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1 ASSESSMENT 3 Title: Literature review Value: 40% Length: 1250 words, 150-word leeway Due Date: Midnight Wednesday Week 12 Aim: Write a literature review on one of the four learning outcomes and its...

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1 ASSESSMENT 3
Title: Literature review
Value: 40%
Length: 1250 words, 150-word leeway
Due Date: Midnight Wednesday Week 12
Aim: Write a literature review on one of the four learning outcomes and its impact on Australian Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander’s
health.
Task: Critically analyse published literature of your chosen topic.
Please note:
• Minimum of six journal articles or academic sources.
• Material must be peer reviewed, professional journals or other approved sources, such as text book.
• This literature review is to demonstrate a
oad understanding of different perspectives and viewpoints of the topic.
• This paper does not require you to explore methodologies.
• Please read Core Criteria.
Grading of the assignment:
The following ru
ic will be used to assess your literature review.
Core criteria Excellent Good Satisfactory Limited Unsatisfact
ory
%
Introduction
• Background/overview
• Outline of question or
purpose statement
• Outline the body of
paragraphs
(10-9)
Very
comprehensive,
detailed and
focused
introduction
(8-7)
Highly
detailed and
focused
introduction
(6-5)
Detailed
introduction
(4-3)
Major lack of
key basic
information in
introduction
(2-0)
Lack of
significant
detail in
introductio
n
10
Answering the question or
purpose statement
• Provide a summary of
literature
(20 – 18)
Excellent
succinct link to
cu
ent literature
or data.
(17- 14)
Good link to
elevant
literature or
data.
(13 -10)
Demonstrate
d
understandin
(9 – 4)
Limited
understanding
of core criteria
(3 -0)
Minimal
Understand
ing of
20

• Link literature to key
concepts
g of core
criteria
learning
material
Evidence of Critical Analysis
• Identifies strengths,
and limitations
• Analyse any gaps or
conflicting evidence
(30 -27)
Comprehensive
critical analysis
of strengths, and
limitations of
literature
(26 -21)
Critical
analysis of
strengths,
and
limitations of
literature
(20 -15)
Some critical
analysis of
strengths
and
limitations
ut mostly
descriptive
(14-7)
Limited critical
analysis of
strengths and
limitations but
mostly
descriptive
(6-0)
No critical
analysis of
strengths
and
limitations
ut mostly
descriptive
30
Evidence of impact on health
• Identify and analyse
how this issue
impacted on Australian
Aboriginal and To
es
Strait Islander’s
health.
(30 -27)
Insightful, well-
structured
analysis of
criteria.
(26 -21)
Proficient
analysis in
addressing
core criteria
(20 -15)
Satisfactory
analysis
of core
criteria
(14-7)
Limited
analysis and
comprehensio
n of core
criteria
(6-0)
Minimal
analysis of
core
criteria
30
Written Expression





Referencing

File format, Font, Line
Spacing
(10-9)
Provides
excellent flow of
information
Exemplary
eferencing
Clearly labelled
file
(8-7)
Provides
clear logical
sequencing
of
information
Referencing
conventions
generally
consistent

Clearly
labelled file
(6-5)
Written
expression
and
grammar is
satisfactory
Referencing
conventions
are followed
File format is
satisfactory
(4-3)
Awkward
written
expression
Limited
attention paid
to referencing
File format
does not meet
the
equirements
(2-0)
Written
expression
lacks
clarity.
Absence of
eferencing
Not labelled
as
equested
10
Total This assessment is worth 40% of the total assessment for this
subject.
100

    Literature review
    40%
    1250 words (+/- 10%)
Steps to Get You from Start to Finish:
1) Decide on your area of research and develop a research question             □
Select a topic                                     
Na
ow your focus (allow for adequate research and analysis)             
Your research question should be clear, focused, and complex             
2) Search for the literature                                 □
Investigate and evaluate credible scholarly literature (primary sources only)             Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: Make sure the sources you use are credible, and make sure you read any landmark studies and major theories    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: Material must be peer reviewed, professional journals or other approved sources, such as a textbook.
Focus on abstracts that relate to your topic             Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: Ensure the sources you analyse are directly relevant to your research
Minimum of six journal articles or academic sources    (Max 15)            
3) Evaluate and select sources                                 □
For each publication, ask yourself:
· What question or problem is the author addressing?
· What are the key concepts and how are they defined?
· What are the key theories, models and methods? Does the research use established frameworks or take an innovative approach?
· What are the results and conclusions of the study?
· How does the publication relate to other literature in the field?
Does it confirm, add to, or challenge established knowledge?
· How does the publication contribute to your understanding of the topic?
What are its key insights and arguments?
· What are the strengths and weaknesses of the research?
4) Identify themes, debates, and gaps                            □    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: This step will help you work out the structure of your literature review and (if applicable) show how your own research will contribute to existing knowledge.
· Trends and patterns (in theory, method or results): do certain approaches become more or less popular over time?
· Themes: what questions or concepts recur across the literature?
· Debates, conflicts and contradictions: where do sources disagree?
· Pivotal publications: are there any influential theories or studies that changed the direction of the field?
· Gaps: what is missing from the literature? Are there weaknesses to be addressed?
5) Outline your structure                                     □    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: Depending on the length of your literature review, you can combine several of these strategies (for example, your overall structure might be thematic, but each theme is discussed chronologically).
Chronological    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: The simplest approach is to trace the development of the topic over time. However, if you choose this strategy, be careful to avoid simply listing and summarizing sources in order. Try to analyse patterns, turning points and key debates that have shaped the direction of the field. Give your interpretation of how and why certain developments occu
ed.
Thematic    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: If you have found some recu
ing central themes, you can organize your literature review into subsections that address different aspects of the topic. For example, if you are reviewing literature about inequalities in Aboriginal health outcomes, key themes might include healthcare policy, language ba
iers, cultural attitudes, legal status, and economic access.
Methodological and/or     Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: If you draw your sources from different disciplines or fields that use a variety of research methods, you might want to compare the results and conclusions that emerge from different approaches. For example: Look at what results have emerged in qualitative versus quantitative research. Discuss how the topic has been approached by empirical versus theoretical scholarship. Divide the literature into sociological, historical, and cultural sources
Theoretical    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: A literature review is often the foundation for a theoretical framework. You can use it to discuss various theories, models, and definitions of key concepts. You might argue for the relevance of a specific theoretical approach or combine various theoretical concepts to create a framework for your research.
6) Write your literature review                                 □
Introduction (200 words)
    Background on the topic and its importance
Discuss the scope of the literature you will review (for example, the time period of your sources)
State your objective. What new insight will you draw from the literature?
Body (800 words (Max 1000) / 3-4 Paragraphs)
Subsections & Subheadings    Comment by Hannah Maree Makila: You can use a subheading for each theme, time period, or methodological approach.
· Summarize and synthesise give an overview of the main points of each source and combine them into a coherent whole
· Analyse and interpret don’t just paraphrase other researchers—add your own interpretations where possible, discussing the significance of findings in relation to the literature as a whole
· Critically evaluate mention the strengths and weaknesses of your sources
· Write in structured paragraphs use transitions and topic sentences to draw connections, comparisons and contrasts
Structure:
Topic Sentence
Background
Pivotal Publication
Development of the topic
Critical Evaluation
Debate/conclusion leading into next approach
Conclusion (150 words)                     *No new information.
Summarise key findings and emphasise their significance.
Discuss overall implications of the literature or make suggestions for future research based on the gaps you have identified.
Answer the research question.
Ru
ic




1 ASSESSMENT 3
Title: Literature review
Value: 40%
Length: 1250 words, 150-word leeway
Due Date: Midnight Wednesday Week 12
Aim: Write a literature review on one of the four learning outcomes and its impact on Australian Aboriginal and To
es Strait Islander’s
health.
Task: Critically analyse published literature of your chosen topic.
Please note:
• Minimum of six journal articles or academic sources.
• Material must be peer reviewed, professional journals or other approved sources, such as text book.
• This literature review is to demonstrate a
oad understanding of different perspectives and viewpoints of the topic.
• This paper does not require you to explore methodologies.
• Please read Core Criteria.
Grading of the assignment:
The following ru
ic will be used to assess your literature review.
Core criteria Excellent Good Satisfactory Limited Unsatisfact
ory
%
Introduction
• Background/overview
• Outline of question or
purpose statement
• Outline the body of
paragraphs
(10-9)
Very
comprehensive,
detailed and
focused
introduction
(8-7)
Highly
detailed and
focused
introduction
(6-5)
Detailed
introduction
(4-3)
Major lack of
key basic
information in
introduction
(2-0)
Lack of
significant
detail in
introductio
n
10
Answering the question or
purpose statement
• Provide a summary of
literature
(20 – 18)
Excellent
succinct link to
cu
ent literature
or data.
(17- 14)
Good link to
elevant
literature or
data.
(13 -10)
Demonstrate
d
understandin
(9 – 4)
Limited
understanding
of core criteria
(3 -0)
Minimal
Understand
ing of
20

• Link literature to key
concepts
g of core
criteria
learning
material
Evidence of Critical Analysis
• Identifies strengths,
and limitations
• Analyse any gaps or
conflicting evidence
(30 -27)
Comprehensive
critical analysis
of strengths, and
limitations of
literature
(26 -21)
Critical
analysis
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Solution

Sunabh answered on May 27 2021
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Running Head: NURSING        1
NURSING        8
NURSING
ASSESSMENT 3— LITERATURE REVIEW
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Impact of Historical, Social and Political Processes on Indigenous People in Australia    3
Evidence of Critical Analysis and Impact on Health    5
Conclusion    7
References    8
Introduction
Health is the primary concern for every individual; i
espective of any differences related to cast, community, culture religion and much more. Indigenous population of Australia, especially Aboriginals and To
es Strait Islanders, do not receive the required medical attention or healthcare access. There could be numerous rationales, which could be provided to support the fact that indigenous communities in Australia are neglected in terms of healthcare access.
Improving health status of indigenous population with in Australia had been a longstanding challenge for the government. As a result, the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous population remained unacceptably wide. There are numerous factors, which affect the health equity and facilitate heath inequality among indigenous and non-indigenous population.
Political, social, historical and many other factors could be presented in order to support the fact that indigenous population lacks equal access to primary healthcare as well as possess lower standards of health infrastructure in indigenous community. This literature review will discuss all of these prior mentioned factors, in order to determine and analyse their impact on health of indigenous population. Further, efforts will be made to present a critical analysis of the literature included along with the gaps and limitations in the presented literature.
Impact of Historical, Social and Political Processes on Indigenous People in Australia
    It would be essential to consider that indigenous communities such as Aboriginals and To
es Strait islanders were the first communities to inhabit Australian lands; however, the colonisation had a huge negative impact on these communities. British settlement in Australia led to killing of 90% of native population and this was majorly because native population was forced to leave their lands by British colonisation. However, indigenous communities always had a spiritual connection with their lands; therefore, several wars were fought between the indigenous communities and the British colonisers.
As presented by Dudgeon and Walker (2015), effect of colonisation on the indigenous communities was majorly accompanied by marginalisation of Aboriginals and shrinking of lands, which was unacceptable to these communities. Native population was decimated due to diseases and the pressure implied by these colonist pushed native communities into places where living conditions were much harder for them. This is one of the major factors, due to which native communities still possess fear against non-native communities. As a result, they do not seek medical help or healthcare provided by non-native communities.
    Bain
idge et al. (2015) presented that history as well as social factors never allowed native communities to become empowered. Aboriginals and To
es Strait islanders had to face racism from the non-indigenous communities. This was majorly...
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