Reading analysis

Based on your reading of Kamp, Jillson, and Cullen what common answers are found between the three readings regarding these four questions:

1) How does each reading define the dream?

2) What historical details are given and how do they connect to the dream?

3) What examples of the successful dreams are given–common American Dreams?

4) What of patterns of inclusion/exclusion regarding access to the dream and issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality are discussed?

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Reading Analysis

Discuss or react to two or more course readings from at least two different weeks of the course. The final paper should be in essay format with introduction, main section with subtitles, and conclusion. It should be produced in 12-point font with 1” margins, double-spaced, carefully proofread, and titled. You should provide a full reference, either in the form of a footnote, or a “works cited” section at the end of the paper.

Your final discussion paper should accomplish several things:

  1. Demonstrate mastery of the readings. You should identify a central argument(s) made in the readings(s), comment on the evidence rallied in support of the argument(s), and reflect on some of the broader implications of the argument(s). You should also attempt to reflect on some of the interconnections – or conflicts – among the readings we have covered.
  2. Express a reaction to the readings in a reasoned, analytical, and well-supported manner. Additionally, your commentary should identify one or two questions that the reading(s) raised for you. For example, were you convinced by the author’s line of argument? Why or why not? Do other pieces we have read raise challenges for the author in question? Or does the reading successfully open up a new line of questioning?

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Reading analysis

Prepare a 4 page paper about the selected reading addressing the following criteria:
A) a brief synopsis of the selected reading
B) Describe the most significant takeaway message/point from the reading
C) Do you believe that this significant message/point was influenced by the author’s bias or background? Has
this significant message/point created a bias for the Baltimore Community?
D) Describe how that significant message/point has impacted the Baltimore community and/or the JHUBaltimore relationship
E) Use a Socioecological or a Social Determinants of Health Framework to describe or explain the significant
message/point that will influence the health outcomes within the East Baltimore community and your nursing
practice

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Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Jemmott, J. B., & Locke, S. E. (1984). Psychosocial factors, immunologic mediation, and human susceptibility to infectious diseases: How much do we know?. Psychological Bulletin, 95(1), 78

link
https://www.academia.edu/6929963/Psychosocial_factors_immunologic_mediation_and_human_susceptibility_to_infectious_diseases_How_much_do_we_know

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Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Rebmann, T., Wilson, R., LaPointe, S., Russell, B., & Moroz, D. (2009). Hospital infectious disease emergency preparedness: a 2007 survey of infection control professionals. American journal of infection control, 37(1), 1-8.

link
https://www.ajicjournal.org/article/S0196-6553(08)00552-X/fulltext

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Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Borio, L., Inglesby, T., Peters, C. J., Schmaljohn, A. L., Hughes, J. M., Jahrling, P. B., … & Tonat, K. (2002). Hemorrhagic fever viruses as biological weapons: medical and public health management. Jama, 287(18), 2391-2405.

link
https://www.jhsph.edu/news/news-releases/2002/hemorrhagic-fever-viruses.html

Sample Solution

Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Jemmott, J. B., & Locke, S. E. (1984). Psychosocial factors, immunologic mediation, and human susceptibility to infectious diseases: How much do we know?. Psychological Bulletin, 95(1), 78

link
https://www.academia.edu/6929963/Psychosocial_factors_immunologic_mediation_and_human_susceptibility_to_infectious_diseases_How_much_do_we_know

Sample Solution

Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Rebmann, T., Wilson, R., LaPointe, S., Russell, B., & Moroz, D. (2009). Hospital infectious disease emergency preparedness: a 2007 survey of infection control professionals. American journal of infection control, 37(1), 1-8.

link
https://www.ajicjournal.org/article/S0196-6553(08)00552-X/fulltext

Sample Solution

Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Borio, L., Inglesby, T., Peters, C. J., Schmaljohn, A. L., Hughes, J. M., Jahrling, P. B., … & Tonat, K. (2002). Hemorrhagic fever viruses as biological weapons: medical and public health management. Jama, 287(18), 2391-2405.

link
https://www.jhsph.edu/news/news-releases/2002/hemorrhagic-fever-viruses.html

Sample Solution

Reading Analysis

Read article and summerize in 2 paragraphs what you learned

Jemmott, J. B., & Locke, S. E. (1984). Psychosocial factors, immunologic mediation, and human susceptibility to infectious diseases: How much do we know?. Psychological Bulletin, 95(1), 78

link
https://www.academia.edu/6929963/Psychosocial_factors_immunologic_mediation_and_human_susceptibility_to_infectious_diseases_How_much_do_we_know

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