Project #160648 - Ethnic Studies

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Due By (Pacific Time) 12/18/2016 06:00 pm

RTC/ADM Paper 3 This assignment is the same as RTC/ADM Paper 1 and 2, except this time: ü choose from the required material from Weeks 11- 17 ü follow the special instructions below ü complete the 3 additional items below Special Instructions 1 During week 12, you also had assigned PDF readings. Pretend like these PDF readings were articles in RTC. You may choose “Families on the Frontier,” “Bonds of Sisterhood, Bonds of Oppression,” and/or “South of the Border Down Mexico Way” to discuss instead of RTC selection(s). Weekly Addresses are not eligible. In other words, you still have to do (2) total write-ups just like in RTC/ADM 1, but one or both of these writeups could be from PDF articles. For example, you could do: • 2 RTC articles • 1 RTC article and 1 PDF (using the questions below) –or- • 2 PDF articles (using the questions below) Since these PDFs don’t have a “Questions to Consider” section, use these questions instead • Use Hondagneu-Sotelo’s article “Families on the Frontier” to discuss how globalization is gendered and racialized. • For “Bonds of Sisterhood, Bonds of Oppression” and/or “South of the Border Down Mexico Way,” discuss how labor is gendered and racialized. Discuss how women of color are socially constructed by employers. Special Instructions 2 All students are required to respond to RTC articles #49 and #50 when they complete the additional items below. Therefore, when you choose your RTC articles for the first part of this assignment do not choose #49 or #50, since you will already be writing about them (see next page for example). 3 additional items for RTC/ADM 3 1. Answer the “Questions to Consider” for RTC article #49, “Policy Steps Towards Closing the Gap” 2. Answer the following questions for RTC article #50, “Ten Things You Can do to Improve Race Relations” • What do you think of Gallagher’s suggestions overall? • Which suggestions do you think are the most effective? Least effective? Why? • What would you add to this list and why? 3. Write a personal reflection • Consider the following questions to get you started. You do not need to answer each one of these questions, but you should use them as a guide to structure your response: What was it like taking this class? How did you feel about the material that you learned about? Did you learn anything new or think about anything in a different way? How did this material relate to your life and/or community? Anything else you would like to share?


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