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  • Peer learning and ethics in nursing education

    Şimşek Arslan, Buket; Göktaş, Ahmet; Buldukoğlu, Kadriye (2017)
    In order for nursing education to be effective, many teaching methods are used. One of these methods is peer learning. Peer learning is defined as assisting an individual who is from the same social group and is not a professional educator in the learning process of other individuals. The use of peer learning in the field of nursing is increasing day by day. The studies investigating the use of peer learning emphasize the advantages and disadvantages. Although there are many positive aspects ...

    The relationship between mobbing and organizational cynicism: An empirical study

    Bedük, Aykut; Eryeşil, Kemalettin; Duran Altınışık, Gülten (2017)
    Today, one must pay attention to all kinds of issues held the sustainable competitive advantage of the organization to survive are mobbing and organizational cynicism. Mobbing and review of the literature on the effect of organizational commitment, cynicism and the impact on overall business performance and organizational cynicism and psychological effects of violence were found in the study of the relationship between. Hence the study "Is it cynicism triggers mobbing organizational sense?" i...

    The language of poverty or the effects of language codes of lower social class children on educational processYoksulluğun dili ya da alt sosyal sınıf çocuklarının dil kodlarının eğitim sürecine etkileri

    Avcı, Müjdat (2013)
    The objective of this study is to reveal the relations between the problems of children abandoning secondary education in family and educational processes and their sociolinguistic features due to their academic failure. In particular, Basil Bernstein’s opinion related to children belonging to different social classes on their having different language codes because of their socioeconomic and cultural properties was the starting point in our study. The research sheds light on the socio-lingui...

    Bosniaks in Turkey in the contexs of history and tradition

    Dedeic-Kırbaç, Amra (2012)
    With withdrawal of Ottoman Empire from the Balkans Muslims who lived in Balkans had started to come to Anatolia. Amog these Muslims who came to Anatolia there were Bosniaks too. The Bosniaks who settled in Anatolia were trying to adapt to the new society and at the same time they were trying to keep their old traditions too. Traditions about birth, wedding and funeral have of course been changed a bit. Some traditions that Bosniaks in Turkey practice differs from the traditions which Bosniaks...

    Global approach to migration in the European Union

    Samur, Hakan (2008)
    One of the most important problems that the European Union encounters today is migration towards the lands of the Union. The economic, political and sosyo-cultural impacts emerging from migration whether it is legal or illegal put pressure on the deepening efforts of the Union and, thus, force to search for new policies to take under control. The Global Approach to Migration as the most comprehensive and ambitious policy until today has been on the agenda since the end of 2005. In this study,...
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