- Whether or not you agree or disagree with the policy position of “medicare for all” – please discuss the
implications of expanded health care coverage that is more accessible for all on vocational development.
Please be sure to define what you mean by vocational development.
- Do you agree or disagree with the notion that emerging adults are a vulnerable population? Provide a
rationale for your position based on readings and discussion in this course.
- In what way, if any, do you think the notion that there is a typology of personality types that are more or less
congruent with occupational settings (Holland’s theory) might be useful to mental health counselors. Be sure
your answer reflects your knowledge about Holland’s theory and its limitations.
- If you could modify the advice – “find your passion”, how would you modify it based on class readings,
discussion, and your own personal experience.
- Why is the notion of project a potentially valuable construct for mental health counselors
- Why is the construct of “decent work” so significant in the psychology of working theory
expediated by internal or speech act and by external or contextual factors, it’s a process between the social capital of the main person or organisation and the nature of the threat. (Buzan et al 1998) For example, refugees in the past were not considered a security threat instead was seen as a humanity issue but now they are considered a security threat; through the naming process they are considered a security issue therefore, political communities will have to respond within their community. The study of security has changed drastically since the end of the end of the Cold War. A multipolar world developed so the idea of securitization was seen in a different way, security was no longer presented as national defence. (Wolfers, 1952) Security initially had a traditional narrow state-centric and military meaning to it, but the Copenhagen School rejected this meaning following the Cold War, they replaced the old meaning with a “constructivist thinking”, by developing the concept by considering the threats and socially and politically constructed. (McDonald, 2008) The important feature of the constructivist thinking is the referent object – the person or object that is under threat-, the securitising actor, the one who decides to label an issue a threat through discourse starts a “securitising move”. (Weaver, 1995) Therefore the Copenhagen School analyses the meaning of security by unveiling the politicised ‘nature’ of a security issue. The securitisation theory however, has faced many criticism, a weakness of the theory is that it appears to be “problematically narrow” (McDonald, 2008) The securitisation theory is said to be over focusing on discourse acts of securitising actors whose decisions are considered just; these securitising actors are political elites who take the decision of what actions are to be taken when there is a security issue (Neocleous & Rigakos, 2011) as opposed to the images or material practices that can speak security themselves. (Williams, 2011) Furthermore, by only focusing on a small section of the intercession it has been disregarded how security threats can be built through a certain representation. In reality, the securitisation theory appears to have strengthen the negative ideas of security into a commodity, which undermines the various socio-political backgrounds. (Gad and Peterson, 2011) Thus, it is required to point out critical highlights of “contextual factors” in changing practical and analytical dimensions of the securitisation theory to enhance the understanding of the elements which build security issues. Focusing on this issue, the second generation of the securitisation theory (Balzacq 2005) indicates how the Copenhagen School fails to manage the effect of the social setting on the process. Therefore, it is propelled an externalist reading of securitisation on the extent of arguing that social roles and relations are not fixed, and discourse acts are not performative of security. This, overhauls an all the more bewildering comprehension of securitisation to the extent of observing roles and importance as progr>GET ANSWER