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Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

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Transcript of Understanding Culture, Society and Politics

Understanding Culture, Society and Politics
Introduction to Social Science Movie Presentation
I. Objectives:
1. Acquire ideas about human cultures, human agency, society and politics;
2. Recognize cultural relativism and social inclusiveness to overcome prejudices; and
3. Develop social and cultural competence to guide their interactions with groups, communities, networks, and institutions.

Activity:
Procedure:
1. Sharing of social and cultural backgrounds of students as acting subjects or social actors, agents, persons; (examples: gender, socioeconomic class, ethnicity, religion, exceptionality/non-exceptionality, nationality)
2. Observations about social, political, and cultural behavior and phenomena (examples: food taboos, istambay, political dynasties, elections)
3. Observations on social, political and cultural change (examples: texting, transnational families, local public services, youth volunteerism)

4. Definition of anthropology, political science and sociology
Questions:
C1. What does it mean to be human?
C2. What defines a person?
C3. What is this person like? Is it a man or
a woman?
C4. What happens when he/she feels the
influence of other human beings?
C5. Will he /she fulfil those expectations?
C6. Is it only his experience of the society
that reforms him or shapes him?







Assign:
Study the Culture and Society from the
perspective of anthropology and sociology

Objectives:
1. Acquire ideas about human cultures, human agency, society, and politics
2. Recognize cultural relativism and social inclusiveness to overcome prejudices; and
3. Develop social and cultural competence to guide their interactions with groups, communities, networks, and institutions
Introduction to
Social Science Movie
Presentation
Questions:
C1. What does it mean to be human?
C2. What defines a person?
C3. What is this person like? Is it a man or
a woman?
C4. What happens when he/she feels the
influence of other human beings?
C5. Will he /she fulfil those expectations?
C6. Is it only his experience of the society
that reforms him or shapes him?
Group Activity (10 Minutes)
1. Sharing of social and cultural backgrounds of students as acting subjects or social actors, agents, persons; (examples: gender, socioeconomic class, ethnicity, religion, exceptionality/non-exceptionality, nationality)

2. Observations about social, political, and cultural behavior and phenomena (examples: food taboos, istambay, political dynasties, elections)

3. Observations on social, political and cultural change (examples: texting, transnational families, local public services, youth volunteerism)

4. Definition of anthropology, political science and sociology

Questions:

C1. What does it mean to be human?
C2. What defines a person?
C3. What is this person like? Is it a man or a woman?
C4. What happens when he/she feels the influence of other human beings?
C5. Will he /she fulfil those expectations?
C6. Is it only his experience of the society that reforms him or shapes him?
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