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    Hansen, F. D. (2006). Human error: A concept analysis. Journal of Air Transportation, 11(3), 61-77.

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    Hello and thank you for using BrainMass. In this particular problem, you are being asked by your professor to put together an article review. An article review consists typically of the following:

    1. Article particulars
    2. Summary
    3. Analysis of concepts
    4. Related ideas & recommendation

    Your professor will be looking to see if you indeed went through the details of the article and you can do this by including ideas and concepts that are discussed in the article. Additionally, you need to be able to show that you have done extra research on the matter by citing relevant information. I have shown you below how you can do this. The information below will help you put together your answer. Make sure to follow fair-use of this solution. You can use the listed resources to further explore the topic. Good luck with your studies.

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    Article Particulars
    - Authors: Frederick Hansen
    - Title: Human error: A concept analysis
    - Publication Details: Journal of Air Transportation, 11(3), 61-77
    - Publisher: Aviation Institute
    - URL: N/A


    Hansen (2006), in this particular article, looked into the problematic phenomenon of human error. For Hansen, human error is a popular subject of study because of the impact it has on a host of events and outcomes across industries in human society. He believes that, while we understand that humans always make mistakes, which is generally what the term refers to, the way we understand the notion of human error is different dependent on the context, our views and the situation. Human error, for example, is seen in a different context when referring to engineering/manufacturing issues or when operating a machine (i.e. piloting a plain). In this particular article, Hansen looks at the varied ways in which the concept of human error is utilised as the outcome or consequence of a particular action or decision taken by an individual. Because of this floating meaning of the concept, experts and researchers across fields whereby the term is utilised rarely agree on one definition ...

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