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Author Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo.

Title The human becoming school of thought : a perspective for nurses and other health professionals / Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
Published Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, [1998]


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Description xiv, 130 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Emergence of a New Paradigm of Nursing -- Evolution of the Human Becoming School of Thought -- Assumptions about the Human and Becoming -- Principles, Concepts and Theoretical Structures of Human Becoming -- Human Becoming in Research, Practice and Education
Summary Parse's work for the first time will find the book refreshingly lucid in its review of the philosophical foundations for human becoming and will appreciate the many examples that illustrate the theory. For those already familiar with Dr. Parse's extensive work this volume will provide new insights for reflection. The Human Becoming School of Thought will be of interest to scholars and students of nursing theory, nursing science, medical anthropology, or medical sociology
Developing from philosophical foundations laid by Martha Rogers and existential phenomenologists, Dr. Parse's theory of human becoming has evolved into a school of thought, enabling nurses and nurse scholars to understand people and their universe in a unique way, thus providing a human science context for nursing research and practice. Following a brief introductory chapter, the author reviews Rogerian and existential-phenomenological concepts as they relate to human becoming. An examination of the principles, concepts, and theoretical structures of the human becoming school of thought follows. In the final chapter, Dr. Parse presents methodologies for basic and applied research related to human becoming, a practice methodology related to human becoming, and important information for developing a curriculum for human becoming education. Those encountering Dr
Notes Rev. ed. of: Man-living-health. c1981
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 109-121) and index
Subject Nursing -- Philosophy.
Philosophy, Nursing.
Author Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo. Man-living-health
LC no. 98008893
ISBN 0761905820 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0761905839 (paperback: acid-free paper)