Answer the questions on key concepts from Chapter 14 and Chapter 4 listed below. Read and evaluate the Opening Case of Chapter 4 “The History of Genetics” on pages 65 and 66 and answer questions 1, 2, and 3. Conduct “Mini” Research on stereotypes or race, ethnicity, or origin. Written responses must be typed, size 12 font, double spaced and written in proper English in complete sentences or bullet points accompanied by narrative sentences. Question/answer format should be used. Estimated total length of assignment 3-4 pages. Grading criteria: For each question, answer sufficiently to demonstrate thought and understanding (One sentence answers are not sufficient). Total possible points 50. CONCEPT QUESTIONS Chapter 14 (8 points in total; points as indicated for each question) 1) What is implicit/subconscious bias? How does implicit/subconscious bias happen? (2 points) 2) What conditions exacerbate implicit/subconscious bias? (2 points) 3) In addition to the ways listed in the textbook, are there any other ways you can recommend to stop implicit bias from having a negative impact in the workplace? (4 points) CONCEPT QUESTIONS Chapter 4 (16 points in total; points as indicated for each question) 1) What are the differences between the terms “race” and “ethnicity?”(2 points) 2) What is the difference between subtle and blatant discrimination? Have you ever experienced? subtle or blatant discrimination? What type of impact did this experience have on you? (2 points) 3) How does racial discrimination impact individuals? How does racial discrimination impact the effectiveness of employees in the workplace? (4 points) 4) What are some of the approaches individuals might take to coping with discrimination? (2 points) 5) What actions can organizations take to reduce racial discrimination in the workplace? (4 points) 6) What is “modern racism?” How might implicit/unconscious bias plays a role in modern racism? (2 points) OPENING CASE Chapter 4 “How Much Do Different Races of People Differ Genetically? The History of Genetics” pages 65 and 66. Questions restated below. (8 points in total; points as indicated for each question) 1) What do you think about the statement that human DNA is not highly different across people/races? (2 points) 2) If people of all races are almost genetically identical and race is really a socially constructed concept rather than a genetic one, why do you suppose humans find it so important to create barriers between different groups of people and different geographic boundaries, etc.? (2 points) 3) Scientists are consistently explaining that the planet Earth is one tiny speck in the vast expanse of the cosmos. If extraterrestrial beings (i.e., aliens) from another planet were to visit us next week, how do you think the ways in which we categorize all sentient beings (racial groups and nationalities from the planet Earth, and aliens from outer space) would change? Who would be in the in-group and who would be in the out-group? (4 points) MINI-RESEARCH: Research three (3) existing positive or negative stereotypes for a race, ethnicity or country origin of your choice. For each of these stereotypes: · Describe the stereotype. · Evaluate its validity (i.e. Is there any basis for the stereotypes?) · Deconstruct these stereotypes by proposing counter arguments to these stereotypes or rewriting the description of these stereotypes. · Describe how these stereotypes can impact people in the workplace. · Discuss how to manage these stereotypes, either positive or negative. Minimum one paragraph discussion answer for each of the three stereotypes. (18 points)
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