Define the problem and/or the specific population that is the focus of your

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4. Social or Health Disparity Literature Review (5 pts, 5 pts, 100 pts, 25% of grade)
Due Dates: Part 1- Due Sept 20. Part 2- Due Oct 18.
In your paper you will define the problem, provide context for understanding the problem, describe causes and risk factors, as well as forms of resilience and strengths that can protect against the problem. Finally, you will discuss potential interventions to address this problem.
This website has a number of excellent resources on how to conduct a literature review:
Your literature review for this class will be broken down into three (3) parts:
Literature Review
Part 3: Final Paper
double-spaced, with
1” margins, 12-point font.
All citations and references
must be in APA format.
Social or Health Disparity Literature Review
Due Week 13- 100 pts
Each paper should address the following points in the sections below:
A. Problem Statement
a. Define the problem and/or the specific population that is the focus of your
paper. Explain the topic related to the population. Potential guiding questions
to address in this section include:
i. How prevalent or widespread is this issue/problem?
ii. How many people are affected?
iii. What are the consequences of effects of this problem?
iv. How might the issue/problem defined or discussed by this specific
B. Literature Review
a. Provide context for the problem and population. Based on the six (6) or
more scholarly articles you read, synthesize the information. Potential
guiding questions to address in this section include:
i. What are the known causes or risk factors related to this problem?
ii. Why might certain populations be especially at risk? What are
characteristics or environmental factors that relate to greater risk?
1. For example, regarding the problem of obesity in low-income
communities, neighborhood violence may prevent community
members from going outdoors to play or exercise.
iii. What are some protective factors, strengths, and forms of resilience
that can help people to cope or reduce the risk or impact of the
iv. What might be the meaning and significance of the disorder or
condition to those within the specific subpopulation, or cultural
beliefs shaping understanding of a problem?
1. For example, regarding the problem of obesity in indigenous
communities, the ancient Hawaiian culture believed that
excess body weight signified royalty.
v. What are some gaps in the literature – meaning what is still not
C. Interventions
o What are specific interventions that have been proposed to address this
problem, including policy changes that affect the outcome or incidence of the
condition or disorder?
o If you have not found any: based on your literature review, what might be an
effect intervention at some level of the Person-In-Environment perspective
(interventions at the micro, mezzo, or macro-level)?
D. Conclusion
a. Summarize the “state of knowledge” regarding the issue/problem that is the
focus of your paper affecting this group/population.


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