CONF 125 Final exam: Read tools for dialogue, thinking about thinking and what causes us to hold bias against out groups?

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Kraybill, R., & Wright, E. (2006). Tools for Dialogue. In The little book of cool tools for hot topics: Group tools to facilitate meetings when things are hot. Intercourse, Pennsylvania: Good Books.

Ross, H. (n.d.). Thinking about Thinking. In Everyday bias: Identifying and navigating unconscious judgments in our daily lives (pp. 17-36).

Toomey, S., & Chung, L. (2012). What Causes Us to Hold Bias Against Outgroups? In Understanding intercultural communication (2nd ed.). New York, New York: Oxford University Press.

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Final Exam Paper CONF 325, Fall 2015 Leila Peterson Lpetersh@gmu.edu Due: Final Paper Due on December 16 by 11:59 pm via email. If you do not receive a confirmation email by December 17 at 10 AM, please contact me ASAP to ensure that I have received your paper. Length: 6-8 pages, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, 12-point font. Answer one of the following questions. Your paper should be between 6-8 pages in length. Your answers should incorporate and reflect critical thought on the readings and discussions. Texts need to be properly cited. Questions (choose 1): 1. Chose a controversial topic or conflict and design a dialogue process for the relevant community. The community you target could be a specific school, workplace, local community, religious community, etc. A comprehensive design should include discussion of the issue and why it is important, goals, participants, format, location, topic & questions, and how to create an atmosphere of trust and openness. You must reference class readings to explain the rationale for your design. 2. Discuss the role of dialogue in our society. What is dialogue? Why is it important? What is the relationship of dialogue and democracy? How does culture impact dialogue? How is dialogue changing due to technology? What are its limitations? You must reference class readings (or outside research) to support your arguments. Use specific examples of issues and conflicts to illustrate your points. Note: Referencing the readings is more than just inserting a quote. An “A” paper will present ideas from the readings (either as a quotes or by paraphrasing), explain the concept, and discuss how it is relevant to the point being made. Demonstrate that you understand the readings and can apply the ideas in support of your arguments. Direct citations are required. ...
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