What is social change? How does it relate to health care? On a micro level? On a macro level?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 10:13 am ad1c9bdddf
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1. On Social Change - 100 words
2. Applied to health care from macro and micro levels - 150 words
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Social Change: Health Care
What is social change? Moffitt (2015) describes social change as the, "transformation of culture and social institutions over time." Thus it can be positive or negative. Essentially, what is practiced or what is in place in social systems - government, schools, communities, nations, countries - all forms of social agencies and encompassing all social agents - they can change and can be subjected to processes and elements that lead to transformation so that what was is replaced or is revamped or reconstructed to be something else (i.e. a change in government, a change in ideologies, a change in ...
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Healthcare problems in the United States
Healthcare is among the most pressing problems currently facing the United States. The Interactive Reading and the video clip "Chambliss: Major Current Topic."
a. Describe the current healthcare situation in the United States. Be very specific.
b. Explain the ways in which a sociologist might provide information and analysis in helping to address the crisis. Again, be specific.
c. As a sociologist, what would be the first thing you would do in terms of research to contribute to solving the healthcare crisis if you were given a grant to fund your research activities?