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Please can anyone help me in part 1.2 and 2? Have so many notes I’m not sure what goes in what bit. The questions are so similar

• Explain how Social Scientists’ research and government initiatives have provided a greater insight into the link between poverty and health

• Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances.
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Please can anyone help me in part 1.2 and 2? Have so many notes I’m not sure what goes in what bit. The questions are so simular
Parts 1.2 and 2 of what?
What is/are the question(s)?
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Oh yes that would help!

• Explain how Social Scientists’ research and government initiatives have provided a greater insight into the link between poverty and health.

• Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances.
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Oh yes that would help!

• Explain how Social Scientists’ research and government initiatives have provided a greater insight into the link between poverty and health.

• Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances
Yes this is a bit tricky!
So the first one is like, for example, social science research has shown that poverty = can't afford decent food = not eating very much or very healthily = poorer health; initiatives = things like Marcus Rashford pushing bettering the free school meals scheme.
Not sure where to go with the 2nd one without repeating the first though.
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Yes this is a bit tricky!
So the first one is like, for example, social science research has shown that poverty = can't afford decent food = not eating very much or very healthily = poorer health; initiatives = things like Marcus Rashford pushing bettering the free school meals scheme.
Not sure where to go with the 2nd one without repeating the first though.
How are you doing with this module, I've just started it and totally confused. Any tips?
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How are you doing with this module, I've just started it and totally confused. Any tips?
I've not done this module - I'm a registered nurse providing advice for students on here. Ask OP.
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Oh yes that would help!

• Explain how Social Scientists’ research and government initiatives have provided a greater insight into the link between poverty and health.

• Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances.
Hi just wondered how you are doing with this module, I've just started it and totally confused. Any tips?
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always needs using http://navigator.health.org.uk/theme...SAAEgLJMPD_BwE
http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar_...=1&oi=scholarr
another that must be used https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publica...h-inequalities
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4481045/
try to cut down the number of refs to1 per 50-100 words.
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Anyone finished this unit and able to give me some help 🙏🏻🙌🏻
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Anyone finished this unit and able to give me some help 🙏🏻🙌🏻
Have you got any further with this unit? I am still stuck and considering jacking in the course at this point, 4 weeks in to this unit and made 0 progress.
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How are you doing with this module, I've just started it and totally confused. Any tips?
I just submitted mine yesterday and got it back saying i didnt do it on journal format now i dont know what to do.
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I just submitted mine yesterday and got it back saying i didnt do it on journal format now i dont know what to do.
Did they mention if the content was correct? I’m due to submit mine but happy to look over yours and give advise on layout if that helps?
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Did they mention if the content was correct? I’m due to submit mine but happy to look over yours and give advise on layout if that helps?
no they didnt just returned it saying not a right layout. i just resubmitted it so good luck to me
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Anyone please I really need help with the last section * Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances.
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Anyone please I really need help with the last section * Explain how political perspectives used in medical sociology are linked to patterns of health by providing an example of one factor that can impact health chances.
Any luck with the "Explain how Social Scientists’ research and government initiatives have provided a greater insight into the link between poverty and health." No idea where to start
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