In relation to abuse, in health and social care people tends to abuse individuals by doing it physically and this involves slapping, pinching and punching. However, in the health and social care sectors, individuals have no rights to put on such behaviours because it can cause serious harm on an individual 's. Also in terms of abuse, abuse can be done sexual and this involves doing unwanted sex with a child or an adult. So for example, in a school where a male teacher is teaching a female child and he want to have sex with the child and the child refuses. However, if he went on to do it forceful this can be refers to sexual abuse because the child is not in support of it. In addition, abuse can also be done through hate crime, neglecting, verbal
Furthermore, Gilman’s conditions as a woman of how society perceived women, and how her illness was misunderstood led to her mental illness. In the nineteenth century, female hysteria was a common topic in literature, in which the narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper makes reference. Hysteria is a psychological disorder whose symptoms include conversion of psychological stress into physical symptoms (somatization) . The term hysteria has a controversial mental history, as this disease specifically targeted women in the 1900s – to which Sigmund Freud considered a female disease. In the fifth century, Hippocrates related hysteria, as a female disease.
Introduction People hope and seeks long and healthier lives. Thus, health care is the act of taking preventative or necessary medical procedures to improve people well-being. Improvement or preventative may be done with surgery, the administering of medicine, or other alterations in a person 's lifestyle. These services are usually offered through a health care system made up of hospitals and physicians. Although, the health care system is set up to reduce or to prevent disease etc., there is a gap or disparity in the US health care system.
“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race,” Chief Justice John Roberts stated this on the Supreme Court case of Ricci v. DeStefano. This case, which was on the issue of discrimination of African American firefighters in the city of New Haven, Connecticut, isn’t the only one of its kind. Brown v. Board of Education, Korematsu v. U.S., and Batson v. Kentucky are just a few of many. Cases like these, the situations in Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore, Maryland, and Sanford, Florida, have all occurred because of racial discrimination.
“The worst prisons were not constructed of warped steel and stone. They were carved out of expectations and lies, judgement and corruption” (Kelseyleigh Reber). Reber may have felt this way, but she is not alone in this feeling. There are many authors that have this common theme in their stories. Charlotte Perkins demonstrates this in “The Yellow Wallpaper.”
Additionally, trade and foreign direct investment is affected by the prevalence of diseases, which in turn affects the distribution of state resources and spending which contribute to poverty. Par example, the Ebola epidemic which resulted in the withdrawal of the foreign investors, London Mining, in Sierra Leone. The International Monetary Fund, has emphasized the importance of the iron ore sector to Sierra Leone due to a predicted growth output fall from 20% in 2013 to 5.5%. Health risks due to prevalence of disease also restrict mobility between borders with regard to trade. Countries such as Senegal imposed restrictions on the movement of people and goods, which was described as an, “economic blockade,” by the President of Sierra Leone.
African Americans have had a long history of oppression. They were forced to be slaved and kept under the white man’s control. They were segregated so that Blacks and Whites do not mix. Today, police brutality on the African American community led to the “Black Lives Matter” movement. The LGBTQ community has also been oppressed.
Gender roles are a set of societal norms and values; commonly associated with behavior and cognitive development. They are composed of societies concept of what femininity and masculinity ought to be. Women have fought for equality throughout history, the women 's suffrage movement aimed towards equal rights. Including the right to vote, equal education and acceptance of masculine behavior amongst other rights. The Yellow Wallpaper, written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, is a short story narrated in the first person.
Phenomenon of interest The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) outlines that the LGBT population experiences below healthcare access and quality. According to HHS (2012) report, there are many reforms that would improve the Health and well-being of LGBT communities. This study focuses on ensuring that all healthcare providers have the ability to deliver quality cultural competence healthcare services to the LGBT population. According to HHS report (2012), healthcare institutions are recommended to conduct cultural competency training to the all prospective and practicing nursing.
CURRENT RELATED RESEARCH (FEMINIST RESEARCH): There is no one best method for feminist research the situation or context guides the choice of the method to be used. Methodological choices are made depending on the particular situation or context, instead of having a trust in the method as appropriate for every context and situation (Greaves et al., 1995, p. 334. The feminist researcher also recognise that men benefit from this gender privileges but that there are some group of men who are disadvantaged by other factors socially.
Disparities are all around us and can account for inequality that is seen among different race, in education, business, politics and even healthcare. Inequality can affect all aspects of a person’s life. In the United States it is unfortunate that every citizen is not privy to the same quality of healthcare. This is one of the major challenges and growing issues for the United States healthcare system. The gap in care is derived from racial, ethnic, gender differences in populations.