Interview a person who is different from you on one of the following variables: race/ethnicity, gender, religion, socioeconomic level, sexual orientation, age, ability (disability). This excludes any family members, close friends, etc. The idea is to go outside your “comfort zone” and actively seek to learn about someone that you know very little about. This may include coworkers, classmates and so on. In addition to primary research (your interview), please use secondary research from a minimum of three sources. Also, contact an interviewee and begin secondary research.
Format: The format for the paper, 1″ margins, single spaced within the paragraph and double spaced between paragraphs, 12-point type size, Times New Roman font. Use
the Purdue OWL: APA Formatting and Style guide in writing the paper for references and intext
citations: (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ ). Careful attention should be paid to grammar, quality of writing, references, and in-text citations. There will be four parts to the paper
1. Develop an abstract of your interview. Summarize your diversity assignment into a
paragraph to be included on the cover page along with your name, assignment name, and
2. Include an introduction that explains how you know or met the person you interviewed and
how they are different from you.
3. Develop the body by doing a simple Q and A format and adding significant secondary
research to further expand your understanding of interpersonal differences. You may
choose to quote the interviewee directly (be sure to use quotation marks) or paraphrase. It
would likely be easier to tape the interview, but it’s not a necessity. You may conduct the
interview in person, on Skype, by email, or phone. Consider the limitations of email and phone in relation to the interview experience. While phone interviews would at least allow
you to hear your interviewee’s responses (and provide nonverbal cues), email is the least
personal and will not allow you to hear or see nonverbal cues. You might do a combination of one of the above to maximize the effectiveness of your interview. Use headings in each
section for readability and include APA in-text citations and a references page.
4. Conclude with an explanation of what you learned from the interview and your secondary
research. The conclusion should highlight how the interviewee’s responses influenced the way you felFt about them or what additional insight you gained having interviewed this person. FINAL NOTE: an example paper will be uploaded so there is no confusion on how the paper should be laid out.
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