A‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ssessment Details Considering that several topics will be c

A‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ssessment Details Considering that several topics will be covered during the module, students will be asked to write their coursework on a particular topic of their choice. They will be asked to review the contemporary publications and develop a case-study related to a particular topic. Thus, there work will be based on the developed case-study. Students will present their ideas on the case studies during workshops and receive formative feedback from lecturers and peers. Summative assessment 3,500 words analysis of the chosen topic: including a case-study, issues related to the case-study, service provision and policy implications (LO 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5). Your assessment must include: ? An introduction that includes an overview of the topic to be discussed, and signposting the work for the reader ? Your case-study should include only relevant issues to your chosen topic ? Your discussion on the topic should not be based on your own subjective opinions ? Your case-study and discussion should demonstrate that you have read widely around the subject ? Your assignment should only include credible academic sources ? You must adhere to the Harvard referencing system ? You must present a balanced critical discussion ? You must end your assignment with a conclusion Assignment Guidance Your assignment for this module must include the following: 1. An Introduction: This should sign post the reader through the order and content of the assignment . “This assignment paper will devise a study-case scenario based on intimate partner violence. It will then present and critique theories on intimate partner violence; discuss the ethical principles and their application to intimate partner violence and finally it will critique the relevant policies and legislation that relate to this topic” 2. A Case-Study: this should illustrate your chosen topic; if you choose to use a real life case then you will need to ensure confidentiality and anonymity and use pseudonyms . “Jenny is an unsupported single parent and lives with her three children in social housing in an inner London borough. Jenny has recently separated from her long term partner, who is the father of her last child, after several years of living in a physically and emotionally abusive and violent relationship…” 3. Issues: A critical discussion of the issues raised in your case-study . ? Prevalence and extent of this problem in the UK / England ? Critical related health issues outcomes ? Causes and socio-economic factors ? Theories /concepts related to this case-study ? Experiences of service delivery / provision and utilisation ? Ethical issues and principles . beneficence/justice etc. The prevalence of intimate violence in the UK is… Mirlees & Black (1999) state that maternal age, low income…… are risk factors for intimate partner violence. Dobash (1979) propose that intimate partner violence is primarily the result of a patriarchal system which exerts men’s domination and control over women The ethical issues and principles that relate to this case-study include… Autonom‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍y ~ ‘the concept that people should be self-governing’ and make their own decisions’ Justice ~ ‘individuals should be given what they deserve or what they have a right to expect’ Non-maleficence ~ ‘the requirement not to harm others’ Beneficence ~ ’the requirement to do good, or create benefit’ (Beauchamp & Childress, 2009) Deontology (duty or obligations) ‘Reason exists independently of experience and that the right use of reason is directed towards moral ends…Reason moves us to act out of duty for its own sake and independently of any thought about the consequences’. (Kant 1724 Utilitarianism – doing what will produce the greatest good) ‘Utility, or the greatest happiness principle, holds that actions are right in proportion as they tend to promote happiness, wrong as they tend to produce the reverse of happiness. By happiness is intended pleasure and the absence of pain; by unhappiness, pain and the privation of pleasure’ (Mill 1962). 4. Criticality: A critique of relevant government policies /legislation; it is imperative not to just describe the policies / legislation you must critique them . their strengths and limitations, impact and the implications . “In response to the growing need to address the issue of … the Equality Act (1998) was introduced; the aim of the Act (1998) is to … The limitations of the Equality Act (1998) include……” This discussion must be based on evidence not your own subjective opinions! This critique must also show the influence of government policy and legislation on service delivery/ provision and utilisation (user involvement) You can find critiques of polices and legislation at organisations such as the ? Kings Fund, ? Audit Commission (now obsolete but some material still exists) ? Peer reviewed articles ***NB: You should also consider carefully to include other relevant concepts studied on the Module such as marginalisation, discrimination, vulnerability, negligence, stigmatisation, empowerment, mistreatment, etc 5. Conclusion: This must sum up your discussion and the findings (re-cap the key aspects of the paper) based on the evidence you have critiqued. You should not introduce new information at this stage. 6. References: You must adhere to the University’s Harvard referencing system . ? the last name of the author or the name of the organisation ? the year of publication ? page numbers if it’s a direct quote . Husbands (2018) The References page should include: ? The last name or organisations name ? Initial/s ? Year of publication or year downloaded ? The name of the article/chapter or publication or book title ? The publishers name . Palgrave ? The location of the published . London, . Husbands (2018) Harvard Referencing Style in Higher Education. London. You will be given the opportunity to discuss your proposed case-study with your seminar leader during the assignment workshop; please remember to devise your plan in advance which should include: ? your chosen topic ? your introduction and the case-study ? the relevant theories/‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍concepts ? ethical principles ? relevant policies/legislation

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