HOL1000 Lecture Objectives

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Lecture Objectives Introduction to Holistic Principles Be able to define Paradigm and Worldview and explain how this is related to the old paradigms of reductionism and dualism. Be able to explain Systems Theory and give the key principles of the theory Know the core concepts of Holism Be able to describe and identify key features of the Model of Interconnected Systems. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Be able to define complementary, integrative and alternative medicine. Know the characteristics of conventional medicine Know the characteristics of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Be able to define whole medical systems and give two examples. Know the domains of CAM practices and the practices that fall under each domain. Keeping Your Body Fit Students will be able to describe variations in body type and know how to assess their own body type. Students will be able to describe the cultural influences on body image Students will be able to describe the various eating disorders that arise from poor body image, cultural pressure and emotional issues and list what can be done about them. Students will be able to describe the various approaches to exercise and health including what level of exertion is appropriate for their health needs Revised January 10, 2010 Choices in Living, Holistic Health 1000 JL
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Chronic Health Issues in the US Students will be able to describe the problem of obesity from a holistic perspective, including the cultural, social and emotional issues that contribute to the epidemic. Students will be able to name the primary reasons that obesity is on the rise in America. Students will be able to describe policies that community planning officials can implement which have a positive impact on public health. Students will be able to list the factors that are influencing the rise in obesity in children. Nutrition: “Fresh” Video on Sustainable Agriculture Students will be able to describe the relationship of the core concept of Holism, interconnectedness, and the farming practices described in the video. Students will be able to list the advantages to sustainable agriculture using holistic terms and concepts including, financial advantages, spiritual advantages, and ecological advantages. Students will be able to describe the primary features that contribute to sustainable urban agriculture using holistic terms and concepts including, community engagement, application of established principles from biological systems in the natural world. Nutrition Part 2: Eating From a Holistic Perspective
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course HOLISTICS 1000 taught by Professor Fuller during the Fall '08 term at Western Michigan.

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