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Shoud Smoking in Public Areas be Banned
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...Public Areas be banned Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned: A Reflective Paper goes here of yourProfessor Should Smoking in Public Areas be banned? Smoking ban in public area is not only a serious healthcare issue but its moral aspects are equally serious social concern. Smoking in open and enclosed public areas is banned in many parts of the world but it is not enforced vigorously and most of the time it is left to personal good judgment. We need to enforce the prohibition of this hazardous practice rather vigorously to ensure compliance. Public health is serious social concern that cannot be left to the discretion of those who are endangering personal health... ?Running Head: Should Smoking in...
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Smoking in public areas
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...public outrage and instigated new laws, yet we hesitate to implement laws to ban the equally dangerous and insidious smoking in public places, which is associated with approximately 14000 new asthma cases in children and 230000 new cases of bronchitis and pneumonia in children under 18 months old. Scandalous! If someone were to consistently and systematically poison... Manifesto for the Eradication of Weapons of Lung Destruction How would you like it if every lamppost and mail box in town emitted puffs of smoke intoyour face as you walked to work in your neat nice suit, or better yet, what if every tree in your favorite park poured out whiffs of smoke every few seconds? How would you like that? Where...
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Installation of Video Surveillance Systems in Public Areas
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...Public Areas Introduction: Video surveillance is an advanced technological measure that can be applied by the authorities of different cities for the purpose of recording activities of citizens in the public places (Opinion on Video Surveillance in Public Places by Public Authorities and the Protection of Human Rights, 5). It is believed that such surveillance measures enable a state to prevent the rates of crimes to great extents. However, there are mixed views and opinions regarding the use of such video cameras in the public places. The current study discusses in support of the use of video surveillance and determines how the system... Sur 2 December Installation of Video Surveillance Systems in...
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Surveillance Camera. Should The Surveillance Be Done in Public Areas Persuasive essay
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...public or private areas. From when you walk out of your house, in most cities, you are being watched (Parenti, 2003). This is because the cameras are now installed in major city streets, gas stations, retail shops and transport systems such as trains. The use of surveillance cameras doubled in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City. These prompted frantic efforts, to curb terrorism, a major threat to security in this century. There is need to identify the ethics of surveillance cameras. Historically, the idea of watching... ? Surveillance Camera To begin with, surveillance cameras are commonly referred to as closed circuit television(CCTV).They are a modern form of surveillance,...
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Should smoking be outlawed in public areas
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...public places should be banned. My opinion is that, yes, smoking in public places should be outlawed, because it causes passive smoking, where those who are not smoking and perhaps are not smokers end... Introduction Smoking is a practice where a substance is burned, and its smoke inhaled or tasted by an individual. Substances that are smoked include, among others, tobacco and marijuana. In most parts of the world, tobacco is the most commonly smoked substance. There are many companies in the world that deal in the cigarette business and, therefore, smoking can be considered a source of income to families and the country at large. Not all people smoke, though, and thus the debate whether smoking in...
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Persuasive Essay: Should restriction be plced on the use of mobile (cell) phones in public areas like restaurants and theather why or why not
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...public areas like restaurants and theater? Why or why not? The use of mobile phones in public places like restaurants and theatres can be an inconvenience and nuisance to those who visit these places for recreation. I had a very annoying experience in a theatre recently, while I was watching an award-winning movie which I had been waiting eagerly to watch in the theatre. Since it was a movie for which sound and silence were used in an intriguing combination, total attention was required for proper appreciation. However, the excellent sound quality provided in the theatre and the ambience that matched it were... to compromise a bit, and think of effective restrictions on the use of mobile...
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Future topical areas of public health
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...areas of public health Future Topical Areas of Public Health Health is a critical factor that any human being considers as the most important in his life. Presently, the health of most of the people has seen drastic deterioration all over the world. This is because of changing lifestyles due to the technological changes all over the world. Therefore, it is necessary to form a legal structure that will assist curbing this norm to improve the lives of people. The major focus of public law is dealing with all the legal issues which relate to the practice of public health. This essay elaborates further on the impact of public health law upon environmental health and reforms in health care... Future topical...
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Public Health Core Areas and the BSPH Program
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...Public Health Core Areas and the BSPH Program PUBLIC HEALTH CORE AREAS AND THE BSPH PROGRAM The Bachelor of Science in public health is a program that involves promoting the understanding of diseases and health, based upon fundamental qualities of public health. The program’s main objective is to train health professionals in order to improve the life standards of both individuals and communities. This paper provides information about workshops that will help me develop as a public health professional. 1. Healthy Communities Promote Healthy Minds and Bodies The American...
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Compare and contrast / choose two public policy areas
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...Public Policy on Public Education and Public Health Introduction Public policy (written and unwritten) is one of the distinct features of governance; as early as ancient civilization public policies were part of people’s everyday lives. As society develops and systematized so thus governance, and consequentially public policy becomes intricately woven into people’s lives. Today, almost all areas of people’s lives (from conception to death) are deeply affected by public policies commonly known as laws, enactments, orders, etc. Although public policy generally aims to in place order, its process is more usually stiff than not as it goes through the tedious political... Comparative Analysis on the US...
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Public Funds Provision for Parks and Leisure Areas
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...PUBLIC FUNDS PROVISION FOR PARKS AND LEISURE AREAS of Introduction The Newtownville district council leisure services department is at present facing an economic crisis. The department is also encountering severe pressure on how to use the available limited resources. The Newtownville district council is popularly known for offering quality leisure service to its customers for a long period (Knapp and Hartsoe, 2006, p. 67). To counter these setbacks, the department is planning to recruit a research company to assist in the allocation of the limited resources and to search for the most effective ways of implementing the proposed plan. The Newtownville district leisure department is evaluating...
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Areas In Which Public Policy Is Most Effective, And In Which Others, The Least
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...Areas in which public policy is most effective, and in which others, the least. Public policy is most effective in terms of identifying those which unreasonably restrains trade as that provided for in Section 1 of the Sherman Act. As provided for in Section 1 of the said act, “Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is declared to be illegal,” In interpreting the said provision being couched in broad terms, it was said that such a provision of law was held to be adaptable to change especially in the emergence of...
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Cities have the right to ban smoking in public
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...public areas in the cities around the globe is essential for varied health and social reasons. Similarly, the support of the public in effecting this ban is paramount in order to win the war against tar and nicotine infection and heart attacks to passive smokers (Pampel, 2009). Therefore, it is crucial to highlight the harmful effects of active smoking as follows: it causes cancers of the lung, esophagus and mouth among other infections. On the same aspect, this essay is going to follow five persuasive steps of understanding the repercussions of the ban and the opinion of the public. Establishing credibility All cities around the world have... Smoking Ban Task: Smoking Ban The banning of smoking in...
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Conservation areas
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...Area. The research involved consultation with historic maps and parish records as well as surveys of the natural and build features of the area under consideration, examination of individual structures, and consideration of sight lines and other factors. Appendix I illustrates one of the historic maps that was used in the research process and Appendix II illustrates the boundaries of the conservation area and listed buildings within it. The South Bucks District Council publication, Conservation Areas: Guidance for Residents details the constraints imposed by the regulations that are applicable within the conservation area. “Conservation Area... Historic Conservation in the U.K Legislation and Regulations ...
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Key Areas
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...Areas A town hall meeting is a meeting that is organized to offer a platform for nurses and the public to interact with policymakers. It offers a platform through which a residents and professionals can air their opinions and hear their concerns (Mason et al., 2011). Notably, dialogue plays a significant role in social change. A town hall meeting between nurses and policy maker is an effective tactic. This is because a policy maker can gain knowledge of some of the health concerns within the population and answer some of the questions that nurses may have regarding a policy issue (Stewart et al., 2009). Town hall meetings are an effective strategy because...
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Areas
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...areas for a variety of geometric figures that include rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, trapezoid and circle. The only formula that someone really needs to remember to find area of any of the mentioned figures is: Area = Base times Height The area of a plane figure refers to the number of square units that figure covers. The area is measured in square units (e.g. cm2, meter2, km2, etc.). Rectangle Figure 1 shows a rectangle with base b and height h. Figure 1: Rectangle For finding area of a rectangle, first we will divide this in many smaller parts of a single square unit as shown by a shaded black region. Since, the length... CAP #3 This paper will develop and explain the ways to find areas...
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Smoking in public places
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...public places. The passive smoking is the primary factor for banning the smoking in the public areas. The passive smoking starts when a person inhaled the other person's exhaled or ambient smoke from the cigarette or cigar. Various studies have already concluded that the passive smoking is also very dangerous for human health even some researches state that a passive smoker and an actual smoker are equally exposed... Smoking Laws Smoking has been very common throughout the world. Many countries have already taken several steps to control the use of tobacco as it very harmful for human health. In the United States, many states have already passed certain laws that prohibit smokers to smoke at the public ...
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Cigarette smoking in public
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...PUBLIC Cigarette smoking is injurious not only to the smoker but also for all those who are around them. Therefore, it is necessary to ban smoking in public areas. It is a well known fact that passive smoking or the secondhand smoke is perilous to the health of those who regrettably must inhale it. There are several scientific evidences that support the fact that the breathing of air contaminated by cigarette smoke by non-smokers increases the incidences of bronchitis, pneumonia and other chest illnesses in children, asthma, lung cancer and heart disease. A smoker does not have any right to bring harm to other non-smokers in a public place. Besides, tobacco smoke is well-known... ?CIGARETTE SMOKING IN...
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Areas of Specialization
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...area tries to analyze people’s behavior in order to determine their innocence or guilt in a given crime. Effective evaluation of behavior would reveal this and that is all the course deals with. In summary, psychology is multi faceted medical career with other interdisciplinary areas of specialization. However, these interdisciplinary areas of study in psychology are interrelated. Reference Vogel, D., Wade, N., & Hackler, A. (2007). Perceived public stigma and the willingness to seek counseling: the mediating roles of self-stigma and attitudes towards counseling. . Oxford : Oxford University Press.... Areas of specialization Psychology is the study of human mind carried out through observation of...
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PUBLIC FINANCIAL MGMT
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...public spending burden between all levels of government, including upcoming ageing costs. The second was to increase the efficiency of spending at all levels by reducing economic disincentives, and by increasing co-operation and co-ordination in policy and public service provision. (OCED economic surveys: Belgium) One can see that after taxes are accumulated and appropriated, the real challenges of fiscal policy begin. It is no easy task to oversee and determine the disbursements of public tax dollars towards the appropriate areas of need while balancing public areas of interest and need. There are two types of budgets from an accounting... ? Public Financial Management Due Faculty There are some...
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Breast feeding in public
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...public. The matter of breastfeeding in public has received arguments both in its favor and against it. Some jurisdictions forbid it, some do not address it in their laws while others grant legal rights for the workplace and public areas (Hausman, 2003). Incidents have been reported of premises owners or the people... ? Breastfeeding in Public Breastfeeding in Public Breastfeeding is the natural act of feeding infants with breast milk. The milk is directly fed to the infants from the breasts of female humans instead of bottles and containers (Wiessinger, West, & Pitman, 2010). Scientific methods of theory and hypothesis investigate and attempt to comprehensively explain the universe’s phenomena (Ziman,...
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Life in Rural Areas
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...areas: Work, banks, shops, chemists, post offices, libraries, childcare and out of hours school care, sport and leisure facilities, information and advice services, health and social care, education and training, community halls, local government offices, employment services, public and community transport services In general most of the debate is around the core issues like the shop, the primary school, the GP, the community hall and public transport. NEETs NEET is an abbreviation for Not in Education, Employment or Training. The NEET or 'fast-track' transition causes... CONTENTS Serial No Heading Page Executive Summary 2. Introduction 5 3. Definition of Rural Areas 7 4. Access to Services 9 5. NEETs ...
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Breast feeding in public
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...public. The matter of breastfeeding in public has received arguments both in its favor and against it. Some jurisdictions forbid it, some do not address it in their laws while others grant legal rights for the workplace and public areas (Hausman, 2003). Incidents have been reported of premises owners or the people... Breastfeeding in Public Breastfeeding in Public Breastfeeding is the natural act of feeding infants with breast milk. The milk isdirectly fed to the infants from the breasts of female humans instead of bottles and containers (Wiessinger, West & Pitman, 2010). Scientific methods of theory and hypothesis investigate and attempt to comprehensively explain the universe’s phenomena (Ziman,...
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PLANNING FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS
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...Areas Introduction There has been an increase in the population of urban areas,due to suburbanization. Many people have left countryside life, with hope of better life in urban areas. This has necessitated development of plans, to ensure infrastructure is adequate for the growing urban dwellers. Consequently, there has been a lot of urban revitalization of metropolitan, in a bid to restore normalcy for the ever growing urban population (Hoch 2-19). Why are tall buildings concentrated in some areas and not others? The pondering question whether buildings elevation frontier should be eliminated has basically been overlooked for so long. It has turned into a platitude amongst... Planning For Metropolitan...
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Rural Areas Development
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...areas in the developed world have undergone tremendous changes, especially in the economic sector. The importance of primary sector in the rural economy of public sector has progressively declined since the end of the World War II. The development of the rural areas in the developed word is being increasingly depended upon various forms of consumerism. It means that rural areas are undergoing a stage of post-production in the rural areas. The purpose of this paper... Discuss the contention that rural spaces in the global north have become landscapes of consumption, rather than traditional landscapes of production Introduction Introduction In twenty first century, the rural a...
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REDUCTION OF SMOKING BEHAVIOR IN COPD IN LOS ANGELES AREAS
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...public policies like smoke free condition in several public areas, also affects the matter. Mainly the control of tobacco, which largely limits the production of cigarettes. Despite of success in these matters, it is seen that the medical reports from various hospitals reveal the fact that instead of a decline in the number of smokers, it maintained a constant level for last 8 years, some of the reports from the hospitals also prove the same facts: The reports from the cancer department of California hospital medical centre shows that, I. From 1990 to 2002 the patients admitted in the hospitals due to diseases like COPD... ? Reduction of Smoking Behavior in COPD in Los Angeles Areas Affiliation with more ...
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Government Objectives For Rural Areas
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...public needs. Planning authorities have an imperative accountability to take part in distributing the Government's objectives for rural district, through their process of the planning system and the submission of the policies specified in Planning Policies. Key Principles for Planning Policy of Rural Areas: Sustainable Growth Is The Foundation Principle Reinforcing Land Using Planning: (i) Judgments on expansion proposals should be established on sustainable expansion values, making certain an incorporated method to the deliberation of: - Communal enclosure, recognising the necessities of each person; - Effectual precaution and improvement... transport, walking and cycling, in line with the...
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Government objectives for rural areas
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...public needs. Planning authorities have an imperative accountability to take part in distributing the Governments objectives for rural district, through their process of the planning system and the submission of the policies specified in Planning Policies. Key Principles for Planning Policy of Rural Areas: Sustainable Growth Is The Foundation Principle Reinforcing Land Using Planning: (i) Judgments on expansion proposals should be established on sustainable expansion values, making certain an incorporated method to the deliberation of: - Communal enclosure, recognising the necessities of each person; - Effectual precaution and improvement... , walking and cycling, in line with the policies...
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20th Century Public Space
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...Public Space List of Figures Figure Courtyard of Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 1754………………………….…….Page 3 Figure 2 Smirke Building……………..……………………………………….……………Page 5 Figure 3 King’s Library………………………..……………………………………………Page 6 Figure 4 The Great Court at the British Museum Designed by Norman Foster…..………..Page 8 Introduction Public spaces are critical components of urban areas. According to Worpole public spaces are any areas that are open and accessible to people (p. 3). This may include roads, public arenas, government buildings, libraries museums among other structures. It is imperative to note that the public spaces include outdoor and indoor spaces. Historically, pubic spaces were used... ? 20th Century...
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The Incorporation of Immigrants in Growing Urban Areas ( Annotated Bibliography AAAG Style)
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...public areas. Furthermore, it provides insight into the behaviour of minorities which can be useful to parties charged with the responsibility of ensuring the safety of members of public. Papachristos, A. V., D. M. Hureau and A. A. Braga. 2013. The corner and the crew: The influence of geography and social networks on gang violence. American Sociological Review 78 (3): 417 –447. This journal article is authored by Papachristos, Hureau and Braga. The authors are sociology scholars affiliated with Yale University, Harvard University, and Rutgers University respectively. The authors studied... Annotated Bibliography Bingqin L. and Y. Zhang. Housing provision for rural-urban migrant workers in Chinese...
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Public Safety and Privacy Analysis
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...public areas is requires permission. Take the example of the security cameras installed at major intersections of the cities are legal. General public have no expectation of privacy when they travel in and around a public streets (Cavnett, 2011). The Fourth Amendment strictly prohibited the police officials for the police to place surveillance camera having sound recording capabilities without a warrant. Therefore, recording device to record conversations at public telephone boots is not permissible / advisable (Cavnett, 2011). References Barry, Donald D. and Whitcomb, Howard R. (2005). The legal... ? Public Privacy and Safety under US Law No: Roll No: Public Privacy and Safety under US Law The Supreme...
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Key Areas of Management Practices
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...public institutions. Successful management approaches inculcate confidence, appreciates peoples’ diversity and maintains discipline. Besides, a viable framework balances authority, command, equity, and order. The prisons and other correctional facilities should consider these principles to enhance safety and quality of the correctional facilities. Nonetheless, correctional institutions like the prisons experience the challenge of managing inmates’ diversity and gender concerns. Particular challenge entails the management of the elderly inmates that require specialized attention. Instead of dispensing... the services alongside upholding everyone’s integrity and basic human rights, the current...
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Celebrity as a Public Norm
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...area for exploitation. Bentham's liberal individualism theories defines public interest is the gathering of the majority of individuals in the society. To minimize the pain and maximize the pleasure, it is ok... Topic: Celebrity as a Public Norm, Their Private Behaviour in the Realm of Public Content Case Scenario: 2 Hong Kong: 2 Media Paradox: 3 Dialectic of Enlightenment: 4 Public spaces: 5 Neo-liberalism View: 6 Social Formation: 7 Public & Private Boundary 8 Sennettism 11 Analysis of Others view: 14 Conflict of Law and Morality: 15 Positivism: 15 A principle, according to Dworkin, is: 16 Professor Harts: 16 Conclusion: 19 Bibliography: 20 Order#: 219775 Language Style: English UK Grade: 1st cla...
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Preservation of Green Spaces in Urban Areas
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...public to take advantage of the failure thereby resulting to misuse of the green space. Weak governance system would also mean inadequacy in laws, policies, and statutes that govern the use of, interaction with and management of the green areas. Preservation of green spaces and any aspect of the environment, usually, call for the need to have a competent, legitimate, and responsible management system. A system without which there may not be an efficient system of conservation... Preservation of Green Spaces in Urban Areas Introduction Environmental degradation is a global concern of the current century. Humans have manipulated their natural surroundings for long to suit their unmatched socio-economic...
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Public health science slp 15
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...Public Health Officer. Their goals are to identify public health hazards and reduce the risk of environmental factors that result in pollution and undesirable conditions that can lead to disease transmission. Most Environmental Professionals sub specialize in one of the following areas: Reducing Air, water, soil, noise, or radiation pollution Protecting the food supply Improving safety in public schools, public areas, and workplaces Ensuring safe living conditions in housing Promoting public health by identifying hazards4 Prevention is a key to environmental health work with education, research and improved public policy employed to make the world a cleaner... SLP 1. Identify two health professions and ...
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Lack of Quality Education in Urban Areas
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...Public Education, 2011). As programs such as these begin to combine resources and double their efforts, urban education can be in good hands once again. It will take, however, an entire community effort in order to realize this vision and ambitious objective. It should be said that the endemic problem owed to a lack of quality educational opportunities in urban areas is not limited to those students identifying themselves as black. The problem is currently plaguing members of various cultural groups in urban school districts across the country. In fact, it is now noticeable that the gap in academic achievement between those... Lack of Quality Education in Urban Areas...
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Public Policing Vs Private Security Comparison Paper
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...public police alone may not be able to provide the enhanced safety and security that many environments demand. Security professionals, not meaning to replace the public police, do have a great role to play in the safety and security of the community, especially in privately owned public places. Industry standards must be formalized invoking best practices for security practitioners to achieve the professional standards in safety. As a result, the citizens may receive an enhanced security in the public areas. It also helps in bringing out the professionalism existing in both the public and private police services. As an essential element of policy regarding policing, the law requires... ? Public Policing...
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Cities have the right to ban smoking in public
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...public interest if the government did not take appropriate actions. This ban may also be beneficial to the smoker. Boyle et al (2010), postulate that the ban encourages the smokers to quit because they will smoke in only restricted areas. Reduced smoking will reduce the above mentioned diseases significantly and even mitigate the spiraling health care costs. In the year 2009, in light of the public smoking ban in Colorado, reports indicate that there was a 41% drop in heart attacks (Haber, 2010). However, other findings indicate that an individual under pressure such as the smoking ban is more... ? Topic: Cities Have the Right to Ban Smoking in Public. Introduction: Humans have different cultures and...
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(Aviation) Safety Areas at the Airport
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...Areas at the Airport Unit Lecturer: SAFETY AREAS AT THE AIRPORT Introduction The Public safety areas and pieces of land at the end of the runway at the airport have to be kept as secure as possible. The airport management has to develop restriction so as to control the number of individuals on the ground at the airport (Khalafallah, 2006). This will reduce the number of people exposed to the jeopardy of injury or even loss of life should an accident happen to an aircraft while landing or taking- off. The airport administration has implemented the public safety zone policy at the airport. The policy is based on the model work that was carried out using accidental data in order to determine... Safety...
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Public Policy
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...public sector companies to be accountable for their operational activities. By implementing the concept of performance measurement in this regard, public sector organizations and must be committed to continuous development and improvement in standards of service delivery (Moore, 1995). Such practices in the government sector have mitigated and hugely minimized social crimes such as bribery, extortion, and patronage and can also occur in the context of other functional areas Huge emphasis on results As stated by Lonsdale (1999), the implementation of public management has resulted in a need for special emphasis on results...
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PUB 5473 Public Budgeting Online Fall 2013
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...public areas to which limited resources should be allotted. According to Aaron Wildavsky, a preeminent expert, a budget is: “a prediction of expenses; the link between financial resources and human behavior in order to accomplish policy objectives; a representation in monetary terms of governmental activity; a record of the outcomes of the struggle over political preferences; and "attempts to allocate scarce financial resources through political processes in order to realize disparate visions of the good life." (Wildavsky, Caiden, and Kettl, 2003) In addition to budget also performs the accountability function and makes people aware of how their tax dollars... Introduction For the purpose of this...
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PUB 5473 Public Budgeting Online Fall 2013
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...public areas to which limited resources should be allotted. According to Aaron Wildavsky, a preeminent expert, a budget is: “a prediction of expenses; the link between financial resources and human behavior in order to accomplish policy objectives; a representation in monetary terms of governmental activity; a record of the outcomes of the struggle over political preferences; and "attempts to allocate scarce financial resources through political processes in order to realize disparate visions of the good life." (Wildavsky, Caiden, and Kettl, 2003) In addition to budget also performs the accountability function and makes people aware of how their tax dollars are put... ?Introduction For the purpose of...
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Should there be a world-wide smoking ban in public places
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...public places? "Many people believe that smoking is harmful and socially unacceptable in today's society. On the other side of the argument, it's a person's right to be allowed to smoke freely, not to be dictated to by legislation and public pressure. It helps people relax, provides income for governments through taxes that contribute in many ways to the public purse". Introduction In the United States alone, it is estimated that almost 45 million people- or 21% of the adult population, smokes on a regular basis. The majority of these citizens do not only smoke in the privacy of their homes but also in public areas. The second hand smoke that this creates... ?Should there be a world-wide smoking ban in...
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Public policy
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...Public policies are very important part of administrative processes that are intended to improve and improvise welfare programs of government in various areas of public interests. The major aim of the public policy is to solve the problems of the people that have significant impact on the quality of their lives (Dye, 2008). In the last several years, American system of government has used public opinion and their actions and reactions on salient issues of public interest to evolve or reform policies. The reforms in labor laws and recognition to labor unions, tax reforms, healthcare,...
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Public Adminstration
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...Public means the citizens of a given area-the people of a town, county, state, or country. If an issue is considered in the public domain, information and discourse about that issue are available to the people and can be known to all. The word 'public' also refers to activities the state administers on behalf of the entire community" (Rouse & Berkley, 2003, pg. 4). Rouse and Berkley also let readers know that serving the people is the job of public administrators. "Organized collectives of citizens constitute a variety of public communities in the United States." These include... Public Administration Introduction Understanding the concept of public administration and what it means to Americans is...
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Public Relations
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...Public Relations Job hunting is a rigorous process entailing the searching of resources online for the requirements for a resume and a cover letter. Before one hunts for a job, he sets a plan describing the various steps undertaken to ensure a successful job hunt. The first step is determining the career area of the job hunt (Culver, 2012). One searches for the various organizations that offer the job and their market positions. A job-hunter then researches the services offered, the requirements for job applications and the geographical location of the organization. In the searching process, it is important to know other personalities sharing the same skills and experience one... Forum Post in...
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Outline West Lafayette's (IN) new smoking ban for us
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...public places. Thesis Statement: The West Lafayette smoking ban promotes good public health, applies to almost all public areas, and is enforceable by significant fines. Introduction: I. Attention getter: If you used to worry about getting cancer from the secondhand smoke drifting around your favorite hangout, well worry no more because the recently enacted Ordinance No. 8-06 bans smoking in almost all public areas. II. Relevance statement: The law will impact everybody's life and will be of great interest to everyone whether they smoke... or are a nonsmoker. III. Credibility Statement: I have researched the effects of secondhand smoke, read a copy of the recently enacted ordinance,...
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Public Opinion
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...areas. Therefore public opinion has become a valuable aspect of governance. In this case the evolution of technology and more democratic forms of govern which has kept the upholding of the right of individual has seen a dramatic evolution in giving of information to all people. One of the recent developments in the public opinion arena has been the opinion polls that have been used to give various information or views of the public on certain issues. They have been successful use in political pundits, market researches, national government agendas, and in other areas. Sociologists have relied on opinion polls in order to determine... PUBLIC OPINION DOES NOT EXIST' (PIERRE BOURDIEU) Introduction In the ...
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Public Relations
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...publicity, which has amounted to doubts being raised about how BP handles its industrial accidents. With the aim to correct this negative publicity, the organization is bound to build a mutual co-existence with the locals in the areas that the company operates. Secondly, the company should employ compensation measures as a public relations strategy and focus on enhancing its internal organizational image, that is to say, how the workers view and feel about the company (Seitel, 2010). BP’s public relations measures from the organizational perspective . In order to maintain positive working... ? Public Relations s 13th May Public Relations Introduction According to Illia et al. , public relations refer to...
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Public Health
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...areas inhabited by population with lower living standards. The term was also used in 19th century when epidemiologist John Snow realised that the outbreak of infectious diseases such as cholera was a result of environment. He pointed out that the water pump in London town contributed to cholera outbreak and closing it will be solution (Turnock, 2008). Public Health Based on the definition of public health, it requires different aspects to be achieved so as to accomplish its meaning. Some of the aspects underlined in the definition of public health are prevention of diseases, prolonging life and promotion... Public health Public health is thought to have emerged in 1800s as a result of the outbreak of...
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Public anthropology
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...Public Anthropology Book Review Public anthropology focuses on potential activities that can bring potential change to the world such as culture. This kind of anthropology work can result to institutional accountability that can facilitate transparency and believe in both political and social matters of a nation. Public anthropology encourages high-level understanding that helps people appreciate pressing challenges from a deeper and broader perspective. However, people in the modern world remain unaware of the above-mentioned potential advantages that public anthropology can bring into their lives. Therefore, this book review will resolve to bring about the importance and relevance... Book Review Public ...
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