Please use the grading rubric to create an outline of your assignment. Each section of the rubric should be a section of your final paper and could become the headings. Your assignment will be graded based on each element of the rubric. Compare each section of your paper with the rubric to ensure all elements are covered. Then, include an introduction and conclusion to tie the paper together.
For Assignment 4, please do the following:
Click on the Enter Sentinel City link on the course homepage and continue your Virtual Experience by taking a bus tour of Sentinel City. Since this is your fourth tour, feel free to choose any bus speed and/or get off the bus at any time to walk around.
After your tour is complete, compile your observations with at least 2 scholarly references, addressing each item listed in the first column of the Assignment 4 Rubric. You are encouraged to add other relevant characteristics you observe that may not be listed in the first column.
As you take the tour, write down your observations, specifically focused on the following subsystems: communication and economics. For more information, please review the required demographics and subsystems listed in the left-hand column of the Assignment 4 Rubric. Meet with Mayor Hill to discuss the subsystems: Communication and economics.
City and/or neighborhood newspapers, community bulletin boards.
Is there evidence of a predominant party affiliation?
Forms of formal and/or informal communication.
Displays or posters that tell about life in the community.
TV/Radio Stations/or other sources of mass communication
Choose and analyze a form of mass communication that would be most effective for educating the public about the causes, symptoms, and prevention of E. coli in the city
Subsystem 8: Economics
Occupational groups: retail, industrial, farming, service, government, or tourism
Signs of high or low unemployment
Do people work in the community or travel to outside communities?
Examine how economics can influence health. Provide examples.
Choose one example from above.
Examines how a community health nurse would address or apply it to the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention