HLSC 120: Society, Culture And Health UNIT Outline

Register to read the introduction… Changes in contemporary Australian society, culture and health from world globalising processes:  global capitalism  voluntary and forced migration  multiculturalism  electronic communication and technology  health issues related to social changes 2. Cultural diversity in Australia and the impact on provision of health care:  cultural identity  values and beliefs  cultural sensitivity  cultural safety  changing family forms  alternative healing systems 3. Social constructions of health and illness in diverse cultures:  diverse frameworks for health and illness o bio-medical constructions of health and illness o social determinants of health o compliance with therapeutic recommendations o non-systemic health care . home and family care . women’s roles in caring . mutual aid and self-help groups  health and wellness 4. Health care systems –  Australian health care system  issues that shape distribution of health resources (e.g., race, power, social status)  multinational patterns of ownership of health organisations  private health care  public health care  primary health care 5. Vulnerable people in marginalised groups and health related issues  socio-historical-political contexts  marginalised groups – (e.g., migrants/refugees, homeless people, people with disabilities, socially and economically disadvantaged people)  stigma  health-related issues of vulnerable people in marginalised groups  the role of the health care …show more content…
Provides facilitator and students before seminar with an A4 sheet containing The reference list (APA format) of the resources (incl. citations on PP slides and/or OHTs), and [2] An outline of the Seminar in dot point form with intent citations to acknowledge the origins of the ideas expressed. [2] 15. Provides facilitator with one page of written information from each individual presenter including references and handout of PP slides beforehand (if used) [2] 16. Provides signed Minutes, Planning and Participant Sheet and ACU Cover Sheet. [2] 50 marks = 25% Assessor’s Comments: Signature: Date: Final Grade …show more content…
Be sure to specifically identify and discuss at least two of Willis' factors in your analysis and make them relevant to your experiences.

Step 3: (600 words; use two academic sources – one from your textbook + one from the eModule) Next, identify and cite one of the readings, articles or videos from the eModule and discuss how this resource helps you to expand and deepen your original reflections on this topic. Remember to relate the information from this resource back to the factors from the sociological imagination template.

Step 4: (1000 words; use at least 4 new academic/literature sources) Now, building upon your reflections in the previous steps, answer the original question you identified in Step 1, using at least four academic sources (e.g. journal articles, research reports) to support your answer. Locate these academic sources through your own information search.

Step 5: (200 words; no literature required) Finally, choose one of the Graduate Attributes (at the front of the Unit Outline) that is most relevant and explain how answering this eModule question has helped you to develop this Graduate

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