After watching/reading the play “A Raisin in the Sun” Have you ever known someone like the mother in the play? How does the personal experience of your life affect the way in which you….
ETHICS OF PUBLIC HEALTH POLICIES.
ETHICS OF PUBLIC HEALTH POLICIES
Write a 4-page essay in which you address the following 2 parts:
Discuss the meaning of the following 3 ethical theories/principles to public health.
** Must provide recent examples within the “field of public health” which are consistent or inconsistent with these 3 principles:
– Distributive Justice
Carter, Entwistle, & Little (2015) wrote:
“Our analysis suggests a better response to nanny-state accusations. This involves acknowledging the normative significance of paternalism, critiquing the libertarian conception of autonomy entailed in nanny-state accusations, presenting the relational alternative, and explaining how public health interventions can positively support the self-determination, self-governance and self-authorization that are necessary for autonomy.”
What does this statement mean? Provide arguments for or against this viewpoint.
**Requires APA format, sources cited, 4 pages
Carter, S. M., Entwistle, V. A., & Little, M. (2015). Relational conceptions of paternalism: A way to rebut nanny-state accusations and evaluate public health interventions. Public Health, 129(8), 1021-1029.
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