Multicultural Matrix And Analysis Worksheet
Resources: Culturegrams database
Select and research six ethnic groups in Culturegrams. Use the following instructions to access Culturegrams:
- After clicking on University Library, click on Country Profiles and Economic Data, listed under Library Resources.
- Click Culturegrams.
- Navigate Culturegrams using the map or use the search option for specific terms.
Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet..
Write a 350- to 700- word analysis of the advantages of a multicultural society and labor force.
Format your analysis according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.
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|Multicultural Matrix and Analysis
SOC/315 Version 5
University of Phoenix Material
Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet
Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix.
Part II: Write a summary.
Part III: Format references consistent with appropriate course-level APA guidelines.
||What is the group’s history in the United States?||What is the group’s population in the United States?||What are some attitudes and customs people of this group may practice?||What is something you admire about this group’s people, lifestyle, or society?|
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Summarize what you learned from this activity in a 350- to 700-word analysis of the advantages of a multicultural society and labor force. Use the following questions to guide your writing:
· How has U.S. society used each group’s culture to construct the group identity? How has each group been stereotyped? How accurate are these stereotypes?
· How does the social concept of race relate to each group? What prejudice has each group faced?
· How do the behavior and thinking patterns of U.S. culture apply to each group, especially regarding class systems and employment?
Write your analysis here:
Format your sources consistent with appropriate course-level APA guidelines.
Write the references for your sources here:
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