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Drawing on contemporary research on ageing and theories covered in this unit of study, this 3,000 word essay will be a discussion of or response to one of the following statements/questions:The key to diminishing the impact of ageism is the deliberate promotion of intergenerational activities. Discuss this statement and how it might occur in everyday life in Australia? What are the roles of media, government and/or communities in changing how older people are regarded in Australia?(You can approach this generally – looking at each sector or choose to focus on one media, government or community)Assesmenat Criteria1. 3,000 word essay responding to a set essay question from the list below.2. Draw on literature relevant to the question/statement, including set readings (minimum of 10 references)3. Discuss the statement/question in the context of social work in the field of ageing and make reference to current australian policy discourse.4. Present a clearly argued position on the question/statement.5. Canvass implications for social work practice.6. Have a title, introduction, literature review, discussion and conclusion.7. Demonstrated capacity to search for relevant research/readings.8. Evidence of critical engagement with the ideas and issues presented in the readings undertaken.9. Evidence of active and involved engagement with the statement/question (e.g. Questions asked, argument developed, finding a range of ways to explore, think and discuss)10. Demonstrated ability to explore statements in the context of social work practice11. Written in a scholarly manner with a coherent argument, clarity of structure and expression and appropriate and consistent referencing. APA REFERENCING.
Drawing on contemporary research on ageing and theories covered in this unit of study, this 3,000 word essay will be a discussion of or response to one of the following statements/questions: The key t
Assesment Question: Drawing on contemporary research on ageing and theories covered in this unit of study, this 3,000 word essay will be a discussion of or response to one of the following statements/questions:  The key to diminishing the impact of ageism is the deliberate promotion of intergenerational activities. Discuss this statement and how it might occur in everyday life in Australia? What are the roles of media, government and/or communities  in changing how older people are regarded in Australia? (You can approach this generally – looking at each sector or choose to focus on one media, government or community) DUE DATE: JUNE 5TH 6PM AEST (AUSTRALIAN EASTREN STANDARD TIME) WORD COUNT: 3000 MUST USE SOCIAL WORK AGING THEORIES: Disengagement Theory Activity (or role) Theory Life span (or life course) development theory MENTION: EMANCIPATORY FRAMEWORK LIVED EXPERIENCES Assesmenat Criteria 3,000 word essay responding to a set essay question from the list below. Draw on literature relevant to the question/statement, including set readings (minimum of 10 references) Discuss the statement/question in the context of social work in the field of ageing and make reference to current australian policy discourse. Present a clearly argued position on the question/statement. Canvass implications for social work practice. Have a title, introduction, literature review, discussion and conclusion. Demonstrated capacity to search for relevant research/readings. Evidence of critical engagement with the ideas and issues presented in the readings undertaken. Evidence of active and involved engagement with the statement/question (e.g. Questions asked, argument developed, finding a range of ways to explore, think and discuss) Demonstrated ability to explore statements in the context of social work practice Written in a scholarly manner with a coherent argument, clarity of structure and expression and appropriate and consistent referencing. APA REFERENCING. Readings: ONLY USE LITERATURE FROM THE REAIDNG LIST BELOW MUST HAVE A REFERENCE LIST (APA STYLE) MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF ATLEAST 12 REFERENCES McHugh, M. C., & Interligi, C. (2015). Sexuality and older women: Desirability and desire. In Women and aging (p. 91) Springer International Publishing. Phillips, R 2018, ‘Emancipatory social work with older people: challenging students to overcome the limitations of ageism and institutional oppression’, Social Work and Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory, 1 (001), https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/SWPS Tew, J. (20006)’Understanding Power and Powerlessness: Towards a Framework for Emancipatory Practice in Social Work’ Journal of Social Work, Vol. 6 No. 33, pp. 33-51. Naim, N. (2014) ‘Talking About My Generation, Bur Not Necessarily about Me: Working with Older Adults in a Community Setting’, Field Educator, Simmons School of Social Work, Vol. 4 No. 2, pp 1-3. Butler, R.N. (1069) ‘Ageism: Another Form of Bigotry’, The Gerontologist, Vol 9 (4 part 1), 243-246. Duffy, F. (2017) A Social Work Perspective on How Ageist Language, Discourses and Understandings Negatively Frame Older People and Why Taking a Critical Social Work Stance is Essential’, The British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 47, Issue 7, pp. 2068–2085. Hitchcock, Karen (2015) ‘Dear Life, On Caring for the Elderly’ Quarterly EssayIssue 57, March 2015. Available online through the Library.  Pages: 5-37 (See pdf below) QuaEss2015N057_001.pdf Hall, B. (2012) ‘Reflective Social Work Practice with Older People: the professional and the organisation’ in  in Barbara Hall and Terry Scragg, Social Work with Older People: Approaches to a Person Centred Practice, Berkshire and New York: Open University Press McGraw -Hill Education, pp. 7-30. Carey, M. (2018) ‘Biomedical nemesis? Critical deliberations with regard to health and social care integration for social work with older people’, International Social Work, Vol. 61(5) 651–664. Duffy, F. & Healy, J.P. (2011) ‘Social Work with Older People in a Hospital Setting’ Social Work in Healthcare, Vol. 50, No. 2, 109-123. Jeyasingam, N. (2019) ‘Attitudes to ageing: an overview of Australian perspectives of health support systems for the older person’, Australasian Psychiatry, First Published 14 Jan 2019. Spencer, M (2020) Adult Guardianship Law. In Chris Maylea (Ed) Social Work and the Law. Melbourne. Red Globe Press.  adult gd law ch13_001.pdf Walker, R. & Hutchinson, C. (2019) Care Giving Dynamics and Future Planning Among Ageing Parents of Adult Offspring With Intellectual Disabilities,  Ageing and Society,  39, pp 1512-1527. caregiving_dynamics_and_futures_planning_among_ageing_parents_of_adult_offspring_with_intellectual_disability-1.pdf Chesterman, J. (2013) ‘The Future of Adult Guardianship in Federal Australia’, Australian Social Work, Vol. 66 No.1, pp. 26-38. Margaret Mills (2017) Dementia and Guardianship: Challenges in Social Work Practice, Australian Social Work, 70:1, 30-41.  Gaston, S. (2017) ‘Vulnerable Prisoners: Dementia and the impact on Prisoners, staff and the correctional setting’ Collegian, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 241–246.  Rosemary Sheehan PhD (2012) Forensic Social Work: A Distinctive Framework for Intervention, Social Work in Mental Health, 10:5, 409-425. PHILLIPSON, C. (2019). ‘Fuller’ or ‘extended’ working lives? Critical perspectives on changing transitions from work to retirement. Ageing and Society, 39(3), 629-650. doi:10.1017/S0144686X18000016 Len Baglow & Susan Gair (2019) Mature-aged Social Work Students: Challenges, Study Realities, and Experiences of Poverty, Australian Social Work, 72:1, 91-104, DOI: 10.1080/0312407X.2018.1534130Links to an external site. Kaspiew, Rae; Carson, Rachel and Rhoades, Helen. Elder abuse in Australia [online]. Family Matters, No. 98, 2016: 64-73. Availability:  ISSN: 1030-2646. [cited 08 Jul 19]. Clements, N., Clapton, J. and Chenoweth, L. (2010) ‘Indigenous Australians and Impaired Decision-Making Capacity’, Australian Journal of Social Issues, Vol 45. No. 3, pp. 295-383. Linderman, M., Smith, K. LoGiudice, D. and Elliott, M. (2017) ‘Indigenous Ageing Research Feature Community care for Indigenous older people: An update’ Australasian Journal on Ageing, Vol 31 No. 1, pp124-127. Warburton, J. and McLaughlin, D. (2000) ‘Passing on our Culture: How older Australians from Diverse Cultural Backgrounds Contribute to Civil Society’, Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, Vol.22, No. 1, pp. 47-60. Costello, J and Kendrick, K. (2000) Grief and Older People: The making or breaking of emotional bonds following partner loss in later life.’ The Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol 32, No. 6, 1374-1382. Mackinnon, C. (2009) ‘Applying Feminist, multicultural, and social justice theory to diverse women who function as caregivers in end-of-life palliative home care.’ Palliative and Supportive Care, Vol. 7, pp. 501-512. Duffy, S. Jackson, F. Schim, S. Ronis, D. and Fowler, K. (2006) ‘Racial/Ethnic preferences, sex preferences and perceived discrimination related to end-of-life care.’ Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, Vol. 54. No. 1, pp. 150-157. Hughes, M. (2009) ‘Lesbian and Gay People’s Concerns about Ageing and Accessing Services’, Australian Social Work, Vol. 62, No, 2, pp.186-201. Boggs, J.M., Dickman Portz, J. Kind, D.K., Wright, L.A. Helander, K., Retrum, J.H. and Gozancky, W.S. (2017) ‘Perspectives of LGBTQ older adults on ageing in place: a qualitative Investigation’, Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 64 No.11, pp.1539-1560. Older people – Australian Human Rights Commissionhttps://www.humanrights.gov.au/sites/default/files/…/letstalkaboutrights/…/HRA_older.p…

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