Complete this worksheet by replacing the bracketed text with the relevant inform

Complete this worksheet by
replacing the bracketed text with the relevant information in each section. Complete parts A and B below, and submit for grading.
Review the Activity Guidelines and Rubric document for additional information.
PART A—Exploring Photovoice and Social Determinants
Website Link: https://www.gapminder.org/dollar-street/matrix
Dollar Street collects photos of
the living conditions for populations throughout the world. This data
illustrates the disparities faced by populations among different social
positions (i.e., economic status). The technique of collecting photos to
document and communicate health disparities is called Photovoice because it advocates for vulnerable or marginalized
populations, giving them a voice through photos. With Photovoice, we are able
to easily visualize the strong relationship to the social determinants of health.
How to use this image database
You may filter the image results
using three (3) filtering options located in the upper left corner next to the
$ sign. The filtering options include:

Image context dropdown menu (default may be
Families)

Image location dropdown menu (default may be World)

A drag-and-drop slider bar to filter the images
by income level (depicted as a street with homes)
While filtering the data and
exploring the information, you may get back to the main screen by clicking on
the $ sign.
Use the image context drop-down
menu, select a context that may have a relationship to health status (e.g.,
toothbrush, bed, toilet, etc.).
Question 1: What context did you select? Why?
[Insert response here]
Next, use the slider bars (on
the street) to focus on only those populations with the lowest income
(throughout the world). Review the images in your search results.
Question 2: What do you see? Describe what you find in
these images.
[Insert response here]
Lastly, use the slider bars (on
the street) to focus on only those populations with the highest income
(throughout the world). Review the images in your search results.
Question 3: How do these images differ from those you reviewed
in question 2?
[Insert response here]
PART B—Analyzing the Social Factors of Health Inequities
Based upon your use of the Dollar
Street website in Part A, please respond to the following questions by
reflecting upon the key differences between the high income and low income
images of your chosen context.
Question 4: How could income level change exposure to health-damaging conditions?
[Insert response here]
Question 5: How could income level change vulnerability from health-compromising situations or
resource-availability issues?
[Insert response here]
Question 6: How could income level change the consequences of becoming ill or
managing illness?
[Insert response here]

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