This assignment for Social Determinants of Indigenous Health Course The task is to write 1000 words Choose only one of the four questions from the Anonymous Questions that I will send it to you and follow all the instructions below to write about it, I need
the reference list to be from the readings that I will send them to you and please see the example as well. I need you to write as the same idea in the
Deconstruct the question in order to demonstrate your understanding of the Social Determinants of Indigenous Health. ‘Deconstruction’ is a process that involves unpacking something. In this case, the very question becomes the focus, rather than the answer. We are interested in assisting you to critique the worldviews, philosophical positions, understandings and assumptions underpinning particular responses to Indigenous health issues. A critical analysis of the question must build a cogent argument that examines the position from which the question was asked. The sociological, cultural studies and critical theory literatures might give you some guidance here. Overall, you are asked to demonstrate an understanding of how the question was formed, with particular regard to the factors that might lead to such framing of the question, as well as the question’s relevance to Aboriginal health outcomes. Be sure to demonstrate a strong engagement with the weekly readings.( please make sure to use the readings that I will send them to you) Some tips: Many questions people ask about Aboriginal Australia reveal more about the person asking than the intended subject of enquiry. For example:(this is just an example, please don’t answer them) “If we come from Adam and Eve then where do black people come from?’ • Who is ‘we’? Is this framing indicative of an ‘us and them’ position of ‘inclusion – exclusion’? • Is the (conscious or unconscious) worldview here related to a Christian-based socialisation process which sees Christianity as ‘normal’ and everything else as peripheral? • This appears to be an ‘othering’ question. Who frames ‘the other’? What assumptions are made? • Can a case be made that this is a Eurocentric, ethnocentric, exclusionist position that perpetuates colonial notions of a ‘God–given dominion • ‘… black people’ – Does this indicate a dismissal of diversity? Is there an assumed homogenous explanation for the origins of ‘the other’? • Could this question be classified as one that could only be framed by someone who is an unwitting beneficiary of a dominant hegemony (power/control/authority). • Could ‘Whiteness theory ‘ be employed to elucidate the invisible ‘structured white privilege’ inherent in such a question? • Does this question reveal a lack of understanding as to how Christian stories arrived on these shores: “Your left hand holds a Bible while your right hand holds a gun” (Kev Carmody-‘Thou Shalt Not Steal’) ? • What does this question reveal about the persistence of the ‘christianising’/’civilising’ project that gave invasion and colonisation ‘moral’ reinforcement?
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