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How and why do gender and sexuality affect population health
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Essay 1:

A. How and why do gender and sexuality affect population health? Identify causes/ mechanisms and public health implications.

Essay 2:

Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions." - Healthy People 2020. Effective translation of public health practices to audiences requires an ability to communicate public health messages in a way that "keeps it real".

Based on your readings and lectures on social marketing, media studies, and health literacy:

Step 1:

Identify any one (1) public health message in any medium (public service announcement (PSA) - TV ad, radio, youtube, etc., (2)or print material/pamphlet /notice). Attach the health message for me to look at.

Step 2: Describe (if possible):
. Who is the intended audience(s)?
. What is the primary message?
. What is the message asking the viewer to "do" - what is the "call to action?"

Step 3:

Evaluate the overall strengths and weaknesses of the public health message citing at least 3 articles required in class. From a public health perspective, how might you improve on the message?

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Genders and Sexuality are two important aspects of our society. These two aspects have both positive and negative impact on population health. In general gender stands for male and female but now the society has been divided into diverse sexual subpopulation. So while we discuss about gender the other subpopulation indulged in non-natural sexual behavior gets excluded. Moreover social acceptance of such non-natural sexual behavior is quite low. So they stay in socially isolated groups, which have prominent effect on their mental health and can be well observed in their behavior. Such a situation makes them get involved in narcotics addictions. Again in a male dominant society the females are also equally vulnerable to health problems than the male gender.




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