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    • Physician & Patient Communication 44 Based on the information previously given in this literature review, it is clear that web-logs have become a valuable tool for not only those who desire to read and make comments on web-logs, but web-logs are...
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    • iGRIEVE 17 Traditionally, memorials consisted of symbolic reminders (letters, flowers, or pictures) brought to the site of the death or a site associated with the deceased. DeVries and Rutherford (2004) argued that by participating in this symbolic...
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    • iGRIEVE 18 for people to express grief and condolences to the deceased. Sanderson and Cheong (2007), in a study on collective bereavement and religious discourse within the context of social media, found that “social media is facilitating...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 51 Web-Logs and Narratives Web-logs have been chosen as the source of the original research for this thesis. Web-logs are a dependable source of honest and unedited information. Web-log comments are written by a...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 52 According to Lowney and O’Brien (2011) web-logs came into common use in the 1990’s and fundamentally describes a form of online diary (p. 858). Posts are displayed in reverse chronological order and a person...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 58 Patient’s and the relative of patient’s, also recognize the need for empathy and compassion from physicians, as demonstrated by the following narrative. A grandmother shared her thoughts regarding a...
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    • iGRIEVE 32 intense sense of commonality. Naturally, the cell phone becomes the friend you never leave home without because to lose it means to lose (if only temporarily) the relationship with the other individual. While Walther’s focus is on...
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    • "Father took me to Milford, north of Lund, in a bug,^ and I proceeded on my way to Salt Lake City. 'This was the first time I had heen on a train, I had never been to Salt Lake City hcfore, nor stayed in a hotel or bought food in a restaurant. No...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 65 emotional tenor of the interviewer or ask for more information do well in the new admissions process because such tendencies are helpful not only with colleagues but also with patients (para. 7). From Leigh’s...
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    • 33 bullied, and they’ve kinda had like suicide thoughts and stuff, and like, it’s just made it more real to me. Female student: They tell you all the percentages and stuff, and you are like, “Wow, that’s a lot of people” . . . but when...
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    • iGRIEVE 37 categories for additional clarification. Emotion-focused coping sub-categories are as follows: (a) positive reappraisal: reference to the afterlife, (b) positive reappraisal: appreciation of the time spent with the deceased, (c) positive...
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    • 35 Furthermore, the students perceived the conversationalist aspect of Socratic Seminars as being more usable than other types of learning: I think in this class, especially with these seminars and stuff, we can strike a balance between learning...
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    • 38 discussion groups consisting of six to seven students from cross-section courses. Each group completed three separate online Socratic Seminars. The analysis of these online discussions and the small-group interview transcript reveals that...
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    • was named "Little Muddy" from i t s muddy appearance. Eighteen miles north of this place i s Center Creek where over one-half of the Company remained, while the other half journeyed south, under the direction of Parley P. Pratt. Here it was, on a...
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    • iGRIEVE 41 his face” (Simpson, 2011). As eulogizers express gratitude for the amount of personal time spent, or the experiences that were shared, with the deceased, it fosters an appreciation in the audience as it gives a peek into the life of...

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