Any insult, harm or damage brought to their personality, profession and family is considered to be an offensive act, and in past many such actions have been quoted where the nurses were mainly regarded as sex symbol, such disgrace of feminism has been widely condemned, and is possible cause towards the de-motivation of the youth and public towards the profession (Gilbert, 2004).
The cultural, social, legal and feminist analysis is not to be considered responsible towards the reduction in the quantum of the enrolments in the nursing school and life.
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