statements by readers, while investigation of penitents revealed portrayal of Catholics as an ‘out-group’ through lexis which denoted violence, shock and crime. Closer analysis of some keywords revealed polarity between readers displaying differing views in relation to various aspects of religion. Taken together, however
) ranked first in Health and Hinduism literature with 62 documents followed by India, the UK and Bangladesh (n = 40, 33 and 6, respectively). A detailed keyword analysis revealed that the most used keywords in the field of Hinduism and health were “Hinduism,” “religion,” “spirituality” and “Islam.” The USA was also the
followed by Australia and Canada. Cornell University in the USA was found to publish the highest number of documents with 73 papers and to cover 2.74% of the total literature followed by Duke University and Weill Cornell Medical College. A total of 2973 keywords were detected to be used. Most used five keywords were “religion
. “Religion,” “spirituality,” “spiritual,” “health” and “medicine” keywords were used to search the Web of Science (WoS) database. Bibliometric analysis was conducted on the articles published between 1975 and 2017. The analysis was presented with network and density maps. The analysis also included
review of research literature is published. The review of the literature was done utilizing the Cumulated Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) and PubMed. The keyword terms selected for search were: faith community nursing, parish nursing, and/or church nursing for the years 1993–2008. The review
‐year interval, which give an indication of the most debated themes in each period. ∗Religion/theology/secularization∗ is the most frequent keyword during the period 1945 to 1969, followed by ∗Marxism/historical‐materialism∗1 from 1970 to 1984, in what can be considered a second period of the field. Although
IntroductionCircumcision of males is commonly carried out worldwide for reasons of health, medical need, esthetics, tradition, or religion. Whether circumcision impairs or improves male sexual function or pleasure is controversial.
AimsThe study aims to conduct a
manuscripts relating to religion, science, medicine, astronomy are still available for reference today due to many ongoing efforts for preservation of ancient documents by libraries and universities around the world. These manuscripts typically last a few centuries but with time the leaves degrade and the writing becomes
of medicine, and societal issues, as well as philosophy, and religion. In 1972 Dr. Wynder created the journal Preventive Medicine as an international forum for the exchange of ideas that address the promotion of health and prevention of disease in our time. Many of his ideas were developed and nurtured in the symposia
Aim. The aim of the article is devoted to the research of chaplaincy institutes in Ukraine, taking into account the experience of EU countries. Concept. During the study determined, that the interaction between military service and religion is based on a universal socio-cultural tradition, has a complex, multi-level
Summary Introduction: We investigated the association between religiosity, spirituality, and anxiety in pregnant women, taking into account potential confounders. Materials and methods: From September 2005 through March 2006, pregnant women in three obstetrics practices in the American South were included in a cross-sectional study. The anxiety subscale of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale...
Aim. The aim of this research article is to verify waves of fanaticism among thefollowers of the Barelvi sect, a branch of Sufi Islam along with continuation of violentextremist activities by the followers of the Deobandi brand of the Muslim religion inPakistan. It has been evidenced that Pakistan’s society has been
and social nature of the concept and how it changes over time. A search of databases using the keywords FCN, faith community nurse, parish nursing, and parish nurse was done. The concept of FCN was explored using research and theoretical literature. A theoretical definition and model were developed with relevant
This chapter contains several keywords: reflection, reform, religion, revolution, romantic irony, romanticism, and ruins. This book includes keywords spanning abolition and allegory, through madness and monsters, to vision and vampires. It provides deep insights into the political, social, and cultural climate of
(50.6% disclosure rate), and using traditional/herbal medicine (THM) related keywords (41.3% disclosure rate) such as infusions, teas, herbs picked in the garden. A logistic multivariate regression model indicated that disclosure of DS use, by using THM related keywords was associated with non-Jewish religion [EXP(B)=3.57
menstruation, and attitudes towards this pregnancy. Unmarried women, women having irritable moods before menstruation or women having negative attitudes towards this pregnancy had double risk. Related factors during the postpartum period included religion, evidence of irritable moods before menstruation, perception of pregnancy
Abstracts, and used Boolean combined keywords. English and Spanish language articles were considered. The review was conducted between July 2017 and February 2018, with no boundaries on publication dates. Ten studies were selected for inclusion. Of those, two studies were conducted in Mexico and most studies conducted in the
review examines relevant verses in the Holy Quran and identifies the chapters and verses where keywords and phrases are mentioned relevant to the environment and environmental health as a whole. A total of 88 verses in 42 Quranic chapters were identified with a considerable emphasis placed on the importance of water
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