The Innocence of female aboriginal woman is revealed in the continuous spell of missing necessary commodities and primary health care conditions. This is a study undertaken to assess the different Aboriginal women who are in their 40’s and lack the prime access to the individual identity. In order to support, the different groups of women, there are ample of theories proposed to identify the 40 age experience and help them constitute their own territory. In an economically developed country, the constructivist grounded and feminism theory has been prioritized. The nurses in our community are undergoing through devastating consequences, primarily due to the difference in sex ratios and lack of ‘access to right’ systems. Very few attempts have been made by the prime groups to identify the native land of aboriginal women and girls. The relevance of feminism with reference to a woman’s role in a society and oppression systems that outdo the cry of a woman has been emphasized (Calder-Dawe and Gavey, 2016).
The Constructivisit grounded theory is based on the premise- the realization of contemporary factors that appear to bring a change in the life of a 40 age aboriginal woman brings about a personal conflict. To begin with, the girls are in their adolescent age groups when they begin their nursing profession and undergo environmental struggles. This is evident through the ‘respectful culture’ and painful critiques of woman. In our society, the woman is considered as reverential and dutiful, but the social acceptance of an aboriginal is connected with a completely different path. The woman is dual spirited and understands the individual essence (Jackson, 2018). The life of a nurse is all about arresting the consciousness of a patient and narrative discourses taken in the due course of time. Due to the social construction of an economy, the nurses have a new dimension which is able to transform the people. The feminism is at risk due to the interplay existing between the colonial bodies and emerging practices. The primary challenge is to identify the gender biases that degenerate the aboriginal woman. At the same time, the perpetration of religious violence and sickness is a major disadvantage that is comparable with white feminism theory. The feminist theory holds the facts that nurses are extraordinary women that are able to portray a different clasp of child and family care (Hollway, 2012).
The western theoretical suggests different perspectives on counter-surgency and sufferings of a patient that cannot be articulated in a gendered language. The ineffective care of human beings is radically associated with the behavioral practices of an aboriginal woman. This can also be attributed to social differentiation and individuality of a woman that can be qualified as implicit inferiority or a feminism process. There is a new dimension of ineffective care which states that the needs of a man such as infection control, drug addiction, barrier problems requires the necessary equipments and isolation. For instance-drug addiction is a problem that cannot be resolved alone by a woman nurse and requires close monitoring (Potts, 2010). This is not apprehensible due to the therapeutic methods required to stop the extreme proximity between a patient and nurse. The modern feminism theory tries to identify the different ideologies behind being a nurse. This is ascertained in the different nursing calls made during the night time and summon a woman. For instance- in hospitals, more than fifty percent of women work on a night duty and required to be present for every single discharge of patient. At times, this requires reading instructions and health insurance policies (Wilkinson, 2007).
There is a methodical alignment from ineffective care to effective care. This may or may not be compatible with the society, but the woman is a power in every situation, with reference to a man. This has a different dimension to the oppressed society. For instance-the subject of physical needs required during the recovery of a patient is primarily intruded by the feminist theory. The culture, bars the social individuality of an HIV/AIDS patient. An aboriginal woman who acts as a nurse is not stopped inherently loving and care the child existing within a patient. In a generic language, the woman of a different color may get failed to protect a male gender or to perform the obligatory duties. Why these attempts made by an aboriginal woman are considered as failed by the society? There exists a reverse situation which propagates the effective care of men who have wandered from colonial areas and combat with life movements (Swartz, 2013). The men and women must be encouraged to respect the confined relationships that exist today. The nurse possesses a behavior differentiation capability and comfortable with the appropriate embodied situations. There is no implicit inferiority of a woman when being perceived as a nurse or asserting a complete human being.
The healthcare system requires the intrusion of Feminist theory and constructive grounded theory. The partnering in care strategy are aimed at determining the occasional behaviors that happen within the due course of a patient. For instance-When an aboriginal nurse is encountered with a situation wherein the need is to identify the problems taking place in the fetus requires, spirit and matter that is subordinated. This cannot be ascribed only as gender categorization but also a protection that can be given by a female nurse only. The systems have been working through collaborative partnering in care strategies that are intended to understand the gender determinism on the whole. This is not only one scenario where the collaboration between a man and woman can reduce the decreased mortality rate. An important case relates to a patient diagnosed with an infectious disease (Hollway, 2016). This requires a gender conduct which requires inherent adoption of feminism. An important instance is wherein the 40 age aboriginal woman provides acute care to aged people. This requires enhanced treatment regime and centered care. The contemporary society and health care organizations need to work together. A pharmacist is a person who by the virtue of its characteristics and medical practice prescribes medical help. Not by any means, there must exist a practice to bribe the population with the price increase. The ideology of different theory states a nursing practitioner leads a movement to bring a change in society (Christensen, 2015). A medical scholar has been given to understanding the biological construct which is potentially viable in both males and females. What are the methodologies undertaken to find about the knowledge of an Aboriginal woman. The ability to communicate between a man and woman is not only the associative link to cure the patient. It is the personal involvement or touch that can cure a patient and disregards the strategies undertaken. This is applicable in certain cases only (Davis, 2015).
Understanding the myth and reality of an Aboriginals is a first path taken towards anticipating the behavior of a woman in different situations. What is the difference that exists between a woman and a nurse is impersonated as series of questions? Who is a nurse and what is its confined state towards a man, society and oppressed systems cannot be escaped to a large extent. An aboriginal female must affirm itself to a complete being and do not confront with the myth of being privileged for a woman. An aboriginal 40 aged female must not escape with the family origins and must accept the acceptance or rejections of a modern culture. The route to departure for an Aboriginal woman originates with concern of spirituality and the perception of embodied existing within itself. There is no wrong with the aboriginal female, but the society will start appreciating gradually only on the unconscious effects on ecosystems (Macleod, Marecek and Capdevila, 2014).
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