SOCI 2001C Walden University Human Rights Advocacy Presentation.
Marger, M. N. (2015). Race and ethnic relations: American and global perspectives (10th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.
- Chapter 17, “Global Issues of Ethnic Conflict and Change” (pp. 481–513)
Pew Research Center. (2016c). Social & demographic trend: Race and ethnicity. Retrieved from: http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/topics/race-and-eth…
Consult the various resources and articles to learn about trends in race and ethnicity.
Use scholarly resources from the Walden Library when researching racial and ethnic experiences in various countries.
Walden University. (2015). SOCI 2001 multicultural dimensions of society course project: Course project. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/soci2001/coursep…
Ted Conferences (Producer). (2010). Stefan Wolff: The path to ending ethnic conflicts [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.ted.com/talks/stefan_wolff_the_path_to…
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 17 minutes.
“Civil wars and ethnic conflicts have brought the world incredible suffering, but Stefan Wolff’s figures show that, in the last 20 years, their number has steadily decreased. He extracts critical lessons from Northern Ireland, Liberia, Timor and more to show that leadership, diplomacy and institutional design are our three most effective weapons in waging peace.”
Southern Poverty Law Center. (2016). Teaching tolerance. Retrieved from http://www.tolerance.org/
Shah, A. (2010). Racism. Global Issues: Social, Political, Economic and Environmental Issues That Affect Us All. Retrieved from http://www.globalissues.org/article/165/racism#Rac…
You can search through the website for examples of racism throughout the world.
Creating a Slide Presentation
Cox, D. A. (2014, April 5). Keynote 2013 full tutorial [Video file]. Retrieved from
Mac for Beginners. (2016). Keynote. Retrieved from http://www.macforbeginners.com/mac-apps/keynote-ba…
Microsoft: Office Support. (2016a). Create your first PowerPoint 2010 presentation. Retrieved from https://support.office.com/en-US/article/Create-yo…
Microsoft: Office Support. (2016b). PowerPoint 2013 videos and tutorials. Retrieved from https://support.office.com/en-us/article/PowerPoin…
Prezi. (2016a). Official Prezi tutorials [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL09A34EF195…
Prezi. (2016b). Prezi support. Retrieved from https://prezi.com/support/
Project: Final Course Project: Presentation
Imagine you are preparing to give a presentation to the United Nations General Assembly or the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights advocating for a racial or ethnic group from a country of your choosing. In the analysis you offer, you want to accomplish the following:
- Provide your audience with an effective summary of the history of the racial or ethnic group you have chosen as it relates to prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation they have experienced in that country. You would want to present in-depth coverage of 2–3 important events or circumstances that shaped this history so as to be compelling to your audience.
- Analyze in-depth 2–3 examples of stereotypes and instances of discrimination that the racial or ethnic group has faced.
- Show proof of inequality by comparing their participation rates, employment levels, poverty rates, and income levels with another racial or ethnic group in that country.
- Convincingly analyze the social, political, economic, and contextual factors that have contributed to the prejudice, discrimination, and assimilation experienced by the racial or ethnic group you have chosen to analyze.
- Describe a possible future scenario of racial and ethnic interaction in the country you chose to examine based on the trends you see emerging in that country. Justify the reasoning behind your outlook.
- Your analysis should involve a racial or ethnic group you chose to discuss in Weeks 3 or 4.
- Support your analysis by making at least five documented references to your course readings and five documented references to scholarly resources found through the Walden Library.
- Follow the examples of documentation in the “Common Reference List Examples” (refer to the Learning Resources in Week 1) and apply proper APA formatting to cite your sources.
- Each slide should be accompanied by substantial notes (within the “Notes” section) that provide greater details into 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.
- For resources on how to create a slide presentation using PowerPoint, Keynote, and Prezi, you can refer to the Optional Resources (Creating a Slide Presentation) this week. If you prefer to use another presentation tool, get approval from your Instructor.
By Day 7
Submit a presentation of 18–20 slides addressing the above requirements.
Submission and Grading Information
To submit your completed Project for review and grading, do the following:
- Please save your Project using the naming convention “WK5Proj+last name+first initial.(extension)” as the name.
- Click the Final Presentation Rubric to review the Grading Criteria for the Project.
- Click the Week 5 Project link.
- Next, from the Attach File area, click on the Browse My Computer button. Find the document you saved as “WK5Proj+last name+first initial.(extension)” and click Open.
- If applicable: From the Plagiarism Tools area, click the checkbox for I agree to submit my paper(s) to the Global Reference Database.
- Click on the Submit button to complete your submission.
To access your rubric:
Final Presentation Rubric
Check Your Project Draft for Authenticity
To check your Project draft for authenticity:
Submit your Week 5 Project draft and review the originality report.
Submit Your Assignment by Day 7
To submit your Project:
Week 5 Project