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Lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of women’s unpaid labor in Australia , analyze which strategy you think has the most potential to improve the health of the children in this community, and why?

Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Turning public issues into private troubles: Lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of women’s unpaid labor in Australia , The Unfair Trade-off Globalization and the Export of Ecological Hazards and The Coming Health Crisis (Links to an external site.) articles, and pages 7-25 of the Fuel for Life: Household Energy and Health (Links to an external site.) report.Making explicit use of these readings, respond to the following bullets:Explain what it means in Turning public issues into private troubles: Lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of women’s unpaid labor in Australia when they say that the strategy promoted by the public health authorities for smelter towns in the Australian location turns a public issue into a private family matter.Of the activist strategies described in Turning public issues into private troubles: Lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of women’s unpaid labor in Australia , analyze which strategy you think has the most potential to improve the health of the children in this community, and why?Compare the “trash for cash” state policy described in The Unfair Trade-off Globalization and the Export of Ecological Hazards with the state policy described in Turning public issues into private troubles: Lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of women’s unpaid labor in Australia in terms of exploitation of people based on factors such as class, gender, age, and ethnicity.How do the policies in both locations exploit the least powerful members of society in the communities?Apply the concept of exploitation of the less powerful to either the Improving Indoor Air Quality for Poor Families: A Controlled Experiment in Bangladesh or The Coming Health Crisis articles.