Global Reflection paper #2
Global Comparison and Reflection Papers Each student must write two Global Comparison and Reflection papers, using the readings from “Readings for Diversity and Social Justice” edited by Maurainne Adams, Warren J. Blumen feld, Carmelita Castaneda, Heather W. Hackman, Madeline L. Peter, and Ximena Zuniga. For each paper, students must select two articles that are thematically related but one of which must be about a global justice issue. will place a copy of the book in the library reserve section. I have placed a “G” next to each article that is designated as a global issue article. If you have your own book, look at the table of intersections (page XV) on the pages after the contents section. The readings are designated as Global Issues. The themes of the articles are separated by sections and each section has a least one global issue article, with the exception of sections 7 and 9. Please don’t select an article from these two sections because you will not have a global article to compare and contrast. Each paper must answer the following questions. Papers are to be written in paragraph form with introduction, middle, and conclusion sections. You must refer to the title of the articles and use the APA format for citations in the paper and the reference page. Compare and contrast the two articles you’ve selected. How are they alike and how are they different? How do you feel about this issue? Explain these feelings. Why do you feel this way? Why is this issue important? Who does this issue affect? Directly? Indirectly? What moral or ethical issues arise, for you, from this issue? What questions arise for you from this issue? Use critical thinking to write about the issue and to answer the questions. Critical thinking involves looking beyond what is there. It involves thinking about the next logical step; if this is happening, what could happen next? You language that is appropriate for a college level paper, including formal language and not slang to discuss your feelings.
Also for the last paper you cannot have these articles from the same section of the readings and they must be out of the “Readings for Diversity and Social Justice” edited by Maurainne Adams, Warren J. Blumen feld, Carmelita Castaneda, Heather W. Hackman, Madeline L. Peter, and Ximena Zuniga. for the last paper you did 2 articles from acertain section I believe race and ageism. teacher stated cannot be used twice would have to pick from a different section of the book. Global issue is the key comparing and contrasting these articles
the sections 9 and 11 CANNOT be used on the paper from the book.
Global Reflection paper #2