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Wright, A.L., Nichols, E., McKechnie, M. And McCarthy, S., (2013). "Combining Crisis
Management and Evidence-Based Management," the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The research provides a detailed account of the Christian and medieval social, religious, family, as well as economic structure and practices. The Protestant School of thought is discussed in great detail to provide a relationship between key rituals and social practices for marriages, social status, women rights, and treatment. Baptism is described as generally accepted and clerical and was preferred over emergency baptism.
The article has a clear position regarding the decline of spousals as significant in caparison with changes in marriage doctrine. The secular pressures are considered relevant to improvise social pressures in decline of spousals. The cash artifacts have an important role to play in women marriages. The brides regarded spousal's as an important part of the weddings. It provided recognition of economic in dependability. Another notable reason for lower applicability of Spousal's is remarked as emergence of giving daughter their portions at the time of their adulthood. It is also stated that the symbolic value of the economic independence was required to be replaced by actual actions with correct timings as required in an individual's age. The German weddings are considered as diverse; however, later development also influenced English marriages. The revolutionary changes are regard as welcoming and had been observed as having a positive impact on the attitudes and significant role of gender.
The research articulates that marriage had brought changes in the women's life rather than men. The women had to experience an altogether different marriage cycle than men. The notable changes are in terms of their titles and affiliations. The religious aspect also contributed in upholding these changes as changes in the dressing rules as well as their social conduct was also influenced by marriages. The article significantly relates to gender, marriages, and sexuality treatments. The changes in experienced by women are defined as important in terms of gender and marriages. The research conducted by Payling (2001) is also considered relent to the findings and research work conducted throughout the article. The relationship between two researches can also be developed through the age of conducting related work.
Stokes, J.V., Luiselli, J.K., Reed, D.D., & Fleming, R.K. (2010). Behavioral coaching to improve offensive line pass-blocking skills of high school football athletes. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 43(3), 463-72
This study of Stokes (et al. 2010) was intended to see if behavioral coaching could improve the performance of high school athletes, specifically improving the "offensive line pass-blocking skills of high school football athletes" (Stokes et al. 2010). Five football players were selected for the study, specifically because of their sub-par passing ability. To test the success of the intervention, "measurement during the pass-blocking drill was conducted at weekly practice sessions" (Stokes et al. 2010). Later, "the performance of several of the athletes was also measured during game conditions and a maintenance phase when they returned for a second season. Additional evaluation included a social validity assessment in which the athletes rated the relative value of each of the intervention procedures" (Stokes et al. 2010). Athletes were given descriptive and video feedback to improve their skills.
Overall, descriptive feedback did not improve skills. But "video feedback combined with descriptive feedback was consistently superior to descriptive feedback alone in improving pass blocking" as did teaching with acoustical guidance (TAG). "TAG is formally similar to concurrent feedback by which an auditory stimulus follows a target behavior that is demonstrated under real-time conditions:" as in the case of the study a siren is the auditory stimulus used (Stokes et al. 2010). This suggests that different types of stimulus can improve performance in the short-term. However, the players did not retain the improvements in the second session, suggesting deterioration occurred without positive reinforcement.