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What have been the consequences of the neoliberal shift from collectivism to individualism, specifically in relation to health and social care?

Assignment Task

You must answer all three questions. The questions are not of equal weight.

Question 1

What have been the consequences of the neoliberal shift from collectivism to individualism, specifically in relation to health and social care? (1200 words) (40 Marks)

Question 2

In what ways has the New Public Health’s discourse of prevention influenced societal reaction towards medical deviants? Choose ONE of the following case-studies to support your response: (a) the obese OR (b) smokers (including pregnant women) OR (c) drug and alcohol addicts. (1200 words) (40 Marks)

Question 3

To what extent do individuals have control over their bodies in today’s society? (600 words) (20 Marks)

Guidelines

You MUST underpin your analysis and evaluation of the key issues with appropriate and wide ranging academic research and ensure this is referenced using the AU Harvard system. The My Study Skills Area on iLearn contains useful resources relating to referencing. You must use the AU Harvard Referencing method in your assignment. Additional notes: Students are required to indicate the exact word count on the title page of the assessment.

The word count excludes the title page, tables, figures, diagrams, footnotes, reference list and appendices. Where assessment questions have been reprinted from the assessment brief these will also be excluded from the word count


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