Overall, the presentation of the results were poor. The authors leaned more toward winning favor of the reader through not providing clear results. The case study presented was inserted creating biased favor toward the use of Family Therapy (FT) where numbers were void. Critique of Discussion: Numbers 1, 2, 4, 7, and
They could cause actual bodily harm to themselves also refusing medication or drinking alcohol and taking drugs. Aii > F~ Signs –symptoms The person would be unable or unwilling to self-care, They may not eat enough to the point of malnourishment, wear dirty clothes and not suited for the weather, They could refuse medication, they would neglect things like food, water, heating and be withdrawn. They may also have a alcohol and drug problem and untreated medical problems. ----------------------------------- Ai > G~ Neglect by others Neglect by others means that a venerable person is not been looked after properly and their basic needs are not taken care of which would neglect their human rights. Aii > G~ Signs-symptoms The individual would be isolated and fee l fear, anxiety, anger and hesitate to speak openly, they may have weight loss and malnutrition, There hygiene would be poor and have untreated physical and medical problems like bed sores, they would have lack of support and medical aids like walking frame or wheelchair, they may show signs of fear towards care staff .
The mix should have a sufficient initial impact and long term viability on sales so as to recover CSP initial investment of $400 million in 10 years. In 2005 the overweight U.S. population was about 209 million Americans. Competitors in the weight loss drugs included Alli, which was an over-the-counter drug with FDA approval, all other competitors were herbal or dietary supplements thus not regulated by any governing body. The legal and social climate at the time was not in favor of the drug industry. As a whole this industry was tagged with deceptive advertising because side effects where not known until after the product reached the market, thus this translated to low credibility from consumer’s and the professional medical community perspective.
(Peterson, 2010) b) Describe the current issues and changes you would expect to observe in each of the following human development areas: • Physical • Cognitive • Emotional and psychological • Social • Sexual 20 marks Alice Physical: The present problems for Alice would be the health consequences of her habitual smoking and drinking. Maladaptive behaviours such as these may become entrenched forming a barrier to maintain good health and in the long duration could lead to the development of long-lasting ailment and infection. (Campbell, 2015) Cognitive: The present problems for Alice are her lack of learning, which has resulted in her development of minimal literacy and numeracy abilities. Generates barriers for Alice in successfully developing numerous significant life abilities as
Although the intention was good prohibition actually negatively affected the populations’ health because they turned to hard liquor instead of beer. While the supply of alcohol drastically decreased the demand remained the same. Due to the ban on importing or manufacturing of alcoholic beverages in the U.S, it became more difficult to get beverages containing lower amounts of alcohol (e.g. Beer and wine) while getting hard liquor became easier because it was easier to manufacture and smuggle across borders into the country. The higher alcohol content in hard liquor was more effective for getting drunk yet it also took its toll on the population’s health.
This is a sign of trauma as told I this article by Vickroy, “Despite the human capacity to survive and adapt, traumatic experiences can alter people's psychological, biological, and social equilibrium to such a degree that the memory of one particular event comes to taint all other experiences, spoiling appreciation of the present” He is implying that people basically cannot enjoy the things that are happening in the present times because of trauma." People end up living in the past and cannot accept changes. They are caught up one thing that happened to them they couldn’t live life normally. This corresponds with Holden and the way he thinks about Jane. “She wouldn't move any of her kings.
John’s inability to anticipate issues and take up steps to resolve the conflict arising due to the Vincent’s presence is harming the output of the organization. Not only the specific projects, Gwen’s behavior and John’s is leading to voluntary exists of other employees. Symptoms of the problem: • Gwen’s Incivility towards Vincent • John’s failure to address Gwen for her misbehavior • Voluntary exists of employees • Partial behavior towards Gwen by allowing her to print Visiting cards not as per her job description. • Gwen’s Bossy Attitude towards employees Case Analysis and Solutions The above case deals with the effect of counterproductive behavior of Gwen, and lack of management qualities in John, which further led to a situation of role ambiguity in the organization. Gwen had been contributing towards the
Many argue that part of the appeal of underage drinking is the fact that you are not supposed to be doing it. This is a point that has been proven time and again with other things such as prohibition. Just because you make something illegal it does not mean that people are just going to stop doing it. One strong argument many people may have against the drinking age being 21 is that it is legal for people of the age of 18 to purchase tobacco products. Another product of having a higher age for drinking is that, often teens and young adults binge drink and aren’t used to having any sort of alcohol consumption and have too much at one time.
security and severely drop the demand for fake IDs. Rising the drinking age hasn’t prevent underage drinking; it has caused 18-20 year olds to over drink and become addicted to alcohol. The drinking age should be lowered to 18 because when you turn 18 you earm so many rights, why not be able to drink and celebrate a little. Drunk driving is most common between the ages of 21-24 instead of 18-20 years old. When you are first allowed to drink is when people get inane and don’t know how to handle alcohol and driving.
Brenda Chow breaks the first rule by using many worn out metaphors and similes; Brenda Chow neglects to follow Orwell’s second rule with very poor word choice and delivery; She violates the third rule by being very wordy in her essay, leading to a more confusing and deceptive essay. It’s important for us to recognize the misuse of language so that we do not walk the same path. The best thing Brenda can do to help improve her writing and use of language would be to simplify and be more specific with her diction. Brenda Chow is guilty of using many flat and overused metaphors and similes that have almost lost all of their original meaning. For example Brenda Chow writes “The radio plays old Springsteen, and suddenly there is a lightning flash, a sudden “eureka!”, and the light bulb pulsates urgently over my head; a phrase pops into my mind” (Chow 1) or “It is a diamond in the rough”(Chow 1).