The assignment involves conducting an interview with an adult person only (minimum age of 18) in the United States who is different from you in any of the following primary dimensions categories: (Refer to Chapter 1 – Dimensions of Diversity, pages 29 through 31 in your textbook regarding the cultural value in understanding the primary dimensions and secondary dimensions of diversity.) I have included the link for the LGBTQIA Resource Center Glossary (Links to an external site.) which has helpful and updated terms to assist you for the dimensions of diversity.
Ethnicity or Nationality
Age: 20 years or more older
Age: 20 years or more younger
Mental/Physical Abilities and Characteristics
In regards to a family member or relative, it is permissible to interview a grandparent, parent, aunt, uncle, sibling, or child if they are different from you in any of the seven listed categories.
The method of interview may be by telephone, video call (i.e., FaceTime, Skype, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Google Duo, Viber, IMO, etc.) or a face-to-face interview. Multiple students should not interview the same person. Your interview is subject to instructor verification. Below is the required information for the term paper and its expected each response have substantive supporting data. Points will be deducted for missing content information for each question.
Question 1: Personal Interview Information = 10 points
Method of interview
Name of person
Relationship (Co-worker, friend, spouse, partner, neighbor, grandparent, parent, etc.)
Years of education
City they live in
Question 2: Selected Dimensions of Diversity = 10 points
Race of person
Nationality of person
Gender Identity of person
Approximate age of person
Indicate how your primary dimensions are different.
Question 3: Ancestry and Languages = 10 points
What do they know about their ancestry regarding being Native American, immigrants, refugees, or kidnapped during the slave trade to the United States?
If not Native American, what generation are they from the other countries? (You may need to allow them time to research this).
List all languages they are fluent in.
Question 4: Community = 10 points
How long have they lived in their community?
What do they like about their community?
What do they dislike about their community?
Question 5: Police Contact = 10 points
Have they ever had contact with a police officer? Yes or No.
If yes, identify the agency, the specific circumstances with details (traffic ticket, arrest, victim of crime, witness, etc.)
If yes, was it a positive or negative experience? Why?
If they have never had contact with a police officer, what is their opinion of the police profession in general (favorable, unfavorable or a combination of both)?
Question 6: Discrimination = 10 points
Have they or someone they know ever been discriminated against? Yes or No.
Have them identify the specific primary or secondary dimension.
What were the circumstances?
If the answer is no, ask them if they think discrimination still occurs today and why?
Question 7: Willingness to Learn About Different Cultures = 10 points
Are they willing to learn about different cultures? Yes or No. Why?
Question 8: Multicultural Problem and the CARE Approach = 10 points
Ask them to identify any type of multicultural problem in Oregon or anywhere. Why is it a problem?
If they are unable to identify a problem, you identify a multicultural problem.
You as a problem solver, use the component strategies of the CARE Approach in describing how you could help solve or reduce the problem. Be specific with details.
Question 9: Communication Style = 10 points
Indicate the communication style (high-context or low-context) of the person you interviewed and the reasons why you made this assessment?
Did you have to make any adjustments to communicate with this person? Yes or no.
If yes, what adjustments did you make?
If no, why were you able to communicate with them without making any adjustments?
What is your communication style (high-context, low-context or a combination of both)?
Question 10: One Important Lesson You Learned from This Assignment = 10 points
Identify one important lesson you learned or had reaffirmed from this assignment in its relationship to the course?
Your response should be specific.
Minimum of five sentences are required for content.
Each sentence has a point value of two points.
Links: The course textbook is Multicultural Law Enforcement: Strategies for Peacekeeping in a Diverse Society, 7th Edition by Robert M. Shusta, Deena R. Levine and Aaron T. Olson. Pearson is the publisher.
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