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Perspectives on Nursing Theory,9780781747431

Perspectives on Nursing Theory

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Edition:
4th
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9780781747431

ISBN10:
0781747430
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/3/2003
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

This classic, comprehensive anthology addresses various theoretical and philosophical perspectives on the nature of theory and knowledge development. The fourth edition maintains biographical information and author commentary popular in previous editions while replacing redundancies and adding cutting-edge controversial ideas on nursing theory. Informative and contemporary, Perspectives on Nursing Theory continues to facilitate thought and discussion among nurses, researchers, students and teachers. Book jacket.

Table of Contents

UNIT ONE: Structures of Nursing Knowledge
PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE
CHAPTER 1 Philosophy, Science, Theory: Interrelationships and Implications for Nursing Research
3(8)
Mary C. Silva
CHAPTER 2 The Relationship between Theory and Research: A Double Helix
11(12)
Jacqueline Fawcett
CHAPTER 3 Nursing Questions that Science Cannot Answer
23(8)
June F. Kikuchi
CHAPTER 4 Scientific Inquiry in Nursing: A Model for a New Age
31(18)
Holly A. DeGroot
THEORY
CHAPTER 5 Nursing Systems and Nursing Models
49(6)
John R. Phillips
CHAPTER 6 Levels of Theoretical Thinking in Nursing
55(8)
Patricia A. Higgins & Shirley M. Moore
CHAPTER 7 Theoretical Thinking in Nursing: Problems and Prospects
63(12)
Hesook Suzie Kim
EVALUATION CRITERIA
CHAPTER 8 Theories: Components, Development, Evaluation
75(12)
Margaret E. Hardy
CHAPTER 9 Framework for Analysis and Evaluation of Conceptual Models of Nursing
87(10)
Jacqueline Fawcett
UNIT TWO: Historical Perspectives on Nursing Theory
PHILOSOPHIES AND WORLDVIEWS
CHAPTER 10 Nursing's Scientific Quest
97(8)
Jean Watson
CHAPTER 11 The History and Philosophy of Nursing Science and Research
105(8)
Susan R. Gortner
CHAPTER 12 Nursing's Theoretical Evolution
113(8)
Margaret A. Newman
NURSING THEORY AND THEORIES
CHAPTER 13 Perspectives on Nursing Theory
121(12)
Margaret E. Hardy
CHAPTER 14 Congruence between Existing Theories of Family Functioning and Nursing Theories
133(8)
Ann L. Whall
CHAPTER 15 Theory: Of or For Nursing?
141(4)
Elizabeth A. M. Barrett
TRENDS AND ISSUES
CHAPTER 16 An Analysis of Changing Trends in Philosophies of Science on Nursing Theory Development and Testing
145(14)
Mary C. Silva Daniel Rothbart
CHAPTER 17 A Non-Theorist's Perspective on Nursing Theory: Issues of the 1990's
159(10)
Freda G. DeKeyser
Barbara Medoff-Cooper
CHAPTER 18 Nursing Reformation: Historical Reflections and Philosophic Foundations
169(10)
Pamela G. Reed
UNIT THREE: Philosophic Foundations of Science and Theory
WORLDVIEWS
CHAPTER 19 From a Plethora of Paradigms to Parsimony in Worldviews
179(6)
Jacqueline Fawcett
CHAPTER 20 Prevailing Paradigms in Nursing
185(6)
Margaret A. Newman
CHAPTER 21 Toward a New View of Science: Implications for Nursing Research
191(10)
Mindy B. Tinkle
Janet L. Beaton
CHAPTER 22 A Multiparadigm Approach to Nursing
201(12)
Joan Engebretson
CHAPTER 23 Toward a Complementary Perspective on Worldviews
213(8)
Susan K. Leddy
EPISTEMOLOGY
CHAPTER 24 Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing
221(8)
Barbara A. Carper
CHAPTER 25 Nursing Epistemology: Traditions, Insights, Questions
229(10)
Phyllis R. Schultz
Afaf I. Meleis
CHAPTER 26 'Unknowing': Toward Another Pattern of Knowing in Nursing
239(8)
Patricia L. Munhall
CHAPTER 27 Patterns of Knowing: Review, Critique, and Update
247(12)
Jill White
CHAPTER 28 From Carper's Patterns of Knowing to Ways of Being: An Ontological Philosophical Shift in Nursing
259(12)
Mary C. Silva
Jeanne M. Sorrell
Christine D. Sorrell
CHAPTER 29 Unitary Appreciative Inquiry
271(14)
W. Richard Cowling III
CHAPTER 30 On Nursing Theories and Evidence
285(8)
Jacqueline Fawcett
Jean Watson
Betty Neuman
Patricia H. Walker
Joyce J. Fitzpatrick
ONTOLOGY
CHAPTER 31 The Discipline of Nursing
293(12)
Sue K. Donaldson
Dorothy M. Crowley
CHAPTER 32 Philosophical Sources of Nursing Theory
305(10)
Barbara Sarter
CHAPTER 33 The Focus of the Discipline of Nursing
315(6)
Margaret A. Newman
A. Marilyn Sime
Sheila A. Corcoran-Perry
CHAPTER 34 Nursing: The Ontology of the Discipline
321(8)
Pamela G. Reed
CHAPTER 35 Nursing as a Practice Rather Than an Art or a Science
329(6)
Anne H. Bishop
John R. Scudder, Jr.
CHAPTER 36 Nursing as Means of Governmentality
335(12)
Dave Holmes
Denise Gastaldo
ETHICS
CHAPTER 37 Nursing Theorizing as an Ethical Endeavor
347(8)
Pamela G. Reed
CHAPTER 38 Integration of Nursing Theory and Nursing Ethics
355(10)
Michael Yeo
CHAPTER 39 Caring Knowledge and Informed Moral Passion
365(10)
Jean Watson
CHAPTER 40 Relational Narrative: The Postmodern Turn in Nursing Ethics
375(12)
Sally Gadow
CHAPTER 41 Nursing Ethics in an Era of Globalization
387(16)
Wendy Austin
PHILOSOPHIES AND KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER 42 Nursings Syntax Revisited: A Critique of Philosophies Said to Influence Nursing Theories
403(12)
Susan R. Gortner
CHAPTER 43 Postmodernism and Knowledge Development in Nursing
415(8)
Jean Watson
CHAPTER 44 Paradigms Lost, Paradigms Regained: Defending Nursing Against a Single Reading of Postmodernism
423(10)
Chris Stevenson
Ian Beech
CHAPTER 45 Conversation Across Paradigms: Unitary Transformative and Critical Feminist Perspectives
433(16)
W. Richard Cowling, III
Peggy L. Chinn
CHAPTER 46 Caring Science and the Science of Unitary Human Beings: A Trans-Theoretical Discourse for Nursing Knowledge Development
449(16)
Jean Watson
Marlaine C. Smith
UNIT FOUR: Nursing Theory and Practice
PRACTICE AND KNOWLEDGE
CHAPTER 47 The Practitioner as Theorist
465(8)
Rosemary Ellis
CHAPTER 48 Theorizing the Knowledge That Nurses Use in the Conduct of Their Work
473(12)
Joan Liaschenko
Anastasia Fisher
CHAPTER 49 Transforming Practice Knowledge into Nursing Knowledge-A Revisionist Analysis of Peplau
485(10)
Pamela G. Reed
NURSING AESTHETICS
CHAPTER 50 Toward an Understanding of Art in Nursing
495(14)
Jeanne J. Levasseur
CHAPTER 51 The Art of Nursing
509(10)
Paul Wainwright
PRACTICE, PRAGMATISM, AND PRAXIS
CHAPTER 52 Practical Nursing Judgment: A Moderate Realist Conception
519(12)
June F. Kikuchi
Helen Simmons
CHAPTER 53 Bridging the Gulf between Science and Action: The "New Fuzzies" of Neopragmatism
531(10)
Catherine A. Warms
Carole A. Schroeder
CHAPTER 54 Nursing as Normative Praxis
541(12)
Colin Holmes
Philip Warelow
UNIT FIVE Future Directions for Nursing Theory
CHAPTER 55 The Unrecognized Paradigm Shift in Nursing: Implications, Problems, and Possibilities
553(8)
Ann L.Whall
Frank D. Hicks
CHAPTER 56 A Treatise on Nursing Knowledge Development for the 21st century: Beyond Postmodernism
561(12)
Pamela G. Reed
CHAPTER 57 Nursing Science and the Space Age
573(12)
Martha E. Rogers
CHAPTER 58 The Pattern That Connects
585(8)
Margaret A. Newman
CHAPTER 59 Middle Range Theory: Spinning Research and Practice to Create Knowledge for the New Millennium
593(12)
Patricia Liehr Mary Jane Smith
CHAPTER 60 An Integrative Framework for Conceptualizing Clients: A Proposal for a Nursing Perspective in the New Century
605(8)
Hesook Suzie Kim
CHAPTER 61 Philosophy of Technology and Nursing
613(14)
Alan Barnard
CHAPTER 62 What is Nursing Science?
627(14)
Elizabeth A. M. Barrett
Author Index 641(4)
General Index 645


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