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SOC 490 - Week 4 - DQ 1 - Ramifications of a Solution.doc

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Date Created: 11/13/15
SOC 490 Week 4 DQ 1 Rami cations of a Solution If the key issue that you are researching were solved what would be the historical psychological ethical and social rami cations of this solution How would the course of history change if this issue were resolved How would the group psychology of the population you are studying change or how would it need to change in order to solve the problem How would the ethical relationships within this group or surrounding this group change if this key issue were resolved And nally what would be the rami cations in society at large if there was a resolution to this key issueproblem Would these be positive or negative Both Response The current research on alcohol as related to suicide indicates the numbers are increasing This is a serious problem Since this is already a historical problem I believe by proving the numbers are increasing steadily or quickly the key issue is alarming The group behavior I observe would depend on the types of establishments I choose to observe Depression is a major affective disorder Alcohol worsens this condition Zimmerman McGlinchey Chelminski amp Young 2006 In small middle class towns there are many bars Having owned one I know each town has a speci c limit on liquor licenses The area I purchased a bar is very MennoniteAmish There are only three liquor licenses in play The area I grew up in the next town over hadhas bars too many to count Demographics are a major concern when purchasing those businesses with liquor licenses However because these towns have different 39townships while they appear to have many bars the township lines is what differentiates the numbers Additionally many neighborhoods have fought and won to remove such nuisances from their neighborhoods Prohibition did not work and never will Therefore if the issue of alcohol as related to suicide increases substantially I believe there should be a review of the numbers of bars in certain radiuses re ective of research statistics Ethically I question what the relationships of the people observe is Having owned a bar l have learned the relationships are usually established with others in that setting only People become known as quotbar ysquot In my experience most customers would lend a helping hand within the setting however their private lives are not part of their bar social life I cannot think of any negative rami cations of a review and limit to neighborhood establishments except to the establishment itself I also believe many people in my chosen agegroup need support for depression and do not know where to go Many people that are depressed may be home drinking alcohol stewing over things If a person is depressed I would want to reach out to them and give them support andor help them to nd support and positive groups to associate with positive behaviors Reference Zimmerman McGlinchey Chelminski amp Young 2006 Diagnosing major depressive disorder V Applying the DSMIV exclusion criteria in clinical practice Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 1947 530533


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