the reader and insight to the systematic, bureaucratic and financial truth of abuse in nursing homes. The authors directs the review audience towards those who are interested in reading the literary work being reviewed to those who want to explore a different point of view regarding abuse in nursing homes. The authors claims and argues that the maltreatment of elders in the nursing home were facilitated by a form of higher power and control, The author creates an analysis of the organizational bureaucracy that feed into elderly abuse, however, the book reviewcreates points that weaken the authors claims. The book review highlights the authors use of an in depth analysis, visual representations that tie into the main argument. In regards to the bureaucratic organization of abuse in nursing homes, the author uses claims that are supported through rhetorical devices. The authors implication that abuse in nursing homes are promoted
through an organized bureaucratic facility is followed by solutions that do not strengthen the argument as they do other claims. The author ties the argument told his audience of those concerned such as those participating in medical professions that may be included in the population of those affected by abuse of the elderly. The author uses terms such as bureaucratic,, objectification, and systematic to promote a more structural point of view on the abuse of the elderly in nursing homes. In which instead of the emotional trauma of abuse, the author focuses on the factors that build the occurrence of the abuse and instability of the victims.Menio, Diane, and Beth Hudson Keller. “CARIE: A Multifaceted Approach to Abuse Prevention in Nursing Homes.” Generations, vol. 24, no. 2, Summer 2000, p. 28. EBSCOhost, libproxy.library.unt.edu:9443/login?url=?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=3539861&scope=site.In this scholarly journal, the authors Menia and Keller compose an academic text to inform the audience on abuse in the nursing homes and programs that were created to prevent such occurrences. The purpose of the journal article is to inform the reader of the significance of CARIE and ombudsman and the control of abuse of the patients in nursing homes. Menia and Keller focus their audience on various targets such as those who share a concern for abuse of patients in nursing home, nursing homes that wish to take action in order to control the complaints of abuse and those who wish to get an insight on the affirmative actions taken to prevent abuse. The authors arrange the journal in a format that resembles subtitles and context.
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