Personal Interview, sociology homework help

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1. Identify a person from any minority population. THIS INDIVIDUAL MUST NOT BE A RELATIVE OR CLOSE FRIEND. Conduct an in-depth interview with the person detailing demographic information, family background, traditions, ethnic/racial/cultural identity, and experiences with oppression, coping strategies, and attitudes toward oppressors. All identifying information should be omitted from this paper to protect their right to confidentiality. This paper will be worth 20% of your grade. Please begin working on your interview as soon as possible. Questions should relate to: 1. Demographics (age, nationality/race, sex, disability, other self-identifiers such as wife, mother, father, athlete, doctor) 2. Family (Background/Size/Structure/Head Household/Siblings/Children/Mulit-Generational etc.) of 3. Traditions (Family, Religious, Non-Religious, Community) 4. Experience with oppression or discrimination 5. Coping strategies for their experiences with oppression or discrimination 6. Their attitude toward their oppressors The beginning of your paper must document how you prepared yourself for the interview. Did you review articles, videos, journals, books, statistics websites, and definitions? Cite two sources used for preparation in APA format in your reference page. Make sure to provide APA style in-text citations within the body of your paper. The conclusion of the paper will summarize your findings. How did the interviewee educate you about their culture? In hindsight, what could you have done or asked differently to gain the information needed? Was there a time during your interview that was uncomfortable? How did you navigate this with your interviewee? Please do not use relatives or close friends as the subject for this assignmentPlease use APA format for this paper including a title page. No abstract necessary. There is no minimum or maximum amount of pages required for this assignment but please make sure that all areas are addressed in VIVID detail. This should be in paragraph (essay) form, not Q&A style. ...
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Running Head: PERSONAL INTERVIEW

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Personal Interview
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Institutional Affiliation
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PERSONAL INTERVIEW

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Personal Interview

Introduction
In this interview, I chose to interview an African American. African Americans have
been at the center of discrimination in the United States of recent. African Americans are the
most discriminated group in the United States. African Americans are racially discriminated and
have led to devastating consequences (Bazan, 2015). The discrimination resulted in the
formation of the Black Lives Matter movement to fight against racism. Several African
Americans had been killed by their race creating an outrage amongst the citizens. The movement
gained momentum quickly as the police at this point were the oppressors involved in the killings.
Therefore, it was these occurrences and situation affecting the minorities which led me to
interview an African American.
Background
To formulate good questions, I had to understand the history and current issues affecting
African Americans. Therefore, different sources were utilized so as to have a broader
understanding of the minority group and the best questions to ask. For the history, I used books
that talk about slavery and racism against African Americans. It helped give me an insight of
issues that African Americans have experienced as minorities in the country (Feagin &
Bennefi...

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