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Published: Jun 17, 2020
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It’s about 3 different citizens speaking about their perspectives on vaccinations, whether they believe it should be mandatory or not to get yearly flu shots. Important because vaccines help prevent infections and viruses like influenza from spreading in our bodies, affecting not just one individual, but millions all around us.
1st citizen states that she should be the one to have the choice to take flu shots, and not to be forced to because it’s her body. 2nd citizen states that it should become mandatory for everyone to take vaccinations for the safety and well-being of everyone around them, especially like the elderly. 3rd citizen state that it should not be mandatory to take vaccinations, but also should be available to everyone. I agree with the 3rd citizen, because it's your life and decision to do what you like, and if you were to disagree at first but then agree afterwards, you should still have the availability to have the choice.
1st citizen focuses more on Individualism, stating how it’s in her self-interest if she wants vaccinations or not, how it's her right and how it’s her body if she wants the flu shot1st citizen sits is at a right wing position, as she clearly benefits just for herself, “it's my body, I decide”.
2nd citizen focuses more collectivism, as he wants to mutually benefit the society surrounding him, being a collective interest2nd citizen sits at a left wing, stating that it “must be made mandatory, can cause “chronic diseases”3rd citizen is more moderate, looking at the interests of both sides, shouldn’t be forced to someone and rather offered as a choice3rd citizen sits at the centre/moderate, talks about “should be made freely available to whoever want them”.
I believe that it's your choice to have the choice, where it shouldn’t be forced onto you and you should make your decision if you want the flu shot, which would also mean that it's your responsibility on what you decide to do. If you were to decide to eventually take the vaccinations, it should be freely offered, just like citizen 3 says.
In my opinion, I am a moderate, reason being is because i tend to look at both sides to a situation or a type of complex issue. For example, gun control. The Antiside believe that guns should be banned whatsoever because of the danger and impacts it has caused. The Pro side talks about how guns should still remain available to the public. With me being a moderate I would believe gun control should be allowed, with some weapon classes banned and tougher background checks on gun buyers. It's understandable on the fear that the public has with gun laws, but many people use guns for their protection, in order to protect their families from outer dangers.
Vaccinations has an issue within society, whether it should be mandatory or not to take flu shots, with 1 citizen saying it’s not important, the 2nd saying it should be a mandatory law to take vaccination, and the third citizen saying it’s the people’s choice, but should be available to everyone if needed.
My position is with the 3rd citizen, how to should not be forced onto someone who doesn’t want it, but should be offered just in case an individual changes his mind.
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