Lesson 2:Chapter 4 Needs Assessment
The concept of Need: In determining that individuals or groups have a need,
it is important to evaluate existing conditions against some societally established
standards. If the community is at or above those
What is a system?
A system is an entity that maintains its existence and functions as a whole
through the interaction of its parts (OConner & McDermott, 1997, p.2)
o if the parts dont interact, it might seize to exist
o Has interconnecting part
Theories of Human Development
Thursday Sept. 8 2016
- Nativism: Humans possess unique genetic traits that will be manifested in all members
of the species, regardless of differences in their environments; eyes, ears
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1- (6 points) Strapped for cash, your neighbour makes you the following offer. He would
like to borrow $10,000 today. He will repay the $10,000 by making yearly
payments with the first payment being for $1,000 at the end of this year. The
AHSC 312 Sexuality in Human Relations
January 19th, 2016
Male Sex Organs:
Corona: The ridge that separates the glans from the body of the penis
Corpus cavernosum: Two cylinders of spongy tissue in the penis that become
congested with blood
AHSC 232 Working in Task Groups
January 11th, 2016
What is a group?
- A group consists of three of more people interacting interdependently in order
to achieve a common goal
Components of Small Group Communication
Textbook - Laser, Julie Anne & Nicotera, Nicole (2011). Working with
Adolescents: A Guide for Practitioners, Guilford Press: New York. Chapter 1:
Challenges in Clinical Work with Adolescents:
What is adolescence?
The Concept of Need
In determining that individuals or groups have a need, it is important to
evaluate existing conditions against some societally established standards.
- If the community is at or above those standards, there is no need.
- If it
AHSC 270 Intervention in Human Systems
September 14, 2015
What happens when humans get together?
- They organize
- This creates a human systems
Examples of human systems:
- Lobby groups
Lesson 2: Needs Assessment
- Ponsioen & Maslow
- Social, political, economic factors
- Types of Needs:
Type of Need
The number of people in a
Falling below a standard or criterion
AHSC 220 Life-Span Development
September 9th, 2015
- Learning :
o About the world
- Done at different rates for different people
- Brain is fully developed at 25
- Developing does not
Leisure is an important force in Canadian life and culture. Depending on the situation and needs of the
individual or group, leisure can be seen as personal, societal and or economic.
What does leisure mean to Canadians?
Leisure is an important i
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Commercial Recreation, Economics of Recreation Travel &
Chapters 12, 13, 28, & 41
Chapter 12: Leisure Travels
Definition of tourism: The activities of persons away from their usual
environment for a period
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Psychology and Aging
1997, Vol. 12, No. 2, 239-246
n Psychological Association, Inc.
Psychosocial Development and Life Experiences in Adulthood:
A 22-Year Sequential Study
Karen-Jo Van Manen and Susan Krauss Whi
My chronological age is 21. A challenge Im facing in my life right now is my dad
pressuring me to get married. The religion and culture I come from, parents expect and want girls
to be married at an early age around 20-24. In my culture, girls who are not
EXAMINING PSYCHOSOCIAL IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT
THEORIES: A GUIDELINE FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
Ibrahim M ohamad K arkouti
University o f Hartford
This paper provides an overview of Eriksons psychosocial identity
development theory, identifies prominent theor
Dr. Anastassios Carayannis
Paper Evaluation Criteria (15 points)
1. State your chronological age. Clearly & coherently discuss one challenging issue you are
currently facing in your own life.
2. Identify the psychosocial stage from Eriksons theor
1) My chronological age is 21.
A challenge Im facing in my life right now is my dad pressuring me to get married. The religion
and culture I come from, parents expect/want girls to be married at an early age around 20-23.
In my culture, girls who are not
Gold, J. M., & Rogers, J. D. (1995). Intimacy and Isolation: A Validation Study of
Erikson's Theory. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 35(1), 78-86. Retrieved February 29, 2016.
Karkouti, I. M. (n.d.). Examining Psychosocial Identity Developmen
Main emphasis in course on tourism = Canadian National Parks
Canadian national parks = mostly adventure tourism (soft hard) and outdoor recreation
Sites administered by parks Canada = over 20 million visitors per year
This generates over 1 billion dollars
McLean, Chapter 1
Organizational development, also referred as OD, is based on planned change,
organization wide and management from the top. It results by increasing
effectiveness and health via planned interventions, using behav
For decades, Kurt Lewin studies and expended his researches on the theory of
change management. Along the way, Lewin has developed the 3-step model, which
consists about unfreezing, moving and refreezing.
Schein, a former professor of psychology elaborates on many points throughout the
article. One of the main subjects that I found interesting is the influence on study of
culture. In total, there are four key streams of influence that are in the field of