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Unformatted text preview: Jasmine Hill BLS 465 Assignment #8- Rites of Passage The situation with Cephas is both sad and frustrating. It is hard to be mad at a man who is trying to be so kind but it is also extremely difficult to deal with all of the backlashes from the government and others involved in the situation. There were many people who were involved in dealing with Cephas who could have handled the situation differently. As easy as it is to say what should have been done, one must also consider that all of the stipulations and requirements that had been set up for the welfare system were there for a reason. First, the woman at the front desk could have taken an extra second to hear what Cephas had to say and it would have saved a lot of time. She could have immediately gotten ahold of Mr. Morrissey and he could have started to deal with the situation several hours in advance. There were several initial questions that Cephas was asked (such as are you currently disabled) that should have provided for a chance for the woman to ask him what he was really doing there. This should have provided for a chance for the woman to ask him what he was really doing there....
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BLS 465 taught by Professor Herron during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.
- Fall '11