Making sense of mental health problems
Over the past century there has been a radical shift in responses to people who experience mental health problems. In this free course, Making sense of mental health problems, you will learn about how key perspectives in the field have made sense of mental health problems. By directly relating key perspectives to a case study, you will reflect on how the medical perspective, psychological perspective and social need perspective come to make sense of mental ill-health.Author(s): Creator not set

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Advertising Jingles 1
Children listen to several jingles recorded from television or radio and comment on them in terms of given criteria.
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Who Has Seen the Wind?
llustrating the popular poem by CHRISTINA ROSSETTI. Original music by Jim Zartman. Featuring Susan Baba. (1:03)

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1.3 Nick Ut's 1972 Vietnam war photograph

Figure 1 Huynh Cong (Nick) Ut, 1972.
Figure 1: Huynh Cong (Nick) Ut, 1972: ‘Phan Thi Kim Phuc, centre, her burni
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2.4 Cutting the groove

The vertical (up-and-down) cutting method, which was nicknamed ‘hill-and-dale’, shown in Figure 9(a) was invented by Edison. The lateral (side-to-side) motion developed by Berliner is shown in Author(s): The Open University

4 Illustrations shown on the video in order of their appearance

4.1 Works by Goya

Third of May, 1808, 1814, oil on canvas, 268 x 347 cm, Prado, Madrid (Plate V2.5).

Second of May, 1808, 1814, oil on canvas, 268 x 347 cm, Prado, Madrid (Plate V2.6).

The Adoration of the Name of God, 1772, fresco, 700 x 1500 cm (approx.), Basilica de Santa María del Pilar, Saragossa.

The Meadow of San Isidro, 1788, 419 x 908 cm, Prado, Madrid.

Self-Portrait, c. 1781–2 (or c.1785: date contested)
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SIFUD-PP Paris 2016 : Trouble de la statique pelvienne chez l’obèse (Vidéo)

Conférence d'Experts de la SIFUD-PP du 22 Janvier 2016- Paris

Titre : Trouble de la statique pelvienne chez l’obèse

Auteur (s) : M. Cosson (Lille)

PROGRAMME VENDREDI 22 JANVIER 2016


08h50 OUVERTURE : J.F. ...
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Further reading

A critical view of WTO from the point of view of developing countries is Das, Bhagirath Lal (1998) WTO Agreements: Deficiencies, Imbalances and Required Changes, London, Zed Books.

A well documented report that goes over much of the same ground as this unit is Oxfam (2002) Rigged Rules and Double Standards: Trade, Globalization, and the Fight Against Poverty, London, Oxfam [online]. Available from Author(s): The Open University

2.1 The act of reading

The act of reading has been characterised by Robert DiYanni as involving three interrelated processes: experience, interpretation, and evaluation. The first thing we do when we read a novel is to experience it, that is to say, we respond to the development of the narrative and the characters presented to us. The story we read if it does its job effectively affects us on certain levels. We become involved in the events and incidents that befall the characters. The language of the narrative for
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Anatomía Patológica Especial Veterinaria (2012)
La asignatura estudia las alteraciones morfológicas de los diferentes órganos que intengran los sistemas y aparatos de las especies domésticas y con los objetivos propuestos el alumno reconocerá, explicará y sistematizará las alteraciones cadavéricas, del desarrollo, circulatorias, metabólicas, inflamatorias, parasitarias y tumorales de los distintos órganos y sistemas animales; realizará necropsias regladas en las distintas especies domésticas y los informes correspondientes; y obten
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Introduction

Any local newspaper describes the latest achievements of volunteers in the community: hospital fund-raising, a wildlife pond created. The advantages to the community are obvious, but this unit explores how engaging in voluntary work can enhance your employment opportunities.

It will focus mainly on how voluntary work can improve job prospects, for those actively job seeking or considering a career change. Employers are impressed by volunteering, but many volunteers don’t appreciate wh
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1.1 The concept of 'social capital'

Fukuyama (1995) examines the importance of civil society defined through institutions including businesses, churches, universities, and schools and uses the concept of ‘social capital’ to describe how people work together for common purposes in organisations. Fukuyama argues that shared values lead to trust, which is crucial for society and the economy to function. He quotes from the distinguished economist Kenneth Arrow with approval:

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The history and development of Buddhism
Dr Robert Heath, lecturer at the school of management at the University of Bath and study lecturer on Buddhism, talks about the history and development of the religion from its inception in India to the present day.
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2.6 Finding images on the Web

As with websites, one of the easiest ways of searching for images is to use a search engine such as Google. You will see that above the Google search box are some words that allow you to select what you are searching for: web, images, groups, news, and more.

Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of a semi cylinder template
Diagram and template for using a semi-cylinder to calculate area
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2.3.1 A definition of an informal carer

Are we any nearer to a definition of an informal carer which goes beyond the case study? Well, three points stand out so far. An informal carer:

  1. Performs certain services for someone else with whom they already have a relationship

  2. Is not paid a wage for those services

  3. Is responsible for the welfare of someone who needs extra help with daily living, because they are ill or otherwise disabled.

I can the
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Ortodoncia IV (2016)
Etimológicamente la palabra Ortodoncia deriva de los términos griegos ortos (recto) y odontos (diente), es decir, que sería aquella ciencia encargada de “enderezar” los dientes o de corregir las irregularidades en las posiciones dentarias. Los objetivos más amplios de la moderna ortodoncia pueden ser resumidos como: a) la creación de las mejores relaciones interproximales y oclusales posibles, en b) un marco de función normal y adaptación fisiológica del aparato masticatorio, incluye
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Acknowledgements

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this unit:

The material acknowledged below is contained in: Social Justice: Welfare Crime and Society (edited by Janet Newman and Nicola Yeates), Chapter 4 ‘Problem’ populations, ‘problem’ places, by Gerry Mooney, part of a series published by the Open University Press in association with The Open University. First published 2008. © The Open University. This publication for
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Climate Definition
Climate is defined as the long term patterns of temperature, humidity, wind, etc. in an area. People often confuse climate with weather. Weather is considered a temporary state while climate is the overall set of patterns. Climate can be influenced by latitude, altitude, terrain and nearby bodies of water. Examples of climates include Mediterranean, tundra and subarctic. (01:17)
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