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This is a project Paper MEET A COMMUNITY MEMBER FROM A DIFFERENT ETHNIC BACKGROUND THAN YOURS Please kindly follow all the process listed below There are many minority students from the ethnic group c
This is a project Paper
MEET A COMMUNITY MEMBER FROM A DIFFERENT ETHNIC BACKGROUND THAN YOURS
Please kindly follow all the process listed below
There are many minority students from the ethnic group communities we have studies in this class (native to the U.S., children of immigrants, and foreign-born studying here) who attend our campus. There are also many more who live in our community. You can locate them in many places. Those who live here own a variety of businesses, they work in the health care, tourism, educational, banking, service, agricultural and other fields.
(Attention, please choose a person from another ethnic group/culture than your own)
As you meet the person you are interviewing, answer the following questions:
Stage 1 (10 points): a-Please identify the person you will be interviewing: i.e., what is his/her/their name? b-Please state how you contacted him/her/them (friend of yours, an acquaintance, referral, a neighbor, etc.)c-Please write the date upon which the interview with that person will take place?
Stage 2 (10 points): Please have the interview completed. Upload notes, even if they were handwritten notes or a recorded interview.
Stage 3 (10 points):Please post the first draft of the interview
Stage 4 (120 points): Please post the completed interview
1-What is his/her/their background (name, age, profession, origins)? Is he/she/they a recent immigrant, the son/daughter of an immigrant, are his/her/their parents natives to the U.S.) (200) words - 15 points)
2-How does he/she/they go about practicing his/her/their culture and traditions in the U.S.? Is it easy? challenging? unique in any particular way? (200 words - 15 points)
3-What are his/her/their aspirations? In YOUR opinion, are they any different from those who are from other ethnic backgrounds? (200 words - 15 points)
4-What are his/her/their greatest fears? Does he/she/they worry about the political climate in the U.S.? (200 words - 15 points)
5-Has that person faced any religious or ethnic based discrimination or bullying? If so, how did he/she/they deal with them? If not him/her/they, does he/she/they know any of his/her/their friends who experienced discrimination or bullying? What was the nature of the bullying/discrimination? (200 words - 15 points)
6-If he/she/they or one of his/her/their family/friends had faced discrimination, has he/she/they ever reported it to a-his/her/their family, b-to his/her/their administrators (at school or work place) and/or c-official authority (police, FBI, civil rights group, etc.) If yes, how did he/she/they go about it. If not, why didn't he/she/they report the incident? (200 words - 15 points)
7-What did you learn from this interview? Did it affect you in any way? Is there any reflection you would like to share? (200 words - 30 points)
Occasionally, you may find that you couldn't answer a particular question in more than 100-150 word. If this happens, it is not a problem, just expand your answer in another question, however, your TOTAL interview assignment should be around 1,400 words. Please write the total number of words at the top of your paper in stage 4. If you choose to include the questions in your paper, please don't add them to the total word count.
Occasionally, you may end up interviewing someone who is not 18 years old yet. If that is the case, please make sure to receive his/her/their parents'/guardian's consent to the interview first.