For this first milestone, you will select an issue or topic in diversity to analyze through the four general education lenses. You will also analyze the issue or topic’s relationship to culture and society. Once you submit this Milestone One assignment, be sure to wait until your instructor has graded it and has approved your issue or topic before starting on the remaining Milestones for the project.
To complete this assignment, review the Milestone One Guidelines and Rubric PDF document.
In the last module, you explored the definition of diversity and the concept of the four layers of diversity. This helps illustrate the concept of intersectionality, which has been used both to help define individual identities and to contextualize systems of oppression (Vogel, 2018, p. 276). In this module, you are now going to explore your own intersections. Because we are all impacted by issues of diversity, and will often intersect with people of different backgrounds, it is helpful to recognize how the experiences you have had shape how you see others. There are aspects of diversity that we can see: race/ethnicity, gender, age. But there are those we can’t always see: chronic or mental illness, language, religious or political preferences, sexual identity.
In order to define yourself, it is helpful to first understand your culture, which encompasses the beliefs and behaviors that connect you to other people. Within one culture are myriad subcultures. For instance, if you are a SNHU student living in New Hampshire, your main culture might be identified as American, with your subcultures as New England, New Hampshire, Patriots fan, and skier. All of these, in conjunction with the social diversity categories, help form aspects of the overall picture of you. As you work through this module, consider the ways that you might describe yourself to other people. Consider next the categories others might use to describe you. Then consider the categories you check when filling out medical or government documents. Where do they align? In what ways does each help shape who you are?
As you develop your final project, you will explore an issue or topic related to diversity. See the IDS 400 LibGuide for some examples to help you get started. The topic you choose could be relevant to your personal experience, or it could be relevant to your future profession. For example, if your major is Human Resources, an issue you might consider is pay equality in the workplace. If you are a Nursing major, perhaps you want to explore access to healthcare in impoverished communities. Maybe you are a gamer and would be interested in exploring the representation of women and men in video games. In this week’s milestone, you will select an issue or event in diversity and begin to analyze it through the four lenses. Your selected topic should apply to all four lenses.
Vogel, L. (2018). Beyond Intersectionality. Science & Society, 82(2), 275. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edb&AN=128457178&site=eds-live&scope=site
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