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WHO Definition of Health Article Analysis Essay
The WHO definition of ‘health’
The Neglect of Racism as an Ethical Issue in Health Care
Ethics and Public Health- Forging a Strong Relationship
Papers must be submitted on a word document (Pages is not acceptable). Papers must also be written in 12 point font, Times New Roman, double space with 1 inch margins. Please put your name on the top of the paper and no other headings.
Please see the excerpt below on tips from “How to analyze philosophy”
This section must accomplish the following tasks in the following order. I prefer that you devote a single short paragraph to each task. 1. Identify the article, and describe in one or two sentences what problem(s) it addresses and what view(s) it defends. 2. State precisely which aspect(s) of the article your analysis will address and precisely what you intend to accomplish.
This must not be a vague statement like “I will evaluate the author’s views…” or “I will show where I agree and where I disagree….”. Rather, it must be a very specific and concise statement of the case you intend to make, and the basic considerations you intend to employ in making it. (You will probably find it impossible to write this section before your analysis has gone through the rough draft phase.)
The rules for constructing a summary are as follows: 1. For the most part, you should summarize only those aspects of the article that are relevant to your critique. If you summarize more than that, it should only be because anything less will not provide the reader an adequate understanding of the author’s basic concerns.
Do not produce an unnecessarily lengthy or detailed summary. As a general rule of thumb, the summary and critique will usually be roughly equal in length. 2. The summary must present the author’s views in the best possible light. It must be a thorough, fair, and completely accurate representation of the author’s views.
Misrepresentation of the author’s views, especially selective misrepresentation (i.e., misrepresentation for the purpose of easy refutation) is inappropriate and will be heavily penalized. 3. The summary must contain absolutely no critical comments. (This restriction does not prevent you from expressing some uncertainty about what the author is saying, however. ) 4. The summary should be organized logically, not chronologically.
Each paragraph in the summary will ordinarily present argument(s) the author makes in support of a particular position. This means that, depending on the organization of the article itself, a single paragraph from the summary may contain statements that are made in very different places in the article.
The summary itself should be organized in a way that makes the author’s views make sense. Under no conditions are you to simply relate what the author says the way that s/he says them. A summary that goes something like: “The author begins by discussing…..Then s/he goes on to say……then, etc.” is unacceptable.
Your critique should be organized in a way that reflects the structure of your summary. This is easy to do since you have selected for summary only those aspects of the article about which you have something to say. Be sure your critique obeys the rules laid out in the Writing Style section above. Here are three different approaches to doing a critique.
Briefly summarize the steps you have taken in reaching your conclusions. The conclusion should be very short and it should contain no new information, claims or criticism. This restriction prevents you from making closing comments which are not sufficiently articulated in the body of the paper.