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...harm Self harm as the term implies is the deliberate harming or injuring of one's own self without any intention of committing suicide. Even though, it does not sound like a sensible thing to do to a sane person, an ever increasing number of people are involved in this kind of activity to their own detriment. Self harm usually happens when one cuts, abuses the usage of drugs or other substances such as alcohol, punches, hits, tears, scratches, chokes, bites, burns one's own self or inhales harmful or toxic substances. The habit of self harming grows with time. It usually is an addictive practice for most people. People resort... Working effectively and safely with Children & Young People who self harm...
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Self harm and suicide
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...Harm and Suicide Self-Harm and Suicide Self-harm and suicide leaves a lot of pain in the society when it happens. Suicide isa problem that is becoming a major issue worldwide. Everyday there is an individual who dies by suicide every sixteen minutes. Nurses are in close contact with the patients who commit self-harm and suicide and they therefore have a big role to play in prevention and intervention of suicide. In the clinical setting, the nurses come across several myths on suicide and self-harm. The myths are beliefs and attitudes that are associated with suicide and self-harm. These...
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Managing Product-Harm Crisis
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...Harm Crisis Sada Hye Jaman Walden Product-Harm Crisis Definition It is common knowledge that most organizations existfor purposes of getting profit. It is also well-known losses also occur. But why do organizations experience loss? Losses occur for numerous reasons. One of the reasons is because of the substandard products. It is a contributing reason for the withdrawal or rejection of certain products in the market. What are substandard or defective products? These are products that are harmful and dangerous to consumers, therefore organizations recall such products. Recalled products are the contributors of product-harm crisis. According to Vassilikopoulou et al. (2009), product... Managing...
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Psychiatry, self harm risk
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...harm. Either they choose to slit their wrists or do something similar to ease their pain or even to feel alive by sensing the pain, or they choose to ultimate and fatal option... - to commit suicide. One of so many examples of self harm people cause to themselves is of a 26 year old person, Mr. A, who has Downs syndrome and whose functioning indicated intelligence in the range of mild retardation. He lived with a supportive family and attended a vocational program. He had not history of smoking, nor did he receive any unusual medications. Similarly, he hasnt been through any unusual medical procedures or any surgeries, and his medical history was very ordinary. In the...
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Outsourcing-harm to america
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...harm to America American companies outsourcing jobs: will that be the downfall of America? American companies outsourcing job is one of the burning problems, which has puzzled the economists in America on a number of counts including: Whether it has an adverse effect upon American economy? If yes, to what extent would be the loss? Whether American economy would be able to cope with it? Whether it will paralyze the country’s economy as such? Should it be banned? If yes, what should be the procedure? Or Would big companies in America agree to all the restrictions on outsourcing jobs for its own advantage i.e. greater profit? Is it inevitable if the American companies have to compete... Outsourcing-harm to...
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Product-Harm Crisis
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...Harm Crisis Affiliation: Successful positioning of products in consumer markets is subject to the influence of diverse and dynamic factors. Consumers exhibit differentiated needs, interests, tastes, and preferences as far as consumption of both goods and services is concerned. In this respect, business players and entrepreneurs strive to meet consumer needs by producing goods and services that best address the interests, tastes, and preferences of different consumers in different market segments. Amid this bid, crisis related to product harm emerge from time to time in different markets. Product-harm crisis emerges when consumers and the general population publicize the negative effects... Product-Harm...
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Self-Harm in Prisoners
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...HARM ON PRISON STAFF WELL-BEING of Effects of Prisoner Self-Harm On Prison Staff Well-Being Literature Review Introduction There has been a lot of difficulty in trying to understand the reason why the suicides and self harm are common among prisoners since the prisoners do not open up easily or are embarrassed by what they are undergoing. Generally the essence of creating the prisons several centuries ago was to ensure that felons would face full force of the law. Some argue that the courts usually concentrate on the fact that criminals could have committed the crimes without motive rather that basing judgment on the types of the crimes... that are committed. This is true in...
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Reflection - Reduced harm tobacco
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...harmful to the environment or human health as cigarettes. However, snus is considered illegal in some countries and the article makes this as a starting point in the critic of the seemingly twisted logic of making this less harmful tobacco product outlawed while the more hazardous smoked tobacco is marketed everywhere globally. Furthermore, the article contextualizes this lieu of the progress of corporate social responsibility and product... The topic of the article is corporate social responsibility on tobacco companies. It particularly looks at the snus which is an alternative to the mainstream tobacco products. This tobacco product has a lot of implications as it is not smoked so that it is not that...
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Mental Health - Self Harm
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...harm Qualitative Research question: How are medical practices and procedures suited in controlling issues of self-poisoning, self-inflicted cuts and hitting body parts by the mentally ill in the US today? Aims and objectives: The overall goal that the researcher wants to achieve by the analysis of the current study is tagged as the aim of the research, while the attendant tasks that must be performed to achieve the aim is referred to as objectives of the study. Aim: The researcher aims at qualitatively studying the extent to which medical practices that are in application within the US are customized to address issues of self harm with respect to mentally ill patients and how... Mental Health- Self harm ...
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Self-injury, self-harm
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...Harm Outline 0 Introduction 1 Definition of self harm (Lewis, Rosenrot & Santor 2 Critical statistics (D’Onofrio, 2007) 2.0 Related Literature 2.1 Theoretical underpinnings      2.1.1 Self-harm differentiated with suicide, etc. (D’Onofrio, 2007)      2.1.2 Characteristics of self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.3 Self-harm risk factors checklist (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.4 Common misconceptions about self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.5 Biological factors (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.6 Personality and self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)                              2.1.7 Self-harm and painful and traumatic childhood experience (Gratz & Chapman, 2009... Research Paper on...
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The Harm Of Smoking
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...Harm Of Smoking We already heard a lot of times that regret always comes in the end. The “if only I did not start the habit” statements or the “if only I listened” words that are said in dismay of things that we should have done or should have not done when it is already too late. There are a lot of that in life and one of those is the habit of smoking. We have been told countless times that it is not good for our bodies yet we still smoke. If you have been smoking for years and is still relatively healthy, you may think that the admonition about smoking’s ill effect to be a myth or does not apply to you. Of course that is until you contracted a disease associated to smoking... Harm Of Smoking We ...
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Self harm in adolescents
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...harm in Adolescent Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts (07 12, Outline Introduction 2. Analyzing the ethical complexities of assessing and managing self-harm 3. Therapeutic interventions and strategies used in the management of self-harm in adolescent 4. Comparison of relevant psychological perspectives applied to the understanding of self-harm in adolescent 5. An evaluation of uses and limitations of pre-existing risk assessment tools 6. An exploration of own attitudes and beliefs and recognition of how of it may affect practice 7. Conclusion Self-harm in adolescence. 1. Introduction. The adolescents have challenges as they grow. They struggle to overcome stress that is accumulated... from...
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Self-Harm in Adolescence
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...Harm in Adolescence As Seen From a Psychoanalytic Perspective Introduction Aversion to pain is part of human nature and it is highly abnormal for anyone to relish being inflicted with bodily harm, but in the growing phenomenon called deliberate self-harm, people actually hurt themselves for reasons that baffle behavioral scientists. Most of those who engage in self-harm are young people and they do so by stopping short of killing themselves, which makes this particular behavior distinct from suicide. Unlike suicide, whose motivations have been long understood by experts as utter hopelessness and despair, there is no easy way to explain the psychodynamic of self-harm. Psychodynamic being... Self-Harm in ...
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John Stuart Mills Harm Principle
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...Harm Principle of Institute] John Stuart Mill's Harm Principle Similarly, in an early essay in 1973 en d Moral Enforcement and the Harm Principle--an essay which would sketch the contours of his later four-volume treatise on The Moral Limits of the Criminal Law--Professor Joel Feinberg rehearsed Mill's harm principle and he, too, pared the principle down to its original, simple formulation Mill, the prevention of harm is commonly thought to delimit the extent of permissible political interference with a person's liberty1. This view is put forward in his famous harm principle, the principle that, ". the only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member... John Stuart Mill's Harm...
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Criminal Law: Grievous bodily harm
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...harm inflicted by Joe Mack on Pete. Section 20 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861 states that: "Whosoever shall unlawfully and maliciously wound or inflict any grievous bodily harm upon any person, either with or without any weapon or instrument, shall be guilty of an offence, and being convicted thereof shall be liable to imprisonment for five years." Grievous bodily harm (GBH) was defined by the House of Lords in DPP v Smith [1961] AC 290 as meaning nothing more technical than "really serious bodily harm". The Court of Appeal has since held, in R v Sanders [1985] Crim LR 230, that it is sufficient for a trial judge to direct a jury... The issues in the case are as follows Grievous bodily harm ...
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Corporate harm: Measurement and impact
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...harm: Measurement and impact Corporate harm: Measurement and impact s Awidely quoted definition of a corporation was that made by Chief Justice Marshall of the United States in 1819. He referred to corporation as "an artificial being, invisible, intangible, and existing only in contemplation of the law."(Grossman & Adams, 1993, p.11-12) In other words, a corporation is a powerful, untouchable, artificial being endowed by law with the rights, powers, and 'duties' of a natural person. to a large extent, corporations shape our customary practices as the sources of the toothpaste we use deodorant we wear and food we eat. Like natural persons, a corporation may own property, incur... Running head: Corporate...
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Working with violence and harm
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...harm Introduction The human trafficking menace is real and a threat to international security in the modern day society. Human trafficking refers to the process of illegally trading on people by transporting them into foreign countries and either selling them out as though products or forcing them to work. The trade is similar in structure to the pre medieval slave trade only that this is illegal. Most victims of human trafficking are children; children are gullible and therefore easy to cheat or to grab forcefully (CULLEN-DUPONT, 2009). These victims often work as sex slaves, brain washed and thereafter used to perpetuate acts of terrorism or used in drug trafficking among... Working with violence and...
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The Harm of Legalizing Marijuana
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...HARM OF LEGALIZING MARIJUANA THE HARM OF LEGALIZING MARIJUANA Marijuana has been considered as the exclusively useful survival resource from the antediluvian ancestral times. Every part of the plant, from which the substance Marijuana is derived, has been considered as useful. Marijuana is extensively used in the manufacturing industry. On this context people believe that the usage of Marijuana is immense as it serves the source for the manufacturing of paper, fuel, chemicals, food, cosmetics, and thousands of other products and even for religious sacrament, and so it should be legalized. As per them, it contributes enormously as a source of medicine. For many decades it has been... ?Running Head: HARM...
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The Essence of a Deliberate Self-Harm
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...harm: Discussion of research papers The review of literature on the attitudes of nurses towards patients of self-harm, conducted as a part of this study helped me in understanding the scope and extent of the problem and its likely impact on the patient's health outcomes. I found that patients of self-harm are, at times, perceived negatively by the nurses particularly those in the A&E (Accidents and Emergency) departments. The nurses believed that the patients of self-harm are attention-seekers and do not need any immediate care. This attitude towards such patients was largely influenced by the fact that most of these nurses lacked the required training and education needed to assess... the...
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Religion Does More Harm Than Good
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...harm than good" Opening ment Good evening ladies and gentlemen. My is Anna and I stand before you to support the motion that religion does more harm than good. I am therefore against the team that says religion has done more good in the society. In my arguments to affirm the motion, I will endeavor to explain and demonstrate to a large extent how marriage conflicts in religion have contributed to more harm than good in the society throughout the history of man. I will also introduce my colleagues in the affirmative team that includes Hamad, who will come to discuss the impact of religion on politics of today as he tries to prove the point that religion has indeed... negatively affected the...
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The Theoretical Underpinnings Pertaining To Self-Harm
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...Harm Outline 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Definition of self harm (Lewis, Rosenrot & Santor, 2011) 1.2 Critical statistics (D’Onofrio, 2007) 2.0 Related Literature 2.1 Theoretical underpinnings      2.1.1 Self-harm differentiated with suicide, etc. (D’Onofrio, 2007)      2.1.2 Characteristics of self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.3 Self-harm risk factors checklist (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.4 Common misconceptions about self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.5 Biological factors (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)      2.1.6 Personality and self-harm (Gratz & Chapman, 2009)                              2.1.7 Self-harm and painful and traumatic childhood experience... Research Paper on...
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Decriminalization, drug maintenance and harm reduction
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...harm reduction Decisive victory in the "war on drugs" in the United s is much bleaker today than it was declared during the mid-1980s. The number of Americans behind bars for drug law violations has increased radically to extraordinary levels, however drug-related problems is not yet vanished. Most of new AIDS cases in U.S. cities, and among African Americans and Latinos, are caused by drug misuse and related behavior. Majority of the twenty million Americans who violate the drug laws each year are modest or controlled drug users. The government itself emerges at a loss for what to do about this enduring problem (Nadelmann et al, 2004). Thus it is time to seek... Decriminalization, drug maintenance and...
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Youth Behind Bars:Doing Justice or Doing Harm
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...Harm? Number Juvenile delinquents who have gone through the criminal justice system are usually incarcerated in the same way as adults to ensure public safety. The only difference is that children are often given lenient sentences because their capacity to make adequate judgment when committing crime is somehow compromised by their age. Therefore, on the one hand, as a matter of policy, criminal convicts are usually kept away from the rest of the society to deter repeated criminal behavior and as punishment for their delinquency. On the other hand, keeping behind bars, children who barely know that they are engaging in crime does more harm than good to them... Youth Behind Bars: Doing Justice or Doing...
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Self Harm: Discussion of Research Papers
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...harm: Discussion of research papers The review of literature on the attitudes of nurses towards patients of self-harm, conducted as a part of this study helped me in understanding the scope and extent of the problem and its likely impact on the patient's health outcomes. I found that patients of self-harm are, at times, perceived negatively by the nurses particularly those in the A&E (Accidents and Emergency) departments. The nurses believed that the patients of self-harm are attention-seekers and do not need any immediate care. This attitude towards such patients was largely influenced by the fact that most of these nurses lacked the required training and education needed to assess... the...
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Why Selfies Do More Harm Than Good
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...Harm Than Good We humans make things. We create things. These are the things that define us. They also tend to highlight our society to just within a single nation but other nations too. This creation of people is defined as artifacts. Cultural artifacts are the trends or any fashion, etc created by a person concerning his traditional and cultural norms. Cultural artifacts are items that prove to provide information concerning the person`s society and background. Cultural artifacts are not only ancient. They are being made every day by ordinary people. Items which stand out are followed by other people. These items or trends are forward. In this way, the trend gains popularity... Why Selfies Do More...
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Good Looks and Charm Causes Harm
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...Harm The Shakespeare play, “Othello” is a tragedy written to illustrate the effects of jealousy and vengeance. It also highlights the evils people commit in the name of love. In addition, it calls into question the real value of good looks and charm in an individual. Shakespeare challenges the reader into analyzing whether these traits can be a source of harm to an individual. Well presented in Diyanni Robert’s publication “Literature Reading Fiction, Poetry, and Drama” Michael Cassio is the lieutenant to the moor, Othello. Cassio is loyal to his boss and Shakespeare describes him as handsome and full of charm. This charm makes it easy for Cassio to win women. Othello... Good Looks and Charm Causes Harm ...
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What causes deliberate self harm in adolescence
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...Harm Deliberate Self-Harm in Adolescents This research paper discusses the problem of deliberate self-harm behaviour, concentrating basically on adolescents. Most of the young adults harming their bodies tend to have depressive symptoms; however, some of them also have depressive disorders. Still, in case depression is not cured and neither does it respond to actions, there is an urgent requirement of taking antidepressants. The causes behind adolescents engaging in such destructing behaviour are discussed, some of which include parental neglect, peer victimization, distress, depression, child abuse, sexual abuse and so on, each factor having different importance... ?Running head: Deliberate Self-Harm...
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The harm of the banking concept
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...Harm of the Banking Concept There is an old saying in China: “travelling thousands of miles is better than reading ten thousand books,” which has the same conclusion from a different angle with an American saying: “practices are more important than theories.” According to both of the phrases, one may learn knowledge better from practicing and experiencing it rather than just learning and reading it in books etc. I don’t think knowledge is something people can learn directly from books or teachers’ lessons because it cannot be learnt without understanding. But I do believe that people may gain knowledge from their daily life... Insert His/her Insert Insert Grade Insert Here (Day, Month, Year) The Harm of ...
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Differences Between the Disease Model and the Harm Reduction Model
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...Harm Reduction Models There are two prominent models of alcohol and drug use; disease model and harm reduction model. Although the two models share an end, they have significant differences in their philosophy and execution. Both the disease model (abstinence model) and harm reduction model have analogous goals. Typically, when drug users seek help, they undergo the process of assessment, formulating a care plan, and then introduction to diverse services that the philosophy of treatment prescribes. The paper compares and contrasts the two models in light of written accounts by drug user (N. Sheff) and his father’s perspective. Both books (Beautiful Boy by David Sheff... Differences between Disease and...
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How effective are services in treating individuals who self harm
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...harm Contents Contents Introduction 2 Responsible Reason for Self Harming Tendency 2 Literature Review 4 Importance of the problem and the need to conduct the dissertation study 5 Research Question 6 AIM & Objectives 6 Methodology 6 Conclusion 8 Bibliography 8 PART A Introduction Harming themselves in the state of complete conscious is usually referred to the situation arising from when a person deliberately harms themselves. “Self-harm” is acknowledged as a method to portray extreme deep pain. Generally, individuals are unaware of the reasons why they had armed themselves. During self-harm persons might hurt or toxin themselves via “scratching, cutting... Efficiency of Treating People who self harm...
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Harm-reduction interventions in British substance-misuse services
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...Harm Reduction or harm minimization is one of the most critical aspects of public health policies wherein the overall focus of the policies is on how to reduce the harmful impacts of the recreational drugs or even other high risk/high impact activities. It is critical to note that various studies have indicates the emergences of HIV/AIDS as the direct result of the failure to take appropriate measures. Developing countries or rather poor countries therefore have the largest incidences of the HIV/AIDS due to injection needle insertions causing further complications. In order to overcome harms and complications, it is always important that a comprehensive harm reduction program is planned... Introduction...
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Attitudes of healthcare and social care professionals towards self-harm
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...harm Mental patients may be more of a mystery today living among us, than they were hidden away in the asylum. We do not know them, because they are neither outside society in the world of exclusion, nor are they full citizens - individuals who are like the rest of us. Being neither self nor other, they are a new kind of social construction. Newell & Gournay, 2009, pp. 17 UK has one of the highest rates of self-harm in Europe: 400 per 100,000 populations Mental Health Statistics, 2012 Self-harm or deliberate self-harm, is a concept which is widely experienced in society in contemporary times, yet at the same time, is usually... misunderstood. People involved in self-harm are...
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Interventions to reduce harm associated with adolescent substance use
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...Harm in Adolescent Substance Use Interventions to Reduce Harm Associated With Adolescent Substance use Professor Class Abstract In this paper regarding interventions of substance use, the considerations of researchers to reduce harm and to avoid the substance use are discussed and analyzed. The regulatory and development techniques are mentioned and the discussion on their effect is an inclusion in this paper. In addition to the analysis and results of development techniques, the discussion of poperian perspective that considers the cultural and environmental effects affecting the interventions and tools will help in providing insight in choosing interventions. Interventions... Interventions to Reduce...
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Did Edward Snowden do more good or harm
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...Harm than Good Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Discussion 5 III. Integration 9 IV. Conclusion 10 I. Introduction This paper weighs in on both the harm and the good that Edward Snowden has caused by releasing classified information on the surveillance programs of the National Security Agency in the United States and its partner agencies in other countries, targeting its civilian populations and which have been justified on grounds that such surveillance is for national security and anti-terrorism purposes. To the extent that such programs have been compromised, one argument goes, and to the extent that such leaks have led to the possible elevation... of the threat to the security and...
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Reading Response of Do Not Harm and Informed Consent
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...Harm and Informed Consent A concise summary of the main point(s) and methods of the reading. The US Public Health Service (USPHS) conducted syphilis study on the black population of Macon County in Alabama by using x-ray and spinal tap. The whole experiment according to the research by Brandt (1978) was unveiled as unethical and racist. The black male subjects were deceived about being provided with medication for the syphilis in order to accept to be subjected to the research and this was based on the racist notion of the blacks being illiterate and primitive and would not unveil the deception. Furthermore, there were denied any real medication and they ended up dying... Reading Response of Do Not...
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Health Promotion Framework: reducing harm done by tobacco for Australians
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...harm done by tobacco has been a matter of major focus for Australians since a long while... ? The department of Human Services (DHS) has developed a new Health Promotion Framework whose main aim is to promote health and wellbeing in Victoria. They have established state-wide health promotion priorities along with Vic health for the period from 2007 to 2012 which would provide an opportunity to improve overall health and reduce health inequalities. This framework aims at addressing the major health issues facing the Australian population which includes risk factors for persistent diseases and the societal determinants causing and aggravating these diseases. One of the priorities which aim at reducing harm ...
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Protection of the Individual from Possible Harm and Abuse
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...Harm and Abuse Introduction Abuses are one of the common things present in the society since forever in one form or the other. Everyday we are being abused either emotionally or mentally. However, there are few who have to experience it more frequently than others in the same society. This is mainly because they are not capable of defending themselves from possible harms and abuses. They are not able to fight for themselves. They are more vulnerable than others when it comes to protecting themselves from possible harms and abuses. One of such type of people is a 32 years old woman Sarah, who is suffering from Down syndrome. This is the very disease... Protection of the Individual from Possible Harm and ...
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DOES COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY HARM OR HELP DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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...Harm or Help Developing Countries? Swarnambika S Academia Research The European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) was introduced in the early 1960s. It remains largely managed by the provisions of the 1957 Treaty of Rome. With its combination of high and stable guaranteed prices, the CAP has been successful at boosting production, and also in easing the transformation of a largely rural society to an economy of manufacturing and services, limiting the human and economic cost of transition. However, the CAP has subsequently been the victim of its own success. The CAP arrangements resulted in large surpluses and budget crises in the 1980s (Harrison et al, 1995... Does Common Agricultural Policy Harm ...
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Do popilar culture and/or technology help or harm society
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...Harm Society? al Affiliation The culture of a group of people refers to their customs, beliefs, language, way of life, dance, music, clothing, as well as their communicative, intellectual and expressive behavior at a particular period in time. It can therefore be said that the culture of people’s everyday lives is what is referred to as popular culture. Popular culture represents the dynamics of society. The artifacts of a particular people’s popular culture reveal a lot about who they are in society and how they have changed over time. Technology has had a significant impact on societies. Earlier after its introduction, the printing press changed the lives... Does Popular Culture/Technology Help or Harm ...
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Self harm problem in prisons. What initiatives have been implemented by the Prison Service to reduce the likelihood of self harm
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...harm problem in prisons. What initiatives have been implemented by the Prison Service to reduce the likelihood of self harm? Self harm in prisonis a rising problem because people who spend their term in jail cannot get in terms with their life and have a thought that they cannot overcome the situation. This desperation leads people to harm themselves and may even lead to suicide. Prison Service provides assistance to prisoners to deal with the situation and overcome their psychological struggle. Several methods are adopted by prison services to improve the well being of prisoners especially when there is a chance for self harm. Prison staffs are given guidance to help prisoners who... are...
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Identify and Critically Analyze the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and Harm Reduction Aims
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...harm reduction aims. In addition, examine the ways in which law enforcement practice Introduction: This paper seeks to analyze and discuss the statement that “Law enforcement and practice, particularly at the street level, can have a negative impact upon harm reduction outcomes.” This will therefore identify and critically analyze the relationship between law enforcement and harm reduction aims. In addition, this paper will also examine ways in which law enforcement practice may exacerbate drug related harms. This paper maintains that law enforcement is one of the means to prevent drug related crimes... but the process of crime prevention may result to unintended...
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Don't Let Your Baby Blues Go Code Red & Sometimes It's Better Just to Do Less Harm
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...Harm” The article “Don’t Let Your Baby Blues Go Code Red” published in the New York Times on June 7, 2005 addresses the depression experience by most women immediately after giving birth. The first argument made by Brody is in relation to the opinion that whenever celebrities write about personal problems such as emotional disorders, such works generate a lot of public attention and are highly publicized (7). I feel that this opinion is very true, considering how people are quick to share stories concerning celebrities, especially in this era of increased social media activity. For example, stories... no. Response to “Don’t Let Your Baby Blues Go Red” and “Sometimes It’s Better Just To Do Less Harm”...
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Policy analysis of Working Together to Reduce Harm ( The Substance Misuse Strategy for Wales 2008-2018)
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...Harm (The Substance Misuse Strategy for Welsh 2008-2018) Introduction Substance misuseand the harm caused by it is well known, and although its definition varies according to context, cultural practices, popular beliefs, local legislation has important role to play in reducing the harm it may cause. Substance misuse has been defined by illicit use of substances, deliberate or unintentional. The UK has the highest level of addiction and misuse in Europe. It has been acknowledged that substance misuse can harm the misuser both physically and mentally, and this harm may extend to the people and environment through the misusers actions... SUBSTANCE MISUSE Policy analysis of Working Together to Reduce Harm...
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The growth of internet gambling and the implications for regulation and harm minimisation in Australia
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...HARM MINIMISATION IN AUSTRALIA INTRODUCTION The development of internet gavebirth to various new sources of revenues for the states and tools for entertainment for public. One of the products of internet is the online gambling which is increasing day by day. Australia is the first economy which legalise the online gambling and probably one of the first countries facing huge challenges produced by online gambling. In this report, I have discussed the growth of internet gambling in Australian economy and what are the implications of this growth on Australian government and harm minimisation in Australia. DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS... ?THE GROWTH OF INTERNET GAMBLING AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR REGULATION AND...
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Ethical duties as an Entrepreneur (Is your good harm to others)
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...harm to others Christopher Martin Business Ethics Ms. Shelly Smith 11-18-14 Introduction If one takes a close look at the civilization which was formed by the humans, one can not help noticing that there are many aspects that differ it from the groups which are formed by the rest of the living organisms. While it is clear that such abilities as generating verbal interaction are peculiar to our kind, one would not make a mistake pointing out that the notion of Ethics is not found anywhere beyond the boundaries of the human society. That is why, it should be noted that the idea of Ethics is what truly make us different. In addition to that, it can... Ethical duties as an Entrepreneur (Is your good harm to...
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Cutting the budget to the education system will do more harm than good
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...harm than good. In 1994 and 1995 the US government spent 508 billion dollars on education from primary through graduate school – about 7.5 percent of the country’s total GDP (PBS). While much of this expense occurs at the local level, pressure both locally and nationally to cut these expenditures is understandably high. But cutting the budget to the education system might easily do more harm than good. Based upon economic statistics and a survey of the case of education in California, cutting education seems to lead directly to poorer education which has discernable negative consequences for production and economic performance. The recent case... ?Cutting the budget to the education system will do more...
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What is the purpose of fashion Does this help or harm humans
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...harm humans? Fashion has been used as a way of differentiating a person from the other, since the purpose of fashion is to attain self-expression, considering that “today, as semiotics becomes fashionable, sociologists tell us that fashion too is a language of signs, a nonverbal system of communication” (Lurie, 185). In this respect, individuals wear what they feel is suitable to portray to the rest of the world about their class and social status, their gender and even their age. Thus, even when an individual is not known to the other, through his or her fashion, it would be easy to get “important information (or misinformation) as to…occupation... What is the purpose of fashion? Does this help or harm ...
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Is Religion rational or irrational Does it do more harm than good
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...harm than good to humanity by becoming ‘organized’ and ‘social’. Hence, if humanity is to benefit from religion and its essence, then people should practice it as a ‘personal’ aspect of life rather than practicing it in ‘organized’ way, because when practiced in ‘social’ and ‘organized’ way, religion becomes a weapon of destruction and dominance... Organized Religion: A Bane To Humanity Introduction Since the ancient times, religion has been an essential part of human life. Importance of religion in human life can be seen through emotional and psychological attachment to the religious beliefs that people show in their lives. According to Nelson et al. (1993), the presence of religion in virtually every...
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In Which Ways and to What Extent Can GMO Products Harm Health
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...harm to a society that is sensitive to the safety and health of the Food. Masunaga (2013) points out that over 25, 000 ton shipment of soft white wheat was declined by the Japanese state officials to protect the health of the people in this society. Other public press channels have come out aloud to condemn the GMO food production and the acceptance of this technology in the public. Smith (2011) through a broad article, launched a war “say no to GMOs” to sensitize the public on the harm of GMO’s in the society today. Being an esteemed nutritionist and sourcing from a variety of scientific sources, Smith... ? GMO Wheat in Japan, the Good and the Bad College: GMO Wheat in Japan, the Good and the Bad In the ...
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Enabling children to address issues of addiction and self-harm effectively
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...Harm Effectively By ofUniversity Introduction For some children growing up in the family home is made impossible by environments riddled with such problems including those such as abuse, neglect, and addiction. This creates an attachment disorder resulting in a child displaying obsessive-compulsive behaviour, drug addictions, and self-harm. Such behaviours need to be addressed by carers in fostering agencies in order to affectively assist such children in dealing with and overcoming such destructive behavior. The Links Between Unmet Infant Attachment Needs and Issues of Dependency, Control... Running Head: CARERS AND CHILDREN How Carers Can Enable Children to Address Issues of Addiction and Self Harm...
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