Canadian Community As Partner: Theory & Multidisciplinary by Ardene Robinson, Ph.D. Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson,

By Ardene Robinson, Ph.D. Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane

Rev. ed. of: Canadian group as associate / Ardene Robinson Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane. 2d ed. c2008.

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Health problems may affect certain groups more than others. However, the solution to these problems involves changing social values and structures. It is the responsibility of the society as a whole to take care of all its members. The health of individuals and groups is a combined result of their own health practices and the impact of the physical and social environments in which they live, learn, work, pray, and play. There is an interaction among people and their surroundings. Settings, consisting of places and things, have a physical and psychological impact on people’s health.

Rule Ethics or Ethical Principlism Rule ethics were developed in the 18th and 19th centuries during the Enlightenment period, an intellectual movement that celebrated the power and value of individual human reason. Until this time, early virtue ethics were predominant and emphasized the importance of a good upbringing, education, and mentors in the development of character and moral judgment. Virtue ethics smacked of social privilege and advantages available only to upper class. During the Enlightenment era, individuals claimed the right to think for themselves, work for themselves, and govern themselves ( Volbrecht, 2002).

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