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IDDOI:10.1177/1468795x19894423Published Date2020-01-05JournalJournal of Classical Sociology, 2020-01-05
Garfinkel began developing his famous Trust argument, that a minimum of equality and reciprocity he called ‘Trust Conditions’ is a prerequisite for sense-making in interaction, while working with Parsons from 1946 to 1952. The argument grounds a social justice approach to social order and meaning with affinities to Durkheim’s ‘implicit conditions of contract’ and Du Bois’ ‘double consciousness’. Tracing the development of the Trust argument, we examine 14 unpublished PhD proposals from 1948 i…
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ID29183751Published Date2020-01-01JournalArchives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 2020-01-01, Volume 101
To examine differences in long-term social reintegration outcomes for burn survivors with and without work-related injuries.Cross-sectional survey.Community-dwelling burn survivors.Burn survivors (N=601) aged ≥18 years with injuries to ≥5% total body surface area or burns to critical areas (hands, feet, face, or genitals).Not applicable.The Life Impact Burn Recovery Evaluation Profile was used to examine the following previously validated 6 scale scores of social participation: Family and Fri…
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ID31770142Published Date2020-01-01JournalAnesthesiology, 2020-01-01, Volume 132
Compassionate behavior in clinicians is described as seeking to understand patients' psychosocial, physical and medical needs, timely attending to these needs, and involving patients as they desire. The goal of our study was to evaluate compassionate behavior in patient interactions, pain management, and the informed consent process of anesthesia residents in a simulated preoperative evaluation of a patient in pain scheduled for urgent surgery.Forty-nine Clinical Anesthesia residents in year …
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ReferenceES/S015809/1Funding AgencyUnited Kingdom Research and InnovationEffective Date2020-01-01Expiration Date2022-12-31Funding Amount$2,351,144
WHY DO WE NEED THIS STUDY? Children and families affected by parental drug use include some of the most disadvantaged families in society. For example, parents often have severe health and social problems, live in poverty, and their children frequently end up in the care system. Parents and families are often stigmatised and excluded from mainstream society and do not always receive the right kind of treatment and family support. These problems can be repeated from one generation to the next.…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0019793919827934Published Date2020-01-01JournalILR Review, 2020-01-01, Volume 73
The authors assert that broad-based stock options create a social exchange relationship between the employer and employees, leading to higher individual job performance in the next period. They compare this social exchange hypothesis to the more typical incentive-based explanation for stock options, which is that holding options generates financial incentives for better individual job performance in the current period. Findings show that significant and meaningful relationships are associated…
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IDDOI:10.1177/1470594x19889108Published Date2019-12-06JournalPolitics, Philosophy & Economics, 2019-12-06
People tend to be biased and irrational about politics. Should this constrain what our normative theories of democracy can require? David Estlund argues that the answer is ‘no’. He contends that even if such facts show that the requirements of a normative theory are very unlikely to be met, this need not imply that the theory is unduly unrealistic. I argue that the application of Estlund’s argument to political irrationality depends on a false presupposition: mainly, that being rational about…
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ID31792876Published Date2019-12-01JournalDemography, 2019-12-01, Volume 56
This study examines whether Ugandan women who marry at younger ages fare differently on a wide range of later-life outcomes than women who marry at later ages. Using a nationally representative data set, I identify the plausibly causal impacts of women's marriage age by using age at menarche as an instrumental variable. Results indicate that a one-year delay in marriage for Ugandan women leads to higher educational attainment (0.5-0.75 years), literacy (10 percentage points), and labor force …
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ID31540767Published Date2019-12-01JournalPatient education and counseling, 2019-12-01, Volume 102
Healthcare communication research, teaching, and practice is in a period of innovation and disruption from new technologies, consumerization, and emerging models of care delivery. The goal of this commentary is to discuss perceived barriers and provide baseline metrics of academic-industry partnership in health communication.We coded industry affiliations of authors published in Patient Education and Counseling (PEC) in 2018, and attendees and authors of accepted submissions at the 2018 Inter…
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ID31581026Published Date2019-12-01JournalJournal of health economics, 2019-12-01, Volume 68
We provide the first causal evidence on whether e-cigarette advertising on television and in magazines encourages adult smokers to quit. We find the answer to be yes for TV advertising but no for magazine advertising. Our results indicate that a policy banning TV advertising of e-cigs would have reduced the number of smokers who quit in the recent past by approximately 3%. If the FDA were not considering regulations and mandates, e-cig ads might have reached the number of nicotine replacement…
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