V‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍iew “Freedom Writers” for FREE https://digitalcampus.swankm

V‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍iew “Freedom Writers” for FREE https://digitalcampus.swankmp.net/ncc332328/watch/2AF3FB5C8FF9F2B4?referrer=direct PAPER REQUIREMENTS After watching “Freedom Writers” & Manny Scott’s presentation, reflect on a time when you felt an individual did not take your cultural beliefs/culture into consideration. How will you, as an educated student of communication, be considerate of the cultural differences of others? Utilize the theory of symbolic interactionism and the definition of culture/culture lesson in addition to one more theory learned in class to explain your approach(es). You must reference Manny Scott’s Presentation AND the movie “Freedom Writers” within your paper. Write a 3–4-page paper describing your approach(es). Use of lectures, the textbook and outside sources using the library databases will be required. Through this paper, you will: • • Accurately identify at least 2 concepts/theories learned in the lectures (Be sure to cite the lectures!) Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the concepts/theories identified, providing thoughtful responses to this research to back up all claims in a thorough manner. ? In other words – Explain and define the concepts/theories you have identified using your research (citations!). • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of concepts/theories identified using accurate examples of how these concepts/theories are displayed in the film. Explanations need to show a great amount of critical thought. ? In other words – Support your claim that the scene in the movie is displaying the concepts/theories you have identified. ? Properly CITE ALL OF THESE SOURCES USING MLA Format to accurately back-up ALL claims. Include properly structured parenthetical citations and a works cited/bibliography page. ONLY SOURCES FROM THE NCC LIBRARY DATABASES. NO INTERNET SOURCES PLEASE Other important items to keep in mind! • Where applicable, please be sure to give a brief summary of the scene/personal example to which you are referring (Please don’t write more than a paragraph per instance) • Although this paper uses a mainstream movie and real-life examples, at all times you should use scholarly writing and language throughout the paper. Be sure to use the formal names of concepts/theories used in the lecture/textbook. reference 1, lesson 2: Culture What is culture?Culture – a system of shared beliefs, values, symbols, and behaviors. Question: What cultures are you a part of? It is very important to understand that we don’t just mean background or ethnicity when we refer to culture. Look at the definition again and think about everything that culture encompasses. Ex: There is a culture to this class. We have shared beliefs, behaviors, symbols, etc. How is this class different from a face-to-face class? VERY! Because there are different cultures. WE ARE A PRODUCT OF OUR CULTURES! Ex: Culture makes us who we are. In your family, do you take your shoes off when entering your home? That’s a product of your‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ culture. How do you know to turn around and face forward when entering an elevator? Culture! It’s not biological, it’s cultural. Men and women – fail to understand each other because of cultural insensitivity. We have our own cultures, right? Diversity encompasses gender, age, and physical/sexual differences. Dominant Culture and Co-Culture: A dominant culture is a culture within a society whose attitudes, values, beliefs, and customs hold the majority opinion. A co-culture refers to groups of people living within a dominant culture who are clearly different from the dominant culture Example: So, if we refer back to the previous slide, where I asked you to think about the different cultures of which you are a part, you may say (for example) that your dominant culture is your heritage (Italian, Haitian, Greek, Jamaican) because it’s above all how you identify yourself. But, your co-cultures, which also has a system of values and beliefs may be that you’re a student, a brother, a sister, a mother, father, member of a club, avid sports enthusiast, etc. According to Edward T. Hall, cultures differ not only in the languages spoken but also in the degree to which people rely on factors other than words to convey their meaning. Different cultures rely on words to convey most of their meaning, while others rely mainly on context. Low-Context Cultures In Low Context cultures, direct verbal messages are used and speakers are expected to say what they mean. Examples of low-context cultures would be the . and Germany. High-Context Cultures In High-Context cultures, there are indirect meanings and messages are understood by referring to unwritten cultural rules and subtle nonverbal behavior. We have to “read between the lines” much of the time to arrive at a meaning of a message. Examples of high-context cultures would be most Native American, Latin American and Asian Countries. You should understand that culture is not just our backgrounds or heritage. Although that is a good example of culture, it doesn’t stop there. Co-culture is an important piece of culture. Understand that we have “rules” and “cultural rules/norms”. You may hear a similar concept in psychology – “social norms”. By simply understanding the concepts covered in the textbook, along with what was reviewed in this lecture, you will understand a lot of the application of culture in our later lessons. reference 2 lesson 3 and 4 reference 3.: speaking through the body reference 4 Effects of collaboration on the qualities of autobiographical recall in strangers, friends, and siblings: both remembering partner and communication processes matter

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