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accreditation of nursing schools, 2, 4, 72–77, 168n. 107 allopathy v. homeopathy, 11–12 applicants to St. Luke’s, 13–32; age of, 19; backgrounds, 25–26, 65–68; economic circumstances, 27, 39 (see under class); educational requirements for admission, 30; gender of, 14 (see also sex-role stereotypes); marital status, 16–18; maturity, 20–21; as mothers , 18; previous training and education , 29–32; previous work experience, 27, 32–38; race, 14–16; rural origins, 26–29; selection criteria , 19–20 apprenticeship aspect of nursing, 3–5, 49–53, 84, 89, 99, 114, 133, 151–53, 183n. 75 caring, 1–3, 78–80, 91–94, 145, 154, 187n. 70, 204n. 51 class, 36–37, 53–58, 65–68, 109–11, 127–30; father’s occupational status , 54–56 craft orientation toward nursing, 5, 25–32, 46–53, 57–58, 67, 71–72, 92, 94, 140–42, 145–47, 150, 155, 166n. 79 divisions within nursing, 6, 8; ideological divisions, 54, 66–67, 129–32, 145–46, 150–55, 182n. 72 (see education ). See also models of nursing Dock, Lavinia, 2, 53, 129, 155 education: academic v. “good sense” and “practicality,” 2–3, 6, 30–32, 49, 52, 57–58, 76, 182n. 75, 94–95, 114–15, 132–33, 143–48, 150–51 educational requirements, 2, 4, 13, 60–62, 129, 141, 183n. 75 entry-into-practice debate, 6, 159n.30 exploitation of nurses, 45–49, 53, 57–58, 62–71, 106, 119–20, 150, 154 finished-appearing work, 86–91, 94, 109, 120, 146, 149, 151, 154 gender: femininity, 3, 45, 52–53, 92, 150 (see nursing, women’s unique ability for; sex role stereotypes). See also women; work ethic; work, men’s and women’s Goldmark Report (1923), 30, 47–48 Hampton, Isabel, 30, 53, 60–62, 129, 131 handling, managing and controlling patients, 81–84, 86, 91–94, 107–8, 120, 145, 150, 154 history of nursing, 1, 6, 8, 18, 26, 31–32, 40–41, 48–49, 54, 57, 92, 99–100, 115, 123, 132–33, 140, 147–48 influenza epidemic of 1918, 104–5 labor force participation of women, 223 Index Olson_Index_3rd.qxd 1/21/2004 2:20 PM Page 223 20–21, 27, 31–38, 44–46, 54–57, 72 medicine v. nursing, 11, 14–15, 84–86, 153, 185n. 36 Melosh, 5, 49, 64, 115, 153 Minnesota: early-twentieth-century development, 25–28; during World War I, 59–60; epidemics, 104–5; fire, 105; nursing collective action organizations, 128–29 models of nursing, 1–8, 14, 31–38, 52–53, 60–68, 91–94, 129, 132–33, 142, 145–55, 157n. 4, 158n. 9, 204n. 52. See also professionalization framework Nightingale, Florence, 2–3, 14–15, 37, 44, 86, 129, 144, 153 nurses’ registry, St. Paul, 16, 72–73, 128–32, 137 nursing: anti-intellectualism, 32; definitions of, 82, 92–94 (see models of nursing); elite, 1, 4, 32, 53, 93, 130, 132, 143, 145–48, 151–52; friendships, 136–38; and higher education, 31–32, 94–95, 114–15, 133, 143–44; job mobility, 135–37, 139–40; labor organizing, 65–68, 106–9, 122–26, 128–30; lesbians, 11; male exclusion, 14–15; marital status, 16–18, 46, 109–11, 124, 138–39; moral emphasis, 14, 44–45, 57,118–20; need for, 11; personality traits, 112–14; and practicality, 2–3, 31, 57, 107–9, 123, 127–29, 168n. 114; private duty, 16, 37, 65, 70, 95, 125–26, 137, 144–46; professionalization of, 2–4, 25, 30–32, 93, 123, 132, 145, 148–55 (see professionalization framework); public service aspect, 39–49, 122–23; rank-andfile nurses, 4, 6–7, 67, 84, 92, 115, 129, 155; as religious calling, 40–44; salary, 133–35, 144; and social movements, 131; women’s unique ability for, 14, 19, 40, 44–46, 48–49, 86, 93 (see gender); work, on duty, 60–72, 78–94, 133 Nutting, Adelaide, 30, 53, 62, 95, 182n. 75 occupational opportunities for women, 27–29, 32–38, 114, 121–22; school teaching, 32, 36–37,141 physical strength, stature and endurance, 21–24, 37–38, 57, 92 94, 103–7, 120, 149–50 professionalization framework, 1, 3–5, 93, 123, 127–33, 140–42, 145–46, 154. See also models of nursing Ramsey County Graduate Nurses’ Association (aka Nurses’ Association ), 15–16, 128, 131 religion and nursing, 3, 38, 40–44, 150 Reverby, 26, 44–45, 123 St. Luke’s Hospital and Training School for Nurses...

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9780814273357
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9780814209592
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642983541
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272
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2015-01-01
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English
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