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Lecture 11

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Health Studies
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HLTH 101
Elaine Power

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HLTH 101 – Lecture 11 – Income Inequality
(Course assessment forms — first 20mins of lecture)
Thesis Statement Assignment
Common Problems:
Didn't follow directions
Many included individual health behaviors and coping skills as a SDoH — textbook is
Inability to weigh the relative importance of SDoH
Too much focus on the novel and did not include course connections
No supporting arguments for statements
Quotations — too long — or no quotations at all
Referencing — inappropriate, none at all, ignoring key course materials (e.g. Storied Streets)
— use APA referencing style
Inappropriate language
Question #3 — SDoH listed, but interactions were not explained
Another problem with the textbook — lists Aboriginal status as a SDoH, when really it is our
constriction of race & resultant racism, & colonialism that are the SDoHs
**Important to improve your grade — read and re-read directions & rubrics
**Thesis assignment was worth only 10% — assignment average approximately C+/B-
Final Exam
Focus on…
1. “Questions to guide your reading”
2. Lecture materials
3. Weekly Quizzes**
**In the News sections will not be included in the exam
Value at which housing is considered unaffordable: >30% of total income
Aric McBay’s 4 Principles for how Social Movements win
1. Effective movements win on their own terms, not on the terms of authority
2. Political force makes change; persuading authorities doesn't
3. Disruption is necessary
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