the core of watson's work. watson is best known for taking his theory of behaviorism and applying it to child development. he believed strongly that a child's environment is the factor that shapes behaviors over their genetic makeup or natural temperament.
some religious sects resist change and they seek to keep the world exactly as it was, when that particular religion was founded or when doctrines of that religion were established and this is what we call fundamentalism.
however, the combined energy of religious groups can motivate political and social change. fundamentalism being used by extremists in the middle east combine religion and government in order to create more "islamic states".
- to use "shari'a law" for whole society
- limit the effects of modernization
- force non-fundamentalist muslims and other to obey, even using violence
- women's rights are virtually non-existent
- unfair justice system
- punishments are cruel
- target the united states as the "great satan"
the correct answer is:
c. the right to be treated with respect.
the patient's bill of rights is a list of guarantees for patients receiving medical treatment. was first adopted by the american hospital association (aha) in 1973 and revised in october 1992. patient rights were developed with the expectation that hospitals and health care institutions would support these rights in the interest of delivering effective patient care.
the first right in the list is:
1. the patient has the right to considerate and respectful care.