Social Welfare Policy Impacts Ageism Term Paper

Download this Term Paper in word format (.doc)

Note: Sample below may appear distorted but all corresponding word document files contain proper formatting

Excerpt from Term Paper:

" And a seven-year time limit was set for the states to approve so that the amendment could be ratified, and in 1982, it was found that it could not be approved because the number fell three short of the 38 needed for approval. Why did the ERA fail so miserably? What must be done to win? A Report issued by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission stated that the ERA would provide the constitutional guarantee of full citizenship for women, and would also treat men and women equally under the law, but this type of protection for women is yet to materialize. (The Struggle for the Equal Rights Amendment)

In the same way, when Scotland's First Minister Henry McLeish failed to provide free long-term care for his state's elderly, his entire administration came under threat. The Minister had in fact hinted that he would implement Sutherland's various recommendations on this care, and this in fact brought out the rift between Holyrod and Westminster, while just the day before, the state's Health Minister had announced a care package for the elderly, and this fell short of the universal free care for the elderly recommended by the commission. According to the Health Minister's recommendations, the elderly would receive free nursing and care, and would also cover those people suffering from dementia and other such disorders. (Elderly care puts Scots coalition at risk) The Social Welfare Policy is one Policy that is under consideration to improve the condition of the elderly in British Virgin Islands. (Social Welfare Policy in the British Virgin Islands) The American Psychological Association also has made attempts to pass certain policy statements on lesbian and gay issues, which would prevent discrimination of these groups. (APA Policy Statements on Lesbian and Gay Issues)

Bill was introduced in the House of Representatives, the United States of America, in March 2005, to be determined subsequently by the speaker of the House, for the purpose of establishing a living wage, jobs for all policy for all the people of the United States, and the Act would be called the 'A Living wage, Jobs for All Act'. The primary aim of this policy would be to help to promote the general welfare of the people of America, and also to encourage liberty for all, and it would promote better employment opportunities for everybody, as well as continuous training, for whoever desired to continue to work, health care would also be provided for all those deserving of it, and the Congress also states that it is the personal responsibility of each and every person to ensure that his health and well being are his sole responsibility, and that the elderly must be taken care of in an appropriate manner. If more such policies were to be passed, then the care of the elderly and the ageing would not be a problem or a burden on the country. (109th Congress 1st Session)


ADS Draft Multicultural Policy culturally appropriate aged care" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Age" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

APA Policy Statements on Lesbian and Gay Issues" Retrieved at Accessed on 8 August, 2005

Art History Club, Ageism" Retrieved at on 7 August, 2005

Bruen, Brian K; Wiener, Joshua M; Thomas, Seema. (November, 2003) "Medicaid

Eligibility Policy for aged, blind and disabled beneficiaries" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Continuum on becoming an anti-racist multi-cultural institution" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Elderly care puts Scots coalition at risk" Retrieved at,8108,427926,00.html. Accessed on 8 August, 2005

Equal Opportunities Policy" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Equal Rights Amendment" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Policy Debate: Does U.S. Immigration Policy Harm Domestic Workers?" Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

Scott, Kristy. (25 January, 2001) "The Struggle for the Equal Rights Amendment" Retrieved from Accessed on 8 August, 2005

Social Welfare Policy in the British Virgin Islands" Retrieved at Accessed on 8 August, 2005

Statement of Mark R. Meiners, PHD: Hearing on Issues Relating to Coordinated Care

Systems under Medicare" (29 April, 1997) Retrieved at Accessed on 7 August, 2005

109th Congress 1st Session" (2 March, 2005) Retrieved at Accessed on 8 August, 2005[continue]

Some Sources Used in Document:


Cite This Term Paper:

"Social Welfare Policy Impacts Ageism" (2005, August 08) Retrieved December 10, 2016, from

"Social Welfare Policy Impacts Ageism" 08 August 2005. Web.10 December. 2016. <>

"Social Welfare Policy Impacts Ageism", 08 August 2005, Accessed.10 December. 2016,

Other Documents Pertaining To This Topic

  • Aboriginal Elder Abuse Elder Abuse Is a

    Aboriginal Elder Abuse Elder abuse is a catch-all phrase that refers to a variety of ways by which caregivers and other people in power-positions relative to the elderly can mistreat them. Elder abuse includes, but is not limited to: physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, spiritual abuse financial abuse, abandonment and neglect. Elders refer to seniors, though the definition of senior can be fluid. In the general populations, seniors are generally

  • Elder Abuse Phenomenon Correlating Relationship

    126). Although there are an increasing number of elderly in the United States today with many more expected in the future, the study of elder abuse is of fairly recent origin. During the last three decades of the 20th century, following the "discovery" of child abuse and domestic violence, scholars and professionals started taking an active interest in the subject of elder abuse. This increased attention from the academic

  • Hispanics Groups in the United States While

    Hispanics Groups in the United States While many people speak of the Hispanic population, there really is not a single Hispanic population in the United States. The term Hispanic generically refers to Spanish-speakers. Therefore, there is a wide variety in the Hispanic people one may find in the United States. Therefore, this paper will examine four different Hispanic groups, Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, Cuban Americans, and South Americans. It will do so

  • UK Healthcare

    UK Healthcare Within this section of Chapter One, a historical perspective of NHS will be provided. This discussion will identify problem areas that have emerged in relation to NHS with an attempt made to address the manner in which such problems have historically influenced reform efforts. With the passage and associated provisions of the NHS Act of 1946, NHS was implemented in the UK in 1948. The NHS Act of 1946 served

  • Chinese American Women and Their Experiences

    Figure 1. Demographic composition of the United States (2003 estimate). Source: Based on tabular data in World Factbook, 2007 (no separate listing is maintained for Hispanics). From a strictly percentage perspective, it would seem that Asian-Americans do not represent much of a threat at all to mainstream American society, but these mere numbers do not tell the whole story of course. For one thing, Asian-Americans are one of the most diverse and

Read Full Term Paper
Copyright 2016 . All Rights Reserved