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Using 30 Days as your inspiration, you will have the opportunity to participate

Using 30 Days as your inspiration, you will have the opportunity to participate in 24 hours of intercultural participation and write about your experiences, through a daylong ethnographic experiment. When I use the word “inspiration” I mean just that. You’re not obligated to recreate the “Binge-Drinking Mom” (S1, Ep. 6) episode, for example. But you may find yourself intrigued by the “Animal Rights” episode (S3, Ep. 3) and eat as a Vegan for a day. Coming from the Greek ethnos…

Objective: To experience and observe your reactions to the “not-OK” feelings of

Objective: To experience and observe your reactions to the “not-OK” feelings of disorientation in a strange cultural environment. Rationale: This activity is based on two widely recognized premises: 1. That culture shock is endemic; we cannot inoculate ourselves against it, but we can improve our recover mechanisms, and 2. that “not-OK” feelings, once recognized have a tendency to disappear. Procedure: Within your present cultural environment select a particular location which seems especially “foreign” to you, and plan to visit it.…

For this assignment, please complete the following requirements: You will need

For this assignment, please complete the following requirements: You will need to do research and find someone who has a different personal narrative than your own. This person does not have to be well known, but you will need to find a resource that allows you to discover substantial information about the individual’s life experience so you can compare and contrast it to you own. Do not use a personal acquaintance for this paper. Look to discover someone who has…

Major: Aboriginal Sydney Now This assessment requires students to ‘map’ their l

Major: Aboriginal Sydney Now This assessment requires students to ‘map’ their local community, in order to develop a sense of how Indigenous culture influences local area. As well, the activity is designed to assist students to ‘see’ their communities from an Indigenous perspective. A comprehensive profile will include a range of information including traditional custodians of the land, demographics, Indigenous specific services, places of significance, key community members, and services and organisations relevant to students’ particular discipline area of study…

This essay requires a search for a simple two-part identity term that involves

This essay requires a search for a simple two-part identity term that involves 1 social race/ethnicity category and 1 gender/sexual category. Perform a search of your selected two-part term using Google search. Take notes about what you found. What topics and images seemed to come up most often? What were the result’s rankings? What came up first, most often, or least often? What topics or images did you expect to find? Did those appear or were they absent? Were they…

As we learned in Week 1, one of the ways to help counter the dangers of single

As we learned in Week 1, one of the ways to help counter the dangers of single stories is to try to listen to peoples’ stories, and this week is devoted to understanding the viewpoint of another when in comparison to your own. While you will have a chance to create your own story as a final project in this class, this week you are being asked to research the personal narrative of someone who is different than yours. This…

Watch this TED Talk from Gary Haugen, The Hidden Reason for Poverty the World

Watch this TED Talk from Gary Haugen, The Hidden Reason for Poverty the World Needs to Address Now. Write a 1–2 page paper using what you have learned in this course and at least one external source. Explain your interpretation of the complexity of social class, poverty, and discrimination in terms of the interconnections among race, ethnicity, age, gender, and schooling. How are they related? How are they unrelated? Remember to cite your sources and use appropriate formatting as per…

Week One – Reading: (Banks) Teaching for Social Justice, Diversity, and Citize

Week One – Reading: (Banks) Teaching for Social Justice, Diversity, and Citizenship in a Global World (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. ; and Reading and exercise (NAME) Ethnic Studies or Multicutural Studies? (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Exercise for NAME website article: National Association for Multicultural Educators (NAME) website. Learn about ethnic studies and multicultural education, their interrelated histories, impacts and relationships to multicultural learning. Then type out your answers to the…

For this discussion post you need to watch “Manifest: Justice – Art for Social

For this discussion post you need to watch “Manifest: Justice – Art for Social Change” in the Unit 5 content. This video highlights a 10 day pop-up art and cultural exhibit that took place in Los Angeles. As stated by the organizers (Amnesty International USA, 2015): “MANIFEST:JUSTICE is a creative community exhibition that elevates and illuminates the ongoing conversation about race, mass incarceration, police accountability, racial profiling, healthy communities and gun violence. The themes of MANIFEST:JUSTICE are justice, human rights,…

For this assignment you are required to choose a culture and demonstrate an tho

For this assignment you are required to choose a culture and demonstrate an thorough understanding of its culture and how it relates to international business. You are required to define the culture’s core values, as discussed in class. Discuss any other cultural values you find important to conducting business in this country (ie., verbal and nonverbal communication, business etiquette, etc.) Bibliographies must be included. The paper should be 5-7 pages in length double space. This assignment is due week Ten.…