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John and Jane Smith are both economists who are deciding how to split household chores of cooking and cleaning. They discover that John has a comparative advantage in cooking. Does this discovery tell them anything about comparative advantage in cleaning?:
Yes; Jane must have a comparative advantage in cleaning.
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Research shows that three issues top the list as sources of conflict in romantic relationships. Which of the following is NOT among them? a. household chores b. relationships with in-laws c. personal criticisms d. finances
b. relationships with in-laws
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Read the short speech. Household chores are rarely exciting. Sorting laundry and unloading dishes does not quicken the pulse. Few people smile at the prospect of mopping. However, chores are building blocks for a firm foundation. Young children who help in the kitchen gain confidence preparing food. When teens help in the yard, they learn valuable home-maintenance skills. These experiences provide support for future independence and success. Identify the metaphor in the speech.
“However, chores are building blocks for a firm foundation.”
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As part of a behavior modification program, Kendra and her partner each agree to praise the other if she completes her assigned household chores by the end of the day. Such praise is an example of:
secondary reinforcement and positive reinforcement.
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Adam fails the test on the digestive system in class. He tells his teacher the reason he failed the test was that his mother had been too demanding that he do the household chores, so he had no time to study. What defense mechanism is he using?
Patricia, a family therapist, has adopted an egalitarian philosophy to guide her practice. A Korean couple comes to her to address concerns they have about their teenage daughter. When asked about their home life, they acknowledge that they hold traditional roles and values and that the household chores are entirely left to the females in the family. Patricia should: a)challenge their values immediately since they are probably contributing to the problems with their daughter. b)explore with the couple how satisfied they are with the current division of labor. c)convince the husband to try washing the dishes and cleaning the house. d)suggest that the females in the family enroll in an assertiveness training group.
explore with the couple how satisfied they are with the current division of labor.
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When teaching a patient who has rheumatoid arthritis (RA) about how to manage activities of daily living, the nurse instructs the patient to a. stand rather than sit when performing household chores. b. avoid activities that require continuous use of the same muscles. c. strengthen small hand muscles by wringing sponges or washcloths. d. protect the knee joints by sleeping with a small pillow under the knees.
ANS: B Patients are advised to avoid repetitious movements. Sitting during household chores is recommended to decrease stress on joints. Wringing water out of sponges would increase the joint stress. Patients are encouraged to position joints in the extended position, and sleeping with a pillow behind the knees would decrease the ability of the knee to extend and also decrease knee range of motion (ROM).
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2. A client with rheumatoid arthritis states, “I can’t do my household chores without becoming tired. My knees hurt whenever I walk.” Which nursing diagnosis would be most appropriate? 1. Activity intolerance related to fatigue and pain. 2. Self-care deficit related to increasing joint pain. 3. Ineffective coping related to chronic pain. 4. Disturbed body image related to fatigue and joint pain.
1. Based on the client’s complaints, the most appropriate nursing diagnosis would be Activity intolerance related to fatigue and pain. Nursing interventions would focus on helping the client conserve energy and decrease episodes of fatigue. Although the client may develop a self-care deficit related to the activity intolerance and increasing joint pain, the client is voicing concerns about household chores and difficulty around the house and yard, not self-care issues. Over time, the client may develop ineffective coping or body image disturbance as the disorder becomes chronic with increasing pain and fatigue.
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The institutional marriage is marked predominately by A) equal sharing of household chores and childcare. B) mutual respect. C) an attachment based on love and caring. D) strict roles dictating how one is to behave within the family unit.
The spread of industrial capitalism in the mid-1800s led to many social changes, including: A. More children being born in an average family B. Husbands’ increased contribution to the household chores C. Separate spheres for men and women D. Transition to an increased familial mode of production
Separate spheres for men and women
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