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    Broader Sources of Knowledge In ancient times, people passed on survival experience to the next generation through oral method. Later, various ways such as making ropes, drawing pictures on walls, and characters emerged to record daily events. People record daily life in order to educate next generation so that the next generation of people can live a better life. With the advent of photographic film, the recording process becomes more and more lifelike and vivid. With the rapid development of Internet and digital technology, human society entered the era of information explosion. Although the information explosion poses a series of negative effects, the channels of acquiring knowledge become increasingly abundant. The new media invented in…

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    Argumentative Paper Many people have often wondered can faith be considered a source of knowledge? In order for something to be a source of knowledge, has to follow the definition of knowledge which is a “true justified belief or certain understanding” (Knowledge). The definition of faith “which is the rational attitude towards a potential object of knowledge which arises when we are subjectively certain it is true even though we are unable to gain theoretical or objective certainty”…

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    As early as 1854, Florence Nightingale demonstrated the importance of research in the delivery of nursing care. Two major approaches originate from different philosophical perspectives and use different methods for collection and analysis of data. There are several important steps in the conduct of research, and each of these requires decision making by the researcher. Nurses use various sources of knowledge to make clinical decisions. Intuition, trial and error, tradition, authority, and…

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    ’’The only source of Knowledge is Experiences’’ ( Albert Einstein). Knowledge and experience is what shape ones everyday life. Gold and gemstones only affects your social life . In The Alchemist, Santiago (protagonist) went on a journey to find a treasure full gemstones and gold. What made the journey most valuable were the experiences and struggle Santiago went through, and the knowledge he got throughout The Alchemist . Santiago learned from the King of Salem to not abandon his…

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    and writings may not always be true, it’s always difficult to find credible sources. In the three articles “Why Nice Guys Finish Last” by Julia Serano, “Visible Man: Ethics in a World without Secrets” by Peter Singer, and “The Weirdest People in the World” by Joseph Henrich, they all represent different ways of how a source can be credible. Many authors and writers strive to make their work and sources credible for the audience, which is why using personal experience, developing a strong tone,…

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    The key aspects discussed in this reflective essay are my personal experiences as a consumer, producer and sharer of information in a 21st-century environment, developing the skill to determine credible sources, the advantages and limitations of working collaboratively online and how to exploit advantages and overcome limitations. Therefore, a proper exploration into each of these aspects can allow an insight into one’s experiences in this unit. An essential point to explore is how this unit…

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    following questions and predictions: 1. What sources of information do Australians use to obtain health information? Given that the public rely on the mass media for health information (Pennay, 2007), and the increasing trend towards using online sources (Cline & Haynes, 2001) it is predicted that health information source selection will be dominated by online sources. Similarly, the literature also noted that internet sources are easy to access, but less trustworthy (Cline & Haynes, 2001). It…

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    legitimate and false material is critical to developing a truthful perspective. This means that every source requires investigation- even for knowledgeable professionals. This is the case in every field; however, in regard to healthcare, not only is it essential for quality improvement to ask the correct questions and conduct the right studies, but it is imperative to appropriately interpret and analyze information that is published. A particular study to consider was conducted in 2008: What Do…

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    Hultén, Peter, and Vladimir Vanyushyn. "Promotion and Shoppers ' Impulse Purchases: The Example of Clothes." The Journal of Consumer Marketing 31.2 (2014): 94-102. ProQuest. Web. 18 Mar. 2015. The author of this source is Peter Hultén and Vladimir Vanyushyn. Peter Hultén is a Senior Lecturer at USBE, Umeå School of Business and Economics. Vladimir Vanyushyn is a Lecturer in Marketing at USBE, Umeå School of Business and Economics. Peter has published papers on shoppers ' impulse purchase…

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    The source was helpful because I never really thought about what types of thing could possibly trigger a memory left in the unconscious. I will be able to use this source to aid me in explaining Holden’s violent outburst. "How Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Relationships." World of Psychology. N.p., 29 Feb. 2016. Web. 05 Mar. 2017. . People who have trauma as a child are more likely to future relationship problems. While it isn't a given, there are many elements that would say otherwise. For…

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