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Konceptualna osnova pridobivanja jezika s Pinkerjevega vidika
Maja Sever, 2009, diplomsko delo

Opis: Že stoletja se jezikoslovci zanimajo za razvoj jezikov, ki jih danes govorimo. Slovnična pravila, ki so jih oblikovali strokovnjaki s področja jezikoslovja in seveda družba, omogočajo razumljivo in učinkovito medsebojno komunikacijo ljudi različnih etničnih skupin in skupnosti. Kljub temu pa se mnenja teoretikov razlikujejo oziroma si nasprotujejo. V diplomskem delu obravnavam teorijo Stevena Pinkerja, priznanega kanadsko-ameriškega psihologa in kognitivnega znanstvenika, ki se ukvarja predvsem z razvojem jezika pri otrocih. Njegov namen je začrtati različne vidike jezika in jezikovnih pravil. Njegovo raziskovanje je usmerjeno predvsem v impulze in kalkulacije, ki se pojavljajo v človeškem mišljenju, ko le-ta poskuša razumeti in doumeti različne dogodke ter jih posredovati okolici. V skladu z njegovo teorijo se jezik pri otroku instinktivno razvije na podlagi prirojenih osnovnih konceptov, kot so materija, čas, prostor in vzročnost. Z vsakodnevno komunikacijo se besedni zaklad neprestano spontano širi. Na podlagi posploševanja in uporabe pravil so otroci sposobni tvoriti neskončno število možnih kombinacij iz omejenega števila primerov, slišanih iz okolice. Pinker metaforično predstavi jezik kot okno, ki nam omogoča raziskovanje narave človeka, ki se odraža skozenj.
Ključne besede: jezik, mišljenje, filozofija, jezikovni instinkt, otroški govor, pridobivanje jezika
Objavljeno: 07.01.2010; Ogledov: 1604; Prenosov: 80
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Do the experiences of patients of state-employed family physicians and concessionaires in Slovenia differ?
Danica Rotar-Pavlič, Maja Sever, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Igor Švab, Janko Kersnik, Wienke Boerma, 2015, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Background: Family practice healthcare in Slovenia is provided by state-employed family physicians as well as concessionaires. However, both work under a contract with the National Health Insurance Institute. This study focuses on comparing patients’ experiences with Slovenian concessionaires and state-employed physicians. Methods: We performed analyses using survey data from a cross-sectional study on patient experiences, which took place from September 2011 to April 2012 as a part of the international QUALICOPC study. The Slovenian branch of this study included 1,962 patients visiting family practices. Patients were classified into two groups with respect to the registered status of their family physician. They completed the questionnaires immediately aſter visiting their family physicians. Data used in the analyses included 76 variables: 18 socio-economic and 58 variables linked to the patient’s experience. Results: The analyses showed few differences between concessionaires and state-employed family physicians. In comparison with patients of state-employed family physicians, patients of concessionaires were less likely to make an appointment for a visit (19.8 % vs. 29.2 %), were generally more frequent visitors (43.7 % vs. 50.7 %), and more oſten felt that opening hours were too restricted (25.7 % vs. 31.9 %). Patients of concessionaires believed more oſten that in general, doctors can be trusted (40.1 % vs.47.1 %). A smaller percentage of patients of concessionaires felt that their physician had the capacity to deal with personal problems as well as to provide medical care (61.9 % vs. 54.7 %). Conclusions: There are few differences in patients’ experiences of state-employed family physicians and concessionaires. Slovenian patients have a generally positive experience with family practice services regardless of the family physicians’ status. Plans for organizational change of the health sector should include patients’ perceptions of services.
Ključne besede: patient, experience, family physician, state-employed, concessionaire
Objavljeno: 10.05.2017; Ogledov: 407; Prenosov: 168
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Process quality indicators in family medicine
Danica Rotar-Pavlič, Maja Sever, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Igor Švab, 2015, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Background: The aim of our study was to describe variability in process quality in family medicine among 31 European countries plus Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The quality of family medicine was measured in terms of continuity, coordination, community orientation, and comprehensiveness of care. Methods: The QUALICOPC study (Quality and Costs of Primary Care in Europe) was carried out among family physicians in 31 European countries (the EU 27 except for France, plus Macedonia, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and Turkey) and three non-European countries (Australia, Canada, and New Zealand). We used random sampling when national registers of practitioners were available. Regional registers or lists of facilities were used for some countries. A standardized questionnaire was distributed to the physicians, resulting in a sample of 6734 participants. Data collection took place between October 2011 and December 2013. Based on completed questionnaires, a three-dimensional framework was established to measure continuity, coordination, community orientation, and comprehensiveness of care. Multilevel linear regression analysis was performed to evaluate the variation of quality attributable to the family physician level and the country level. Results: None of the 34 countries in this study consistently scored the best or worst in all categories. Continuity of care was perceived by family physicians as the most important dimension of quality. Some components of comprehensiveness of care, including medical technical procedures, preventive care and health care promotion, varied substantially between countries. Coordination of care was identified as the weakest part of quality. We found that physician-level characteristics contributed to the majority of variation. Conclusions: A comparison of process quality indicators in family medicine revealed similarities and differences within and between countries. The researchers found that the major proportion of variation can be explained by physicians' characteristics.
Ključne besede: family physician, process quality, comparison
Objavljeno: 28.06.2017; Ogledov: 196; Prenosov: 62
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