Richelle Winkler, assistant professor of social sciences, says Detroit attracted fewer young adults in the s and s than did revitalizing cities like Chicago. Then, with the economic recession between andmore young people actually left Detroit than people of other ages.
Describe the different concepts of ill health? Ill health means different things to different people. How people view ill health depends on a variety of factors; if they've been seriously ill before, how knowledgeable they… are about illness and also what they would class as a "severe" or "mild" illness etc.
There are three main concepts of ill health: The first concept is ill health as disease symptoms. This concept focuses on the symptoms associated with ill health, such as vomiting, diarrhoea, pain and also visible symptoms, such as rashes and lumps on the skin.
This is a common concept among patients, rather than health professionals, as it is about what the sufferer feels, rather than what the doctor or nurse is classifying those symptoms as.
This concept of health is beneficial as people who have this concept will pick up on symptoms much quicker, and therefore will more readily seek medical advice. However, a fixation or overuse of this concept may develop into hypochondria, where people constantly panic over very mild symptoms, believing they may have a serious or fatal illness when, in most cases, they are perfectly fine, or have a very mild infection or illness, such as a cold.
The second concept is ill health as a subjective sensation of illness. This is a general feeling of being ill or unwell, also known as "Malaise". Malaise is a general feeling of uneasiness or discomfort, and is often an initial stage of an illness or disease.
It is a general term for all sorts of non-visual symptoms symptoms that are not physically apparentsuch as fatigue, depression, and the general feeling of being run-down and exhausted. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals view malaise as being a "warning light" to the brain, telling it that something is not quite right within the rest of the body Reference: The final concept of ill health is ill health as a disorder or malfunction.
This usually relates to more serious and life threatening diseases illnesses, such as heart disease, intestinal blockage or a brain tumour. What are the patterns and trends within groups 1 and 7 in the periodic table?
The alkali metals provide one of the best examples of group trends in properties in the periodic table, with well characterized homologous behavior down the group. The alkali …metals show a number of trends when moving down the group - for instance, decreasing electro negativity, increasing reactivity, and decreasing melting and boiling point.
Density generally increases, with the notable exception of potassium being less dense than sodium, and the possible exception of francium being less dense than cesium.
The alkali metals are all highly reactive and are rarely found in elemental form in nature. As a result, in the laboratory they are stored under mineral oil. They also tarnish easily and have low melting points and densities. Potassium and rubidium possess a weak radioactive characteristic harmless due to the presence of long duration radioactive isotopes.
Alkali metals are famous for their vigorous reactions with water, and these reactions become increasingly violent as one moves down the group. The modern explanation of the pattern of the periodic table is that the elements in a group have similar configurations of the outermost electron shells of their atoms: There are three ways of numbering the groups of the periodic table.
Elements in the same period show trends in atomic radius, ionization energy, electron affinity, and electro negativity. Moving left to right across a period, atomic radius usually decreases.
This occurs because each successive element has an added proton and electron which causes the electron to be drawn closer to the nucleus. This decrease in atomic radius also causes the ionization energy to increase when moving from left to right across a period. The more tightly bound an element is, the more energy is required to remove an electron.
Similarly, electro negativity will increase in the same manner as ionization energy because of the amount of pull that is exerted on the electrons by the nucleus. Electron affinity also shows a slight trend across a period. Metals left side of a period generally have a lower electron affinity than nonmetals right side of a period with the exception of the noble gases.
In groups, reactivity of metals increases with atomic number because the ionization energy decreases. Mental health is a reflection of your overall emotional well being and mental illness refers to specific problems or disorders Share to:paper is to analyze historical trends in health spending in the United States according to the major factors that influenced spending, including policy changes, legislation, recessions, prices, and public and private initiatives.
A pattern of gradual change in a condition, output, or process, or an average or general tendency of a series of data points to move in a certain direction over time, represented by a line or curve on a graph.
1 Consumers' behaviours and attitudes toward healthy food products: The case of Organic and Functional foods Annunziata Azzurra 1, Pascale Paola 2 1University of Naples “Parthenope”, Department of Ec onomics, Naples, Italy.
2 UniCeSV - Centre for the strategic development of the Italian wine sector, University of Florence, Italy. Abstract. Over the last decade consumers’ health. Unformatted text preview: Patterns & Trends Chapter 4 Facts v. Theory A theory explains how different parts of the world fit together.
It is a belief that has been scientifically tested. Theory A theory explains how different parts of the world fit together. It is a belief that has been scientifically tested.
Open Document. Below is an essay on "P3 – Explain Patterns and Trends in the Health and Illness Among Different Social Groupings. M2 – Use Different Sociological Perspectives to Discuss Patterns and Trends of Health and Illness in /5(1).
Objective To determine trends in food portion sizes consumed in the United States, by eating location and food source. Design, Setting, and Participants Nationally representative data from the Nationwide Food Consumption Survey () and the Continuing Survey of Food Intake by Individuals (, , and ).