Essays about: "Social Impairment"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 21 essays containing the words Social Impairment.

  1. 1. INVESTIGATING THE VIABILITY OF PERFORMING DRIVING EXAMINATIONS IN A SIMULATED ENVIRONMENT The effect of mere presence and evaluation apprehension on driving performance

    University essay from Institutionen för tillämpad informationsteknologi

    Author : Oskar Ekström; Joel Ruthberg; Erik Van Der Maarel; [2019-08-07]
    Keywords : Driving Simulation; Driver Assessment; Swedish Driver Test; Social Facilitation; Social Impairment; Mere Presence; Evaluation Apprehension;

    Abstract : Denna rapport syftar till att ge insikter om hur simulatorer kan användas för att bedömaförarkompetens. För att simulatorer ska utgöra ett lämpligt alternativ till bedömningar på vägär det nödvändigt att förstå alla meningsfulla skillnader. En sådan skillnad kan utgöras av densociala närvaron av en examinator. READ MORE

  2. 2. Social Interactions and Friendships of adolescents with vision impairments : A scoping review

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/HLK, CHILD

    Author : Eleftheria Beteinaki; [2019]
    Keywords : social interaction; social inclusion; friendships; adolescents; vision impairment; blindness; low vision; scoping review;

    Abstract : Background: Social exclusion of people with vision impairments is an ongoing issue. Since social inclusion emphasizes social and emotional aspects as distinct from academic ones and the aspects concerning opportunities, the focus is turned on the domain of social interactions and friendships. READ MORE

  3. 3. Social acceptance of the Vesterhav Syd Wind Power Project : quantitative and qualitative content analysis of social acceptance towards a wind power project in the Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality at the west coast of Jutland, Denmark

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Daniel Valentini; [2018]
    Keywords : Social Acceptance; Nearshore Wind Power; Vesterhav Syd; Mixed Methods; Quantitative Content Analysis; Qualitative Content Analysis;

    Abstract : Essential for the effectiveness of green technology projects is the acceptance of these projects by local actors, from the planning phase to the implementation. It is especially important to understand those people who oppose the idea of having wind turbines in their “backyard” since local resistance can hamper or even prevent the installation of wind power projects. READ MORE

  4. 4. Cognitive & academic function after Traumatic Brain Injury in school aged children: Documen-tation within medical and school records on problems and recommended support : A Systematic Review

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/HLK, CHILD

    Author : Kudzai Ruhukwa; [2018]
    Keywords : systematic literature review; cognitive functioning; traumatic brain injury TBI ; medical records; school records;

    Abstract : Background: Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has been identified as a crucial public concern, causing interrup-tion in children’s cognitive development, sometimes resulting in permanent impairment or even death. Hence documen-tation in health and school records regarding their functioning or environmental restrictions post injury, seems vital for the facilitation of communication between a child’s systematic and ongoing environment. READ MORE

  5. 5. Discursive (dis)orders of Disability Research : A Critical Discourse Analysis of ’participation in research’ in Swedish Disability Research articles and overviews

    University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad

    Author : Maria Larsdotter; [2018]
    Keywords : disability research; participants; participatory; Sweden; critical discourse analysis; ideational grammar; Funktionshinderforskning; deltagare; deltagarbaserad forskning; Sverige; kritisk diskursanalys; ideationell grammatik;

    Abstract : In this thesis my aim is to analyse and discuss discourses of Swedish disability research, with focus on participation in research by disabled people. My research question is based on an observation that research overviews and evaluations repeatedly argue for the importance of participation of disabled people. READ MORE