| a. | 45 years | | b. | 30 years | | c. | 15 years | | d. | 5 years | | | | | | |
When one looks at the heart, blood vessels, lungs and respiratory tract as the locus of death on is using which of the following approaches to determine death
| a. | Irreversible loss of the soul from the body | | b. | Irreversible loss of the capacity for bodily integration | | c. | Irreversible loss of flow of vital fluids | | d. | Irreversible loss of consciousness or social interaction |
According to Erikson’s description of developmental eras in the human life cycle, during adolescence children …show more content…
c. formal operational
d. concrete operational
According to the Uniform Determination of Death Act, an individual is dead when he/she has sustained
1. irreversible cessation of the capacity for social interaction.
2. irreversible cessation of circulatory and respiratory functions.
3. irreversible cessation of all functions of the entire brain, including the brain stem.
4. irreversible cessation of the capacity for consciousness
| a. | 2 and 3 | | b. | 1 and 2 | | c. | 2 and 4 | | d. | 1 and 3 |
__________ deals mainly with the notion that human beings survive in some form beyond the death of the physical body
| a. | Transgression theory | | b. | Mortal transformations | | c. | Personal mortality | | d. | Nonempirical ideas | Name avoidance is practiced among
| a. | All of these groups | | b. | Aborigines | | c. | Penan Geng | | d. | Hawaiians |
It is important to develop cultural sensitivity in regards to death and dying
| a. | All of these | | b. | Understand that culture is not simply defines by ethnicity | | c. | Understand identity | | d. | So as to maintain ethnocentrism |
The Dance of Death expresses the idea that
| a. | death is something that affects everyone | | b. | death is