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    Our body as we know it is a complex system as well as the class room environment where skill learning takes place. This is due to the multiple moving parts inside the systems. Complex systems also have other facets to them such as having multiple levels to them, having attractor states to do things in certain ways, having self-emergent discovery, affordances constraints, as well as things working together independently but together as a whole. Our bodies being complex as well as the class room have made teaching become a complex system. There for non-linear teaching is necessary for the outcome we want, as for the students to learn the right skills they need to be partaking in specific games (TGFU) to get anything out of the games. Complex…

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    An abstraction is the process of thinking of something independently of its association, attributes, or concrete accompaniments. In other words it’s taking a complex system like a computer, automobile or a weapon, and removing the complex parts that make the system function, and only thinking about the basics. People often use abstract systems without even thinking about it, one does not need to know how or why something works in order to use it daily. For instance, for one to use a weapon, one…

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    A complex-adaptive system is a new science that has “emerged as a powerful force influencing many fields and has great potential use in nursing” (Chaffee & McNeill, 2007, p.232). Complex-adaptive systems can be anything that allows individual agents to have the freedom to act in unpredictable ways and whose actions interconnect so that they impact other agents (Plsek, 2001, p.625). A hospital is an example of a complex-adaptive system because patients admitted into the hospital interact with a…

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    Stevenson Jean Prof. Neil Leach Fall 2016 Emergence Chapters summary Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software, by Steven Johnson The word emergence is defined as a system that has many mechanism, but none of the mechanism is called to be the leader of that system. The system works as a whole; every constituent knows their role to fulfil their task without any interruptions. Within the system, all entities follow basic rules and behave to achieve their goal in the same…

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    What may seem like a simple and fairly easy to understand concept, is actually a very complex system of government. Federalism is the governmental system under which the United States operates, and it focuses on sharing sovereignty between two levels of government, a national government and a subnational government. It was created to be a system that was very unlike Britain’s, and would hopefully be the answer the founders were looking for, after multiple other attempts at forming a government…

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    Meleis Transition Theory

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    details are addressed in the type of transition, the facilitators and inhibitors in the transition and the patterns of response. I do think that the complexity science concepts are crucial in maintaining and providing long term maintenance of chronic illness and the trajectory of the client in their understanding of their illness. Complexity science illuminates the nature of the transition process and changes that occur while a transition is unfolding (Geary & Schumacher, 2012). It focuses on…

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    justice system to be complex. Complex meaning there are different rules and regulations that can put freedoms at risk. Freedoms and equalities set by the documents that regulate our country and justice system. Are we getting those freedoms? Are we upholding the documents of our country and doing what is right? Or are there too many controversies to know. To know if we are doing the right thing in punishing criminals and going about procedures. I feel there is too many aspects to say if we are…

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    Though humans and dolphins share intrinsically complex fission-fusion social systems, the scientific studies on their social networks differ. This is because researchers have a different focus when conducting their studies. For humans, researchers are focused on clinical outcomes: lower rates of morbidity and lower rates of mortality involving cardiovascular disease. For dolphins, researchers are focused on the reproduction and survival outcomes. Margaret A. Stanton and Janet Mann, both from the…

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    How destructive is the white savior complex? While the white savior complex article written by “Teju Cole” argues that many efforts by the North Americans to rescue “victims” of poverty and injustice in Africa are more about the western activist and their desire for a sentimental heroism than caring about the actual need of the African, it ultimately causes a major division between white activist and the racial other. The white savior complex is basically quite destructive trope that has been…

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    Precious Movie Theory

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    In the broadest conception, the term connotes a complex of interacting components together with the relationships among them that permit the identification of a boundary-maintaining entity or process” (p.7). A number of systems were noted and intertwined within the movie. Within each system, a different side of the individual was portrayed. Systems theory “describes human behavior in terms of complex systems. It is premised on the idea that an effective system is based on individual needs,…

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