Positive and Negative Impact of Managed Care on the Health Care System in the United States by ikc74219

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									Problems Relating to Family, Sex, and Gender

 Should Abusive Parents Be Put in Jail?

Problems Relating to Education and Youth

 Should Schools Teach Moral Values?
 Are Standardized Tests Good Measures of Academic Ability or Progress?
 Do Home Schooled Children Get Adequate Educations?
 Should Classes Be Offered to Non-English Speaking Students in Their Own
  Language?
 Is grade Inflation a Problem in American Schools?
 Will Spending More Money On Schools Improve Educational Achievement?
 Will Raising Standards for Teachers Improve Educational Achievement?

Problems Relating to Health and Medicine

 Have Doctors and the Health Care Industry Become Too Powerful?
 Has Managed Care Been Good for American Health Care?
 Does America Need a National Health Care System or Insurance Program?
 Should Doctors Be Required to Release the Names of Patients Who Test Positive for
  AIDS?
 Should Nursing Homes Be Paid More to Improve Quality of Care?
 Should Genetic Engineering, Cloning, and Other Forms of Genetic Medicine Be
  Pursued?


Problems Relating to The Mass Media and Technology

   Does TV Violence Increase Violent Crime?
   Should Sexually Explicit Material Be Allowed on Television?
   Do Corporations and Other Powerful Groups Control What Is on TV?
   Should the Internet Be Restricted and Regulated?
   Is Technology Making Us More Alienated, Less Sociable, and Less Human?
   Does the Media Have a Liberal Bias?


Problems Relating to Stratification and Inequality

   Is Racism a Problem in Contemporary America?
   Are Gender Differences in Pay Understandable?
   Are the Aged Discriminated Against?
   Do Men Do Their Share Of the Work At Home?
Problems Relating to Work and the Economy

 Should American Workers Be Concerned About Sexual Harassment in the
  Workplace?
 Is Automation of the Workplace Beneficial to Workers?
 Should Employers Be Allowed to Do Random Drug Testing?
 Is the Opening of Global Markets Good for the Average American?
 Can/Should Social Security Be Saved?


Problems Relating to Politics and Government

   Is American Democracy in Decline?
   Should the Electoral College Be Eliminated?
   Is the Two Party System Beneficial to American Democracy?
   Will Campaign Finance Reform Improve the American Political Process?


Problems Relating to Drugs, Tobacco, and Alcohol

   Should Drug Users Be Incarcerated?
   Should People With Multiple DUIs Have Their Licenses Suspended?
   Is Prescription Drug Abuse a Problem in America?
   Should Cigarettes Be Restricted or Outlawed?


Problems Relating to Crime and Deviance

   Should Violent Youth Offenders Be Tried As Adults?
   Does Gun Control Reduce Crime?
   Should Police Have More Freedom to Enforce the Law?
   Is Incarceration the Answer to the Crime Problem?


Problems Relating to Population, Urbanization, and the Environment

   Should City Growth Be Restricted and Controlled?
   Has the Environmental Movement Gone Too Far?
   Should America Expand Its Use of Nuclear Energy?
   Should Businesses Be Required to Use Environmentally Friendly Technologies?
 Should newspaper reporters be required to reveal their sources?
 Should parents and other interested citizens censor textbooks and other literature for
  children in schools?
 Where and how, if at all, should sex education be conducted?
 Should homosexuals be permitted to serve in the armed forces?
 Have the large salaries of professional athletes had a negative impact on the athletes
  or the sports?
 Do certain children's toys create social or emotional or other problems?
 Does society have an obligation to protect privacy as a basic individual right?
 Should sex and violence on television or in the movies be restricted?
 To what extent does the private life and private morality of a public figure affect his
  or her ability to serve the public interest?
 What types of regulations of smoking in public places should the legal system
  impose?
 Do "beauty" contests (Mr. America, Miss America, etc.) serve any purpose in
  society?
 Should children be required to attend school past the age of sixteen?
 Should a rating system be required for song lyrics?
 What role should the federal government take in dealing with the problem of AIDS,
  homelessness, or other widespread social, medical, and economical problems (pick
  only one problem for a focus)?
 Should tobacco companies be held responsible for smoking-related illnesses and
  deaths?
 Should juvenile offenders be tried and punished as adults?
 Should racial profiling be a legitimate law-enforcement policy in some areas?
 Should Christmas, Easter, and other religious observances be considered national
  holidays?
 How do certain television programs perpetuate racial or ethnic stereotypes?
 Should the American government pay reparations and return land to Native
  Americans?
 Should hate groups have the right to distribute literature on university campuses?
 William Shakespeare: was this man the author of famous plays and sonnets?
 Black magic… does it actually exist?
 Major sources of stress.
 Election falsification: is it commonly used, and what are its main techniques?
 Genetic engineering and your point of view on it.
 Stem cell researches.
 Do some researches on techniques of brainwashing.
 Did the 11 September 2001 attack on the World trade Center justify the attack on
  Iraq?
 Do you think that Public Surveillance Technology will make your city safer or just
  invade your privacy?
 The Western Countries make a great deal out of 'Free Speech Rights'. So then, was it
  right to jail David Irving for questioning the existence of the Holocaust?
 If it is alright for the Danish Cartoonists to mock Mohamed, why is it horrendous for
  the Iranian Cartoonists to mock the Holocaust?
 Will implementing Gun Control laws help? Will they bring down the crime level? Or
  simply make it difficult for people to defend themselves?
 Does the Death Sentence have a negative effect on our social fabric? Why? Wouldn't
  it be a positive thing in fact to have all the rapists, pedophiles, and murderers taken
  out?
 If you are a Pro-Life person, how can you still eat meat?
 If you are willing to foist your moral opinions on other people, are you as willing to
  take personal responsibility for those? How have you done it so far?
 Is the Quota/Reservation System in India really going to bring about social equality?
  Wouldn't it be better to implement a quota by economic standards instead of caste?
 Do you think Iran scored a considerable political point recently with the arrest and
  subsequent release of the 15 British sailors? Have you noted the difference between
  their treatment and the treatment meted out to the Prisoners at Abu Ghraib and
  Guantanamo?
 What does the existence of places like Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo say about the
  democratic and freedom-loving principles of the United States?
 Should certain breeds of dogs, like the Pit Bull for example, be banned?

								
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