Option 1 Give several of your friends or family members a quick quiz, asking them what share of the U.S. population is white, Hispanic, African American, and Asian (15/e, page 394). What do you think most white people exaggerate the minority population of this country? Option 2 Do at least two (2) of the requirements a) Explain social construction of race and ethnicity. b) Describe the extent and causes of prejudice. c) Distinguish discrimination from prejudice. d) Identify examples of pluralism, assimilation, segregation, and genocide. e) Assess the social standing of racial and ethnic categories of U.S. society.
Read Walker Percy’s “Loss of the Creature,” which has been posted on Canvas. 2. Draft an opening paragraph that summarizes Percy’s main arguments. What does it mean that “the creature” has been lost? What is the creature? Why is it important? 3. Draft a second paragraph that develops Percy’s ideas. This article, after all, was written in 1954. How might have things changed since the article’s publication? 4. Spend a full day attempting to recover “the creature.” What this means and how you accomplish this is for you to determine on your own. 5. Draft a third and final section […]
Assess the legal implications of moving business abroad specific to your chosen country. What are the advantages and disadvantages of such a move? What are the ethical implications involved in this business decision? Explain how other domestic companies have managed to comply with the U.S. laws related to this business decision in the past. How did these companies address potential compliance issues? For the second part of your summative assessment, you will assume the role of an employee at a fictional company and prepare an executive memo pertaining to the legal and ethical implications of a company doing business internationally. […]
Read and analyze the readings from “Jane Austen-Pride and Prejudice . Write a (1) One Page Critical Thinking paragraph(s) consisting of not more than (1) page in length and answer the following questions in your owns words What was the author’s point? What was the author trying to convince you of in the assigned readings of the text? What is the importance or important points in the assigned readings of the text? What are your thoughts and analysis from the assigned readings of the text? You can add more points or observations, if needed.