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Identify an Indigenous health issue from a social determinants of health approach (i.e. not only disease or illness – for example the impact of racism)

Collect 4 media items in a variety of forms – this can include newspaper articles, editorials, magazine articles, video clips with transcripts, online blogs and other electronic articles.

The 4 media items also need to be from a variety of sources as much as possible ? so not all 4 from the same source for example all from the SMH or the ABC.

You must have either a hyper linked or attached PDF copies to assignment.

Summarise key issue(s) in the media items collected .

Link media items to various models and approaches discussed in the unit modules and readings.

Discuss how the media items might affect the current debate and discussion on the issue.

The sources will need to be local, interstate and possibly international. Utilise a variety of sources in order to assess the breadth and depth of the issue. Using only one source may result is a biased account of the issue.

Please note: material including cartoons, posters, health promotion YouTube clips, websites or academic journal articles and government publications are not media items unless they are discussed and cited as a media release or news item

Please read it carefully My topic is Indigenous Smoking . I have found most current 2 media article you have to find further 2 more current media articles but, I have also attached 3x examples you have to read example and then write it accordingly. 1 : the below both links are the same.https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2013/04/17/anti-smoking-campaigns-failing-indigenous-youthRadio broadcast. Click on audio. Sorry it does take a bit of timehttps://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2015/06/02/research-reveals-attitudes-smoking-indigenous-australians 2 .Indigenous smokers want to quit and anti-smoking campaigns do work, study suggestshttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-06-01/research-shows-anti-smoking-campaign-works-indigenous-smokers/6511694 3. You have to find media article from a different source but most current After selecting the media article you have to show it to me so I can take approval 4. You have to find media article from a different source but most current After selecting the media article you have to show it to me so I can take approval Assignment 3: Media Journal/Portfolio Title: Media Journal/Portfolio; Length: Up to 3000 words Please note: there will be no opportunities for resubmission of this assignment. Therefore it is critical that you get your topic and media items checked by the unit co-ordinator. This assignment involves the collection and analysis of four (4) media items on one current Indigenous health and wellbeing issue/topic. You are required to link this contemporary issue as presented in the media with those discussed in the unit outline and in the readings. It is advisable to start thinking about your topic and collecting your media items from early in the semester. For the purposes of this assignment, the definition of media is: The main means of mass communication through broadcasting and publishing and the internet (TV, radio, newspapers etc.) that reach or influence people widely. Discuss your topic and check the media items with the unit coordinator prior to commencing. You will need to: � Identify an Indigenous health issue from a social determinants of health approach (i.e. not only disease or illness – for example the impact of racism) � Collect 4 media items in a variety of forms – this can include newspaper articles, editorials, magazine articles, video clips with transcripts, online blogs and other electronic articles. � The 4 media items also need to be from a variety of sources as much as possible � so not all 4 from the same source for example all from the SMH or the ABC. � You must have either a hyper linked or attached PDF copies to assignment. � Summarise key issue(s) in the media items collected . � Link media items to various models and approaches discussed in the unit modules and readings. � Discuss how the media items might affect the current debate and discussion on the issue. � Discuss your position and views on the issue as it presented and explore other perspectives. � The sources will need to be local, interstate and possibly international. Utilise a variety of sources in order to assess the breadth and depth of the issue. Using only one source may result is a biased account of the issue. � Please note: material including cartoons, posters, health promotion YouTube clips, websites or academic journal articles and government publications are not media items unless they are discussed and cited as a media release or news item � Feel free to run ideas and drafts past the lecturer for feedback. This may save you from a nervous breakdown. You can format the assignment as follows (or close to): 1. Introduction � Chosen topic and why it is an Indigenous health issue � Background 2. The 4 media items – analysis � Full reference and working link at beginning of each item � Summary and analysis of key points in item � How fits into unit overall and topics discussed or covered � How media item contributes to the topic discussion or debate � Personal reflection on the issue 3. Conclusion 4. Reference list (on separate page) Click on the link below for the marking criteria: HSC203MarkingCriteriaAssignment3_MediaJournal2016.pdf (This file is attached Please download) How to do a critical analysis: Analysis – how to(1).docx (This file is attached Please download) And for some examples of what the assignment can look like: Example 1_HSC203_Assessment_3_Media_Portfolio2016.pdf (This file is attached Please download) Example2_HSC203_Assignment 3_Media Portfolio2016.pdf (This file is attached Please download) Example3_HSC203_Assignment3_Media Portfolio2016.pdf (This file is attached Please download) Please keep in mind that these examples are not ‘perfect’ but are here to be used as a guide only as to some different ways of approaching the assignment. You may wish to browse through one or both of these two references for ideas as to why we examine the media in relation to health: 1. Germov, J., & Freij. M. (2013). Media and health: moral panics, miracles, and medicalisation. In J. Germov (Ed.), Second opinion: introduction to health sociology(5th ed.). (pp.337-355). South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press. 2. Willis, K., & Elmer, S. (2011). Society, culture and health an introduction to sociology for nurses. (2nd ed.). (pp45-65). South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press. Few Linkshttps://nacchocommunique.com/category/cancer/ https://nacchocommunique.com/category/close-the-gap/ https://nacchocommunique.com/category/closing-the-gap/https://nacchocommunique.com/category/smoking/ https://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/aboriginal-and-torres-strait-islander-social-justice/projects/close-gap-indigenous-healthhttps://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/health/aboriginal-smoking-a-serious-health-problemhttps://www.aihw.gov.au/uploadedFiles/ClosingTheGap/Content/Publications/2011/ctgc-rs04.pdfhttps://www.health.nsw.gov.au/tobacco/Pages/aboriginal-communities-smoking.aspx

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