Diversity and Global Learning

1)Choose another country to use for comparison. How are your personal attitudes, behaviors, or beliefs similar and different from individuals in this other country?
Part 2 – Section 2 (Examine Perspectives)
1) Choose a topic from the course (PSY 101 – use chapter 9, 12, or drugs section in chapter 4). What is the U.S. perspective (view) on the topic? (3-6 sentences)

2) Choose another country to use for comparison. What is the other country’s perspective (view) on the topic you used for question 1? Make sure to specify which country you are using for comparison and the source of your information about that country.

3) What is the psychology perspective (view) on the topic you used for question 1? Use your textbook as a source. You can bring in additional sources. (3-6 sentences)

4) How are the U.S., other country, and psychology perspectives (views) similar and different? Which perspective (view) do you think is best and why? (3-6 sentences)

Part 2 – Section 3 (Address Diversity)
1) What is the power structures (government structure and who holds power) of the U.S.?
2) Choose another country for comparison. What is the power structures (government structure and who holds power) of the other country?
3) How are the power structures (government structure and who holds power) of the U.S. and the other country similar and different?
4) How do the power structures of the U.S. and the other country influence the worldviews of people living in those countries? (3-6 sentences)

5) How do the power structures and cultural worldviews influence the individual experiences of people living in the U.S. and the other country? (3-6 sentences)

6) Based on the power structures and worldviews within the U.S. and the other country, what would you do to interact with people living in these countries to address global problems? (3-6 sentences)

 

 

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