Type
Crossword
Description

A struggle amoung a small number of interdependent people (usually two) arising from perceived interference with goal achievement. Interpersonal conflict
Purely internal struggle about one's goals Intrapersonal Conflict
Having internal conversations is considered Intrapersonal communication
A moment when how one responds can change the entire direction of a relationship. Choice Point
Personal association for a word. Connotative meaning
Dictionary definition of a word. Denotative Meaning
The level to which people need each other to attain thier goals. Interdependence
Who the parties are to each other. Relationship goal
Two people who have different goals interfering with each others goal achievements but don't know it yet. Latent conflict
Goals that will reward with a certain outcome. Substantive goals
Assigning external reasons to one's own faults. Attribution error
How people attempt to make sense of the world around them. Attribution theory
A solution that all parties find acceptable. Constructive conflict
Occurs when disagreements gravitate towards antagonism instead of resolution. Destructive conflict
Built on the metaphor of an economic marketplace and assumes people will make choices that are the most beneficial to them. Exchange theory
Believed that within any system there are forces that drive conflicts and forces that restrain conflicts. Field theory
A mathematical way to calculate projected gains and losses while playing games to simulate human choice making. Game theory
Focus attention on the communication and interactions among people rather than on the individual. Interaction theory
Proposed that people evaluate the costs and rewards of a relationship by the amount of effort required to attain rewards and avoid costs. Social exchange theory
Includes all of our relationships and interactions. Systems theory
Removing oneself from the controversy Avoidance
Individuals feel threatened and react to others negatively Defensive climates
Equivalent to ones needs. Interests
Begrudgin compliance, perhaps with a plan to get even. Passive aggression

sociology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the scientific study of social structure; patterned social behavior sociology
the patterned interaction of people in social relationships social-structure
the belief that knowledge should be derived from scientific observation positivism
the study of social stability and order social-statistics
person who owns or controls the means for producing wealth capitalist
class owning the means for producing wealth bourgeoisie
working class; those who labor for the bourgeoisie proletariat
the ongoing struggle between the bourgeoisie(owners) and the proletariat(working class) class conflict
social interdependence based on a high degree of specialization of rules organic solidarity
approach that emphasizes the contributions made by each part of society functionalism
the ability to control the behavior of others power
negative consequences of an aspect of society dysfunction
unintended and unrecognized consequences of an aspect of society latent- functions
approach emphasizing the role of conflict, competition, and constraint within a society conflict perspective
behavior that matches group expectations conformity

Economics Chapter 1 and 2 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Decisions by an individual about what to do and what not to do Individual Choice
Anything that can be used to produce something else Resource
What you have to give up in order to get what you want Opportunity Cost
When you compare the costs with the benefits of doing something Trade Off
Decisions based on the additional benefit versus the additional cost Marginal Decisions
An economic situation when no individual would be better off doing something different Equilibrium
When everyone gets his or her fair share Equity
If the opportunity cost of producing the good is lower for that individual than for other people Comparative Advantage
When an individual can do an activity better than other people Absolute Advantage
A form of trade when people directly exchange goods or services that they have for goods or services that they want Barter

Healthy Relationships Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Exaggerated feelings of passion Infatuation
Significant relationship between two people that is based on trust, caring, and consideration Friendship
Qualities or characteristics Attributes
A small circle of friends, usually with similar backgrounds or tastes,who exclude people viewed as outsiders Cliques
You treat people with respect and in return they do too Mutual respect
Treating others with kindness and consideration and in difficult times you show empathy and support Caring
Being honest and open with others, rather than consealing your thoughts, feelings, or actions Honesty
Contributing to the relationship and working to keep it strong, even if it means making some sacrifices Commitment
Expressing your thoughts, feelings, and expectations to others and understand theirs in return Communication
A problem-solving method in which each participant gives up something to reach a solution that satisfies everyone Compromise

Ecology vocabulary crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

What are animals called that eat meat? Carnivores
Animals that eat plants are? Herbivores
If animals eat both plants and meat they are called Omnivores
If the number of organisms that an environment can support due to limited resources it is Carrying capacity
If an organism cant carry out photosynthesis then they will have to eat on other organisms they are called ? Heterotrophs
A section of biospheres that has different types of organism intereacting with each other and with their environment is called Ecosystem
If a animal feeds on a herbivore and they are carnivores their known as Secondary consumers
The living things that lives in an area and interacts with each and also depend with each others are called Biotic Factors
The non-living things that living things need in order to survive are called Abiotic factors
A diagram that shows the transfer of food energy from one organism to the next organism is called Food chain
A web that is made of more than two food chain inter connect is Food web
A herbivore that feeds on plants are called Primary consumers
Are plants and algae they produce their own food thought process of photosynthesis are Autotrophs
A plant that uses photosynthesis to store energy is called Producers
The struggle between members of the same species or different species for limited reasources is called Competition
If the number of specfic organism in an area is known as Population density
A symbiotic relationship in which both organism benefit is called as Mutualism
A close long term of relationships between two organism of different species is called Symbiosis
A type of symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits while the other is neither helped or harmed is called Commensalism
A role of an organism in an ecosystemis called a Niche

NURSING THEORIES CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

Tensions that produce alterations in the environment Stressors
Outcome or produced results of certain stressors and actions of the line of resistance REACTION
State of going back to actual state of health before the illness occured Reconstitution
She formulated the "Science of Unitary Human Beings" theory. Martha Rogers
She is the mind behind the "Nursing Process Theory." Ida Jean Orlando
The malignant phase of dispairful "not caring" and apathetic indifference. Anguish
Eng product of input processed in the system Output
The theory proposed by Madeleine M. Leininger Transcultural Nursing
A biopsychosocial being in constant reaction interaction with a changing environment. Person
Most immediately confronting the person, attracts the most attention. Focal
Coping mechanism from close relationship which results to giving and receiving of love, respect and value Interdependence
Any change in the internal and external environment that induces a response in the adaptive system Stimuli
Determination of how best to assist the person in attaining the established goals INtervention
Typology of twenty one Nursing problems were explained by Faye Abdellah
According to Rogers' theory "continuous and mutual interaction between man and environment' is termed as Integrality
Statements that explain the relationship between the concepts in a theory Propositions
Who explained about "Care, Cure and Core as three independent but interconnected circles of the nursing model"? Lydia Hall
" Caring consists of carative factors that result in the satisfaction of certain human needs". This explanation was stated by Jean Watson
The term which refers the "irreducible, pan dimensional energy field identified by pattern and integral with the human field" is Environment
Who described about 5 levels of nursing experience from novice to expert? Patricia benner

Conflict Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a personal struggle with in Intrapersonal conflict
external problem with more then one person. interpersonal struggle
how things should be done Process goal
an ideal relationship that is wanted relationship goals
your personal goal, whats important straight on. face goal
tangible resources Substantive goals
separate goals that interfere with one another, but ignored. lantent conflict
observations on behaviors Purpose theory
a conversation that involves six views. Barnlund Purposal
The forces that drive and restrain conflict. Field Theory
algorithm that projects wins and losses while playing games. game theory
opposing negative and positive values approach avoid conflict
decision of equal negative value avoid avoid conflict
games by terrorist that put two negative people against each other. Prisoners Dilemma
linked goals of attainment to one another Interdependent
Positive connection, positive goal out come for both parties Positive Interdependence
a bad feeling or vibe Negativity
group over and individual Collectivist Cultures
culture influences how people see and think. Culture Theories
value of one person over many groups. Individualistic Cultures

ECOLOGY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

non living factors that effect an organism ABIOTICFACTOR
an organism that eats only meat CARNIVORE
the number of people, other living organisms, or crops CARRYINGCAPACITY
a group of interdependent organisms of different species growing or living together in a specified habitat COMMUNITY
an organism, especially a soil bacterium, fungus, or invertebrate, that decomposes organic material. DECOMPOSER
an animal that feeds on dead organic material DETRITIVORES
The ecological role and space that an organism fills in an ecosystem. ECOLOGICALNICHE
The progressive replacement of one dominant type of species or community by another in an ecosystem until a stable climax community is established. ECOLOGICALSUCCESSION
the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment ECOLOGY
to represent the flow of food energy and the feeding relationships between organisms FOODCHAIN
A graphical model showing the interconnecting food chains in an ecological community FOODWEB
an organism that eats only plants HERBIVORE
Non-native species disrupting and replacing native species INVASIVESPECIES
A factor present in an environment that controls a process, particularly the growth, abundance or distribution of a population of organisms in an ecosystem. LIMITINGFACTORS
both benefits MUTUALISM
an organism that eats plants and animals OMNIVORE
the amount of organisms of the same species in an area POPULATION
one is predator, one is prey PREDATION
an organism that makes its own food PRODUCER
A position in a food chain or Ecological Pyramid occupied by a group of organisms with similar feeding mode. TROPHICLEVEL
a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment ECOSYSTEM
the increasing concentration of toxic substances within each successive link in the food chain. BIOTICFACTORS
a species that has a disproportionately large effect on its environment relative to its abundance KEYSTONESPECIES
An organism that generally obtains food by feeding on other organisms CONSUMER

Ecosystems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The nonliving parts of an ecosystem Abiotic Factor
A predator that is at the top of a food chain and that is not preyed upon by any other animal Apex Predator
A living part of an ecosystem Biotic Factor
A relationship between two species in which one species benefits and the other is neither helped or harmed Commensalism
An interaction that occurs when organisms try to get the same resources Competition
All the populations of organisms in an ecosystem Community
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms Consumer
A helpful interaction among organisms living in a limited area that aids each organism's survival Cooperation
An organsim that gets energy by breaking down dead organisms and the wastes of living things Decomposer
The process in which fixed nitrogen compounds are converted back into nitrogen gas and returned to the atmosphere Denitrification
All the living and nonliving parts of an environment as well as the ineractions among them Ecosystem
An organism that a parasite lives in or on Host
An environmental factor that prevents a population from increasing Limiting Factor
A symbiotic relationship between two organisms in which both organisms benefit Mutualism
An organism's role in its environment Niche
The process that converts nitrogen in the atmosphere into compounds in the soil that are useful to a varity of organisms Nitrogen Fixation
An organism that lives in or on another organism and benefits at the other organism's expense Parasite
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is harmed Parasitism
A process by which plants use the sun's energy to make food Photosynthesis
A group of organisms of the same species living in the same place Population
A relationship in which one animal hunts, kills and eats another animal Predation
An organism that eats producers Primary Comsumer
An organism in a food web or food chain that makes its own food Producer
A close relationship between two species that benefits at least one of the species (3 types-mutualism, commensalism, parasitism) Symbiosis
A feeding level in an ecosystem Trophic Level

Chapter 1: Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The scientific study of social structure Sociology
Patterned interaction of people in social relationships Social structure
A particular point of view Perspective
The belief that knowledge should be derived from scientific observation Positivism
The study of social stability and order Social statics
The study of social change Social dynamics
Experimentation aimed at the discovery Research
Person who owns or controls the means for producing wealth Capitalist
Those who labor for the bourgeoisie Proletariat
Class owning the means for producing wealth Bourgeoisie
The ongoing struggle between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat Class conflict
Social interdependency based on a high degree Organic solidarity
Social dependency based on a widespread consensus of valuses and beliefs Mechanical solidarity
Putting yourself in the places of others Verstehen
The mind set emphasizing knowledge Rationalization

Symbiosis Relationship Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to gain help, profit, or an advantage from something Benefit
to spread or scatter over an area Distribute
plants or animals that grow on and feed off others Parasites
male flower cells, which often look like fine yellow powder Pollen
an animal that hunts and eats other animals to survive Predator
a place of safety, comfort, or protection Refuge
the way in which two or more living things or groups interact or deal with each other Relationship
of or relating to a beneficial relationship between different kinds of organisms Symbiotic
able to be hurt easily Vulnerable
a close relationship between two organisms and both benefit from each other. Example, trees and humans exchange oxygen and CO2 Mutualism
relationship between two organisms where one benefits and the other is not harmed. Example, organism lives on turtle’s shell, but the turtle is not harmed. Commensalism
A species (parasite) benefits from harming another species (the host). Example, mosquitos benefit from humans, but humans feel itchy when a mosquito bites them. Parasitism