SOC 313 Week 2 Assignment, Biopsychosocial Paradigm, PIE Perspective, and the Ecological Theory Presentation
(13 Slides, References Speaker’s Notes)
SOC 313 Week 2 Discussion 1, Degenerative Diseases
Prior to engaging in this discussion, read “The Experience of Disease: Psychosocial Aspects of Movement Disorder” (Jacopini, 2000), “Caregiver Bodywork: Family
Members Experiences of Caring for a Person With Motor Neuron Disease” (Ray & Street , 2006), and “Biopsychosocial Predictors of Depressive Mood in People With Parkinson’s Disease” (Moore, et.al , 2007).
Additionally, review Chapter 3 in your text and watch the Andres Lozano: Parkinson’s, Depression and the Switch That Might Turn Them Off video. Review any relevant Instructor Guidance.
For this discussion, refer to the information in the “Introduction to the Miller Family” document. Ella’s father, Frederic, has Parkinson’s disease and is known in the family as the “shaky” grandpa. In 250-300 words, given what you know about the members of the family. Analyze and comment on the potential effects this condition/illness might have on them. Select two individuals from different generations and analyze the similarities and differences in their perspectives on this condition from the lens of their stage of life and development. Explain the kinds of emotional and/or behavioral changes that might be expected. How might the various family members react to them?
SOC 313 Week 2 Discussion 2, HIV or AIDS
Prior to completing your discussion, read Chapter 4 in your textbook, watch the Annie Lennox: Why I Am an HIV/AIDS Activist video, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance.
For this discussion, reference the information in the “Introduction to the Miller Family” document. Mike Maldonado lost his companion of 10 years to AIDS. After being …..Mike learned that he is HIV positive.
Examine the biological basis for social, psychological, and physical problems related to his diagnosis. Comment specifically on how they pertain to Mike’s psychological state. Based on their cultural and traditional beliefs, as well as their concerns for his health. Comment on how Mike’s family members might react to the news about this diagnosis. What are some common thoughts, beliefs, biases, and fears t hat might be held by Mike, his family, friends, and his community. As a result of their sociocultural experiences? Integrating what you have learned from the readings and video. What information would you want the Miller family to have in order to under stand and be supportive of Mike at this time?