Discuss the marketing and strategy using the Four P’s for a hospital’s emergency department. Include in your response:
What strategies are framed by the utilization of evidence-based medicine?
How does the Four P’s of market and strategy plan promote the vision and mission of the organization?
How does the Four P’s play a role in organizational operational infrastructure?
8 undergraduate female students from a mid-sized state college were recruited through a research participation pool (PIPER) to examine the effects of menstrual taboo on feminist identity and self-objectification. Feminist identity was assessed through a scale referencing the cardinal beliefs of feminists as well as accepting the label of a feminist. Self-objectification was assessed through a scale measuring Body Shame, Body Surveillance, and Appearance Control Beliefs. Although we had a lot of participants accept the cardinal beliefs of a feminist and accept the label there was no significant effect of feminist identity on self-objectification, meaning those who coincided with feminist core beliefs were not less likely to self-objectify due to menstrual taboo. Past literature suggests that feminist identity can contradict taboos against women. Many studies have used similar aged female participants although many previous studies have not examined the effects of menstruation taboo on feminist identity and self-objectification on women. Future research may consider conducting this experiment over a larger population to provide more diversity in the results. How Feminists View Menstrual Taboo Messages Why is a natural aspect of women’s lives assumed to be socially unacceptable? Menstruation is a natural bodily function experienced by many women but for some reason it is constantly tabooed and associated with negative presumptions. Everyday women are faced with this trauma and are ultimately forced to mask an important part of the female identity. Although it should be viewed as a natural and positive experience, society often criticizes it leading to form negative stigmas around the experience which causes women to self-objectify. Unfortunately this seems to be the case world wide, where not only one society is demonizing menstruation but a high majority are. To contradict this idea, there are women who identify as feminists to challenge these taboo ideas associated with menstruation. Due to this, are women who identify as feminists less likely to self-objectify in reference to menstruation? Menstruation is often hidden from everyone although it is a natural part of female life both socially and culturally. Women hide menstration physically but also refrain from speaking about it. This tends to be an unwanted topic of conversation because of the uneasiness and disgu>GET ANSWER