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Veteran In A New Field By W. H. Payne
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In 1866, after service with the Irish Brigade in the Civil War, Seamus Delaney arrives at a famous and luxurious Catskill Mountain resort. He is under orders from his employer, the shadowy... More > Secretary, to "rest." He soon finds that far from enjoying a rest, he is immersed in the murderous conflict that gave rise to the War and which persists in a tortured Nation.< Less
Veteran In A New Field By W. H. Payne
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In 1866, after service with the Irish Brigade in the Civil War, Seamus Delaney arrives at a famous and luxurious Catskill Mountain resort. He is under orders from his employer, the shadowy... More > Secretary, to "rest." He soon finds that far from enjoying a rest, he is immersed in the murderous conflict that gave rise to the War and which persists in a tortured Nation.< Less
Ethical and Organizational Problems at Halliburton Energy Services By Farrukh Khan
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Halliburton is an American legend that started in a modest single room office in 1919 and made it to the top. In its early days, this firm depended on the hard work and effort of its owners Mr. and... More > Mrs. Erle P. Halliburton who used to cement oil wells in Burkburnett, Texas. However, within 89 years Halliburton has grown into a firm that operates in 70 countries of this world with revenues in excess of US$ 15 billion. Besides oil field services, Halliburton subsidiaries, including Kellogg Brown & Root were involved in megaprojects for clients including clients in the oil and gas industry and the military. Success depended on its ability to deliver on what it charged and this had impressed the United States Military and its other clients. This essay presents a discussion about the ethical and organizational problems that confront Halliburton Energy Services.< Less
Ethical and Organizational Problems at Halliburton Energy Services By Farrukh Khan
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Halliburton is an American legend that started in a modest single room office in 1919 and made it to the top. In its early days, this firm depended on the hard work and effort of its owners Mr. and... More > Mrs. Erle P. Halliburton who used to cement oil wells in Burkburnett, Texas. However, within 89 years Halliburton has grown into a firm that operates in 70 countries of this world with revenues in excess of US$ 15 billion. Besides oil field services, Halliburton subsidiaries, including Kellogg Brown & Root were involved in megaprojects for clients including clients in the oil and gas industry and the military. Success depended on its ability to deliver on what it charged and this had impressed the United States Military and its other clients. This essay presents a discussion about the ethical and organizational problems that confront Halliburton Energy Services.< Less
Paradox of Professionalism: American Nurses in World War II By Marsha L. Burris
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During World War II, nursing leadership used their wartime contributions to advance their professional interests. Nursing leaders directed the rank and file nurses in a war whose commanders demanded... More > excellence in terms of skills and abilities while perpetuating regulations that restricted much of the efforts of recruitment and performance. Ex service nurses returned to the civilian work force confident in their abilities and ready to confront the causes of unfair working conditions under which they worked before the war. In adhering to the nineteenth century model of the well disciplined, self sacrificing and dutiful caretaker, however, organized nursing was unable to break the century long traditions that placed it in an inferior position in medicine, thus the field of nursing improved their circumstances only in areas over which they controlled such as education and licensing.< Less
Paradox of Professionalism: American Nurses in World War II By Marsha L. Burris
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During World War II, nursing leadership used their wartime contributions to advance their professional interests. Nursing leaders directed the rank and file nurses in a war whose commanders demanded... More > excellence in terms of skills and abilities while perpetuating regulations that restricted much of the efforts of recruitment and performance. Ex service nurses returned to the civilian work force confident in their abilities and ready to confront the causes of unfair working conditions under which they worked before the war. In adhering to the nineteenth century model of the well disciplined, self sacrificing and dutiful caretaker, however, organized nursing was unable to break the century long traditions that placed it in an inferior position in medicine, thus the field of nursing improved their circumstances only in areas over which they controlled such as education and licensing.< Less
Using Matrix with Women Clients: A Supplement to the Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People with Stimulant Use Disorders By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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The Matrix Intensive Outpatient Treatment for People with Stimulant Use Disorders, Counselor’s Treatment Manual, originally published in 1995 by the Matrix Center and reproduced by SAMHSA in... More > 2006, has been used by thousands of addiction treatment counselors. The Matrix treatment model grew from a need for structured, evidence-based treatment for clients who abuse or are dependent on stimulant drugs, particularly methamphetamine and cocaine. The program model has been well received by the addiction treatment field, and the demand for the Matrix program materials has been very high. At the same time, as the field became more experienced with the use of the program materials, a need was identified for tailoring of program materials to certain special populations. In 2005, an adaptation to the Matrix materials was developed for Native American/ American Indian persons. In 2006, an additional adaptation was prepared for men who have sex with men.< Less
Those Who Serve Martha's Vineyard and WWII By Linsey Lee
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Oral History narratives of the World War II experiences, on the homefront and overseas, from twenty people of Martha's Vineyard with WWII era photos and contemporary photo portraits.
A Traveller in Wartime By Winston Churchill
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Winston Churchill, the American author, writes about his experiences in Europe during WWI after leaving New York in the summer of 1917. He and countless other Americans travel to Europe to join the... More > war effort by building shelters for the homeless French, driving ambulances, and becoming a part of the American Field Service.< Less
Life is a Great Game By Salvatore Cottone, Susan Mannino
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Life is a Great Game is a work of historical fiction based on real people and events embedded in a powerful work of fantasy. The story describes an actual event- a soccer match that occurred in... More > Sicily on the same day that the Allied Forces invaded Sicily during WWII. Numerous captivating layers of politics, social and economic issues, including the timely topic of war and its consequences, are interspersed with timeless matters of sports, politics, love and camaraderie. This novel includes many factual details on ancient mythology, art history, literature and the sociological bases and consequences of emigration across many decades. Real life and its complications are portrayed through a story rife with intrigue and built around a soccer game in which the two teams on the field are not the only players. The portrayal of heroes and villains, many of whom are based on actual individuals, is a representation of the roles and positions played by all people in the game of life, itself.< Less