PERIODIZATION ANALYSIS OF HISTORY OF NURSING

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  • Ana Luisa Velandia Mora Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Abstract


The first part of this article assesses the importance of periodization in History; followed by an analysis of the different types of periodization as defined by the most popular publications within the field: Molina (1961); Frank and Elizondo (1961); Jamieson, Sewall y Suhrie (1968); Verderese (1980); Eseverri Chaverri (1984); Martínez et al. (1985); Ávila (1986); Donahue (1985-1993); Collière (1993); Velandia (1994, 1995 y 2005); Hernández Conesa (1995);

Aramayo (1997); Pérez González (1997); Siles (1999); García y Martínez (2001); Sánchez Puñales (2002); Benavent, Ferrer y Francisco del Rey (2003), Ancheta Niebla (2004). The main objective of this article is to discover  both  the externalist and internalist approaches underlying an author’s decision to create or use a particular type of periodization. The secondary objective is to introduce or rediscover publications about history of nursing, from unknown authors.

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Author Biography

Ana Luisa Velandia Mora, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Enfermera General, Lic. en Enfermería, Magíster en Administración,Ph. D. en Ciencias Médicas Profesora Emérita Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Published

2008-06-25

How to Cite

Velandia Mora, A. L. (2008). PERIODIZATION ANALYSIS OF HISTORY OF NURSING. Investigación Y Educación En Enfermería, 26(1). Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/iee/article/view/2852

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES / ARTÍCULOS ORIGINALES / ARTIGOS ORIGINAIS

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