Your Interview Summary and Critical Analysis and Reflection should be 2–3 pages in length, double-spaced, written in paragraph form, and should contain the following information:
Briefly summarize your interview. Who did you interview and how did you choose this individual? Describe the focus of your interview. Did it include a discussion of: race, gender, sexual orientation, class, religious preference, socioeconomic status, cultural traditions/beliefs, etc.? This section of your project should address background information and be no more than two to three paragraphs in length.
Reflect upon your interview in terms of your own evolving conception, critical thinking and research of human relationships in our diverse society.
What did you learn from the interviewee? Did your interview touch upon any of the topics or discussions had in CJ 246 during the past 9 weeks? Did you find your interviewee to be a skilled critical thinker and researcher on the diverse topics you discussed?
Analytically reflect on how interviewing, open discourse, and questioning are valuable skill when it comes to critical thinking and researching any and all areas of diversity.
Critical Research and Vision:
Your Critical Research and Vision should be 2–3 pages in length, double-spaced, written in paragraph form, and should contain the following information:
Provide solutions and examples to help extinguish societal oppression
Discuss a convincing vision to advance human relationships. This can be based off your own critical research of the interview or from your exchanging of ideas with the interviewee.
Include an Appendix that contains your interview notes, the specific questions asked and the responses as well as follow-up questions and responses. If you videotaped your interview and would like to include a workable link for the instructor to view your taped interview, this may be provided in lieu of the appendix. Also include any research that you conducted for the interview. This section is not included in the page number count.
Directions for Submitting Your Assignment
Compose your presentation in Microsoft Word and save your document in the following format: Last name First name Assignment. (Example: SmithJohn Unit 9 PAssignment 2).