M1 A3: Views on Diversity

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Psychology
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Question description

To obtain a cross-section of what people think about diversity,  conduct five minute interviews with three individual and assess their views on diversity.  

Ask the respondents the following questions :

When you hear the word diversity mentioned in the workplace, in the media, or in casual conversation,  what meaning do you assign this term?

Does a particular race,  ethnic group, or other minority  group come to mind when you  think of diversity?  Does one of these groups pertain to you?

Do you think the majority of people in our culture:

Respect cultural differences among groups of people. 

Show indifference to cultural differences. 

Lack respect for cultural differences.  Explain each choice.

Compile your responses and write a brief reflections paper (two pages ) on your findings.  Specifically address the following issues:

What did you discover was the general attitude toward diversity in our culture? 

Is diversity more associated with one race, ethnic, or other minority group than with others? If so, explain why thus might be the case.

Compare and contrast the respondent's views with your own. How would you answer the same questions? 

Assignment should follow APA rules for attributing sources.

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