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This assignment gives the student the occasion to show he/she has researched and understood the issues of globalization and health in the literature and is able to apply this perspective to particular countries and locations Task:- Choose a social determinant of health (SDH)that has been discussed in this unit Choose a population from a culture other than your own, that is susceptible to, or protected from, health problems due to this social determinant ( e.g. lower caste families in India, families living under the poverty line in a western country such as Australia/UK/USA, young women in Pakistan, children in Afghanistan, Syrian refugees, persecuted or ethnic minorities in other countries, elderly population of Okinawa Japan,) Explain what is a social determinant of health, (using your own words, not just a quotation), with reference to the literature? Name the social determinant and population you have selected (300 words) Analyze the impact(s) of your chosen social determinant of health on the selected population using evidence from the literature. (800-900 words) Discuss how the negative health impacts associated with your selected SDH could be addressed to improve the health of this population or how the health enhancing aspects of your selected SDH could be used to improve the health of others. (600-700) words The word limits for each section are guides only based on marking weightings, overall your essay should not exceed 1800 words Criteria:- You will be assessed using the marking rubric on the page (17) however this checklist may also be helpful: Do you state the question at the beginning? Have you included an introduction briefly outlining what will be discussed in your paper Have you stated which SDH and population you are going to discuss? Have you demonstrated how this population is affected by the SDH (positively/negatively) Note you will need to demonstrate that the population you have selected is relevant i.e.. they are susceptible to, or are protected from health problems due to your chosen social determinant of health. Have you discussed how the negative impacts of your chosen SDH could be addressed to improve the health of this population or how the SDH which is protective of health could improve the health of others? Have you provided evidence to support your various discussion points and position? Have you included a conclusion Note you must be concise in your discussion to ensure you do not exceed the word limit. As per the Assessment, I have decided to choose the topic UNEMPLOYMENT as the Social Determinant of Health. I even attached a file with this, so please go through the attached file, and on page 20 there are some details about the Unemployment, I hope that could help you. I want my assignment to be good, its a 60 marks assessment, so I need 40-45 marks at least for this. So please go through the details and I hope you will do well. Due date is on 30th of April 2017.
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