Chamberlain University Gender Roles and Expectations Essay and Powerpoint

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Question 1 

Required Resources

Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 5, 9


Minimum of 5 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)

  • Instructions
    Choose one of the two featured groups we have learned about in the first weeks of the class (Blacks/African Americans or Latinos/Hispanics). Create a PowerPoint presentation that looks at gender roles and expectations of the group addressing the following points:
  • What group did you choose?
  • What are the commonly held gender roles and expectations for that group?

What are the differences and similarities between the groups gender roles and expectations and those of the dominant American culture?

What is a common prejudice that is held about the group's gender roles and expectations?

How do these prejudices manifest themselves in the healthcare workplace?

What are some strategies for addressing these gender prejudices? Give an example.

Presentation Requirements (APA format)

  1. Length: 8-10 slides (not including title, introduction, and references slides)
  2. Font should not be smaller than size 16-point
  3. Parenthetical in-text citations included and formatted in APA style
  4. References slide (a minimum of 3 outside scholarly sources plus the textbook and/or the weekly lesson for each course outcome)
  5. Title and introduction slide required   
  6. Question 2     

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 8, 12


  • Minimum of 5 scholarly sources (in addition to the textbook)
  • MS PowerPoint (see Course Resources to download Office/PowerPoint)
  • Instructions
    What would you do if you encountered a person with vastly different religious beliefs than your own? Create a presentation that will demonstrate what resources you would use, and what strategies and/or tips you would use to create or promote an atmosphere of tolerance.Include the following:
  • What religious group did you choose?
  • What are the basic tenets of that religious group?
  • How do those religious tenets differ from your beliefs?
  • What strategies did you use to address the differences between the different beliefs?

Looking forward, how will your experience impact the way you work with individuals from different backgrounds?

As you complete your presentation, be sure to:

  • Use speaker’s notes to expand upon the bullet point main ideas on your slides, making references to research and theory with citation.?
  • Proof your work
  • Use visuals (pictures, video, narration, graphs, etc.) to compliment the text in your presentation and to reinforce your content.
  • Do not just write a paper and copy chunks of it into each slide. Treat this as if you were going to give this presentation live.
  • Presentation Requirements (APA format)

Length: 8-10 slides (not including title and references slides)

Font should not be smaller than size 16-point

Parenthetical in-text citations included and formatted in APA style

  1. References slide (a minimum of 3 outside scholarly sources plus the textbook and/or the weekly lesson for each course outcome)
  2. Use speaker's notes
  3. Title slide required   
  4. Question 3    
  5. Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:
  6. Textbook: Chapter 14, 15


  • Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
  • Instructions
    The purpose of this assignment is to go beyond the usual social network(s) and realm of understanding in order to build a bridge of understanding about another person from his/her perception about his/her own life experiences in the workplace and or helping professions.Interview two adults: one adult of a different ethnicity/race/religious/disability than yourself and one adult who is at least 10 years older or younger than you. You must choose one person from each category, not the same person. Ask him/her the following questions and document the answers for each interview.
  • Document if the person you interviewed is male or female.
  • What is their ethnicity/race/religious affiliation/disability status or age? (Make sure the person is ok with sharing  this information.)
  • What is their level of education?

What is their occupation?

Have they ever experienced discrimination in the workplace? How did they feel? How did they react? Please explain what happened.

  • During their lifetime, what significant current event have they experienced? (e.g., 911)
  • How has this significant event shaped their experiences with others?
  • After you have the aforementioned interview questions answered, please provide the following regarding your findings:
  • Compare and/or contrast the experiences of the person you interviewed to your own. Provide one example. Write an explanation of at least two paragraphs in length for each interview. Be sure to address the following questions, along with any additional information your wish to include and/or share:
  • What conclusions can you draw from the commonalities?
  • How could some of these situations be mediated or resolved (e.g., by the person experiencing the discrimination, by institutions employing those who are discriminating others or dealing with clients/customers who are discriminating against employees).
  • Please be sure to inform the people you are interviewing that his or her responses will be kept confidential and anonymous and thank him or her for the time spent interviewing with you.Writing Requirements (APA format)
  • Length: 3-4 pages (not including title page or references page)

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Case 1
The first person I interviewed was a female of African American origin. Her highest
level of education is a bachelor's degree in business administration. She works as a business
management expert in a local business that deals with selling apparel. The woman noted that
she had faced discrimination at the workplace severally. The lady notes that several
stakeholders discriminate against her, including clients, employees, and the employer. She
stated that she has faced racial and gender prejudices in equal measure (Hebl & Avery, 2012).
Discrimination makes her feel bad and lowers her self-esteem and morale towards serving
clients. However, she has been used to bias and responds well to those who disfavor her.
When people despise her, she ignores and continues with other duties and serving other
people. The lady recounted some of the times she has faced discrimination at the workplace.
She said that despite working in the firm over a 10-year period, she has rarely been promoted,
and salary increment has been lower than other workers in the institution.
I questioned her on current events she has experienced in her lifetime. Among the
many eventualities, she recounts the Black Lives Matter movement that started in 2020. The
demonstration was to champion Black Americans' rights, reveal police brutality in America,
and expose the vices in America’s judicial system. It happened after a Black was murdered
by a state police officer while pleading for help. The lady noted that the event has been
crucial in shaping her relationship with others. It made her understand that other races value
African Americans as they joined the demonstration, which improved her view of majority
groups in the US.
The things the lady has gone through are totally different from my own. I have not
faced as much discrimination as she has, but I understand the plights such groups undergo. I
have seen my friends discriminated against due to their race and gender, leading to an

unequal share of public resources (Hudson et al., 2016). I have shared stories with my Black
allies about their employment statuses, and they respond to the depravities they face. Some
argue about unequal payments, unfair promotions, and unjust pay cuts (Hebl & Avery, 2012).
Such prejudices impact their morale and demotivate them to work towards national
development. Some of my fellow students do not access education aid as they come from
minority groups in the country (Hudson et al., 2016). I have seen health facilities failing to
offer sufficient care to Black women causing deterioration to their health standards.
Therefore, I drew several conclusions from the interview. A significant ...

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