Ntitlement Programs and the handicaps that go along with having them

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You may think, for instance, that you have a right to health care. After all, Hillary said so, didnt she? But you cannot receive health care unless some doctor or health practitioner surrenders some of his time his life to you. He may be willing to do this for compensation, but thats his choice. You have no Rightto his time or property. You have no right to his or any other persons life or to any portion thereof.The Church of the Painful Truth

write a concise, critical paper that explains the dynamics of one specific social problem. That problem is how Welfare and other entitlement programs and how they give no incentive for people to work hard. Such as women who apply for welfare because they have kids and dont have to tell the government who the father is and how that hurts the family and how that cycle continues whit there kids. Doctors dont sepnd as much time with patients on medicade b/c they dont make as much money. How the entitlement programs cover half of our taxes and people who actually work hard have to support the lazy. This also gives less incentive for people to make more money b/c the goverment will support them if they dont chose to work.


A critical review of a social problem has 4 main goals; write the review with these goals in mind:

To acquire an awareness of a major social problem of current concern in one area of contemporary social life.
To develop expertise with regard to that specific problem as it currently exists
To articulate divergent views on the social problem
After demonstrating your expertise in your chosen problem, to present your views as to how the problem will develop or be resolved in the future.

critical review of a social problem typically has the following outline:

1. Title Page-Title of paper, name of author, institutional affiliation

IntroductionA brief summary of social problem under investigation. Why is it a social problem?
Review of relevant research: what is known about this problem? What does the literature say? (a minimum of SIX sources are required. They must be cited in a consistent format, including page numbers when material is paraphrased or quoted)
At least two should be scholarly sociological references, for example, professional sociological journal articles or sociologically relevant book
At least one secondary source reference, for example summary statistics relating to your social problem
Other resources-can be (e.g., Time, Newsweek, New York Times, News and Observer) or a reputable website (e.g., EXPLAIN using course concepts. Identify SOCIOLOGICAL points of view on this subject (e.g., structural functional versus conflict or symbolic interactionist paradigms (see Crone or Introductory Sociology Text). You may also use person blame versus system blame (Eitzen and Baca Zinn Chapter 1).
Discussion. Based on your expertise, present your views as to how the problem will develop or be resolved in the future:
How do you foresee the social problem developing in the future?
How should it be resolved?
References List Use American Sociological Association (ASA) style. See above (#3) for the description of appropriate sources.
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