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Is Nursing a Profession
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Is Nursing a Profession?

Abstract This paper scrutinizes the question of whether or not nursing should be referred to as a profession. The final conclusion shall be made after extensively reviewing the qualities of a profession proposed by Joel and Kelly in their book. The paper begins with an abstract that clearly summarizes the whole work, which later is […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Craig Olson and Eileen Walsh Handling the Sick
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Book Review: Handling the Sick: The Women of St. Luke’s and the Nature of Nursing

Tom Craig Olson and Eileen Walsh are famous writers and scientists who became famous after publishing their book Handling the Sick: The Women of St. Luke’s and the Nature of Nursing, 1892-1937 in 2004. Eileen Walsh wrote a number of books dedicated to different practical issues in the field of general biology. Tom Olson’s most famous book […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Daring to Care written by Susan Gelfand Malka
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Daring to Care by Susan Gelfand Malka

The famous book Daring to Care written by Susan Gelfand Malka analyzes the impact of the second wave of feminism on a nursing sphere that began in the 1960s. According to the author, this movement gave autonomy and professional status to nurses. Malka (2007) marks two periods in the history of nursing. The first period she […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
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Masculinity in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms

Ernest Hemingway himself was perceived as a macho and an extremely virile person who looked in a very masculine way, sporting beard and being muscular and sturdy built, and was a womanizer. Therefore, his oeuvre is often viewed primarily as proclaiming masculine values, such as authority, courage, decisiveness, duty, and others, and featuring submissive and fragile women. […] Read more >>

06.06.2019
The Long Road of Womans Memory one of Jane Addams books
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The Long Road of Woman’s Memory

The noble profession of a social worker was pioneered by Jane Addams, the author of The Long Road of Woman’s Memory. She, alongside other like-minded individuals, saw the need to improve the welfare of the society through enhancing an individual’s wellbeing, in the process of empowering them to meet their basic human needs. The Long Road […] Read more >>

15.04.2019
Getting To Yes Negotiating An Agreement Without Giving In by Fisher and Ury
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Getting to Yes: Negotiating an Agreement without Giving in

Negotiation is a daily activity, in which all people engage, though many of them do not even realize it. The main purpose of communication is reaching an agreement on the issue at hand. The process, however, does not guarantee that the parties involved in the exchange of messages will automatically come to an agreement. It […] Read more >>

02.04.2019
“Existentialism Is a Humanism” by Jean-Paul Sartre’s
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Review of Sartre`s “Existentialism Is a Humanism”

The aim of the essay is to review the Jean-Paul Sartre’s brochure “Existentialism Is a Humanism” that was published in 1946. The essay consists of several parts that reveal the content of the brochure, its basic meaning, presents critique and my own observations so that it is possible to estimate the consistency of Sartre’s thinking […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
A Vindication of Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft
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A Vindication of Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

A Vindication of Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects is one of the first books of feminist philosophy written by Mary Wollstonecraft. This work was a response to the political and social theories that spread the belief that women should not be educated. Wollstonecraft declares that educated women can be an […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
The Grapes of Wrath
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The Grapes of Wrath

The Grapes of Wrath Literary Analysis The novel, The Grapes of Wrath, is written in a clear style, which allows the readers to look at the story, as something more than just a novel. It is a work which embodies the social concern of its author, John Steinbeck, during the exodus of ruined farmers from the […] Read more >>

11.03.2019
7 Habits of Highly Effective People
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7 Habits of Highly Effective People

The Significance of Habit A survey of many textbooks in the field of sociology nowadays reveals that extremely very few people regard habit as a socially important type of human behavior and perhaps even none of them can entertain an extensive discussion on this subject. In fact, the majority of the professional sociological literature accords […] Read more >>

20.02.2019