Write a feature article as a personal reflection explaining your own experiences of the principles of Catholic Social Thought and their meaning.

First, you will need to state, define and explain your understanding of 3 or 4 of the principles of Catholic Social Thought that we cover in the unit (400-500 words).

Next, explain, with examples, how the principles you have chosen are evident in communities that you belong to and participate in: this can be a virtual community, but it must be a future professional community (that is the community to which you will belong as a professional when you graduate) (600- 700 words).

Readings for this assessment:

The readings from the four modules available to you via the LEO and through any wider or further reading you wish to include. Please note that you are not required to read outside of the reading list in the unit in order to achieve a high distinction in this assessment task.

General Instructions:

• The nine principles are: the Dignity of the Human Person; the Common Good; the PreferentialOption for the Poor; Subsidiarity; the Universal Purpose of Goods; the Stewardship of Creation; the Promotion of Peace; Participation; Global Solidarity.

• From this assessment you will receive constructive feedback to assist you in completing the assessment 3.

• The article is to be between 1,000-1,200 words in length (penalties will apply for assessments that exceed the word limit and also for late submissions: please see the assessment overview and instructions on LEO) • The feature article may have illustrations/artwork that relate to the content of your article. Try and make your page interesting and engaging for readers.

• All material must be referenced, if it is not original (see the notes on the UNCC100 LEO page for how to reference according to your discipline area).

• References and in-text citations do not count in the word limit.

• Please see the General Instructions on LEO for this assessment

Length and/or format: 1,000-1200 words.

Purpose: Write a feature article as a personal reflection explaining principles of Catholic Social Thought (CST), and how “self” and “community” are interrelated. Learning outcomes assessed: 1. Describe coherently in writing the principles of Catholic Social Thought (CST), and through a Page 10 of 16 personal written commentary, explain how the concepts of ‘self’ and ‘community’ are interrelated. 2. Analyse and evaluate the principles of CST in order to write an argument that shows how issues relating to the dignity of the human person and the realisation of the common good may be addressed by you in your professional practice (i.e., the degree program you are studying) now and in the future

UNCC100 Additional readings for assignment 2

  1. Clark, Meghan J.. Vision of Catholic Social Thought: The Virtue of Solidarity and the Praxis of Human Rights, Fortress Press, 2014. ProQuest Ebook Central.
  2. The Common Good and the Catholic Church’s Social Teaching, 1996.
  3. Donley, SC, Rosemary, Grandjean, Cynthia, Jairath, Nalini, McMullen Patricia and Shelton,Deborah. Nursing and the Common Good,  November-December 2006 Sr.
  4. Kammer, F., The Common Good and Health Care Reform, Health Progress, July-August 2012.
  5. Getting Children Out of Exploitation and Into the Classroom, Global Fund for Children, 2017.
  6. Grace, Gerald, Catholic social teaching should permeate the Catholic secondary school curriculum: an agenda for reform, Journal of International Studies in Catholic Education Volume 5, 2013, Issue 1.
  7. Economic Justice for All, 1986.
  8. Audi, R. (2012). Virtue Ethics as a Resource in BusinessBusiness Ethics Quarterly, 22(2), 273-291.
  9. Collier, Jane, The Virtuous Organization, Business Ethics July 1995, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 143-149.
  10. Global Climate Change: A Plea for Dialogue, Prudence and the Common Good.

The post ASSESSMENT TASK 2 appeared first on My Assignment Online.