In this essay, you will use key concepts and apply medical sociology theories in analyzing how social forces influence an aspect of health/ill-health (including injury) and/or medicine/health care. All of the course learning outcomes apply to this assessment.

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2000 words (7 pages double-spaced)(not including title page and bibliography)

In this essay, you will use key concepts and apply medical sociology theories in analyzing how social forces influence an aspect of health/ill-health (including injury) and/or medicine/health care. All of the course learning outcomes apply to this assessment.

Review the rubric, below, to see the requirements and how your essay will be graded.

Note, you must include a self-assessment of your essay.

  • The self-assessment is posted below in WORD.
  • Open a copy, highlight, bold and/or underline points for each category and add up your total at the bottom.
  • Save with your name.
  • Submit it in the drop box as an additional, separate document from your essay.

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undefinedQn: May I do a different topic than my debate.

Answer: Yes.

I will give a bonus mark of up to 5% for completely new topics.

 

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Criteria 7 self-assessment instructions: Highlight, bold & underline points for each category and add up your total at the bottom. Save this document with your name (e.g. Lindsey rubric). Submit your essay. Then submit this document in the drop box as an additional, separate file. McKay W20 SOCI 4840 Grading Rubric for FINAL Essay 1) Overall quality: The essay presents a logical and persuasive argument answering your research question. It reflects academic integrity, is cohesive, original and reflects a concerted effort. (15 marks) Content 2) Introduction: The argument and outline in the introduction provide direction to the paper by identifying the topic and context, presenting a clear and explicit thesis statement (“I argue…”), and a clear outline of the points to be discussed (“I demonstrate this by…”). (15 marks) 3) Analysis: Accurate comprehension of and application of a sociological theoretical lens, including use of key concepts. Evidence of critical thinking and analysis throughout. At least 2 scholarly sources (peer reviewed articles or book chapters) to support your theoretical lens used meaningfully, reflecting your comprehension of the piece. (20 marks) 4) Evidence: Sufficient evidence to support your thesis. From relevant, current, credible sources consisting of an additional minimum of 3 (different) peer reviewed empirical sources and additional nonpeer reviewed, reliable data sources. Your use of sources is meaningful and I can tell you understood the findings and considered the quality. Attribution of all phrases and ideas that are not yours. (20 marks) No work done 0 points No work done Far below acceptable Below acceptable Pass 3 points Far below acceptable 5 points Below acceptable 0 points 3 points 5 points No work done Far below acceptable Below acceptable Pass 0 points 2 points 5 points 8 points No work done Far below acceptable Below acceptable Pass 0 points 2 points 5 points 8 points 7 points Pass 7 points Satisfact ory Good Very Good Outstandi ng 9 points Satisfact ory 11 points Good 13 points Very Good 15 points Outstandi ng 13 points 15 points Comments 11 points 9 points Satisfact ory Good Very Good Outstandi ng 11 points 14 points 17 points 20 points Satisfact ory Good Very Good Outstandi ng 11 points 14 points 17 points 20 points 1 Criteria 7 self-assessment instructions: Highlight, bold & underline points for each category and add up your total at the bottom. Save this document with your name (e.g. Lindsey rubric). Submit your essay. Then submit this document in the drop box as an additional, separate file. Execution 5) Structure: The body develops the necessary aspects of the main idea and provides examples, support, or illustration for each aspect of the main idea. The conclusion summarizes the main points and ties them to the thesis. (10 marks) 6) Writing Quality: Succinct and precise. Paragraphs are unified, developed, and coherent, with transitions between ideas. Sentences are grammatically correct; words are chosen for accuracy and impact. The writing follows the conventions of spelling and mechanics (punctuation, etc.) (10 marks) 7) Technicalities: The format follows the APA 7th Edition documentation style accurately and consistently, including correct citation and bibliographic style. There are: • URL links to all sources in your bibliography, • a word-count at the end (2,500-3,000 words), and • a self-assessment using this rubric. (10 marks) TOTAL No work done Far below acceptable Below acceptable 0 points No work done 3 points 5 points Far below acceptable Below acceptable 0 points 3 points 5 points No work done Far below acceptable Below acceptable 0 points 3 points 5 points Pass Satisfact ory 6 points Pass Good Outstandi ng 9 points Very Good 10 points Outstandi ng 9 points 10 points Very Good Outstandi ng 9 points 10 points 8 points 7 points Satisfact ory 6 points Good 8 points 7 points Pass Very Good Satisfact ory 6 points Good 8 points 7 points 2 …
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