RACE ARTICLE ANALYSIS PROJECT
Throughout the course, students should have gained an understanding of various sociological topics, such as gender, racial, class, and cultural inequalities. This Race project allows students to find relevant racial/ethnic -related examples, either in local communities or on a global scale, through accredited news articles or scholarly journals in order to apply their knowledge gained from the course and then explain why those actions or behaviors occurred in the selected articles. Thus, students will continue to be actively engaged in applying their sociological knowledge, even after the course has ended.
WHEN WRITING UP AND SUBMITTING IN YOUR ASSIGNMENT, DOWNLOAD OR COPY THE DOCUMENT AND PLEASE ANSWER RIGHT BELOW EACH NUMBERED QUESTION. I WANT TO SEE YOUR RESPONSE TO EACH QUESTION.
Each answer should be 3 or more sentences. Each answer should have a thoughtful reflection. Write college-level sentences to reach the 3-sentence requirement.
Here are two examples of responses:
Bad example: Rent is $100. I can afford it. It is in my budget.
Good example: The rent for the location that I have selected is $100. This is a lot cheaper compared to other rental locations in my area. The reason why the rent is cheap is because it only has one bedroom. (Do not use this example or make one similar to it. It would be considered plagiarism)
For each answer, you will be able to find the information in your textbook to help construct a detailed answer and relate it back to the sociological content. Do no use your own personal opinions.
Each response needs to relate back to race/ethnicity and sociology.
Throughout the course, save accredited news articles or scholarly journals that are relevant to the course material. (No answer needed for #1).
The articles must discuss about or relate back to race and/or ethnicity.
The articles must relate to any social concept relating to the U.S. or globally.
The news article must be from an accredited new source or scholarly journal.
Save the news article on your