Care Debate Essays

  • The Child Care Debate

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    Child Care Debate "It irritates me that so many women think they are entitled to both brilliant, unimpeded careers and medals for being the world's greatest mothers. You cannot have it both ways," states Tunku Varadarajan in his article, "A Mother's Love." ( At issue - a prescriptive issue - in Mr. Varadarajan's article is the debate over child-care. Are children who are placed in day care receiving the same quality of care they

  • Obama Care Debate

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    Obamacare. In addition, Trump’s new pick for the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tom Price, signals that for whatever method of action is taken to address the disparity of health coverage in the U.S., the elimination of regulations in health care will be vastly exercised. The divide on healthcare reform between Republicans and Democrats spans numerous issues related to what should and shouldn’t be covered. While no specific plan has been proposed to replace Obamacare, topics like coverage vs

  • The Affordable Care Act Debate

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    The Affordable Care Act has been at the center of political debate within the United States for the since current President Barack Obama signed it into law in 2010. The act represents the most significant regulatory healthcare overhaul of the United States healthcare system since the passage of both Medicaid and Medicare collectively Initially, the ACA was enacted with the goals of increasing the availability of affordable health insurance, lowering the uninsured rate by expanding public and private

  • Proposition 45: The Health Care Debate in America

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    Health care has always been an important issue within the United States, resulting in hours of grueling conversations and arguments to better that which we already have. Most often words on the vine dictate that our health care is never going to improve if the government continues as they are with money hungry politicians. What better way to solve the issue of health care in the United States that to put one Sacramento politician in charge of the approval of all medical insurance and such...or

  • Film Analysis: THe Great Debaters

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    students to view the difference between aggressive and non-aggressive behavior. Nursing Problems is the current class in session, which includes an analysis of modern nursing issues and the impact nurses make when resolving any problems concerning patient care. Although there have been many different issues in the past, healthcare is in constant change and there are frequent issues that arise. Therefore, there are two or more sides to every issue. Using statistics and research, “The Great Debaters” movie

  • Analysis of Physician Assisted Suicide Debate

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    Analysis of the Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Debate This essay leaves no rock unturned in its analysis of the debate involving euthanasia and assisted suicide. Very thorough definitions are given for both concepts - with examples that clarify rather than obscure the reader's understanding. Euthanasia is the intentional causing or hastening of death in a person with a medical condition that is judged to be serious. The patient may either be (a) alert and (b) aware and (c) competent

  • The "Mommy Track" Debate

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    The "Mommy Track" Debate As more and more women continue to move into the workplace, hot debate has arisen surrounding the issues of work and family balance. Many female managers and professionals with young families are leaving the fast track for what has become known as the “mommy track.” Today, as young people are applying for jobs, many now take into consideration a company’s values of a work and life balance. Some say that the pressures of maternity are becoming an obstacle for many

  • CCS

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    riding public transportation and or through the limited transportation the school provides. There are 4 clubs in CCS; the sports club, the music club, the debate club, and the student council with 3 of the clubs having their own sub groups. The sports club has the volleyball team, basketball team, and the soccer team. The debate club has the debate team and the public speaking team. The student council has the student government and the National Honor Society. The sports club is CCS’ most competitive

  • Coming Of Age Analysis

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    Interpretation of the Coming of Age Process When I debate public forum style, I have to be quick on my feet and make split-second decisions. If I impulsively blurt out a wrong or inconsistent fact, I can lose the entire round based off that statement alone. If I lose focus even for a second and am not present in that moment, I can hurt not only myself, but also my partner since we debate as a team. On the other hand, if I make the right decisions and have razor-like precision with my arguments and

  • The Abortion Debate

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    One subject in society that is greatly debated is abortion. The debates are basically divided into 'Pro-Life' and 'Pro-Choice'. Pro-life supporters want abortion to be illegal and not performed anywhere. Pro-choice supporters want the choice to be up to the woman and no one else. There is no ethical way to decide between the two subjects and it's all based on what the person's moral values. Abortion is the termination of an unwanted pregnancy by loss of or destruction of an egg, embryo or fetus

  • Buffalo Restoration Debate

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    Buffalo Restoration Debate Restoration of the Bison is something that has been going on for the past two decades. As a matter of fact, several Native American tribes have come together to form the Inter Tribal Bison Cooperative (ITBC) which has been set out to bring bison back onto the American plains in the midwest. Bison have an intimate relationship in the traditions and rituals of Native Americans. The importance of bison within the culture has made bringing back the bison an important issue

  • The Debate Concerning Stem Cell Research

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    "Stem cell research is the key to developing cures for degenerative conditions like Parkinson's and motor neuron disease from which I and many others suffer." -- Stephen Hawking As college students, it is important that we know and care about the issue of stem cell research. Stem cell research is currently legal in most countries. The United States, normally a leader in new frontiers, is one of the last to explore this territory. As it is slowly being pushed forward, we are going to have to know

  • The Debate Over Minimum Wage

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    The Debate Over Minimum Wage Introduction: The Clinton Administration served notice in 1993 that it intended to seek an increase in the federal minimum wage. Liberal politicians applauded the new president, agreeing that an increase was overdue and deserved. However, their conservative counterparts lamented the policy proposal, fearful that a minimum wage hike would further unsettle the economic recovery that was underway at the time. Both liberals and conservatives began to marshal their

  • Drug Debate

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    Drugs Debate "Junk yields a basic formula of "evil" virus: *The Algebra of Need*. The face of "evil" is always the face of total need. A dope fiend is a man in total need of dope. Beyond a certain frequency need knows absolutely no limit or control. In the words of total need: "*Wouldn't you*?" Yes you would. You would lie, cheat, inform on your friends, steal, do *anything* to satisfy total need. Because you would be in a state of total sickness, total possession, and not in a position to act in

  • Debate Over the Legal Drinking Age

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    The Debate Over the Legal Drinking Age College life is filled with changes. It is filled with many new experiences. As college students, we are on our own, adults. As adults we are responsible for keeping up to date on information that affects us. One issue that affects college students nation wide is drinking. The current legal drinking age in the United States is twenty-one years of age. The Federal government raised the legal drinking age from 18 to 21 in 1984. Even with the current drinking

  • Self Evaluation on Group Discussion

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    The group discussion has just passed, and it was really a hard work and challenging. There were many precious lessons I got, and, hopefully, so did with my friends. Our group was consisting of four students. As a quantity, reasonably, we had had enough power to do a better work and gained a satisfying result. As I flashed back to the group discussion, it was enriching my memories. Some were in high spirit, remarkable and enjoyable. Opposite to it, few were disappointing. I still remembered

  • Culture of Critique

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    Americans have embraced debate since before we were a country. The idea that we would provide reasoned support for any position that we took is what made us different from the English king. Our love of debate came from the old country, and embedded itself in our culture as a defining value. Thus, it should not come as a surprise that the affinity for debate is still strong, and finds itself as a regular feature of the mainstream media. However, if Deborah Tannen of the New York Times is correct,

  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Internet Forums

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    events, recipes for cooking, digital dictionaries, and even debates. Many people associate the Internet with a lack of seriousness, a place to get cheap information on topics, communicate with colleagues, and perhaps even teach a class through instructional videos but few people would argue that the Internet holds up to a place in Academia, such as a school, in terms of organization and structure. In fact many people associate an Internet debate with ad hominem attacks, frustration, and a lack of any

  • The Power of the Voice

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    Created by speakers and debaters long before today, the art of Speech and Debate has taken hold upon the American high school and college life. Before my first debate, I was nervous and shivered in fear of the outcome. However, I felt like I was part of something. With judge looking at me and the timer in his hand, I began my first speech. It all just happened in a whirlwind and all of a sudden the judge called the end of the debate. It felt like forever, but then the judge finally gave his vote to my

  • Reflections on Immigration

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    success with my team, at least I think we succeeded. My team and I have put a lot of work together, I really think I have not done a good job on the research part, but I certainly knew what to talk about when it came to the debate. We had a group meeting a week before the debate and although everyone had a bad class schedule where not all of the team was available at certain times, we took advantage of the cancelled class and we thought of meeting on that day. We started discussing the roles everyone