Epistemic violence occurs due to a negative bias in the interpretation of information in empirical research. The interpretation of the data is done in such a manner that the other is exhibited as inferior or even as problematic. This is even in the case where the data presented allows for the liberal interpretation that expresses both alternatives as equally viable. These interpretations of the other as problematic or inferior are ones which give rise to a negative reflection of the other.
“To be, or not to be, that is the question,” (Shakespeare 50) is by far the ideal one to quote from the third act. It is by far the most important and most significant line in the entire scene. It is a line that has cascaded the eons of time to remain relevant even in the speeches of today.
Men in Nursing,” Wolfenden (2011) attempts to dissect into some of the problems men face in the nursing profession. Although Wolfenden (2011) does not explicitly examine patient perceptions of male nurses, he offers insights that may help unravel the root cause of the problem. His arguments may shed light onto the reasons most patients have negative perceptions and attitudes toward male nurses
According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, strokes remain as the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. It is also the leading cause of preventable long-term disability. The average number of strokes in the United States is 760,000.