medicalization of inequality dominant medical discourse The social construction

Medicalization of inequality dominant medical

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medicalization of inequality; dominant medical discourse The social construction of health The social determinants of heath The social model of health – eg sustainability; heath literacy Social injustice/ inequality Social difference,stigma and privilege Violence and harm It will not be possible to define and discuss all these ideas in every way, so do think carefully about what you think needs to be focused on. There are other ideas discussed by the authors you may wish to include in your essay. Remember the lecture notes have covered these ideas as well. Addressing the Marking Criteria Briefly the assessment requires you to: 1. Show you understand the main points of the 3 readings 2. Show you can explore them using critical analysis 3. Present your own thinking that is critically focussed, iea questioning approach of dominant ideas that is aware of power inequalities … 4. Use at least 5 other references to support your claims, and strong use of the Germov (2014/2018) text 5. Construct an essay according to academic protocols – see detail in Course Outline. Note: 3
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You will need to access other references from the course and elsewhere to back up your claims about the 3 required readings – ie at least 5references and this can include strong use of the Germov (2018) text. You can use lecture notes provided you adequately reference them and the reference is not available in the provide e reserve materials. If the lecture notes are quoting someone you need to reference it as such. Thus, for comments by the lecturer: - In text/paper (Ross, 2020 slide 6) - End of text/paper Ross, D 2020, ‘Social difference and health’, lecture notes, Week 4, USC. And for citing another source used by the lecturer: - In Text (Thomson cited by Ross, 2020 slide 6) - End of text Ross, D 2020, ‘Social difference and health’, lecture notes, Week 4, USC. Best wishes Dyann January 2020 4
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