Most of my points will require convincing the audience of them because I am on the negative side. My thesis will be opposed by half of the class from the start, my job is to convince the people who are on the edge why I am write. I expect my other debater to have a counter point to one of my arguments, that if people are doing nothing wrong they should not have anything to hide. I will need to come up with a rebuttal for their rebuttal that I am expecting to hear from them. A big cause for hope in the data is that it seemed many people are torn on what they believe and why they believe it.
In my opinion, the most important “Last Mile” issue is providing adequate healthcare to people in underdeveloped countries. The issue of healthcare is not new, and there are certainly people such as Paul Farmer and companies like BD that are working to combat this issue. From reading Paul Farmer’s book, I learned that patients often need very specialized attention and it can be hard to reach the “last mile” to help every person. When Dr. Farmer spent an entire day walking to one patient, he went above and beyond what most people would have done. Yet, when he went out of his way to provide aid to one person, he sacrificed helping many patients at his clinic.
I read a couple articles explaining what people are trying to do to help better the victim’s lives. But most people don’t seem to think it’s curable. PTSD is a very serious and dangerous problem that affects the people who care most for them, we as a
This is present in the communities and society in Ender's Game because as the society debates on the promoted discussion, many people thought the process will change without knowing it. In the book, Card wanted to show readers what would happen to a person who knew about the troubles happening in their world. For instance, " Certain military people who corresponded with her dropped hint about things that without meaning to..." (Card 231). This change in thought process is not only present in those who work for the military but also, to citizens. Card wanted to show that change can also take place in common citizens thought the process and speaking different opinions then they would have before learning anything about the trouble their world is in.
Social Determinants of Health Shelly Clavis Rutgers University School of Nursing Social Determinants of Health Defined Health concerns is an issue that most organizations have formed a pact to safely deal with the challenge. The main agenda focuses on the eradication of health inequalities that may exist in most countries. It is best suited that social determinants are accorded the much-needed attention since they affect a number of people. In assessing the factors that affect one’s health, genetic disposition, personal behaviors, ability to obtain healthcare and the overall environment in which an individual resides are to be considered. Social determinants of Health are issues that deals with the conditions that people have found constructed in a society and acts as a parcel in their lives, such as; growth, age and some of the more complex systems that construct a society which include economic policies and their systems that include social norms, development goals and the basic political system that they are indulged under (World Health Organization, 2008).
There were many challenges in my personal experience with healthcare.gov. I was trying to help enroll a family member into one of the insurance program prior to deadline cutoff. The main challenge to our experience and many other documented users was the inefficiency of the website program. Starting with the inability to properly handle the anticipated volume of potential website user. There are many website programs in which Healthcare.gov could of consulted to properly eliminate these issues.
Society has always been something that changes over time. Somebody can be upset at these changes yes, but we can 't go back in time just because it would be more convenient for a few people. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few after all I suppose. As things are always changing, perhaps in the future the very facts of society that people hate, would become obsolete, just for a new problem to arise. Pleasing everybody is impossible in this world.
Oppression is a very serious issue with growing discourse. As time progresses, the way people are treated and the opinions they hold change. When the rights of a group of people change, it makes other people feel as though they’re missing out on chances those people are given access to. While this may be accurate in rare cases, it is difficult to argue strongly on the side of the people who have been, and still are, in positions of power. Discrimination is an entirely different realm than systematic oppression, and people who are in these positions of power would definitely never been able to experience these things.
Sometimes life can come in and put you into a situation you never chose to be in which can ruin a lot of things for you. As people we should be more open minded and caring instead of shutting these people out. A man who is passionate about his country should not have his voting rights completely stripped because he made one mistake in his life. The whole population should not overlook this issue because it can happen to anyone and before we decide to care, it may be too late. Even when told to follow orders in a certain way, it seems to get more strict as we go.
If diversity efforts are to be successful at introduction, a lot has to be done to change the culture of that organisation (Bratton, Gold, 2012). Usually, such changes do not receive welcome and are resisted by the employees who have embedded that culture. Middle management also tends to resist such change that diversity introduces because completion of tasks maybe disrupted and team building efforts