This assignment requires you to select and analyse ONE of two scenarios from CaseWorld. The scenarios describe two different types of family violence—one scenario focuses on domestic violence and the. Regardless of which scenario you choose, the analysis will require you to draw on the contemporary literature in sociology (e.g. gender socialisation, social determinants of health, feminist theory, etc.) and psychology (e.g. Bandura’s social learning theory, Bronfenbrenner, stress and coping, grief and loss, etc.) to identify and explore the factors that have influenced the psychosocial status of the family in the scenario.
CaseWorld (Anne White)—Domestic violence scenario—your paper needs to address the following:
•What psychological factors contribute to John’s use of violence and Anne being a victim of violence?
•What sociological factors contribute to John’s use of violence and Anne being a victim of violence?
•What impact does domestic violence have on Anne’s own bio-ecological model? (You may wish to refer back to the resources you used in assignment 2.)
•What actual and potential impact does domestic violence have on the bio-psycho- social health of Anne and John and the rest of their family?
Remember you need to plan your overall paper. You may wish to use headings within the paper to guide the reader. You will be expected to use your textbook and other resources to support the writing of your assignment. Check the marking guide for assignment 2.
The paper should be prepared using the School of Nursing & Midwifery’s House style and:
•Include an introduction and conclusion. Refer to the handout from the Student Learning Centre about writing an essay, in addition to U2Uni (2013) and Fox and Wilkinson (2009). Third person writing style is required.
•Tables, figures or appendices may be used to enhance the paper/discussion and are not part of the word limit. Appendices, tables and figures must be appropriately titled and referenced, and the reader referred to these in the discussion. Appendices are placed after the reference page(s).