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Before beginning this Art Journal, be sure to view the supplement Web Link The Art of Machu Picchu & Sculptures in a Volcano!?

This documentary looks into how we, as humans, are often attempting to beautify our natural surroundings in ways that reflect us. Culture, time, and materials are looked at, as many of these artworks span from different periods of human civilization.

Journal Questions:

Describe which artwork/s or segment/s made strong impressions upon you while watching the film. You are not limited to just one.

How did the artwork/s or segment/s make you feel and/or think of?

Did this film open your eyes or challenge your views regarding how humans often attempt to make nature better in any way?

Do not go to Google for answers to the questions or supporting information. The journal experience is about you telling me your very own thoughts and opinions while viewing the documentary film.

If any portion of your entry is not yours, meaning you used/referred to other sources, your journal entry will receive a zero.

Writing your Essay:

Write a short essay that answers the above questions and provide comments about your own viewing experience.

Quality is better than quantity. Be sure to stay on task. Citing and quoting from the film may prove helpful as does referring to particular time segments (at 12:16 when such and such is mentioned) when the name of the artwork might be in question or to better support your idea. The purpose of this exercise is to promote critical thinking. Be sure to provide detailed and supportive answers.

The best method for entering your essays into canvas is to cut and paste them after they have been through spell checking and translating.

Poor spelling and grammar will result in the loss of points. Entries with any errors in spelling and grammar will receive no higher than 20/25. Be sure to make your entries perfect.

DO NOT attach word docs or pdf files. Attached files that require downloading for viewing will NOT be looked at and will earn a zero.

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Discussion Three-Vaccines and Motivational Interviewing

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Sometimes medical/public health discoveries/recommendations fly in the face of cultural norms, superstition, and fear. The good modern day example of this that I can think of is the vaccine controversy.

We live in a country where vaccine coverage has been (up until this point) so complete that we as a society probably cannot appreciate the reason vaccines were invented in the first place…to save lives. They were invented because in the past many children were permanently injured or even died from those illnesses in surprising numbers.

Until recently, vaccines have eliminated much of this morbidity and mortality in the United States. Unfortunately, since these diseases have not been eradicated globally (like smallpox was, with vaccines) countries where people do not have the vaccine coverage that we had are still experiencing these epidemics, often with devastating consequences. All we have to do is a little math to realize: (unvaccinated Americans + a trip abroad) + (unvaccinated Americans + international tourism in the US) = re-surgence of childhood diseases like measles.

So…it really doesn’t matter if you never leave San Diego County…or go to Disneyland…once it starts here ALL unvaccinated individuals are at risk.

Your assignment for Discussion 3 is to watch this Ted Talk:Hippos, Measles and Smallpox…oh my! (Links to an external site.) and then answer the following questions:

1. What is your opinion on vaccines? Has this video changed your opinion regarding childhood vaccinations?

2. Tell us your opinion with SUPPORT:

CON. If you are opposed to vaccines, please give one reason why you oppose vaccines WITH A REFERENCE that supports your argument.

PRO. If you are NOT opposed to vaccines, give one example of why vaccines are essential WITH A REFERENCE that supports your argument (besides this Ted Talk).

Then read this article on Motivational Interviewing (Links to an external site.). It discusses why trying to “convince” people can backfire.

3. Describe a technique used motivational interviewing.

4. Using Motivational Interviewing techniques, write a question to open the vaccine conversation with someone who has the opposite view. ,

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