As the 2020 election cycle ramps up, voters can expect a flurry of targeted advertisements fueled by big data on their doorsteps, inboxes and social media feeds. While microtargeting based on demographic information is not a new trend in campaign strategy, campaigns traditionally relied on analyzing voter behavior within broader categories such as age or gender before big data was easily accessible.
Taxpayer should not have to finance the medical costs of people who engage in unhealthy behaviors.
Question: Taxpayer should not have to finance the medical costs of people who engage in unhealthy behaviors (e.g., Cigarette smoking, unprotected sex, overeating). Agree or disagree? Explain your answer.
*****I agree that taxpayers should NOT have to finance the medical costs of people who engage in unhealthy behaviors.
The goal of this paper is to simply explain why I agree using two sources cited properly in APA style
You can use chapters 1-4 from the textbook below:
1 Health in a Changing Society
2 Your Family Health History
3 Mental Health and Stress
The text book we are using for this course is:
Title: Your Health Today: Choices in a Changing Society, Brief
Author: Michael L. Teague; Sara Mackenzie; David Rosenthal
Paper is due today by 9PM.