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    What are they historical background impacted to their health?

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    – Segregation – Gave birth in tin sheds – Stolen Generation – taken from medical facilities – Scientists – multiple research and no feedbackdefinition

    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
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    Define discrimination​

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    Any form of distinction, exclusion or restriction affecting a person, usually, bot not only, by virtue of inherent personal characteristics​ -Treatment taken toward or against a person of a certain group in consideration based solely on class or category. -Actual behaviour towards another group. It involves excluding or restricting members of one group from opportunities that are available to other groupsdefinition

    • Vulnerable people in marginalised groups & health related issues
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    What​ is globalisation?

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    #Political, social, economic and cultural developments #The spread of multinational companies #Information and technology #The role of international agencies (that result in people’s lives being increasingly influenced by global, rather than national or local factors)definition

    • Globalisation, migration and Indigenous people's health
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    Atkins and Murphy (1983) believe that there are specific cognitive and affective skills needed to participate in reflection. Ascertain the meaning of the words, “cognitive” and “affective”. What are the main differences in the meanings?

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    Cognitive : involving or relating to cognition. Pertaining to the ,mental processes of perception, awareness, memory, judgement and reasoning. Affective: Influenced by or resulting from the emotions Atkins and Murphy: Self-awareness allows a person to honestly examine how the situation affects the individual and how the individual affects the situation. Description includes the ability to observe, recollect, and describe aspects of an experience and then to communicate these aspects verbally or in writing. Critical analysis involves being able to examine a situation, identify existing knowledge, challenge assumptions, and envision and explore options. Synthesis involves the integration of previous with new knowledge, and evaluation allows judgments to be made about a situation according to established criteria and standards. Emotions and intuition also involves reflective thought before decision making. Emotions can be divided in receiving: This refers to the learner’s sensitivity to the existence of stimuli – awareness, willingness to receive, or selected attention. responding: This refers to the learners’ active attention to stimuli and his/her motivation to learn – acquiescence, willing responses, or feelings of satisfaction. valuing:This refers to the learner’s beliefs and attitudes of worth – acceptance, preference, or commitment. An acceptance, preference, or commitment to a value. Organisation: This refers to the learner’s internalization of values and beliefs involving the conceptualization of values; and the organization of a value system. As values or beliefs become internalized, the learner organizes them according to priority. Characterization: the Internalization of values. This refers to the learner’s highest of internalization and relates to behavior that reflects a generalized set of values; and a characterization or a philosophy about life. At this level the learner is capable of practicing and acting on their values or beliefs.definition

    • HLSC120 emodule 1
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    Define culture

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    - a design of living • the values, beliefs, behaviour, practices and material objects that constitute people’s way of life​. • The ideas, customs, and social behaviour of a particular people or societydefinition

    • Society, culture and health
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