Close the Emergency Department: The last option available to EMC is the closing of the emergency department. The cost of running the ED had increased considerably and the patient flow greatly increased the capacity for which the ED had been originally designed. However, half of the patients who were admitted to the ED were either underinsured through government funded programs like MediCal or were uninsured. Also less than 49% of the ED patients had complete insurance coverage. Greater than half of the patients who were admitted in EMC for an extended period of time were the patients initially admitted in the ED and were more often than not unable to pay EMC for the services.
The statistic shows that certain nationality are more likely to get divorce than others. For example some ostensibly traditional nation reported surprisingly higher rate as compared to nations like the Jamaicans, Colombians and Mexicans. Some of the statistics taken in the year 2004 are for every 1000 people in the United States, 4.95 gets divorced in the United Kingdom it is 3.08, whereas in Thailand it is 0.58. (source: http://www.therischest.com/rich-list/world/worlds-10-most-divorced-nations/) (Personal View) From my personal view the countries that have high divorce rates should come up with more effective solutions to overcome this problem. One way to do this would be to promote romantic getaways for married couples at special rates to encourage couples to spend more time with each other to try to rejuvenate their relationship.
They believed, that voting against the bill and the inaction of the House “is really a vote against women, children, and families.” In an ideal world a good policy is born out of an informed debate, argument and search of consensus. Nevertheless, in issue networks’ ability to constantly weigh alternative courses of action Hugh Heclo sees a threat to democratic legitimacy. He believes that a more informed argument about policy choices may produce more incomprehensibility. Trying to create a wide-ranging piece of legislation and gain as much support for the immigration bill as possible, hundreds of
After the Civil War the nation was rapidly industrializing, new immigrants were pouring into the country and, cities were expanding. With the nation growing and changing as it was the society of the country was evolving. With the turmoil in society people known as progressives sought to root out the negative aspects of the ever changing society and change it for the betterment of all thus dubbing the movement the progressive era. Some of the movements focused on addressing these societal issues were the temperance movement and the women’s suffrage movement. While the Women’s suffrage movement was effective the temperance movement proved to be largely ineffective.
Progressives were people who wanted to solve all of these quandaries. Industries began to grow bigger and bigger which fabricated many problems. The formation of monopolies and mergers increased as industries expanded. Eventually, social darwinism came about from the rise and fall of healthy and failing companies, also known as “survival of the fittest”. Teddy Roosevelt wanted to help solve these problems.
Because of globalization, United States is the land of migrators who come from many different cultures in the world. Therefore, cross-cultural marriage has become a common trend in society. However, whether cross-cultural and international marriage is always beneficial is the query that might be asked by many people. To debate this social phenomenon, Richardson, in her article, “ Seek Success: Marry Someone Like Yourself”, explains why opportunities to have happiness in cross-cultural marriage are zero. By using effectively personal experiences and employing successfully emotional appeal, the writer creates a critical tone to persuade readers should not engage in interracial marriage because there are “too-many differences,” (par.1) To begin building her credibility, Richardson sets the stage by describing her horrible and terrible about interracial dating because of “too-many differences” (par.1) .
1) The major challenges family sociologist face when answering the question, “What is the current divorce rate”? Also the accurate way to answer this question is by simply explaining the fact that there is no actual divorce rate in the United States. Yet ways that they can make it more understandable is to explain why divorces are so high in today’s society. In comparing the numbers of divorces today with historical times, they can present the percentages of past and present divorce couples in percentages. Although it is difficult for sociologist to narrow the divorce rate down to actual decreases and increases, the breakdown of crude, refined, and divorce- marriage rates of couples in combination with the ages of divorce couples in the past
Some advantages of new federalism are that it offers freedom to form new policies. The new policies may be taken nationally or given by another state. Same-sex marriages were not recognized by the federal government then although states such as Connecticut and Massachusetts did recognize it, however, federal governments must recognize same-sex marriage do to the legalization of same-sex marriage in every state. Some disadvantages in the new federalism are conflict of authority,
The development in domestic violence policies, to some extent, reflects the change in societal attitudes towards this complex and seemingly incurable topic. The main change in the 70s and 80’s was the shift from domestic violence constituting a private matter to it becoming one for public concern. Gradually policy changes commenced in adopting a more interventionist and proactive approach to combatting domestic violence. The 90’s saw the advent of taking positive action in domestic violence as a result of the hugely influential 60/90 Home Office circular, a report with recommended important changes in the way domestic violence should be tackled. The Crime and Disorder Act 1998, saw the implementation of Crime and Disorder Partnerships and
And might I stress highly marriage IS a lifelong commitment counter to popular belief of many. So let’s start with age, age is BIG factor in a marriage, it can make it crumble or thrive! Those who marry when between ages of 20 to 24 have highest rate of divorce - You’ve probably heard people say that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. And while this is kind of accurate, it’s also a bit misleading. As it turns out, age plays a big role in determining a marriage 's fate (As I stated before).