1) Why do women tend to internalize problems and develop mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, and eating disorders as related in the Rosenfield and Smith article? Remember that the authors are arguing for the sociological and historical reasons for these differences, NOT the Freudian argument. (Go to Rosenfeild and Smith article … attachment 1) 2) Bernard Lown in his article The Commodification of Health Care argues that many factors have led to health care becoming a business rather than a healing profession. The factors that he discusses in the transitions include: • growing patient dissatisfaction with a depersonalized system discuss how they have led to the commodification of health care by drawing from the Lown article. You should summarize your example in your own words. ( Go to Bernard Lowen article , The commodification of health care … attachment 2) 3) The claim of modern medicine is that it is responsible for increases in life expectancy, decreases in infant mortality rates, and the reductions of life-threatening diseases like TB, diphtheria, and dysentery over the past 150. Illich disputes this claim. Describe what HE thinks is the cause of these health improvements. Be specific by using data and other material from the Illich reading to make the case that modern medicine has had little to do with such advances. ( Go to The Epidemics of Modern Medicine… attachment 3) 4) What does Rosenhan mean that you cannot understand mental illness without understanding the environmental context in which a person with a diagnosis lives in? Use specific examples from his article to explain this. (Go to Rosenhan article On being Sane in Insane Places …attachment 4) 5) What singular (SINGULAR!) piece of evidence from the article “Extreme Isolation” shows that human development MUST be environmental, not biological? Hint: it is something that Anna and Isabelle had in common. ( Go to Extreme Isolation.. attachment 5)