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11.Which registered nurse (RN) program is intended to provide training not only in nursing skills and theory, but also to provide the background for becoming a nursing educator or leader?

a.Associate degree programs.

b.Hospital-based diploma schools.

c.University baccalaureate programs.

d.Post-baccalaureate advanced programs.

e.Military nursing programs.

12.Which type of program produces the fewest registered nurses today?

a.Associate degree programs.

b.Hospital-based diploma schools.

c.University baccalaureate programs.

d.Post-baccalaureate advanced programs.

e.Military nursing programs.

13.The _________________ are relatively inexpensive, require only two years of training, and yet place their graduates on the same career track as graduates of other programs.

a.Associate degree programs.

b.Hospital-based diploma schools.

c.University baccalaureate programs.

d.Post-baccalaureate advanced programs.

e.Military nursing programs.

14.Nursing is ranked by sociologists as a distinctly ____________ class occupation.

a.Working.

b.Lower.

c.Middle.

d.Upper.

e.None of the above.

15.This stage of socialization in the nursing student’s education consisted of nursing students wanting to do things for patients within a secularized Christian-humanitarian ethic of care and kindness, consistent with the lay image of nursing:

a.Initial innocence.

b.Labeled recognition of incongruity.

c.Psyching out.

d.Role simulation.

e.Provisional internalization.

16.What socialization stage was characterized by students performing so as to elicit favorable responses from the instructors?

a.Initial innocence.

b.Labeled recognition of incongruity.

c.Psyching out.

d.Role simulation.

e.Provisional internalization.

17.Nursing students begin to collectively articulate their disappointment and openly question their choice of becoming a nurse at what stage?

a.Initial innocence.

b.Labeled recognition of incongruity.

c.Psyching out.

d.Role simulation.

e.Provisional internalization.

18.The central rule of the doctor-nurse game is to avoid:

a.Administrator intervention in day-to-day activities.

b.A shift in the balance of power.

c.Medical errors.

d.Open disagreement between the players.

e.None of the above.

19.Researchers find that many nurses are no longer willing to be treated as mere subordinates by physicians. Several reasons are offered for this change. What is NOT a reason for this change?

a.Declining public esteem for doctors.

b.Increased number of women doctors.

c.The nursing shortage.

d.Most nurses today are educated in academic settings.

e.Increase in nursing salaries.

20.Although this was not always the case, nursing students today tend to view their occupation as:

a.Secondary to life goals of marriage and family.

b.A career to be followed throughout their working lives.

c.The pathway to better jobs in hospital administration.

d.A second choice because they couldn’t get into medical school.

e.None of the above.

 

 

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