Provide a reflection of the Narrative Paradigm. Clearly explain and define the theory, as well as its use as a rhetorical theory.
Explain the difference between the rational-world paradigm and the narrative paradigm. Why does Fisher believe this is a difference that truly makes a difference?
Which is a worse storya story that lacks coherence but has fidelity, or a story that lacks fidelity but has coherence?
Think of the movie you have seen most recently. Explain whether the movie possesses narrative rationality.
Both Fisher (storytelling animals) and Burke (rotten with perfection) attempt to define the essence of human nature. Compare and contrast their explanations of what it means to be human. Whose account do you find to have the most coherence and fidelity?
At times, the chapter stops short of claiming that all communication is story (e.g., see the first sentence of the last paragraph in the chapter). Do you think all communication is story? If yes, explain why; if no, provide an example of communication that is not a story.
- What might the United States do to improve their PISA scores in reading, math, and science?
- Explain how strategic planning can provide a sense of direction and help in the development of measurable goals.
- What do you think about Native American civilization before European Contact?
- Write an essay answering: how would you describe life for the Native Americans before the arrival of the Europeans?
- Identify how the selected tools (individually) are of value and a challenge in the health care industry, inclusive of public health where applicable.
- Describe the four metaparadigms: patient, nurse, health and environment.
- Define a nursing practice area where you could apply Neuman Systems Model.
- What is the main claim of Gladwell’s Essay?
- Discuss two (2) patient education considerations related to the priority concept (topic).
- Describe the importance of the priority concept (topic) to professional practice.