module 2; MORAL INSECURITY AND CONTEMPORARY CONFLICT: HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES

 

Here are the concepts that were discussed in this lesson. Review each word and, in your own words, explain what it means

Morality

  • Modernity
  • Religion
  • Tradition
  •  

What I mean is very simple. This is an opportunity for you to think carefully and slowly about what we are studying in a given week. We often ask you as students to problem solve, strategize, or think “critically” by identifying problems or issues, but we rarely ask you to step back and let your mind wander over a topic that has caught your imagination, or that may be made you uneasy because of its implications.

 

What I want to see you do is engage in an older, more personal sense of thinking than what we often do today. As Hannah Arendt, one of our authors in this course would say: thinking can involve entering into a dialogue with yourself, asking questions about what it is that has caught or bothered you, and exploring those questions on your own, interacting with your own thoughts away from group activities and discussion boards.

 

Assessment criteria and submission requirements

 

You will be graded on the quality of your effort as it shows up in your entries, not the outcome of what you produce. If you show that you have genuinely engaged with the readings and key course themes, then you will be doing well. No research is required, but you must do the following:

 

you must submit a minimum of 2 entries of at least 750 words each (though there is no maximum length).

  • Your top 2 entries will be counted in your final grade totaling 10%

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1) Dangerous Security?

2) Moral Insecurity and Contemporary Conflict: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives.

3) Morality Beyond Cultural Resources: Biology, Psychology and the Critical Power of Thought.

 

What I mean is very simple. This is an opportunity for you to think carefully and slowly about what we are studying in a given week. We often ask you as students to problem solve, strategize, or think “critically” by identifying problems or issues, but we rarely ask you to step back and let your mind wander over a topic that has caught your imagination, or that may be made you uneasy because of its implications.

 

What I want to see you do is engage in an older, more personal sense of thinking than what we often do today. As Hannah Arendt, one of our authors in this course would say: thinking can involve entering into a dialogue with yourself, asking questions about what it is that has caught or bothered you, and exploring those questions on your own, interacting with your own thoughts away from group activities and discussion boards.

 

Assessment criteria and submission requirements

 

You will be graded on the quality of your effort as it shows up in your entries, not the outcome of what you produce. If you show that you have genuinely engaged with the readings and key course themes, then you will be doing well. No research is required, but you must do the following:

 

  • you must submit a minimum of 2 entries of at least 750 words each (though there is no maximum length).
  • Your top 2 entries will be counted in your final grade totaling 10%

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Students are required to maintain weekly reflective narratives throughout the course to combine into one course-long reflective journal that integrates leadership and inquiry into current practice as it applies to the Professional Capstone and Practicum course.  In your journal, you will reflect on the personal knowledge and skills gained throughout this course. The journal should address a variable combination of the following, depending on your specific practice immersion clinical experiences:

1.New practice approaches

2.Intraprofessional collaboration

3.Health care delivery and clinical systems

4.Ethical considerations in health care

5.Population health concerns

6.The role of technology in improving health care outcomes

7.Health policy

8.Leadership and economic models

9.Health disparities

Students will outline what they have discovered about their professional practice, personal strengths and weaknesses that surfaced, additional resources and abilities that could be introduced to a given situation to influence optimal outcomes, and finally, how the student met the competencies aligned to this course.  While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.  This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.  You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

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