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Laxman Kumar Jakkala Ms. Ishrat Naaz Ms. Naima Parveen Mr. Gajendra Mahor. Download this article as:. Copy the following to cite this article: Alqahtani M. Introduction Telerehabilitation is defined as the provision and delivery of rehabilitation health services at a distance using information and communication technologies and tools Tan ; Russell Figure 1: Set-up for in-home telerehabilitation: A Framework system; B dashboard Screen C Integrated loop with benefits The participants were given a pre and post session modified TUQ and asked to reflect on their entire rehabilitation experience using the Telerehabilitation platform so as to get relevant information about telemedicine services including key events such as finding out they would receive services at home by videoconference, having the internet and videoconferencing equipment installed at home and receiving services by videoconference including dealing with technical issues.

Conclusion This present study showed that participants were satisfied with most of the aspects of telerehabilitation while given as a part of home health treatment and gave valuable insights so as to develop the therapy further and help in leveraging its scope of practice with clear instructions, guidelines and delivery codes. Acknowledgements We thank all the participants who agreed to be part in this study as well the entire home health care team of Labas Home Healthcare which helped in conducting this study.

Conflict of Interest The authors report no conflicts of interest. References Alaboudi A. Of Telerehab; 1 1 : United Nations. Yin R. Views: There is no longer any sense in which phenomena disclose themselves as already meaningful to a perceiver actively and passively engaged in the environment. In this paper I will argue that the late Husserl and the Merleau-Ponty of the Phenomenology of Perception achieve a re-enchantment of nature, at least in the sphere of perception. No longer are we speaking of portents and signs and traces of the divine or the mystical; now we can talk of the generation of sense in the place where few venture to find it: in the preconceptual realm of perception, in the world of appearances understood as disclosive of the world to a worldly—but in no sense universal—subject embedded in the world as embodied.

Prior to the constituted objective world, there is a phenomenal field in which phenomena take shape as the appearances of things. What we find in ordinary perception is not internal sensations, but external things: objects, people, places and events.

Nowhere in perception do we come across discrete qualitative bits of experience abstracted from the external perceptually coherent environment. If a sensation can be described as a part of a holistic experience of a full-blown perceptual object, there is still something in the sensed that draws the attention to something similar or dissimilar, same and other. Husserl had already discussed an affective allure at the lowest level of conscious life, a stimulus that wakes consciousness up, so to speak. Associated phenomenal structures, as opposed to atomic sense data, make up what is experienced from the first-person perspective.

Before the self has exercised any constitution of objects, there is the prepredicative, prereflective, prelinguistic opening on to things that exercise an affective allure upon us. Passivity amounts to the basic essential conditions of a subjectivity itself. Originally the concept of allure Reiz had a naturalistic sense in the psychology of the late s. But Husserl appropriates the concept as part of his project in Ideas II to sketch out the motivational relation between the lived body and the life-world. Reiz can be translated as obtrusion, stimulus, attraction, or appeal.

To follow the appeal is to set in motion first a yielding and then a striving toward the maximum or optimal givenness of the phenomenon. Following the appeal is turning toward that which calls, and this Zuwendung occurs in the domain of active receptivity. Husserl makes clear that activity and passivity, spontaneity and receptivity are for him relative terms. Receptivity is the lowest level of the activity of the ego.

An intention that goes beyond the given tending towards a progressive plus ultra. More likely is that we perceive at the sensuous level indeterminate, vague, ambiguous, and imprecise and yet no less meaningful Gestalt figures enabled by the holistic impact of sensings. Gestalt theory holds correctly that there is no isomorphism between the contents and the causes of perception.

Empiricism overlooks the inevitable context of perception which discrete stimuli will direct us towards, in the sense of completing a perceptual Gestalt. What is to be explored is the pre-objective realm and its teleological relation with the objective grasp of the meaning already latent, though indeterminate, on the sensory level.

Something is pre-objective when it has a structure that resists articulation into a content that allows it to be grasped in thought. Temporally speaking, the past and future are understood as horizons or fields, instead of a collection of discrete impressions:. Now the sensation and images which are supposed to be the beginning and end of all knowledge never make their appearance anywhere other than within a horizon of meaning, and the significance of the percept… is in fact presupposed in all association.

Inner horizons consist of the anticipations and prefigurations that I have already in mind as I approach the object.

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What, then, is thought, for Merleau-Ponty? It is the conscious passing from the indeterminate to the determinate. What is incoherent about the view from nowhere is that it represents a complete and self-sufficient view of reality. To capture the meaningful passively constituted structures one must first be in relative good health, possess good vision, etc. Circumstances must be normal: daylight, sufficient illumination to detect color and contrast, without the interference of any colored medium, to say nothing of an ill-disposed mood or emotion.

There is an a priori correlation between the displayability of the world and the registering of particular displays by the perceiver. While it is indeed true that Nature is often recalcitrant to our expectant perception, it can nonetheless emerge from hiddenness and reveal itself precisely as that which was formerly absent.

According to the social cognitive theory of Bandura , selective recourse to these mechanisms allows victims to reduce the tension experienced when others do not respect their moral standards and they either feel unable to put a stop to the situation or do not dare to because they fear feeling excluded or making matters worse. In this way, the victims try to play down, camouflage, or distort the intentions behind the abuses they suffer, or the motivations that led the aggressors to disseminate these abuses by technological means.

The apparent ignorance of the identity of the aggressor and the lack of direct contact between aggressor and victim characteristics specific to cyberbullying can foster this type of moral justification to escape the emotional self-sanctions imposed by not respecting their own moral standards Perren and Gutzwiller-Helfenfinger, The present results confirm that moral disengagement has a positive relationship with cybervictimization Model 3 , in the same way as other studies which have verified the existence of a relationship between moral disengagement and cyberbullying Kowalski et al.

This association indicates that the cognitive resources which the victims use to make the aggressions they experience seem less harmful, or not as harmful as other forms of abuse or delinquency, affect the indices of the prevalence of cybervictimization and the persistence of the role of victim. In trying to downplay the hurt suffered and to mask the processes of victimization to which they are being subjected, they significantly weaken their establishment of support networks.

If a person hides or does not recognize their pain, they apparently do not need help from others to combat situations of helplessness, risk, or danger. The perception of cyberbullying becomes a predictor of cybervictimization by way of moral disengagement. Acting on these cognitive and moral distortions should be part of cyberbullying prevention and intervention programs so as to ensure their minimal efficacy.

Previous studies have pointed to the moderating influence that moral identity can have between certain personal variables and cyberbullying Wang et al. The intention with this study was to define the complex web of relationships between moral identity, the perception of cyberbullying, and cybervictimization, without forgetting the mediating influence exerted by moral disengagement. In this sense, the results reveal the power of moral identity to moderate the relationship between perception and cybervictimization.

High levels of moral identity strengthen a definition of cyberbullying based on the three key identifying criteria constituting its perceptive structure: intentionality, publicity, and imbalance. Likewise, this conceptual and perceptual delimitation, based on the values that form the backbone of the moral identity of cybervictims, results in their increased prevalence Model 1. To the extent that they have solid criteria available to let them distinguish an aggression from an episode of cyberbullying, without needing to seek justifications that hide their helplessness or threaten their self-esteem, it would be simpler to identify them as victims, and the prevalence data would thus pick up cases that theretofore had remained hidden.

A strong moral identity may thus improve access to the structures of knowledge and schemes that guide self-regulation, foster social action, and help define the situations of cyberbullying that these adolescents are suffering Aquino and Reed, The moderating effect of moral identity is also present in the relationship between the perception of cyberbullying and moral disengagement Model 2.

In this case, moral identity helps neutralize the negative effects of moral disengagement on the perception of cyberbullying. The results indicate that high levels of moral identity favor an adjusted perception of cyberbullying and lower levels of moral disengagement. These results are consistent with those of other studies Hardy et al. This capacity to neutralize the negative effect of moral disengagement reflects the self-regulatory capacity that moral identity can acquire to compensate for maladaptive social cognitions Hardy et al.

These moderating effects of moral identity do not appear in the relationship between moral disengagement and cybervictimization, where it was expected that its neutralizing role would be played with greater force Figure 3. This means that hypothesis H3 is only partially confirmed. A possible explanation for this may lie in the distortions that the adolescents manifested in their interpretation of cyberbullying when they consider it to sometimes be harmless behavior typical of social relationships, jokes, or the adoption of maladaptive styles of humor.

Finally, the significance of the indirect effects of the perception of cyberbullying on cybervictimization via moral disengagement moderated by moral identity not only confirms that this last variable plays a moderating role, but also that it has a major predictive value. The association between moral variables and cyberbullying has been an object of study during the last decade.

The role analyzed, however, has almost exclusively been that of the aggressor. One of the main contributions of this present study lies in the transfer of protagonism to the victim in an attempt to understand some of the causes that contribute to the lasting nature of their role.