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They are primarily local girls, fresh out of high school, who have not aspired to a college education. They come primarily from the lower middle and working classes. They seem typical of girls who are not set on an academic or career path-they want to acquire the skills and knowledge that will enable them to practice nursing, then marry and work, if possible. THE SCHOOL The General Hospital School of Nursing has shown striking parallels, in its history and development, with the development of diploma schools of nursing throughout America.

Assignment to teams makes the studen ts working partners with others from whom help and assistance in the learning and performance of the nursing role can be obtained. Although the patterning of their work assignments in the hospital does not bring large numbers of students together on the wards, there are opportunities for informal get-togethers after hours. In off-duty hours, the natural groupings of friends, which may or may not have been fostered or 1>timula:ted by working rela•llionships or by the initial dormitory room assignments, flourish.

Formal Education and the Process of Professionalization: A Study of Student Nurses, Community Studies, Kansas City, Missouri, 1957. THE GENERAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 27 the training program, s,ince this is necessary before one can enter practice. , engineering, which one may leave after partial completion and still obtain a job in the field. Furthermore, 97% ~tated that they planned to work as nurses after marriage. The ideology of the nursing school stresses a professional orientation such that the student who seriously considers leaving nursing or becoming a nurses' aide is likely to receive little support from her peers or the faculty.

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