Mental Health as Social Responsibility

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tyler junior college
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Mental Health as Social Responsibility
MJ Rivers
Department of Learning Framework, Tyler Junior College
EDUC 1300-172: Learning Framework
Professor Allen
April 10, 2022
Mental Health as Social Responsibility
Social responsibility is the duty that each civilian must uphold within their communities
that ultimately in the end, benefits each or most of the individuals in the community. In the
article “Social Responsibility and Ethics” published by Pachamama Alliance the definition of
social responsibility is “Social responsibility is an ethical theory in which individuals are
accountable for fulfilling their civic duty, and the actions of an individual must benefit the
whole of society. In this way, there must be a balance between economic growth and the
welfare of society and the environment. If this equilibrium is maintained, then social
responsibility is accomplished.” (SITE) Social responsibility is the doing of the civilians in a
community and the outcomes it has on the other civilians in this society.
An example of social responsibility is engaging in conversations and discussions
revolving around difficult topics. Some of these topics could be race, citizenship, or mental

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