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Economics can be defined as the science concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. In essence, it is the study of the material welfare of humankind (Apollo Group, 2010). Economics in health care is concerned not only with the financial aspects of the system, but how those financial elements impact patient care.
Supply and Demand
Supply and demand is perhaps one of the most fundamental concepts of economics and it is the backbone of a market economy. Demand refers to how much (quantity) of a product or service is desired by buyers. Supply represents how much the market can offer and the correlation between price and how much
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Health Care Spending in America
University of Phoenix
May 20, 2012
Instructor: Michele Burke
Health care spending in America has been growing by leaps and bounds and has surpassed the national economy. There are many American's that are without proper health care services, because of losing coverage due to the reduction in employment and the recessing economy. With the constant conflict with the current health care reform, legislators are aware that health care spending needs to become a balanced solution. The current health care system in the United States has many holes to fix, the government has made many attempts to bring spending under control. The
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Health Care History
Throughout the history of the United States, the economics of the health care system has experienced many changes. There are many factors to consider regarding the drive behind many of the changes within the health care system. Medical and surgical technologies are some factors, which relate to the changes in health care. Besides these factors, allocating sources to fund health care services has always been the most critical factor. One might consider the economic term supply and demand when looking at the history of health care economics and the primary funding source. Health care funding has always been a challenge and will continue to be a barrier due to the
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Economics and Health Policy
MMHA 6135-2; Health Policy and Economics
Dr. Attila J. Hertelendy
March 8, 2015
Economics and Health Policy
The health care industry is growing and changing every day. Many would say that are healthcare system is in complete turmoil. However, all health organizations need to be aware of the economics behind the scenes and what contributes to their losses and growth. Health care economists develop the policy that we operate by each day while providing efficient and effective care. The purpose of this paper is to discuss health economics and the importance in government involvement.
Value of Understanding Health Economics
Economics looks at
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Health care economics have changed so much during the course of history. While a lot has to do with the evolutionary changes that the U.S. underwent since inception, the major factors that have influenced change in healthcare economic are medical care and technology. It is important to understand healthcare economic history, and the cash flow system, managers are able to use this information to help prepare the company for its future. It is very important to remember that the drive behind health care economics is money, money helps run health care organization and it’s the key to success
“Who pays for what has changed dramatically in the past 60 years. Whereas in the past, the
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ECONOMICS ESSAY III 2
of production (effluent standards, worker health and safety standards), standards for products or services (safety of children's toys, quality of food products, content requirements in broadcasting) and conditions of service (requirements to act as a common carrier or not to discriminate in hiring or selling goods and services) (Bureau of Safety and Security).
These regulations encompass production, pricing and other business practices within many industries. There are some businesses that the government has a larger role than others such as: utilities (water, gas, electric, and telephone), transportation and banking. While government
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The Forces Affecting the System
November 5, 2013
Doctor Debra Beazley
The forces, which have affected the development of the health care system in the United States, are economics, technology and legal. The functioning of the health care system in economic development has become an influential issue. Health care is a predominant industry in the United States and is expected to develop further. Health care performance influences the economic growth in several rural communities. The health care system could be an influential organization and supplier of economic development or unimportant segment of the local economic model (Shinberger, 2005
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communicate with relevant people to run the business legal and safe.
Able to work as a Trainer and to schedule meeting and manage the store. Training recode and maintaining the TCI high throughout the year and influence my team and the store management.
Working knowledge of Windows and Windows based programs, including MsWord, Excel, Power point, Photoshop and Illustrator.
Bengali: Mother tongue
English: Proficient in both spoken and written English
1. Dr. Shamsuddin Ahmad
Professor of Economics &
Director, Institute of Health Economics
University of Dhaka
Tel: 9661923-73, Extn- 8640, 6447 (Off)
2. Md. Golam Kibria, FCA
Senior Vice President & Head of Division
Mercantile Bank Limited
Financial Administration Division
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52-53 Dilkusha C/A
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Sumter County, Alabama. http://www.naco.org/sites/default/files/documents/Sumter County Economic Impact Report.pdf
Hockenberry, J., & Thorpe, K. (2014, October 16). Slow Health Care Spending Growth Moderates GDP Growth In The Short Term And Policy Targets Should Reflect This. http://healthaffairs.org/blog/2014/10/16/health-care-spending-growth-moderates-gdp-growth-in-the-short-term-and-policy-targets-should-reflect-this/
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Santerre, R., & Neun, S. (2013). Health economics: Theories, insights, and industry studies (Rev. ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Dryden Press.
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economics approach. Int. J. Internet Marketing and Advertising , 1 (1).
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successful foundation programs. It provided young physicians the opportunity to study on non-clinical topics such as management and economics. They have a unique capability and responsibility to confront the most pressing health and health care problems threatening our society. Their efforts focus on improving both the health of everyone in America, and their health care—how it's delivered, how it's paid for, and how well it does for patients and their families. As they invest in improving systems through which people receive care and in fostering environments that promote health and prevent disease and injury, the goal is to achieve comprehensive, meaningful and timely change.
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losing money. ( Rath, 2007) Polls show that health insurance benefits offered are an important consideration when looking for a new job. When the economy picks up it will get increasingly difficult for small businesses to attract new and retain your current staff if there is not a competitive health coverage policy.
When a business has five or fewer employees, the typical health coverage strategies really break down. The economics of a pooled association plan may not make sense because of membership fees. Even many PEOs (professional employer organizations) shy away from employers with under 6 employees, again because of the economics.
According to President Obama, the
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READ: Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science, Charles Wheeland, W.W. Norton, 2003. Completely- cover to cover.
Create a time management plan for your reading schedule to ensure you have ample time to read the book. Set due dates for each chapter and each part of the assignment. Review your schedule with a parent or guardian.
Expectations: Work must be typed, 12 point font, double-spaced. Label each section appropriately with each number. Please check your work for complete sentences and grammatical errors. The answer for each section should be about a half to full page.
Due Date: The first day of the semester. No points will be awarded for late work. Be
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supply and demand curve. This simulation has taught the importance of economics and how the play an important part of everyday life.
Micro and macroeconomics play a key role in the everyday lives of people and corporations. In the simulation in this weeks assignment Atlantis is a prime example of just how often people come into contact with situations with two important factors of economics. The two important factors are supply and demand and they affect everything that we as people do in everyday life. Understanding supply and demands makes consumers, the supplier and us, determine when it is best to buy and best to sell. Understand this principle enables us to make more informed
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Rivalry among the Competitors – High
There are many hospitals and institutes competing in this industry. This includes the Aga Khan Hospital, Liaquat National Hospital, Ziauddin Hospital, IBP (Institute of behavioral psychology). These are well established and well known hospitals. These hospitals and institutes are continuously developing their services and innovating ideas to make competing even harder. The above mentioned hospitals are main rivals of our stammering club because they are long established brands.
Economics: Rise in inflation rate contributes in increasing cost of input. This industry involves a lot of fixed cost which would be negatively affecting the
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quality is the foundation and core of every patient’s interaction with the organization.
Ashworth, M., and Kordowics, M. (2010). Quality and outcomes framework: smoke and
mirrors? Quality in Primary Care, 18, 12 pp. 127-131.
Curran, C,. and Totten, M. (2011). Governing for improved quality and patient safety. Nursing
Economics, 29(1), pp. 38-41.
Walker, D. (2012). Quality improvement in health care matters. British Journal of Hospital
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entitled to a high quality of life. Meaning that while you may receive basic medical care as an intervention to prevent death, health care to enhance life is a privilege. This is the distinction where economics and the rationing of care by price come into play.
Health care is a finite or limited resource. It is a service that everyone demands at some point in their life, but not everyone can receive it at the same time or of the same quality. If 100 people stormed the emergency room at the same time and there are only 10 doctors to treat them, there will be some sort of rationing based on who needs to be seen first. Hospitals currently do this based on medical need rather than ability to pay
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Health Care Issues in the United States
Health Services Organization
July 15, 2011
Health Care Issues in the United States
Our health is affected by behaviors, economics, and social structure. Numerous behaviors and lifestyle patterns affect our health, such as: exposure to violence, vehicular accidents, alcohol, drugs, and infectious agents. (Williams/Torrens, p 67)
Alcohol consumption and illicit drug use are examples of personal decision making and patterns of behavior that have tremendous adverse effects on health and on the economy. Alcohol abuse can lead to diseases such as cirrhosis of the liver, various cancers, intestinal disorders
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or those that were not.
This paper will cover the culture that impacts China and Jamaica, the results of the research and ethics plays a role in decision making for financial, environmental, and cultural issues; how the concepts of positive and normative economics are reflected; and how market efficiency, economizing, and the market system affects these ethical issues in each country compared to the U. S.
Ethics in Financial, Environmental, and Cultural Issues
Mainland China was a socialist-based economy that converted to free market over 25 years ago. China’s culture is founded upon Confucian and Maoist, rather than capitalist, which impacts ethical decisions made by Chinese business
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-parent, step, and grandparents-only families. Recently, there has been considerable research examining whether correlations exist between family structure and children’s well-being. Research suggests that the loss of traditional family structure negatively affects children’s well-being in academic achievement outcomes, overall physical and mental health, and increases the likelihood of at-risk behaviors.
There are negative educational consequences for children that grow up in nontraditional family structures. A great deal of research on the correlation between family structure and academic achievement has results that are similar. According to Sun and Li, “most previous studies have
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intuitions, there will be challenges posed due to the interference of the government pushing their directives down on the health care insurance provider and not allowing the provider the freedom to operate that it needs. Too much government oversight can be the result of pork barrel politics, turning the provider into a bargaining chip. Instead of remaining competitive and streamlined, the provider becomes bloated and slow.
Two opportunities and challenges were outlined in the earlier section of the paper. One, poor economic conditions and two, affordable health insurance. As a student in economics, I believe that giving tax incentives through tax breaks can significantly
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stickiness of wages and prices by examining the economics of price adjustment. In Keynesian economics there is also a higher government spending that keeps on adding to GDP while the Old Keynesian has a diminishing effect on GDP as non-government components are crowded out by government spending. With the term “New Keynesian economics” it indicates that the models have forward looking, or rational, expectations by individuals and firms, and some form of price rigidity, usually staggered price or wage setting. While in old Keynesian economics the models are often considered to be without rational expectations. New Keynesian models are commonly taught in graduate schools because they capture how
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In the middle ages, a child living past the age of five could potentially live well beyond a
projected age of 25 years. This depended greatly on surviving birth or disease and if they
happened to be a member of higher social class, having access to better or a higher abundance of
food. Statistics for women actually surviving child-birth are much higher in recent history than
200 years ago, Simply because we are better suited medically to overcome the problems they
Geographic and economic status are another big part of the increases. Developed nations
have significant increases when compared to many lesser developed nations. The World Health
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Curriculum Frameworks K-12
Social Studies Standard 6.1- Social Studies Skills All students will utilize historical thinking, problem solving, and research skills to maximize their understanding of Civics, History, Geography, and Economics.
By the end of Grades 3 at developmentally appropriate levels of increasing complexity and skill, all students should:
Grade Specific Concepts/Skills
By the end of the grade level listed above, to meet Grade 8 benchmarks, a student should be able to do the following using increasingly complex materials linked to increasingly skilled performance:
The following are examples of
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were incapable to fulfil the minimum requirements for giving formula safely to the baby, and the association of bottle-feeding with healthy babies to promote the use of infant formula to mothers who would have been better off breast-feeding their babies.
The first Nestlé boycott in 1977 led by Infant Formula Action Coalition (INFACT) had a large impact on Nestlé’s revenues. Their products were boycotted in the U.S. to end the promotion of infant formula. This was a small part of the major problem which is to improve total infant nutrition throughout the Third World that must be resolved on a global basis if the health of babies in the developing nations is to be improved.
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proposed, with various solutions aimed at individuals, parents, government, and institutions such as schools, media, and the food industry, as well as at broad social forces, including the economics of food and physical activit” (Schwartz 78). The best solution to childhood obesity is comprised of three parts: breastfeeding, health life-style (For example: keep health diet and regular exercise) and government support.
The first part of the best solution is breastfeeding. Bartok is director of department of kinesiology of Pennsylvania State University, according to his research: “due to natural limitations posed by the breastfeeding process, caregivers have a limited ability to manipulate the
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The economic consequences of motor vehicle emissions in Melbourne are;
* Health issues – In economic terms, noxious vehicle emissions are externalities which lead to significant health impacts on people.
* Congestion – The large number of vehicles in the CBD causes delays to transportation and the workforce with a flow on effect to the economy in lost productivity.
* Lost productivity – The health and congestion issues directly impact our economy.
* Population density – With an increase of residential living within the CBD, if not addressed the issues will continue to get worse.
Measures currently being taken to control the problem
Local government have
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Professor Eric Shockley
English Composition 164
12 December 2013
Why Legalize Marijuana?
A Complete Overview of the Benefits
Marijuana, the most illegal drug consumed in the United States, “more than 18 million Americans consumed it” (White House, 2013). Furthermore, a recent study showed that 42% of Americans aged 12 and older had consumed the drug (White House, 2013). Nevertheless, why is marijuana illegal? And what would happen if it gets legalize. Marihuana can bring health, economics, and social benefits to our society. Thus is why Marijuana should be legal.
At the beginning marijuana was introduced to United States by Mexican immigrants, who were working in farms
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, diverting any debate that may exist to the alternative sources in theory.
Specifically, the three main impacts that define the environmental issue of my focus include: the economic and social instability that exists in our global economy from the highly centralized energy sector and the nonrenewable quality of these resources; the contributions to the deterioration of the sustainability of our environment; the negatively effects on human health produced from the pollution created.
The focal point of the project, as these impacts apply with a consensus they are evident, will be to research and identify the reasons that go behind why fossil fuels have continued to remain as the primary energy
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Module Code: EO314
Module Title: ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Module Convenor: Stephen Smith
Topic: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
This project will attempt to research and gain an understating of whether there is linkage between trade liberalisation and poverty in (SSA) sub Saharan Africa. The project will contain a balance of key analytical approaches and empirical evidence on trade liberalisation and economic growth.
In the world of economics and politics, trade and poverty is one of the major issues which has been debated over last decade. On the international stage, there is a growing concern among super powers, African leaders, and other
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few main areas, with some of these being: a National Health Service, full employment, and a belief in welfare provision for all. The end of the consensus was under Thatcher in the 1970s, and saw the oil price shock of 1973, as well as rising unemployment and high inflation. This impacted on conservatism as it meant that it had to be moved to a more liberal view of massively helping people in need, and encouraging them to reach their full potential with the help of the government.
Thatcherism was based on a mixture of traditional conservative views as well as new, modern and more liberal views; economic liberalism and social authoritarianism. Examples of these were the return to laissez
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now buys an increased quantity of improved products. Life expectancies have increased and racial segregation has been abolished. The divide between the rich and poor isn’t as great as it was a few decades earlier. The most popular method of calculating the standard of living is real GDP but this not gives an accurate measurement of standard of living. It normally requires considering additional measures. Nevertheless , the real GDP per person does tend to be positively associated with many things people value, including better goods and services , health, life expectancies and education”.(economics text book page 124)
Henrietta Lacks was 31 years old when she died in Johns Hopkins
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understanding of their strengths and weaknesses The authors of this article highlight the complex nature of the interpretation of what is meant by ‘needs assessment’ from the differing perspectives of three dominant approaches, namely sociology, epidemiology and health economics It continues by putting forward an argument for the use of the community health profile, being a multi-focal approach to needs assessment, combining quantitative with qualitative data, and proceeds with a discussion of strengths and weaknesses related to its compilation, in particular factors relating to reliability and validity of data sources. The consumer perspective is also reviewed, as are issues surrounding
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An Overview of Federal Prisons
CRJ 101: Intro to Criminal Justice
Federal Prisons in the United States have evolved since 1930. The United States Federal Prisons range in security levels to house inmates that have been incarcerated on a federal level. Based upon the security level in a facility, inmates are given more freedom and have lower staff to inmate ratios. Inmates are required to work so long as their health is cleared, and some prisons offer inmate labor that can contribute to them returning to society. Prisoners are required to have their basic needs met while housed in a federal correction facility, which includes education
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for Disease Control have been involved in studying global warming's effect on human health. Its effect on the climate can adversely affect humans. Plagues have been attributed to global warming. An increase in temperature can result in a longer life cycle for diseases or the agents spreading them. Global warming will lead to more precipitation, which enables infectious diseases to be more easily contracted and spread. Effects of global warming on human health might not be immediately detected but it is slowly and surely becoming evident.
Birds are a species that will be affected by a change in the climate. Global warming might result in birds finding a more permanent home in northern areas
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thinking about the current state of the economy: Unemployment. It affects virtually every metric from the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The long term figures by the Bureau of Labor Statistics noted in Appendix A display that the unemployment rate has been on the decline for a significant period of time, and furthermore, is expected to close the 2015 year at a rate of 5%, with the potential to plummet further to 4.6%. The decline appears significant, especially considering the Labor Force experienced growth.
Secondly, the GDP should be taken into consideration, as it’s one of the most useful statistics when looking at the health of an economy. The GDP
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Topic: Intimacy and older adults; How older people express intimacy.
Scholars believe that sexual intimacy improves the quality of life. Thus, People in their adult life deserve the right to sexual fulfillment; yet, the expression in sexuality and intimacy changes in response to age. Research has shown that there are many barriers to intimacy in elderly population. The barriers are usually created as a result of the myths about sexuality and older adults. Many relate the sexual intimacy barriers of older adults to health and argue that there is a relationship between sexuality and health. However, this paper argues that the physical and pathological changes in elderly should not be
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Ghana Country report
What does one think of when they think of Ghana? of sprawling untouched grasslands lands and packs of healthy animals, which bring a healthy flow of tourism into the lands? or a bustling modern city with all the amenities one could dream of? In reality, Ghana is a struggling country in regards to their health infrastructure and economy. There are many reasons as to why Ghana is in the state it is in today. From colonialism to the rather recent gaining of their independence, Ghana is a relatively new country and it is no surprise that they are currently experiencing growing pains. Because of these growing pains it
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industry. When the scope of market for frozen food is determined, it can also be related to the sale of microwaves. Microwave sales are directly linked to the rise in per capita income and also in the rise in the increase of the working class people. Healthier food options are therefore also related to the health-conscious customer.
Consumer behavior is dependent upon the gender, age, educational, social and economic background of the people. When we have a look at the consumer behavior of the food industry we should first study the target consumers. Our target would be on the buying and purchasing power of the consumer. Our sales would also be determined on the sale
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, which are not obnoxious and it sells spiritual books and information for Christian population. All over the world About 2.2 million employees working for Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart also tackled enormous number concerns such as employees treatment, poor working condition, health and safety matters, minimum wages factors and vital delinquent is anti-labor strategies because of that company accepted many challenges of litigation. (Bates, 2005).
Welfare activities are most vital now days, Wal-Mart known in known for its welfare activities. The founder of Wal-Mart, Sam Walton asserted that the key involvement of society is reducing of living cost by stipulating them opportunity to securing goods at inferior
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policies prescribed encompassed: Fiscal discipline, redirection of public expenditure towards broad-based provision of key pro-growth, pro-poor services like primary education and primary health, tax reform, financial liberalization, a competitive exchange rate, trade liberalization, liberalization of inward foreign direct investment, privatization, deregulation and secure property rights.
According to Williamson (1996), the phrase Washington Consensus has become a familiar term in development policy circles. The term has come to be used fairly widely in a second, broader sense, to refer to a synonym for what is often called market fundamentalism or neo-liberalism which refers to Laissez-faire
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2. What are the risks for Indonesia from this free trade agreement?
3. How it is important for Indonesia to join?
D. ARGUMENT AND HYPOTHESIS
1. Jokowi’s declaration of Indonesia’s interest to join the TPP is influenced by his party, Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle.
2. The risks that Indonesia will face after joining the TPP is Indonesian health crisis, as TPP has a bill that makes big pharmaceutical companies such as those originated from U.S. can a monopoly over participating countries. Indonesians may not be able to afford the American made drugs and this may lead to health crisis.
3. TPP could be a golden opportunity to improve the Indonesia economic
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, helps to keep the financial system's health is crucial to recovery (http://www.oecd.org, 2010) .
What did Italian government do?
Italian government following the British style did not pay much attention to the fundamental concepts of staple economy, such as manufacturing and industrializing (see Fig.4), but instead concentrated on aspects of its finance, along with this, instead of injecting the money to stimulate the economy the government kept applying austerity measures. Among all the mistakes done by Italian government to avoid recession, the most destructive one appeared to be borrowing (see Fig 2). Combined together, these mistakes drag Italy into deep recession.
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the sociologist guru Marshall as a “status, given to all full members of a community.” The status establishes the rights and duties of the individual in the society to achieve equality for all citizens. Marshall`s contribution shaped the policy in politics, health, education and rights of women in society. According to Marshall (1950) there are three elements of citizenship rights namely civil, political and social which will be analyzed in this essay and their relevance to social planning will be evaluated.
Marshall spoke of the development of civil, political, and social citizenship as an evolutionary sequence. The rights embodied in the first pointed to those of the second, and the
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Development and Socialization
* Human Development
Quality of Life and the Child’s Development
* Proper and Necessary Skills
* Education and Economics
Norms, Customs, and Child Care
* Traditions vs. “ The New Normal”
* Who’s Minding the Store: The Supervision of another’s Child
Chapter 5 covers Human Development and Socialization. I will be discussing Development and Socialization, Quality of Life and the Child’s Development, and Norms, Customs, and Child Care. The first is title Development and Socialization. Human development is a process pertaining