Central Michigan University Implications of Diversity on The Future Response


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  • JUST 1 PAGE BUDDY. aLSO 4-5 SENTENCES FOR EACH RESPONSE POST..has your definition of diversity changed?
  • How do the four lenses approach the study of diversity with respect to the individual and society?
  • How do the four lenses represent a way of seeing diversity?
  • What are the implications of diversity on the future?
  • How are you going to implement what you have learned in this course into your own life?

response posts, compare your experience to others experience

  • Compare similarities and differences between your plan for implementing what you have learned throughout the course and others..................
  • How do others approach the study of diversity through the four lenses, and how could their insights be useful to me???

1st post to resond to... definition of diversity hasn't really changed. The four lenses approach the study of diversity with respect to the individual and society by allowing me to further expand my knowledge while abling me to see diversity in areas where one wouldn't normally expect. For example, learning about diversity in STEM was surprising to me only because it seemed like areas where someone would like, not only for males. The four lenses represent a way of seeing diversity by helping me not only appreciate, but also learn ways to get along with people from different backgrounds. Some implications of diversity in the future, in my opinion, would be a possibly less hateful world where people are often misunderstood and mistreated.

2nd post to respond 2... definition of diversity has changed because I know see diversity as a much bigger thing. Before I always viewed diversity as the differences in people, but it goes much deeper than that. Diversity is everywhere you look. The four lenses approach breaks down diversity into four different parts and helps explain everything in detail. I believe this helps society learn and grow as we take a deeper look at diversity. Looking at diversity through the humanities lens helps us understand the art and the artist. It helps us learn that there is much diversity in the arts whether it be pictures, plays, books, or media, there is diversity everywhere you look. The same can be said for history lens, we can look back on history and see how diverse the world really was and still is. Natural and applied sciences help us understand the diversity when it comes to finding new cures for countless diseases as well as new technologies that are thought of each day. When it comes to the social science lens we learn about the diversity in society, the whole person and why people do what they do. All four lenses help shed a light on the different ways we do and see things which just goes to show there is diversity all around us

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

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My definition of diversity has not changed. I understand diversity to be an understanding,
recognition, and respect of a person's uniqueness or socio-cultural differences, for instance,
sexual orientation, gender, race, religious affiliation, etc.
The four lenses are instrumental in shaping an individual and society by changing how
they accept and respect diversity in their communities to ensure inclusiveness and cohesion. The
four lenses challenge the status quo in society and change the orthodoxies that exist among
people. Humanities, for instance, teaches people to see things from a different perspective,
engage those with different identities and adapt to the changing society. Learning social science
acquires fundamental knowledge on how to interact with people and improve their lives (Allan,
The four lenses represent a way of seeing diversity by shaping our belief system. The
belief system determines h...

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