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Answer each discussion post question(170 words each question):
Extremely Important: Please read carefully below.
Horizontal and Hierarchical mutual respect is expected of every member of this course.
Original posts must possess a subject line related to the topic.
Posts should be responding to the topic. Try to read all messages in the thread before responding.
Acknowledge receipt of messages from colleagues and respond promptly. Don’t over-do it.
Personal information must be kept confidential to members of this class.
No duplicating another person’s post, individual posts should be original.
No short replies like “I agree.” Every response should follow a critical approach stating if, and why you support / do not support the argument. Give day-to-day life examples to support your argument.
Mutual respect between respondents is expected even in cases of disagreement.
Personal insulting or demeaning remarks are not allowed on any discussion forum.
Sarcasm must be avoided as it may be subject to misinterpretation.
Meaningful, un-insulting icons or intensifiers like a happy face, 🙂 for humor or LOL for ‘laugh out loud’ are welcome. All materials including photos should be edited before posting.
Give credit for all referenced materials.
1. Ch. 7 Discussion Topic Revealed in this module’s course material is that, the real problem with physical and mental impairment is not physical, but social – say the way people with abled bodies view people with disabilities, and then institutionalize these views, which limits access and creates barriers that interferes with the potential of people with disabilities. Explain while giving examples from day to day life experiences. 2. Ch. 11 Movie: In Sickness and in Wealth About the movie featuring “In Sickness and in Wealth” – Introduction: What are the connections between healthy bodies, healthy bank accounts and skin color? The opening episode travels to Louisville, Kentucky, not to explore whether medical care cures us, but to see why we get sick in the first place, and why patterns of health and illness reflect underlying patterns of class and racial inequities. Discussion Topic Based on the movie “In Sickness and in Wealth”, debate to what extent individuals should be held responsible for their health and actions if these are shaped by their opportunities and circumstances.