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Steps in a Cultural Interview Assignment

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Richard Elder

on 8 October 2013

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Transcript of Steps in a Cultural Interview Assignment

The Introduction
In the introduction you should identify who you are interviewing and explain why you chose to interview someone from this specific culture and what you expect to discover about the other persons culture.
The Body of the Interview
The main body of the interview includes the actual responses of the interviewee: The main body can be presented as a list of the questions and responses (question 1 answer 1 below it) or a summary of responses (answers summarized in paragraphs; if this for is used be sure the questions and responses are identifiable).
In the conclusion describe how the culture of the person interviewed differs from your culture. What did you learn about the interviewees culture you did not already know?
Steps in a Cultural Interview Assignment
The assignment requires you to interview someone from a culture different than yours. The interview should include at least 15 questions aimed at exposing the differences between the interviewers and the interviewee’s cultures (a list of suggested questions can be found on the Moodle page for this class). Assignments must be typed. The cultural interviews can be conducted either in person or via the internet. Interview must contain three sections. Descriptions of sections are on the following pages.
The Title Page
Your title page should include a running head, page number, article title, author name, and author affiliation. On the right the image shows you how the title page should look.
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