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The CFA application point II Curriculum is equipped into numerous learn periods to aid applicants navigate the fabric. every one learn consultation contains assigned readings (drawn from textbook chapters, specialist magazine articles, CFA Program-commissioned content material, instances, and examine analyst reports); studying end result statements; and challenge units that show useful program and toughen figuring out of the techniques provided within the readings. For comfort, the assigned readings are assembled into a number of self-contained volumes. CFA has: * Sequenced the readings in conformity with the research periods * Reprinted the pertinent studying final result statements prior to every one examining * extra learn assets, resembling a more robust define, a accomplished index, and a unified word list * revealed the curriculum in two-color layout to complement the appearance and readability of the shows, tables, and required as opposed to not obligatory remedies
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The voluntaristic approach conveys a view of the user as overtly rational: he or she decides to seek professional help in order to relieve symptoms of distress. Here, drug use is perceived as being based on the user’s own decision and choice of action. Regardless of its emphasis on rationality, the voluntaristic approach portrays users as acting in a social vacuum where other social actors, such as significant others and physicians, are made invisible. PROVIDER-ORIENTED PERSPECTIVES Physician characteristics Let us now turn our attention to provider-oriented perspectives.
As women have entered the labour market in growing numbers over the past two decades, the changes in women’s role in society have led to speculation about how women’s 38 Gendered Moods working role will alter their health habits and health status (Verbrugge 1989). In the area of alcohol research, the so-called convergence hypothesis was used in the early 1980s as a predictive statement. This hypothesis postulates that women’s employment in the labour market will change their social position in such a way that the traditional female role will give way to behaviours previously pursued by men.
Cafferata et al. 1983). g. Parry 1968; Pflanz et al. 1977). g. Bakka et al. 1974; Jartsell and Nordegren Social scientific perspectives 41 1976; Cafferata and Kasper 1983; Riska and Klaukka 1984; Isacson and Haglund 1988; Ashton and Golding 1989). Most of these studies have noted simply the prevalence of use. Their authors have omitted placing key social characteristics such as income or socio-economic status in a theoretical framework which would help to explain variations. The emergent social characteristics appear to represent a shared structural position, defining an individual’s access to material and social resources in society.