Due at the end of weekend 8:
Unit 8.1 – Interdisciplinary Final Paper (8-10 pages) (200 points) – Maslow’s Need Hierarchy
Unit 8 Interdisciplinary Final Paper Overview
By its very nature, Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pyramid contains interdisciplinary components. Does Maslow’s research reveal to us that in order to achieve our full potential we need to be an interdisciplinary person and thinker? Does Maslow’s research reveal to us that the key to self-actualization is interdisciplinarity? Keep these two questions in mind as you proceed with unit eight. This paper serves as your final assignment in the Interdisciplinary Inquiry course. Up until this point, you have been learning about academic disciplines and interdisciplinarity. This paper takes things to the next step. Here you will be able to explore interdisciplinary inquiry in the context of your own life experiences. Hopefully, it can be a positive step in making you a more interdisciplinary thinker and person.
Unit 8 Outcomes
By the of this unit, students should be able to:
- Crystallize the knowledge explored in the initial analysis of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and its influence on the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences
- Critically reflect on the impacts of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs on individuals and society
- Apply all of the APA writing, referencing, and formatting conventions learned throughout the courseThis paper will require a minimum of 3 sources. You must use the article A Theory Of Human Motivation by Abraham Maslow as one of your sources. One will be from the unit 7.3 bulletin board that was posted by another student. The final (3rd source) will be one that you found on your own.
Step 1: This paper will require a minimum of 3 sources. You must use the article A Theory Of Human Motivation by Abraham Maslow as one of your sources. One will be from the unit 7.3 bulletin board that was posted by another student. The final (3rd source) will be one that you found on your own.
First :A Theory Of Human Motivation by Abraham Maslow under attachment
Second : McLeod, S. A. (2018, May 21). Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Simply psychology: https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html
Third : Choose one from those two source
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: An Islamic Critique
The model of the hierarchy of needs by Abraham Maslow is pervasive according to existing studies. This article offers an in-depth description of the hierarchy and identifies current criticisms. The article author puts more concentration on missing emphasis on the spiritual aspect of human existence in Maslow’s model. The research also explores reasons as to why the model needs to be commoditized. The model needs to be divorced from its substance and used merely as a commodity (Bouzenita & Boulanouar, 2016). It also criticizes the later changes made by Maslow on his model. The article also explains how the model can be used in marketing. It describes how the model is diversely received in the Muslim academic circles.
Adapting Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
In this research, the author is using Maslow’s hierarchy of needs to explain the wellness initiatives among the people. In medical education for graduates, burnout harms the career of an individual and their wellbeing. This article uses the hierarchy to solve the issues caused by exhaustion. There are several causes of burnouts in medical students and healthcare providers; hence initiatives to combat this must be multifaceted (Hale et al., 2019). Maslow’s needs can be used in developing a framework in medical education to help solve the burnout. The article authors refer to the existing studies to support their model.
Bouzenita, A. I., & Boulanouar, A. W. (2016). Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: An Islamic critique. Intellectual Discourse, 24(1).
Hale, A. J., Ricotta, D. N., Freed, J., Smith, C. C., & Huang, G. C. (2019). Adapting Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as a Framework for Resident Wellness. Teaching and Learning in medicine, 31(1), 109-118.