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    Watson's Theory of Human Transpersonal Caring

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    Describe how Watson's Theory of Human Transpersonal Caring is related to nursing during the economic crisis of 1930's.

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    During the 1930's, there was a general lack of most of the basic human needs. People would stand for hours in lines waiting for bread or the simple staples to have a meal. Men would work any job they could find so their families could merely get by one day at a time. People who were very ill were also getting by one day at a time. Jean Watson's theory of Human Transpersonal Caring is not unlike the situation when a country was very ill and needed assistance. In this case, neighbors, friends and families did their best to help each other One of the carative factors is the ...

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