GUIDELINES: Each STUDENT will hand in one formal paper about a nursing theory.
The paper is to be a five to six (5-6) pages total (double-spaced, 12 font, 1-inch margins).
Follow APA guidelines for a cover sheet, headers, pagination, references, etc.
Use APA format and label each section using the evaluation outline below.
Components of the Paper and possible points
Please refer to the grading syllabus located in your course syllabus or see attachment below.
Lohrmann (2000) explains that since the 1980s, international immigration has fueled complex interactive security implications. Lohrmann (2000) argues that international immigration is a security issue in developing and industrialized states. In controlling the major security threats, cooperation between the receiving countries and the state of origin is significant (Lohrmann, 2000). Vietti and Scribner (2013) confirm that international immigration has critical challenges to security. The state security model governs particularly international relations, and the major factors for consideration are the security threats posed by mass immigration. This implies that both documented and undocumented migration causes major security concerns in the international community. State and international authorities are thus concerned about the dynamics of migration that affect national interests. Lohrmann (2000) highlights that disorderly movement by the international population, political/social crises, poverty, international military conflict, and civil war. Vietti and Scribner (2013) confirm that these challenges are significant in developed and industrialized countries.