Influences on Public Health Response

In a free society, social justice is the central core to the field of public health. It evaluates and accounts for equitable distribution of public health merits and advocates for sharing of common burdens (Gostin & Powers, 2006). Globally, public health faces common inequality barriers, and in some cases, its progress is hindered by differences in value of individual liberty, economics, politics, religion, morals and ethical standards. The associated cost of blind sight to the barriers expand into a multitude wave of warehouse of neglects, which in turn creates a surge in societal menace and public health hazard. Unfortunately, public health policies are not far from stigmatization. The stigma surrounding some of the public health policies is based on social structures, religion, and morals values, which can lead to a structured Pygmalion society, a phenomenon in which high expectation leads to better performance or the Golem effect, a phenomenon in

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