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SOC 313 COMPLETE COURSE

SOC 313 COMPLETE COURSE

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SOC 313 COMPLETE COURSE  

SOC 313 Week 1 DQ 1 Ability, Disability, and Chronic Conditions

Ability, Disability, and Chronic Conditions.  Prior to completing this discussion, read

the Schneiderman (2004) article, “Psychosocial, Behavioral, and Biological  Aspects of Chronic Diseases,” and

review any relevant Instructor Guidance.

In 200-250 words, analyze the basic issues of human biology as they relate to chronic conditions and describe the

interaction between disability, disease, and behavior. Examine and discuss the impact of biological health or

illness on social, psychological, and physical problems from the micro, mezzo, and macro perspectives. Choose a

chronic condition from those provided in your text and consider how you might feel, think, and behave differently

if the condition were affecting you versus if the condition were affecting a stranger. How might you think

differently about this chronic condition if it  were affecting someone close to you, your neighbor, or someone in

your community? Please include at least two supporting scholarly resources.

SOC 313 Week 1 DQ 2 Cancer

Cancer.  Prior to completing this discussion, read Chapter 9 in the tex

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