Such settings are associated with higher levels of poor nutrition, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking and lack of physical activity. · How does the issue impact on their cultural safety and willingness to engage with providers of community and health services? Why? It will impact them mostly from unemployment and being homeless which will stop them from having good
Introduction Aboriginal Australian peoples have been placed in unfair situations that have resulted in disconnections from society due to bias in culture, racism and because of previous historical events such as colonisation that led to colonialism and horrible events such as The Stolen Generation. These events act like a scar to the Aboriginal Australian peoples and their culture, those previously mentioned historical events symbolises the cut, the immense pain that was caused in that moment is still a factor and the pain from it is still prevalent and is symbolised by the scar. The scar also represents the factors that still manage to affect the Aboriginal Australians today, such as racism and lack of quality and access to education, money and health care.. The Indigenous peoples are also affected by various other factors such as limited access to health care that may be of poor quality, such resources may also bring fear to the Indigenous peoples because practitioners are not always sensitive or respectful to
The lower life expectancy of Indigenous women when compared to their non-Indigenous counterparts is an indicator of differentials in health and access to health care. In fact, according to the World Bank, the life expectancy of Inuit women was on par with Bangladesh, Belize, the Arab Republic of Egypt, Kosovo, Mongolia, and Fiji (The World Bank). The difference between Indigenous and non-Indigenous women’s life expectancy is an average of 6 years which may be a result of the prevalence of smoking, heavy drinking, and high mortality rates (partly due to suicides) in these communities (Kermode-Scott). Overall, it is clear to see through the life expectancy disparities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous women
Miscarriage is a common loss that many women experience all over the world during their childbearing age. In Canada, approximately one out of four women will experience a miscarriage, the most widely recognized kind of pregnancy loss according to the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC, 2011). Miscarriage is a common occurrence in the life cycle of the woman. Exactly how common this experience is, however, is not known exactly. Women’s experience of miscarriage is obvious and distressing, both psychologically and physiologically.
Not only does gender identity weakens them but rather living in a partriarchal society, where gender variation is evident makes them so miserable. According to some studies, due to exclusion, social rejection and harassment, the LGBT community is experiencing so much depression that can lead to suicidal thoughts. According to an Irish study, they find that nearly 60% of LGBT youths are liable in psychological distress. Many researchers claim that poor mental health can increase stress that results in lowered
They die of pneumonia, malaria, diarrhoea and other diseases. Children from rural and poorer households remain disproportionately affected. Children from the poorest 20% of households are nearly twice as likely to die before their fifth birthday as children in the richest 20%. Maternal mortality is a key indicator of health inequity. Maternal mortality is a health indicator that shows the wide gaps between rich and poor, both between and within countries.
The stolen generation has shaped Australian history and culture, it has changed the existence of equality experienced today. The stolen generation refers to the removal of Aboriginal children from their families by the government officials of Australia. They were placed into institutions and catholic orphanages, they were forced into a “white” society. These acts has caused them to experience a violation of culture, loss of identity and loss of family. They have suffered a lot and have endured a lot of loneliness.
The American Dream is still alive by being able to live a middle-class lifestyle and by obtaining it through perseverance and hard-work. Within social mobility, many people fail to have a sense of the realization of the American Dream because of the fewer advantages and more problems minorities have to struggle through. Therefore, our social class affects our ability to realize the American Dream because we face challenges to make ends meet, intersectionality and education because of high status.
Teen Pregnancy in Hopkinsville Hopkinsville has many youth-related issues. Amongst these issues are many health issues that affect teenagers. A major issue in Hopkinsville, as well as all of Christian County, is the alarming amount of teen pregnancies and births. Teen births are an issue in Hopkinsville that usually occur in women ages thirteen to nineteen. In Christian County, the range of births is 79 per 1,000 females.
This can be explained by, “Studies of pregnant women in New York City welfare hotels have shown their babies are twice as likely to weigh less than five pounds at birth when compared to all pregnant women. Low birthweight babies are at greater risk of blindness, deafness, brain damage, and even death”(Hyde 56). Taking this into consideration, homeless children’s academic performance is hindered because of their poor cognitive development and the circumstances of their homelessness, including constant mobility. Math, reading, spelling, and vocabulary tests are the tests that homeless children most often struggle to succeed on and likely result in being held back a year in school(Hart-Shegos 3). This can be seen in Dicey’s Song through Maybeth’s character and the difficulty she has to prosper in school.