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Theoretical foundations for nursing

Author: Margaret E Hardy
Publisher: [New York] : [MSS Information Corp.], [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret E Hardy
ISBN: 0842251324 9780842251327 0842203400 9780842203401
OCLC Number: 698752
Description: 490 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Hardy, M. E. Guidelines for reading articles. --
McKay, R. Theories, models, and systems for nursing. --
Smoyak, S. Toward understanding nursing situations: a transaction paradigm. --
Burr, W. Role translations: a reformulation of theory. --
Hun, J. M. Traditional personality theory in the light of recent evidence. --
Hill, R. and Hansen, D. The identification of conceptual frameworks utilized in family study. --
Pasewark, R. and Rardin, M. Theoretical models in community mental health. --
Homans, G. Social behavior as exchange. --
Allport, G. W. The open system in personality theory. --
Howard, A. and Scott, R. A proposed framework for the analysis of stress in the human organism. Goode, W. J. A theory of role strain. --
Miller, J. Problems in utilizing the stress paradigm for nursing intervention. --
Mechanic, D. and Volkart, E. Stress, illness behavior, and the sick role. --
Johnson, J. Effects of structuring patients' expectations on their reactions to threaten. --
Hill, R. Generic features of families under stress. --
Jackson, J. The adjustment of the family to the crisis of alcoholism.
Responsibility: edited by Margaret E. Hardy.

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