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The purpose of journaling is to make you an active participant in your learning experiences as you engage in the various activities throughout the course’s readings, activities, and discussions with your

Introduction to the Reflective Journal
A reflective journal is simply a record of your thoughts. It is a reflection of the way you think and the
manner in which you respond to your learning.
Journals can consist of traditional note taking, mind maps, pictures, stream-of-consciousness writing,
recordings, quotes, sketches, or drawings: whatever you choose to include. Experiment and have fun.
The purpose of journaling is to make you an active participant in your learning experiences as you
engage in the various activities throughout the course’s readings, activities, and discussions with your
instructor and your fellow students. Reflecting upon these learning events will help you gain a deeper
understanding of the course materials and help integrate your learning into applied practice in your
everyday life and work.
Throughout the course, we will remind you to write in your journal, as we want to be sure you are
actively learning the material. To assist you, we have provided you with questions you can ask yourself
in order to get your creative energies flowing. Reflective journaling is an activity you can and should
complete on a regular or daily basis, even outside of our scheduled course activities.
Common Questions Used for Reflective Journaling
• In your view, what were the most important points in the readings, videoclips, or discussions
with your fellow students and instructor?
• What information did you already know?
• What new knowledge, ideas, or perspectives have you gained?
• What information was easy to remember or learn? Why?
• What concepts did you find more difficult? Why?
• How can you apply this knowledge to your work or current experience?
• How has this knowledge helped you to make sense of your current or previous experience?
• Has your understanding of a personal or work-related situation changed after studying these
concepts?
• Did you agree or disagree with any of the material? If yes, how did you react and why?
• If you could have the opportunity to engage in further learning, what would it be?
• What further questions would like to ask the author of your readings?
• What other articles, books or discussions would be of interest?
For any journal assignments in your courses, please refer to the specific questions and/or grading
criteria to help you in your writing.

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Standard Assignment Requirements:
You still need to write at least 275 words (Extra Credit 5 points for 275 words) NOW, if you look to the bottom right of this box, you will see a word count. Pay attention to the word count. If the word count is below 275 words, this part of the assignment will lose points.
CONTENT INPUT QUESTION:
“The first three chapter of Saints and Citizens elaborate on the Indigenous colonial history on California that began in 1769” (Haas, 2014, pg.11). Haas provides us with a historical view of Indigenous colonial history that maps out the numerous groups and their cultural practices. From San Diego region to the central coast that starts in Santa Barbara. In this week’s essay, examine the first three chapters and identity three different indigenous groups from southern California and discuss how colonialism changed their everyday life.

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What aspects of the systems help and/or hinder certain groups of people (think: oppressive or anti-oppressive policies, practices, etc)? b.

Watch the movie Just Mercy (2019, has actor Michael B Jordan as the lead), take notes and produce the following in the paper:
1. (1-2 pages) Who and what is the film about in relation to human diversity?
a. Which film did you choose?
b. Who are the main characters, and what layers of identity are most relevant to the story told in the film?
c. How is diversity appreciated or celebrated?
2. (2-3 pages) Name the systems (at least 3) that are represented/explored in the film. Utilize the Miller and Garran (2007) article to help you identify the systems, but think and apply beyond race to each of the identities/social locations you have chosen to analyze in the book/film. Some
potential questions to consider:
a. What aspects of the systems help and/or hinder certain groups of people (think: oppressive or anti-oppressive policies, practices, etc)?
b. How do the systems influence the daily life of characters in the film?
c. What, if any, evidence of equity and inclusion is depicted?
3. (1 page) Analyze the film through the principles of Critical Race Theory (CRT) or another Critical Theory from our course reading (Abrams & Moio (2009).
4. (1 page) Additionally, identify and explain how at least 3 Mechanisms of Oppression (Pharr) or tenants of White Supremacy Culture (Okun) are depicted in the film.
Do not summarize the film. Instead, focus on the requested academic analysis. Writing about certain events or characters in the film should be directly tied to an explanation of concepts in the course from reading, asynchronous content, and class discussions.
Follow APA guidelines, including a title page, in-text citations, and a reference page. No abstract is required. You must cite readings from your textbook, Readings for Diversity and Social Justice (2018), the Miller and Garran article “The Web of Institutional Racism” (2007), any of the articles in your weekly Readings (see Course Schedule), the film itself, and you may additionally select from other readings from class and/or any other outside sources that support your analysis. The paper should be 5–6 pages in length and should have a minimum of 6 sources total (I am giving you 4 above) on your Reference page, and make sure that all are cited using APA compliant in-text citations in your paper.
I have attached the sources to use for the paper. You will also need to use the following book (not uploaded):
Adams, M., Blumenfeld, W. J., Catalano, D. C. J., DeJong, K., Hackman, H. W., Hopkins, L. E.,
Love, B. J., Peters, M. L., Shlasko, D., & Zúñiga, X. (Eds.). (2018). Readings for diversity and
social justice (4th ed.). New York, NY/London, UK: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

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No sources needed since it is provided in the pdf already

instructions attached
no sources needed since it is provided in the pdf already
please only refer to CANADIAN indigenous

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I want help with adding text (it can be whatever as long as you stick to the topic) as well as rephrasing some sentences

My essay: reflect over one experience or aspect of your own intercultural encounter and
link it with supporting references to the discussion on intercultural communication in the course book “introducing intercultural communication” . This reflection will include your personal viewpoints and thoughts related
to the experience you discuss, while connecting it to the intercultural communication material we
have read and discussed so far in the course.
Minimum 1200 words maximum 1500
Follow the Harvard (APA) system for quotes, references, and bibliography
I want help with adding text (it can be whatever as long as you stick to the topic) as well as rephrasing some sentences

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The domestication of corn throughout the centuries has given rise to social and political problems.

To Receive full credit, you will to write at least 275 words.
The domestication of corn allowed for the rise of Mesoamerica. Its grand cities were built upon the foundation that these city-states were able to control resources from water to food, in this case corn. The domestication of corn throughout the centuries has given rise to social and political problems.
Address the following question:
In the corn articles and videos, what sticks out to you? What seems to be the most interesting idea from the information that caught your attention? Explain it to the class. Why did it pique your interest?

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Pay attention to the word count.

Standard Assignment Requirements:
You still need to write at least 275 words (Extra Credit 5 points for 275 words) NOW, if you look to the bottom right of this box, you will see a word count. Pay attention to the word count. If the word count is below 275 words, this part of the assignment will lose points.

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El trabajo de esta nota parcial es de dos páginas completa.

Font Times New Roman o Calibri, nada en negrillas o sea BOLD Todo en
negro y tamaño de la letra # 12. ESPACIO DOBLE.
4. El trabajo de esta nota parcial es de dos páginas completa. Si usted necesita
mas no hay problema, eso no es descontable. Si tienes duda lo que es dos
páginas con las instrucciones del # 2 y 3 vea el ejemplo en Material de
trabajo de análisis.
5. Puede hacer párrafos, así puedes organizar mejor su análisis en ideas,
comparaciones, apreciaciones y opiniones.
Enlace para sacar la informacion del Analisis.

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Answer each question in two to three well developed, complete sentences.

Use the attachment SWOT Analysis as an Template and the simotrash file as references for the project information.
ethical SWOT analysis of the technology you have selected for your Course Project. In industry, a SWOT analysis is used to create a structured assessment of a business plan, opportunity, or action. By considering strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, a SWOT analysis is an effective tool to summarize and assess products, services, and actions. Not only does a SWOT analysis help you understand the context of a particular action or problem, but it will also set the stage for action and goal planning.
For this assignment, you will use this SWOT Analysis Template to complete your analysis. Answer each question in two to three well developed, complete sentences. The goal is to develop a detailed analysis of your technology to ensure you are producing a strong assessment.
As part of your analysis, you will evaluate the following (remember to use the template provided above).
Strengths:
What are the advantages of the technology?
How will it positively impact culture and society?
What are other potential gains?
Weaknesses:
What features of the technology may hinder success?
What are the limitations of the technology?
How does the technology address issues of equity?
Opportunities:
What are external factors that may contribute to the success of the technology?
What social, political, and/or cultural trends may influence reception?
What are the opportunities for growth?
Threats:
What external factors may pose a threat to the success or adoption of the technology?
What social, political, and/or cultural trends may influence reception?
What are potential hurdles to growth?
A successful assignment will
Use the provided template and include all four areas of the SWOT analysis; be one to two pages in length; be composed using Microsoft Word and using 12-point Times New Roman; and format and cite sources using the seventh edition of APA.

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Standard Assignment Requirements: You still need to write at least 275 words (Ex

Standard Assignment Requirements:
You still need to write at least 275 words (Extra Credit 5 points for 275 words) NOW, if you look to the bottom right of this box, you will see a word count. Pay attention to the word count. If the word count is below 275 words, this part of the assignment will lose points.
CONTENT INPUT QUESTION:
Art History Question: Describe one artifact found in the art history site from one of the Mesoamerican periods and explain 3 characteristics that made the artifact interesting to you.
Here is the link in case you missed it.
https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/04/cam.html