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Gladwell proves there is no connection between the Moral Hazard and health care insurance. He further argues that the Moral Hazard Myth is not the best way to construct our healthcare system. To make his argument valid, Gladwell provides his audience through various series of personal anecdotes that captures the reader’s emotional feeling. Stories such as the real-life perspective of John, a manager in Idaho, who can’t get a proper medical attention are similar in way because people who go through that experience, just say, as Gladwell quotes, “I can deal with the pain”. (Gladwell 240).
Substance abuse is pervasive in the United States. Failure to screen for substance use could lead to lack of treatment or ineffective treatment. Although there are screening instruments for assessing substance abuse potential, there are no brief screening instruments that approach substance abuse from the subtle platform of personality dimensions. Guided by Eysenck's personality theory, this archival study of accused or convicted felons federally mandated to mental health or substance abuse treatment (N = 180) examined personality traits and substance abuse proclivity and validated a shortened assessment by comparing the scores on the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI) to the Personality Assessment Screener (PAS) through canonical
Suicide had become China's fifth most common cause of death. The number of Chinese students graduating from college has tripled in the last 5 years form 1.5 million to 4.1 million. That means with so many people graduating that means there are 2 million graduates with costly diplomas and no job. At a to Beijing kindergarten, th students must know pi to 100 digits by the age of 3. Many of the young kids in China use the Internet as an escape from reality.
Corrupt College Athletics What has happened to our college education system? It seems that universities and colleges focus more on athletics now and have pushed academics to the back seat. According to the article, “Education, Athletics: The Odd Couple” written by Sally Jenkins, recruited athletes are four times more likely to be admitted to the Ivies than other students. She states that “recruited athletes have lower SAT scores than their peers by 119-165 points, and they chronically under-perform academically” (409). This is completely unfair and wrong.
In most instances, psychological debriefing teams arrive on the site of the trauma, especially, when its an incident that involves a mass of people. Devilly and Cotton, perceived that psychological debriefing does more harm than good to enhance lives. Emmerik et al (2002) concluded that psychological debriefing did not change the long-term outcome, and CISD was seen as a hinderance in the recovery process. (2.) Authors, Devilly and Cotton, proposed that CISD and CISM are one in the same, and its methods are undefinable.
Plans to Eliminate College Binge Drinking Nearly half of today’s college student population is stumbling through the college years due to binge drinking. Binge drinking on college campuses isn’t just an issue of public health, but it’s one of self-interest. Failure to act in the face of foreseeable harm places schools at risk for damaging their academic reputations and liability lawsuits in millions of dollars. Also, students experience a wide variety of alcohol related problems including hangovers, blackouts, and engaging in unplanned sexual activity. According to Lini Kadaba’s article, Colleges Hitting the Bottle Binge Drinking Remains High, but Initiatives at Area Schools Raising Awareness, “College binge drinking is remaining in colleges due to the intractable problems that contribute to 1,700 student deaths, 599,000 injuries, and 97,000 cases of sexual assault, or date rapes.” (24).
It found that 75% of the altercations were fist fights, 6% sexual | |assaults, 8% stabbing, and an astonishing 17% involved firearm injuries (Smith, 1994). | |Homicide is the third leading cause of workplace fatalities and is the leading cause of death for women in the workplace, according to the | |Department of Labor's 1993 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. In 1994, 1,471 homicides were reported compared with 1,063 in | |1993 (Heard, 1994). "Workplace violence is the new poison of corporate America," says Dennis Johnson, a clinical psychologist and the | |president of Behavior Analysts Consultants. "It's not just a reflection of a violent society, but of that violent society interacting with | |workplace dynamics that are significantly changed from 10 to 15 years ago" (cited in Dunkel, 1994).
According to reuters.com the death penalty in California is the most expensive and the least effective. It has 726 inmates on death row yet the last time they executed one was 6 years ago. This puts a financial burden on this state. A 2011 study by Ninth Court of Appeals said the death penalty has cost the state $4 billion since 1978. If California would have gotten rid of the death penalty long ago such money would not have been spent, saving the state millions of dollars.
Living off campus can also provide more comfort and freedom. Jackie Chen, a sophomore who has lived on campus for two years says, “ I have already live on campus for two years, it spent more than twenty thousand dollars. But if I live off campus that only cost me fifteen thousand dollars.” Jackie is not only one who cares about the financial situation. Matt, a freshman of Pepperdine says, “ My friend study in the University of Arizona and just spends $3000 per semester for living on campus.” Many students complain that the cost for on living in Pepperdine is too expensive. Even though students who live on campus spend more than the students from other schools and students live off campus, they think they enjoy less comfort.