What is the difference between a “being culture,” a “being-in-becoming culture,” and a “doing culture?”

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What is the difference between a “being culture,” a “being-in-becoming culture,” and a “doing culture?”

Directions:

  1. Create
    a file in MS Word and name it with the following convention:

LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_EXAM2.docx

  • Answer
    each question FULLY, and in paragraph form. Each paragraph MUST HAVE a
    thesis/topic sentence. That thesis/topic sentence must have EVIDENCE to back it
    up. You must give an EXPLANATION of your evidence, no matter how obvious that
    explanation may be. This is NOT NEGOTIABLE and a REQUIREMENT for every
    question.
  • Under
    no circumstances should you leave any question blank. Even if you are uncertain
    of your answer, giving any answer at all is better than not answering a
    question. Essay questions allow you to show what you know: so, show what you
    know, even if you are unsure of your answer. Any answer is better than no
    answer at all.
  • Each
    answer will be graded based on the following criteria:

-is the
form of the answer correct/does the answer include evidence? I don’t have to
agree with your arguments, but you have to articulate your answers asARGUMENTS,
and arguments include evidence (-4).

-is the
answer logically consistent (-2)?

-does
the answer make any non-factual assertions (-2)?

-is the
grammar and language of the answer clear and correct (-2)

  • The
    final deadline for submission of this exam is 1PM, July 29, 2019. You must
    submit your finished exam, to me via email by then. If for any reason, you are
    unable to meet this deadline, you must contact me as soon as you realize that
    your submission will be late.

EXAM 1:

  1. What
    is the difference between a “being culture,” a “being-in-becoming culture,” and
    a “doing culture?”
  • Cultural
    taxonomies allow one to use culture-specific knowledge to improve intercultural
    competence. What are the four steps involved in this process?
  • What
    distinction can be made between “prejudice” and “discrimination?”
  • What
    is the difference between individual bigotry and systemic discrimination and
    oppression?
  • True
    of False: in every instance, prejudice is unjust and unreasonable. Why or why
    not?
  • True
    or False: women may be sexist, but women may not wield sexism against men. Why
    or why not?
  • What
    is the difference between a “language” and a “dialect?”
  • Give
    an example of “code switching.”
  • What
    is Orit Shay’s argument in “To switch or not to switch: code switching in a
    multilingual country”?
  1. What
    evidence does Shay use to make their argument and is Shay’s observations useful
    for a context like the US?

 

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