The Concept of Death and Its Relevance to Nursing
Death is an ever-present reality for nurses. Dealing with and preventing the risks of death, as well as providing end-of-life care when death is inevitable are some of the many responsibilities assumed by nurses in clinical settings. The absence of relevant information about death does not make it easier for nurses to overcome its challenges.
The Destiny of Mexicans within the U.S. in 1850s – 1900s
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is an interesting and important document, which historical significance should not be underestimated. Instead of arguing about its value and role, it is worth discussing its effectiveness in terms of correlation of de facto and de jure aspects.
Water in Idaho
Idaho scientifically is categorized as a desert, therefore, it seems ironical when the state becomes the most water-rich part of the United States. Water availability is through a number of rivers, lakes, and water-bearing rocks like the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer, which covers nearly 35,800 square miles.
Evaluation Of Surface Water Pollution
This paper studied evaluation of surface water pollution from industrial and municipal waste water by using GIS and remote sensing applications and theories. The article has stated that GIS and remote sensing techniques and application are used in monitoring and evaluation...
Marriage, Divorce and the Working Woman
A renowned sociological theory that tries to explain divorce in marriages is the conflict theory, which was pioneered by Karl Mark in 1844 (Fine & Fincham, 2013). The theory proposes that conflicts are inspired and intensified by deficiency, distribution of power, and emotional involvement.
The United States Army Organizational Technology
The United States came to be in the Age of the Enlightenment, i.e. circa 1680 to 1800. The era in the Western philosophy whereby thinkers and writers were rejecting fallacies of the bygone instead choosing to focus on intellectual, cultural, and scientific life started in the 18th century.