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Digital Storytelling

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Digital Storytelling
Amber Artman
Jasmeen Nijjar
Kayla Young

Language Spoken: Over 50% speak Ukrainian and slightly less than 50% speak Russian.

GNI – Gross National Income: $3,960, per capita ($10.85 per day)

Average Life Span: 71 years old

Infant Mortality Rates: 9 per 1,000

Mortality Rates for Children Under Age 5: 10 per 1,000

School Rates:
Preschool Attendance: 101%
Elementary School Attendance: 98%
High school attendance: 86%
College attendance: 80%

Language spoken: Nepali, there are also sixty ethnic groups who collectively speak seventy dialects and eleven major languages (e.g., Tibeto-Burman, Lhotsamkha, Nepalbhasa, Tamang…)

GNI – Gross National Income: $730 US, per capita ($2 per day)

Average life span: 68 years old

Infant mortality rates: 34 per 1,000

Mortality rates for children under age 5: 59 per 1,000

School Rates
Preschool: information is unavailable
Elementary school: 96.2% for males, 91.4% for females
High school: 74.2% for males, 66% for females
College attendance- information is unavailable
Nepal
Olivia
Protective Factor- Family Support
Ukraine
United States: Arizona
Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

GNI – Gross National Income: $53,960 ($147.84 per day)

Average Life Span: 79 years old

Infant Mortality Rates: 6 out of 1,000

Mortality Rates for Children Under Age Five: 7 out of 1,000

School Rates
Rates of Preschool: 74%
Rates of Elementary School: 92%
Rates of High School: 87%
Rate of College Attendance: 94%

Risk Factor - Malnutrition
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Food desert
7 miles from store
Convenience store has poor quality choices
Skips meals to share with his sister
Days without food (McGadney-Douglass, & Douglass, 2008)
Parents have no job
Climate is not good for agriculture
Few imported/exported goods
Can't afford available foods
Aleksander
He skips meals so his younger sister gets food
His parents skip meals so the children have food
Mother resorts to asking family members for money (
McGadney-Douglass, & Douglass, 2008)
Rakshya
Mother skips meals to share with her children (
McGadney-Douglass, & Douglass, 2008)
Food is distributed through children first
Risk Factor - Inadequate Health Care
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
No health care benefits with any of her jobs
Long wait times for free health care clinics (
Lee, Greene, Hsu, Solovey, Grove, Fraser... Teater, 2009)
Relies on public transit (does not own car)
Dangerous environment
Hospital far away
Protective Factor - Mobile Heath Care Access
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Risk Factor - Low Quality Education
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Protective Factor - Community Support
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Risk Factor - Dangerous Environment
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Protective Factor - Caring and Nurturing Mother
Olivia
Aleksander
Rakshya
Rural, undeveloped roads
Hard for cars to drive to needed areas
Lacking easy routes to health services
Mobile Clinics
Free:
Physicals
Vaccinations
Other treatments
Charity resources pooled to distribute:
Medical supplies
Food
Bedding
Clothing
CWCN (Child Watabaran Center Nepal) provides:
Mobile clinic
Hygienic education
Wound care
Graffiti
No grass
Dangerous neighborhood
Barbed wire fences
Old school closed
New school is underfunded
Walk to school is dangerous
Skipping days

Mixed age classroom
Little funding (Doll, Jones, Osborn, Dooley, & Turner, 2011)
Personality doesn’t pull teachers attention
Mother dropped out of school at 9
Neighbor reads to her
Mother is encouraging
Mother has an open line of communication with Olivia’s teachers (Vanderbilt-Adriance, & Shaw, 2008)
Neighbors study together
Neighbors look out for each others safety
Create positive mental environment (Vanderbilt-Adriance, & Shaw, 2008)
Teacher tries to help Rakshya as much as possible
Future husband is kind and patient
He helps her with her homework
Violence
Rioting
Political party affiliation increases risk
Garbage dump becomes a playground
Exposure to toxic materials

Violence (Wadsworth & Santiago, 2008)
Burglary
Stabbings
Gunshots
Graffiti
Mother makes time to spend with Olivia
Mother takes her to parks that are far away to play safely Wadsworth & Santiago, 2008)
Mother keeps him away from rioting
Mother won’t allow her to play in refuse
Spends time with her daughter to keep her busy

Mother skips meals to give food to Olivia (
McGadney-Douglass, & Douglass, 2008)
Mother misses work to make sure Olivia receives government assistance programs for food.
References

Doll, B., Jones, K., Osborn, A., Dooley, K., & Turner, A. (2011). The promise and the caution of resilience models for schools. Psychology In The Schools, 48(7), 652-659.

Lee, M., Greene, G. J., Hsu, K., Solovey, A., Grove, D., Fraser, J., & ... Teater, B. (2009). Utilizing family strengths and resilience: Integrative family and systems treatment with children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral problems. Family Process, 48(3), 395-416.

McGadney-Douglass, B. F., & Douglass, R. L. (2008). Collective familial decision-making in times of trouble: Intergenerational solidarity in Ghana. Journal Of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 23(2), 147-160. doi:10.1007/s10823-008-9064-8

Vanderbilt-Adriance, E., & Shaw, D. S. (2008b). Protective factors and the development of resilience in the context of neighborhood disadvantage. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 36(6), 887-901

Wadsworth, M. & Santiago, C. (2008). Risk and resiliency processes in ethnically diverse families in poverty. Journal of Family Psychology, 22(3), 399-410.
Slide 1:
No images
Slide 2:
http://urbanplacesandspaces.blogspot.com/2006/02/historic-preservation-in-low-income.html
Slide 3:
http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2014/02/photo-of-the-day-kiev-ukraine-before-and-after-2902506.html
Slide 4
http://www.matobo.co.uk/?p=1103
Slide 5:
http://tomandjudyonablog.blogspot.com/2010/11/rich-get-rich-and-poor-get-poorer.html
http://www.risefromashes.org/holodomor/
http://www.risingchildnepal.com/malnutrition-and-food-shortages-in-nepal/
Slide 6:
http://consciouslifenews.com/local-activists-work-restore-community-after-hurricane-sandy-government-failure/1141956/community-support-for-restoration-after-hurricane-sandy/
Slide 7:
http://deskofbrian.com/wp-content/uploads/bad-health-care.jpg
Slide 8:
http://centerfortotalhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/MAS-Mobile-Health-Vehicle.jpg
http://www.merlin.org.uk/supporting-health-workers-nepal
Slide 9:
http://www.city-data.com/forum/city-vs-city/848922-most-ghetto-visually-30.html
http://www.voanews.com/content/bridges-to-donetsk-destroyed-as-ukraine-battles-separatists/1952361.html
http://www.nepaleseabroad.com/nepal-news/nepalese-school-under-flood/
Slide 10:
http://www.uky.edu/~eushe2/Bandura/baneffeffects.gif
Slide 11:
http://home.isr.umich.edu/files/2011/10/sadgirl-1024x685.jpg
http://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2014/jan/25/riots-ukraine-protests-eu-police-in-pictures
http://i.guim.co.uk/static/w-620/h--/q-95/sys-images/Environment/Pix/ columnists/2011/9/12/1315832575592/Suzanne-blog--the-trash-d-007.jpg
Slide 12:
http://glamaross.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/hands-holding-heart.jpg
Image References
Olivia
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