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Key Topics in Social Sciences

An A-Z guide for student nurses

By Mark Walsh

Paperback
Apr 2018 , 206 pp
ISBN 9781908625496
Price: £14.99, $26.99
Key Topics in Social Sciences is a collection of short articles summarising the most important concepts in sociology and psychology that student nurses will need to understand. Each entry is intended to give a brief introduction to the topic as a prompt for writing essays and assignments.

·         Arranged in alphabetical order so you can find entries quickly and easily

·         Short entries take you straight to the heart of each topic

·         A great starting point for essays and assignments

·         Ideal for revision before assessments and exams

·         Cross-references and further reading suggestions provided so you can study in more depth as needed.

Age and Ageing; Agency; Alienation; Altruism; Anti-psychiatry; Anxiety; Attachment; Attitudes; Attribution theory; Authority; Autonomy; Behaviour; Behaviour modification; Behaviourism; Biomedical model; (The) Body; Capitalism; Causality; Challenging behaviour; Child abuse; Child development; Child poverty; Citizenship; Classical conditioning; Clinical iceberg; Cognitive perspective; Cognitive behavioural therapy; Cognitive development; Cognitive dissonance; Community; Conformity; Consumerism / consumption; Culture; Data; Defence mechanisms; Demography; Depression; Developmental norms; Disabilities; Discourse; Discrimination; Diversity; Division of labour; Early experiences; Eating disorders; Emotion; Emotional intelligence; Emotional labour; Empathy; Epidemiology; Equalities; Ethics; Ethnicity; Evaluation; Families; Family therapy; Feminism; Freud; Functionalism; Gender; Genetics; Globalisation; Group(s) / group dynamics; Group therapy; Health; Humanistic perspective; Human Rights; Hypothesis; Ideal type; Identity; Identity politics; Ideology; Industrialisation; Inequalities; Interactionism; Intersectionality; Labelling theory; Learning difficulties (and learning disabilities); Life chances; Loss; Market; Marxism; Maslow’s hierarchy of needs; Medicalisation; Memory; Mental illness; Migration; Modernity; Moral panic; Morbidity and mortality; Motivation; Narrative(s); Need; Neuroscience; Obedience; Operant conditioning; Paradigm; Patriarchy; Perception; Personality; Person-centred counselling; Personalisation; Phobias; Piaget, Jean; Postmodernism; Positive psychology; Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); Poverty; Power; Prejudice; Profession; Psychiatry; Psychoanalysis; Psychodynamic perspective; Psychological interventions; Psychological perspective; Public sphere; Realism; Reflexivity; Reinforcement; Research methods; Resilience; Risk assessment; Rogers, Carl; Role / role theory; Role models; Science; Self; Self-actualisation; Self-concept and self-esteem; Self-harm; Separation (and loss); Sexuality; Sick role; Social action and social structure; Social class; Social constructionism; Social institution; Social learning theory; Social mobility; Social model of health; Social policy; Social support; Socialisation; Socialism; Society; Sociological perspective; Sociology; Status; Stereotyping; Stigma; Stress (and coping); Unconscious mind; Underclass; Urbanisation; Values; Violence (and aggression);Welfare; Welfare state
Paperback
Price: £14.99, $26.99
ISBNs: 9781908625496 978-1-908625-49-6 Title: key topics in social sciences