Sociology Self-Reflection Paper Assignment on Intercultural

Analysis II is an independently self-chosen review and reflection; students have academic freedom to review any assigned chapter from week eight to week fourteen for review and cultural self-reflection. Further, students are encouraged to center the chapter they are most curious and/or passionate about.Analysis II is two-fold: A) Students are required to submit a high quality chapter review of the author’s main points, interventions, and theoretical and social significance. For this portion of the assignment, aim for an objective, detailed, and thorough review of the chapter. B) Students are required to deeply engage in cultural self-reflection and auto-ethnographic reflection. Consider: how does the chosen chapter speak into and affect one’s cultural view of self, of others, of the social world? Be specific and detailed in your reflection; be thorough and thoughtful in what you center. Submit section A & B as one cohesive word document. The minimum written requirement is two pages double-spaced and there is no page maximum. No references or outside scholarship is required. Analysis II is an independently self-chosen review and reflection; students have academic freedom to review any assigned chapter from week eight to week fourteen for review and cultural self-reflection. Further, students are encouraged to center the chapter they are most curious and/or passionate about.Analysis II is two-fold: A) Students are required to submit a high quality chapter review of the author’s main points, interventions, and theoretical and social significance. For this portion of the assignment, aim for an objective, detailed, and thorough review of the chapter. B) Students are required to deeply engage in cultural self-reflection and auto-ethnographic reflection. Consider: how does the chosen chapter speak into and affect one’s cultural view of self, of others, of the social world? Be specific and detailed in your reflection; be thorough and thoughtful in what you center. Submit section A & B as one cohesive word document. The minimum written requirement is two pages double-spaced and there is no page maximum. No references or outside scholarship is required. Analysis II is an independently self-chosen review and reflection; students have academic freedom to review any assigned chapter from week eight to week fourteen for review and cultural self-reflection. Further, students are encouraged to center the chapter they are most curious and/or passionate about.Analysis II is two-fold: A) Students are required to submit a high quality chapter review of the author’s main points, interventions, and theoretical and social significance. For this portion of the assignment, aim for an objective, detailed, and thorough review of the chapter. B) Students are required to deeply engage in cultural self-reflection and auto-ethnographic reflection. Consider: how does the chosen chapter speak into and affect one’s cultural view of self, of others, of the social world? Be specific and detailed in your reflection; be thorough and thoughtful in what you center. Submit section A & B as one cohesive word document. The minimum written requirement is two pages double-spaced and there is no page maximum. No references or outside scholarship is required. Analysis II is an independently self-chosen review and reflection; students have academic freedom to review any assigned chapter from week eight to week fourteen for review and cultural self-reflection. Further, students are encouraged to center the chapter they are most curious and/or passionate about.Analysis II is two-fold: A) Students are required to submit a high quality chapter review of the author’s main points, interventions, and theoretical and social significance. For this portion of the assignment, aim for an objective, detailed, and thorough review of the chapter. B) Students are required to deeply engage in cultural self-reflection and auto-ethnographic reflection. Consider: how does the chosen chapter speak into and affect one’s cultural view of self, of others, of the social world? Be specific and detailed in your reflection; be thorough and thoughtful in what you center. Submit section A & B as one cohesive word document. The minimum written requirement is two pages double-spaced and there is no page maximum. No references or outside scholarship is required. Analysis II is an independently self-chosen review and reflection; students have academic freedom to review any assigned chapter from week eight to week fourteen for review and cultural self-reflection. Further, students are encouraged to center the chapter they are most curious and/or passionate about.Analysis II is two-fold: A) Students are required to submit a high quality chapter review of the author’s main points, interventions, and theoretical and social significance. For this portion of the assignment, aim for an objective, detailed, and thorough review of the chapter. B) Students are required to deeply engage in cultural self-reflection and auto-ethnographic reflection. Consider: how does the chosen chapter speak into and affect one’s cultural view of self, of others, of the social world? Be specific and detailed in your reflection; be thorough and thoughtful in what you center. Submit section A & B as one cohesive word document. The minimum written requirement is two pages double-spaced and there is no page maximum. No references or outside scholarship is required.