Guidelines for the Globalization Project You have already selected a topic for the project. The first task is to describe what the issue is. It is not enough to simply put it on the title of your report. Next, you must explain why you think it is a global issue. To do this, gather data on major facts and trends of your issue for each one of the five domains of the globalization system. The data should be presented in exhibits, and the text should describe your interpretation of the data and the trends. Use the SIB101 LibGuide as a starting point for your research. This is the main part of the report—where you are providing your own analysis of the issue that you have chosen. Your analysis should be based on the systems framework used in the course and thus address the following matters: 1. Interactions: How do the five domains interact with regard to this issue, within this country and across different countries? What is the impact of this issue on globalization? Is it a positive or a negative impact? Pick a few of the interactions and discuss the implications in detail. Explain how the interaction among domains impacts globalization. 2. Convergence / divergence: Does the event or trend seem to integrate the world as one place (convergence) or does it represent countervailing forces seeking to maintain the world as comprised of separate and distinct entities (divergence)? Be sure to explain your reasoning. In this section, you will provide the conclusions stemming from your analysis in the preceding section. More specifically, you should address the following two aspects: 1. Winners/losers: There are often winners and losers in the way an event interacts across the domains. Who are they? Identify them at the three levels of the individual, group (e.g., an organization), and nation. 2. What should we do about the issue you have analyzed? Can we reduce the number of losers and increase the number of winners? What lessons can you derive for the future? All written deliverables, including presentation slides (see below), must be placed by the due date in your group’s file exchange box in Blackboard. Written report: The report should be about 3000 words long. You will therefore be expected to condense a lot of information into a few pages. The 3000 word limit excludes tables, graphs, exhibits, appendices, references, and cover page, if any. In other words, tables, graphs and exhibits do not count towards the word limit and thus there is no limit on their use. You are therefore encouraged to convey information in graphical or non-verbal ways. Creativity will go a long way towards helping you express your ideas in a short report! The 3000 words of the report should be approximately divided as follows:
- Articulation: 500 words
- Cogitation: 2000 words
- Evaluation: 500 words
The paper should have a professional appearance. This means:
- No grammar or spelling errors (including foreign names and words).
- Tables, graphs and exhibits should have a title and give source of data, and should be referenced in the text of the report.
- All references used in the report should be listed in an appendix, in a common format (e.g., MLA).
- All pages (except the cover, if you include one) should be numbered, double spaced, with margins of 1 inch (1”) all around, and 12-pitch font.
- Sections, paragraphs, and other subdivisions of the report should be clearly marked.
Citation convention. Plagiarism will result in severe penalty, which may be up an ‘F’ on the project or result in an inquiry as designated in the Student Handbook. A list of all material used should be provided under ‘Bibliography.’ Books and articles used must have name of author(s), title, publisher, year, name of journal, volume and page numbers, as the case may be. Websites used should be cited with full URL and date accessed. Any verbatim use of material (a phrase/sentence or more) should be within quotation marks in the text and the name of the author and page number given at the end of the sentence in parenthesis. Data should indicate source.
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The goal of this paper is to apply communication concepts and terms to analyze the life of another person by “putting yourself in the shoes of another”. Developing empathy is a process of understanding who someone is (their background, personality, etc) and how they felt in a given situation.
You have been asked to read ONE of the six selected readings for this class. Each of these stories are about individuals who made choices that impacted not only themselves but others. In this paper you will have the opportunity to analyze what you read by completing the following:
In your introduction please describe why you chose the book that you read. What was it that influenced your choice. Please also describe what concepts and terms you will be discussing.
In the body of the paper please first describe the following:
1) Provide a brief cultural historical context. Provide a history of the country that the stories take place. Describe the colonial, racial/ethnic, religious, or socio-economic histories.
2) Provide a description of the macro and micro cultural groups, muted group, and how power is distributed. (Power can be seen as political power, socio-economic power, positional power)
3) Discuss the categorization process that took place within each of the main characters. For example, what were their perceptual filters and how did they categorize others (or how were they categorized by others). Explain how their perceptual categories impacted their decision making. Please use examples from the book to support your points.
4) Explain how the main character acculturated him/herself to the situation/context they were in. Please identify the specific verbal and nonverbal communication strategies they used to adapt/acculturate to their new cultural environment.
In your conclusion please describe what you learned about EMPATHY as a result of reading your selected story. What did you learn about the country/people and were you able to identify with the main character? Were you able to identify with your character cognitively and/or emotionally?
Your paper should be:
1) 4-5 pages in length, typed, double-spaced, one-inch margins and 10- 12 point font.
2) Please organize your paper by using the standard paper formatting structure (introduction, body, conclusion).
3) Please include 3 additional outside resources. Please use standard APA format when citing your sources.
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