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Pizza and Pop and the Student Identity: The Role of Referent Group Norms in Healthy and Unhealthy Eating
Using the Theory of Planned Behavior (I. Ajzen, 1985, 1991) and referent group (student) norms and identification (D. J. Terry & M. A. Hogg, 1996), the authors longitudinally predicted healthy eatingExpand
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'No Man׳s Land': An exploration of the traumatic experiences of student midwives in practice.
BACKGROUND the role of being 'with woman' during traumatic birth has been identified as having an emotional cost for midwives, but to date no research has explored traumatic experiences of studentExpand
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"Am I too emotional for this job?" An exploration of student midwives' experiences of coping with traumatic events in the labour ward.
BACKGROUND midwifery is emotionally challenging work, and learning to be a midwife brings its own particular challenges. For the student midwife, clinical placement in a hospital labour ward isExpand
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Popular Opinion in Stalin's Russia: Terror, Propaganda and Dissent, 1934-1941
Between 1934 and 1941 Stalin unleashed what came to be known as the 'Great Terror' against millions of Soviet citizens. The same period also saw the 'Great Retreat', the repudiation of many of theExpand
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Women's birth experiences in Pakistan: the importance of the Dai
Aim: The aim of this paper is to present findings from a research study undertaken to explore women's life and birth experiences in Pakistan. Method: The design was ethnographic (Denzin, 1978)Expand
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Towards understanding problems in the parent–practitioner relationship when a child has cancer: meta‐synthesis of the qualitative literature
This review aimed to synthesise qualitative research on problems in the parent–practitioner relationship in childhood cancer, to understand how these problems arise, how they are conceptualised andExpand
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Towards an understanding of factors influencing early years professionals' practice of consultation with young children
Recent Government agendas in England highlight a need to involve children in policy and service design, provision and evaluation of services they use or which affect them. While consultation withExpand
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The role of the midwife in improving normal birth rates in obese women
Obesity in pregnancy is widely recognized as being associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes for both mother and baby. While the increased risks are well documented, most of the evidenceExpand
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Establishing a Learning Mentor Service within a Cluster of Primary Schools: Learning from Evaluation
This paper describes a learning mentor service commissioned by the Children's Fund that has been established in a cluster of primary schools, offering a possible model for the provision of pastoralExpand
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Popular Opinion in Stalin's Russia: Conclusion
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