personal autonomy and can be affected in psychiatric and neurologic diseases. It has been shown that cognitive deficits in dementia impact negatively on decision-making. Moreover, studies highlighted impaired clinical competence in neuropsychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. In this context, the current study explored the relationship between behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) and clinical competence, especially the capacity to consent to treatment, in Alzheimers Disease (AD). Seventy-one patients with mild to moderate AD participated, completing assessments for capacity to consent to treatment, general cognition and neuropsychiatric disturbances. For each neuropsychiatric symptom, patients with and without the particular disturbance were compared on the different subscales of the MacArthur Competence Tool for Treatment (Understanding, Appreciation, Reasoning and Expression). The results showed that
The word autonomy comes from the Greek autos-nomos meaning self-rule or self-determination. According to Kantian ethics, autonomy is based on the human capacity to direct ones life according to rational principles. He states, Everything in nature works in accordance with laws. Only a rational being has the capacity to act in accordance with the representation of laws, that is, in accordance with principles, or has a will. Since reason is required for the derivation of actions from laws, the will is nothing other than practical reason. (In Korsgaard, 2004). Rationality, in Kants view, is the means to autonomy. Autonomous people are considered as being ends in themselves in that they have the capacity to determine their own destiny, and as such must be respected. For John Stuart Mill, the concept of respect for autonomy involves the capacity to think, decide and act on the basis of such thought and decision freely and independently. Mill advocated the principle of autonomy (or the ...
Ron Paul is great, I hope we can pull-off a victory. In this day and age I cannot figure why Paul is the only candidate of his type. It seems such a no-brainer that personal autonomy is the only just and fair system of government. If I were a politician I cannot see taking any other stance. Ron Paul is like garlic to a vampire; those who hate him are out to suck us dry, the haters of freedom and liberty ...
McLaughlin, Colleen (1993) Counselling in a secondary setting - developing policy and practice. In: Bovair, Keith and McLaughlin, Colleen (eds.) Counselling in schools : a reader. David Fulton Publishers, London, pp. 36-51. ISBN 9781853462245 Winters, L. Alan (1993) Expanding EC Membership and Association Accords: Recent Experience and Future Prospects. In: Anderson, K and Blackhurst, R (eds.) Regional Integration and the Global Trading System. Harverster-Wheatsheaf, pp. 104-125. ISBN 9780745014746 Booth, David A (1993) A framework for neurophysiological studies of ingestion. In: Booth, David A (ed.) Neurophysiology of ingestion. Pergamon, Oxford, pp. 1-17. ISBN 978000419886 Bridgeman, Jo (1993) Demanding reproductive control? In: Body politics: control versus freedom. The role of feminism in womens personal autonomy. University of Liverpool Faculty of Law Feminist Legal Research Unit. ISBN 9780952214809 Becker, Saul (1993) Personal social services. In: Catterall, Peter and Preston, Virginia ...
Today, we interview Olga Martínez expert at the Catalan Arthroplasty Register (RACat) and Xavier Mora, specialist in traumatology and orthopaedic surgery with a Master in biomaterials. They are two professionals involved in arthroplasties, a subject of great impact among a large sector of the population. We focus on aspects of recommendation and prognosis related to the pathology and on the value of registries for quality care.. In what cases is an arthroplasty intervention recommended?. Xavier: The most important surgical indication to carry out a knee or hip arthroplasty is arthrosis. Advanced arthrosis has a considerable social impact with a loss of life quality for the person affected due to pain, a loss of personal autonomy and an increase in dependency. In addition, the loss or reduction in mobility can worsen existing diseases such as diabetes or heart diseases. It is in these situations when an arthroplasty is recommended which will reduce pain and improve joint mobility.. Olga: In our ...
Purpose: Traditional approaches to improving preventive care have had limited success. In response, researchers have adopted new ways of examining the primary care environment and clinical encounters to better understand the factors that impact care delivery. We examined how clinicians make preventive counseling decisions to ascertain if self-determination theory (SDT) may further clarify influences on clinicians decisions to take time for preventive counseling.. Methods: We studied clinical decision making through a mixed-method approach using obesity counseling as an example of preventive counseling. We conducted in-depth interviews and focus groups with 30 primary care clinicians in RIOS Net, a Southwestern US practice-based research network and distributed a survey, which was completed by 75% of 195 network members. We then used the components of SDT autonomy, competence, and relatedness to organize the factors that clinicians identified as most influential in their preventive counseling ...
This book describes the encounter between the common law legal system and the tribal peoples of North America and Australasia. It is a history of the role of anglophone law in managing relations between the British settlers and indigenous peoples. That history runs from the plantation of Ireland and settlement of the New World to the end of the 20th century. The book begins by looking at the nature of British imperialism and the position of non-Christian peoples at large in the 17th and 18th centuries. It then focuses on North America and Australasia from their early national periods in the 19th century to the modern era. The historical basis of relations is described through the key, enduring, but constantly shifting questions of sovereignty, status and, more latterly, self-determination. Throughout the history of engagement with common law legalism, questions surrounding the settler-states recognition - or otherwise - of the integrity of the tribe have recurred. These issues were addressed in many
Delegates called upon administering Powers today to take the necessary steps to attain the rapid decolonization of the 17 remaining Non-Self-Governing Territories, as the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) began its general debate on that topic.. El Salvadors representative, speaking on behalf of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), expressed solidarity with the Non‑Self‑Governing Territories of that region that recently suffered the effects of natural disasters. The small island Territories of the Caribbean and the Pacific constitute the majority of such Territories, he noted, calling for the sustained and balanced growth of their fragile economies. He added that the administering Powers should not thwart their efforts towards self-determination. CELAC also called for the resumption of negotiations between Argentina and the United Kingdom for a peaceful solution to the dispute over the Malvinas* Islands, he said.. Agreeing, Brazils ...
Kolbel, Max (2007) True as Ambiguous. Philosophy and phenomenological research. ISSN 1933-1592 (Submitted). Thøgersen-Ntoumani, Cecilie and Ntoumanis, Nikos (2007) A Self-determination Theory Approach to the Study of Body Image Concerns, Self-presentation and Self-perceptions in a Sample of Aerobic Instructors. Journal of Health Psychology, 12 (2). pp. 301-305. ISSN 1359-1053. Eversden, Lis and Maggs, Fiona and Nightingale, Peter and Jobanputra, Paresh (2007) A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of hydrotherapy and land exercises on overall well being and quality of life in rheumatoid arthritis. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2007, 8:23.. Sheikh, Lumaan and Johnston, Shelley and Thangaratinam, Shakila and Kilby, Mark D and Khan, Khalid S (2007) A review of the methodological features of systematic reviews in maternal medicine. BMC Medicine, 5 (1). p. 10. ISSN 17417015. Mant, J.W.F. and Fitzmaurice, D.A. and Hobbs, F.D.R. and Jowett, S.M. and Murray, E.T. and Holder, R.L. and Davies, M. and ...
Gorard, Stephen and Smith, Emma (2008) (Mis)understanding underachievement: a response to Connolly. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29 (6). pp. 705-714. ISSN 1465-3346. Houghton, H.A.G. (2008) A Newly Identified Old Latin Gospel Manuscript: Würzburg Universitätsbibliothek M.p.th.f.67. The Journal of Theological Studies, 60 (1). pp. 1-21. ISSN 1477-4607. Taylor, Ian M. and Ntoumanis, Nikos and Standage, Martyn (2008) A Self-Determination Theory Approach to Understanding the Antecedents of Teachers Motivational Strategies in Physical Education. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30 (1). pp. 75-94. ISSN 0895-2779. Vickers, Steven (2008) A localic theory of lower and upper integrals. Mathematical Logic Quarterly, 54 (4). pp. 109-123. ISSN 0942-5616. Gaffney, E A and Heath, J K and Kwiatkowska, M Z (2008) A mass action model of a Fibroblast Growth factor signaling pathway and its simplification. Bulletin of mathematical biology, 70 (8). pp. 2229-2263. ISSN 1522-9602. Bujalska, ...
The first aim of this work was to examine the independent influence of students perceived autonomy support for leisure-time physical activity (LTPA), from different school community agents, on motivational outcomes in a LTPA context and objective PA levels. Using both a variable- and person-centered approach, the second aim was to examine how different combinations of autonomy-support were associated with students motivational outcomes in a LTPA context and PA levels. A sample of 178 secondary students (M = 13.26 ± 0.64) participated in the study. Autonomy support for LTPA from the PE teacher, mother, father, and peers were the only agents that significantly and positively predicted motivational outcomes in a LTPA context and PA levels. While the two- and three-way interactions of some of these four significant sources significantly increased the explained variance of some motivational outcomes, the plots revealed that the lowest values of motivational outcomes were associated with low values of
This is a question healthcare professionals have to answer almost every day. As they work with patients and families who are making healthcare decisions, the goal is to move care in the right direction. How much control should patients have over their healthcare choices? Isnt the answer obvious? The most intuitive answer would be as much control as possible. Why would a patient not want to have control over his or her healthcare decisions? When might a patient not be able to fully control their care choices?. The ethical principle of autonomy, which has many definitions, is highly valued in personal healthcare decision-making. Autonomy should be considered when it has features which relate to people, self determination or self governance, all of which are relevant to making healthcare decisions.. Two concepts will assist in answering our question. First, to be autonomous (literally a self-lawmaker), an individual must have adequate knowledge to explore and examine all options relevant to the ...
This book proposes a comprehensible, context-sensitive and flexible framework for the development of pedagogy for autonomy in language education. The «framework» metaphor highlights the effort to identify structuring elements in the authors stance towards pedagogy for autonomy, which fall into three domains -the context, the learner, and the teacher. In each domain, the authors raise ethical, conceptual and practical issues that are crucial to their perspective and offer a basis for reflection on learner and teacher development towards learner and teacher autonomy. The book proposes a common definition for learner and teacher autonomy within a vision of education as transformation and empowerment. Pedagogy for autonomy is operationalized through a set of ten general principles.. ...
Your text also refers to the principle of self-determination. As a consequence of British expulsion of the Argentine population and administration in 1833, less than 1% of the population in the islands today is Argentine. This demographic reality directly reflects British Government policy and practise. Applying the principle of self-determination to the current population of the islands serves British state power well, not justice. By moulding the self whose self-determination is referred to in the text, British government use of the principle effectively decapitates a long-standing and widely held sense of unfairness in the Argentine population of almost 40 million. Maria Victoria Perotti, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO). Oslo ...
I advocate consensual prosthetic self-determination myself, after all, so I cant say I disapprove of folks seeking to change themselves, either, so long as they arent under duress or unduly misinformed about risks and costs and benefits and so on. I take consensual prosthetic self-determination to be the usual Pro-Choice politics, simply elaborated to include both the right of all women to end their unwanted pregnancies safely as well as to facilitate wanted ones through assistive reproductive techniques, but also elaborated further to include a host of familiar civil libertarian positions on biomedical and lifeway issues concerning the self-determination of end-of-life conditions, informed consensual comparatively harmless recreational drug use, consensual body modification (cosmetic procedures, sexual reassignments, body modifications like tattoos and piercings and so on), and elaborated further still in the context of actually emerging genetic, prosthetic, and cognitive interventions to ...
Association of patient autonomy with increased transplantation and survival among new dialysis patients in the United States. ...
Is the Mundell-Fleming trilemma alive and well? International co-movement of asset prices takes place alongside synchronized business cycles, complicating the identification of financial spillovers and assessments of monetary policy autonomy. A benchmark for interest rate comovement is to impose the null hypothesis that central banks respond only to the outlook for domestic inflation and output. We show that common approaches used to estimate interest rate spillovers tend to understate the degree of monetary autonomy enjoyed by small open economies with flexible exchange rates. We propose an empirical strategy that partials out those spillovers that are associated with impaired monetary autonomy. Using this approach, we revisit the predictions of the trilemma and find more compelling evidence that flexible exchange rates deliver monetary autonomy than prior work has suggested.
By: Rep. Edcel C. Lagman, 30 September 2020). Mr. Speaker and Distinguished Sponsor: The Constitution grants fiscal autonomy to the Judiciary as well as to the Office of the Ombudsman, the constitutional bodies like the Commission on Audit, Civil Service Commission and Commission on Elections, and also to the Commission on Human Rights, in order to respect and protect their independence from the interference and control of partisan politics, particularly from the Legislature and the Executive.. Unfortunately, their enjoyment of fiscal autonomy is unequal because only the Appropriations for the Judiciary may not be reduced by the legislature below the amount appropriated for the previous year. (Sec. 3 of Art. VIII of the Constitution).. There must be parity in the enjoyment of fiscal autonomy by the Judiciary and the other independent offices like that of the Office of the Ombudsman.. The Congress is not prohibited from adopting a policy of equal fiscal autonomy in favor of the other offices ...
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ABSTRACT: One of the most challenging scenarios in obstetric care occurs when a pregnant patient refuses recommended medical treatment that aims to support her well-being, her fetuss well-being, or both. In such circumstances, the obstetrician-gynecologists ethical obligation to safeguard the pregnant womans autonomy may conflict with the ethical desire to optimize the health of the fetus. Forced compliance-the alternative to respecting a patients refusal of treatment-raises profoundly important issues about patient rights, respect for autonomy, violations of bodily integrity, power diffe... ...
This study investigated perceived coercion among patients with SUD that were admitted either involuntarily or voluntarily to receive inpatient hospital treatment. The VA group showed significantly higher scores than the IA group on the internal sources of perceived coercion (Self subscale). No individual characteristics or independent variables were identified that affected perceived coercion in any clinically significant magnitude. Despite the different legal statuses of these groups upon admission to the hospital, the IA group did not report more perceived coercion, overall.. Many clinicians are reluctant to invoke coerced SUD treatment. For some, concern about patient autonomy is the primary deterrence to using coercive treatment, even when the individuals autonomy is clearly compromised by the cognitive and neurobiological effects of alcohol or substance abuse [23]. In modern bioethics, autonomy is considered one of the overarching ethical principles for protecting patients liberties and ...
Dr. Lauren A. Plante, a US obstetrician, has written a wonderful article (a MUST read!) in response to the increasing industrialization of childbirth (cesarean section). Dr. Plante asserts that on-demand cesareans do not represent the height of womens autonomy, but are, in fact, the opposite. She calls for true autonomy for women - the right to choose from a spectrum of choices ...
Automotive supplier Delphi plans to spin off its powertrain unit in order to focus on developing technology for autonomous driving systems and electrically powered vehicles.
Because continuing to determine Indian membership by racial criteria, such as blood quantum or Indian descent, would leave the government in a constitutionally indefensible position, it has attempted to change how its statutes and regulations provide for the distribution of benefits to Indians. Native American concerns over equal protection and tribal sovereignty have led the federal government to reduce its role as arbiter of race-based eligibility standards. This policy of allowing tribes self-determination on membership, as well as other aspects of their lives, has developed since the Nixon administration in the 1970s.[14] Nixon said the goal should be to strengthen the Indians sense of autonomy without threatening his sense of community. And we must make it clear that Indians can become independent of Federal control without being cut off from Federal concern and Federal support.. The pivotal legislation of the era was the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975. ...
I imagine a city where all women and girls are safe, confident, respected at home, on the street, at work, at school. But it is not always the city I see.. I work at The Redwood, where we provide safe haven and support for women and children fleeing many forms of violence. Women speak of death threats and rape by their partners, of being beaten up by neighbourhood bullies because they are not the right kind of woman, of sexual harassment by employers and landlords, of terror at the possibility of being deported because they fled abuse by their sponsors, of returning to abusive partners because their jobs or disability support do not pay enough, they cant access childcare….. There are many more stories. We listen to each one, offer counselling, a way of framing the experiences, share options and advocate with each woman for the resources she needs to live free from violence. I am inspired by the courage and resilience of women rebuilding their lives and by the many caring individuals in this ...
Community Living and Participation for People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities is an exploration of how to create the ideal conditions to facilitate community living and participation for people with IDD. The book addresses the complex and ever-evolving dimensions related to both the place of community and the feeling of community, including living arrangements, work, other daytime activities, financial resources, relationships, personal interests, health and well-being, faith, opportunities for learning and personal growth, self-determination and informed decision making, and rights and responsibilities as a citizen. The following topics are addressed specifically: using person-centered and positive support practices, housing, employment, social inclusion and relationships, self-determination and self-advocacy, supported decision making, health and wellness, planning for healthy and engaged aging, practices that promote quality outcomes, and the direct support workforce.. Each ...
The concept of freedom is a common topic of passionate debate in many circles. It is explicitly written in Federal and State law, and often seeps into individual family politics. There is one specific kind of agency that, it seems to me, is akin to our common interpretation of freedom, and it perhaps holds an even stronger relevance to debates of human rights regarding personal expression. Autonomy is the ability to act freely without the presence of (unjustified) moral coercive entities (EXAMPLES necessary here). Community recognition is a necessary element to legitimize ones expression. While the concept of freedom requires the ability to act without physical restraint, autonomy demands the ability to act without coercive moral influences. So while an obstruction of freedom is physical, an obstruction of autonomy is a social restraint of ones most basic internal thoughts or external expressions on a moral level. In a specific instance when we might legally have the freedom to express ...
1) The determination of scientifically predicated, evidence-based practice parameters is based on the published work of Drs Ian Chalmers and Murry Enkins, the bible of evidenced-based maternity care entitled A Guide to Effective Care in Pregnancy and Childbirth (GEC). It is a compilation of all pregnancy and childbirth related studies published in the English language in the last 30 years. The Guide to Effective Care identifies six levels effectiveness/efficacy, ranging from the positive end of clearly beneficial (category 1) to the negative end (category 6) of likely to be ineffective or harmful . Using the preponderance of available evidence, Drs Chalmers and Enkins rated each standard maternity-care practice and regularly used medical/ surgical interventions for safety and efficacy. Based on these categories, the G E C cautions that:. Practices that limit a womans autonomy, freedom of choice and access to her baby should be used only if there is clear evidence that they do more good than ...
Turkey has repeatedly warned it will not tolerate Kurdish self-rule on its Syrian frontier. Washington has also opposed Kurdish autonomy, for fear it would divide the Syrian opposition and because of the Yips links with the PKK. World Bulletin / News Desk. Kurds are celebrating after flushing ISIL militants out of the town of Kobani, but victory is not yet certain in their campaign to cement hard-won autonomy in northern Syria.. Hundreds of U.S.-led coalition air strikes have devastated the town, which is adrift in an ISIL-controlled sea. Objections to autonomy from neighbouring Turkey and the United States could also make it hard for them to sustain their gains.. The retaking by Peoples Protection Units (TPG) last week of predominantly Kurdish Koran Province after a four-month siege by ISIL was a major defeat for the group that controls a 20,000-square mile arc of Syria and Iraq.. For the Kurd, it is a bittersweet victory, as some 200,000 people, almost the entire population of Koran ...
The climate for autonomy in four urban proprietary nursing homes was investigated as part of a larger study of the relationship between perceived control and morale. Data from 113 residents, 137 caregivers, and 10 administrative personnel revealed that caregivers see themselves as the predominant decision makers. Although they prefer a slightly higher level of self-determination for residents, only in one-to-one and solitary activities do they prefer giving residents the primary decision making role, possibly because they see most residents as not capable of making decisions. Residents saw themselves as having more control than did staff. Grooming and eating were identified by both groups as areas where residents had the least control. A substantial proportion of caregivers and administrative staff did not emphasize the availability of options to residents. ...
This website has been produced with the financial support of the Rights Equality and Citizenship (REC) programme 2014-2020 of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of ILGA-Europe and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission ...
YEREVAN (Armenpress)-On September 21-the Committee of Ministers Deputies of the Council of Europe unanimously accepted a document where it clearly defines the principle of self-determination as an international legal norm which is applied equally and unreservedly with the Helsinki Final Act principles-according to the RA Ministry of Foreign Affairs press release from Monday.. The document was adopted in response to a question by Mrs. Hajiyeva-an Azerbaijani member of PACE-to the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe-where she demanded that the Committee obligate Armenias acceptance of Azerbaijans territorial integrity. With this document-the Council of Europe Ministers Deputies not only did not accept Azerbaijans request-but reaffirmed the equality-in international law-of the peoples right to self-determination and the right of states to territorial integrity.. Asbarez has obtained the official text of the Council of Europes decision of the meeting held on September 19-which ...
Addressing the crowd at Place Émilie-Gamelin before the march began, Action Santé Travesti(e)s et Transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTTeQ) outreach worker Betty Iglesias spoke to the particular challenges faced by trans* migrants without citizenship.. I want to ask you to hear the voice of migrants and refugees who are now under double oppression because of their legal name and because of their identity, Iglesias said in French. Having citizenship is necessary to […] be recognized as a person eligible to make a demand [to change ones name and gender marker].. Speaking to The Daily, Rose highlighted the difficulties that trans* people face in their interactions with the medical community.. To get hormones, we have to go see therapists, doctors, endocrinologists, and most of them are transphobic, and its really easy to be rejected by the doctors because they are not aware of what being transgender is, said Rose. To get surgery, to get hormones, and to get our names changed, we have to go ...
At times, support from capital-friendly politicians contained and defanged the revolutionary potential inherent in the restoration of indigenous lands and sovereignties. In some instances, capital interests used self-determination as a facade to restructure tribes as junior corporate partners in the global political economy. This occurred at times with Indian gaming, Alaska Native Corporations, corporate iwi that manage Treaty of Waitangi settlement money in New Zealand, the Indigenous Land Corporation in Australia, and First Nations natural resource corporations in Canada.. More often, however, indigenous people have coopted conservative forces as agents of an indigenous agenda. Across the world, while other Left and progressive movements gained little and often lost ground, indigenous people moved debate and policy in directions favorable to their interests.. Self-determination is now the established framework for indigenous policy in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Aotearoa/New ...
Two B.C. First Nations leaders have just written a book that outlines the challenges indigenous people face and offers solutions they believe could benefit their people and the rest of the country.
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Since the beginning of the Al-Aqsa Intifada, indigenous sovereignty has gained a wider understanding among progressives and activists across Turtle Island (North America), and in particular in Canada. Many writers and activists have offered insight and support into ongoing struggles over sovereignty for the Shuswap Nations Secwepemc people at what is commonly referred to as Sun Peaks near Kamloops, British Columbia. Also, near Montreal Quebec, the Mohawk Nations Kanehsatake community continues to be under siege from the Federal government, police and federally appointed chiefs . Both of these struggles have ongoing support campaigns among non-First Nations populations: In late August, Vancouver BC will see bus loads of supporters head to the areas being defended against the creation of more resorts, ski hills and other illegal and unauthorized, anti-environmental developments. From Montreal, Kanehsatake continues to ask for and receive support, if limited, in the ongoing camp out against the ...
The Nigerian Indigenous National Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS),the umbrella body of leading regional self-determination groups in the South and Middle Belt of Nigeria, has called on the Governments of the United States, Britain, France, Russia, Germany, and other top European and Western Countries to stop selling arms to the Nigerian…
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The health care community is increasingly focusing on the ethics of medical treatment, especially in light of the rapid spiral in Americas aging population.Yet, according to Dr. Kenneth
This paper analyzes the role that the family plays in the development of adolescent autonomy. Three family factors are analyzed in relation to the development of adolescent autonomy; parenting styles, family interaction, and transitions related to the family life cycle.