I Have Upload Form Life Expectancy Questionnaire And Death And Dying Customs And

I have upload form !!

Life Expectancy Questionnaire and Death and Dying—Customs and Beliefs

The first part of the assignment includes an informal assessment of  your personal protective and risk factors associated with aging. This  type of assessment could also be useful for your future client  populations. In addition, you will look at how the response to death and  dying varies widely among individuals and cultural groups. This second  part of the assignment provides additional awareness and insight into  these beliefs and practices.

Part A

Tasks:

Click here to download and complete the life expectancy questionnaire.

Write a 2- to 3-page response paper to your self-assessment. Address the following questions:

  • What is your reaction to your estimated life expectancy?
  • What lifestyle factors positively and negatively contributed to your estimate?
  • How do your personal cultural variables contribute to your estimate?

In addition, specify any modifications you plan to make in response to your estimated life expectancy.

Part B

Tasks:

Conduct research to find cultures different from your own in terms of beliefs and practices related to death and dying.

In a 2- to 3-page paper, describe your personal cultural beliefs and  practices related to death and dying. Choose a culture different from  your own and describe the beliefs and practices related to death and  dying in that culture. In addition, describe how these beliefs and  practices differ from your own. Include two or three peer-reviewed  journal articles to support your opinion.

Submission Details:

  • By the due date assigned, prepare a 5- to 6-page  analysis paper. Your response should rely upon at least three sources  from professional literature. This may include the Argosy University  online library resources, relevant textbooks, peer-reviewed journal  articles, and websites created by professional organizations, agencies,  or institutions (.edu, .org, or .gov). Write in a clear, concise, and  organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate  representation and attribution of sources (i.e., APA format); and use  accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.