Course project part 2-powerpoint presentation

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 Imagine you are preparing to give a presentation to the United Nations General Assembly or the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in which you are advocating for an identity group from a country of your choosing. 

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Sociology: 
Understanding and changing the social world. (2016). University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. https://open.lib.umn.edu/sociology/

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Chapter 10: Race and Ethnicity

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10.4 DiscriminationLinks to an external site.(pp. 350–349) https://open.lib.umn.edu/sociology/chapter/10-4-discrimination/

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Chapter 10: Race and Ethnicity

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10.5 Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the United States Links to an external site.(pp. 360–365) https://open.lib.umn.edu/sociology/chapter/10-5-racial-and-ethnic-inequality-in-the-united-states/

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Chapter 10: Race and Ethnicity

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10.6 Race and Ethnicity in the 21st Century Links to an external site.(pp. 366–375) https://open.lib.umn.edu/sociology/chapter/10-6-race-and-ethnicity-in-the-21st-century/

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Horowitz, J. M., Brown, A., & Cox, K. (2019). 

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The role of race and ethnicity in Americans’ personal livesLinks to an external site.
. Pew Research Center. https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/2019/04/09/the-role-of-race-and-ethnicity-in-americans-personal-lives/

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Silver, L., Fetterolf, J., & Connaughton, A. (2021). 

Diversity and division in advanced economiesLinks to an external site..
 Pew Research Center.
 https://www.pewresearch.org/global/2021/10/13/diversity-and-division-in-advanced-economies

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The Pluralism Project. (2020). 

From diversity to pluralismLinks to an external site.
. https://pluralism.org/from-diversity-to-pluralism

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Media

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Masaman. (2019, August 29). 

New races/ethic groups that might exist in the futureLinks to an external site.
 [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBccuYTb_RE

Note: The approximate length of this video is 12 minutes.

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Pew. (2016, July 18). 

Global trends: New demographics and their implicationsLinks to an external site.
 [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGoGSw0CbyY

Note: The approximate length of this video is 54 minutes.

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Submit a presentation of 18–20 slides addressing the below requirements:

· Provide your audience with an effective summary of the history of the identity group you have chosen as it relates to prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation its members have experienced in that country. You want to present in-depth coverage of two or three important events or circumstances that shaped this history so as to be compelling to your audience.

· Analyze in-depth two or three examples of stereotypes and instances of discrimination that the identity group has faced.

· Show proof of inequality by comparing the group’s participation rates, employment levels, poverty rates, and income levels with another identity group in that country.

· Analyze the social, political, economic, and contextual factors that have contributed to the prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation experienced by the identity group you have chosen to analyze.

· Describe a possible future scenario of identity group interaction in the country you chose to examine based on the trends you see emerging in that country. Does the country trend toward multiculturalism or pluralism?

· Justify the reasoning behind your outlook.

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· Your analysis should involve an identity group you chose to discuss in Week 3 or Week 4.

· Support your analysis by making at least 
five documented references to your course resources and 
five documented references to credible resources found through the 
Walden LibraryLinks to an external site..

· Each slide should be accompanied by substantial notes (within the “Notes” section under the slide) that provide greater details about each point addressed in that slide.

· Use pictures and graphics only if they add to the effectiveness of your presentation.

· All external sources (data, quotes, images, graphics, etc.) need to be properly cited.

· Click for additional guidance on 
citing resourcesLinks to an external site..

· Click for additional guidance on building a 
reference listLinks to an external site..

Don’t forget to proofread and spell-check both the slides and the notes before submitting.
Submit a presentation of 18–20 slides addressing the below requirements:

· Provide your audience with an effective summary of the history of the identity group you have chosen as it relates to prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation its members have experienced in that country. You want to present in-depth coverage of two or three important events or circumstances that shaped this history so as to be compelling to your audience.

· Analyze in-depth two or three examples of stereotypes and instances of discrimination that the identity group has faced.

· Show proof of inequality by comparing the group’s participation rates, employment levels, poverty rates, and income levels with another identity group in that country.

· Analyze the social, political, economic, and contextual factors that have contributed to the prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation experienced by the identity group you have chosen to analyze.

· Describe a possible future scenario of identity group interaction in the country you chose to examine based on the trends you see emerging in that country. Does the country trend toward multiculturalism or pluralism?

· Justify the reasoning behind your outlook.

Note:

· Your analysis should involve an identity group you chose to discuss in Week 3 or Week 4.

· Support your analysis by making at least 
five documented references to your course resources and 
five documented references to credible resources found through the 
Walden LibraryLinks to an external site..

· Each slide should be accompanied by substantial notes (within the “Notes” section under the slide) that provide greater details about each point addressed in that slide.

· Use pictures and graphics only if they add to the effectiveness of your presentation.

· All external sources (data, quotes, images, graphics, etc.) need to be properly cited.

· Click for additional guidance on 
citing resourcesLinks to an external site..

· Click for additional guidance on building a 
reference listLinks to an external site..

· Don’t forget to proofread and spell-check both the slides and the notes before submitting.

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BEFORE submitting your finished project for grading, go to next week’s Discussion forum and post a short summary of your project AND attach the finished project file. We will be using the projects as the basis of the Week 6 Discussion.

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BEFORE submitting your finished project for grading, go to next week’s Discussion forum and post a short summary of your project AND attach the finished project file. We will be using the projects as the basis of the Week 6 Discussion.

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