vol #( issue #), pages W r i t i n g
Please remember that there are a couple of steps to the discussion. The first step is your response, the next is responding to another student. This lets you see another student’s perspective, which is extremely helpful for considering angles to a topic/discussion that you may have missed.
You initial post is due by the end of the day on Thursday, but your response is due by the end of the day on Friday!
Part One: Inequality
First, was there anything that surprised you in the video on slide 2 of the inequality lecture? What about the video on bias in medicine? Second, considering lecture material and external videos, how does culture inform bias and perpetuate inequalities? Finally, how does intersectionality fit into this conversation? Why might we want to take intersectional approaches to understanding inequality?
Please be respectful in your discussion.
Part Two: Article Summaries
In this portion of your response, please give a quick summary of one of the articles that you will use in your annotated bibliography. Provide the citation (practicing APA based on the format below) and a summary of all of the major points in the article. Although you can provide a more general and shorter summary, you can base your response on the exercise provided in your Week 4 Navigation. This will likely be helpful for completing your next assignment.
In regard to the citation: you do not need to worry about the doi. Please note that the formatting will also likely not allow you to include the hanging indent, but you will need that in your assignment! The hanging indent is like an inverse paragraph indentation. The first line should be lined up with the left margin and all lines of the same citation afterward should be indented.
Last, F. I. (year). Title of the article. Title of the Journal, vol#(issue#), pages.
Soto, C. J., & John, O. P. (2017). The next big five inventory (BFI-2): Developing and assessing a hierarchical model with 15 facets to enhance bandwidth, fidelity, and predictive power. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 113(1), 117-143.
Make sure to respond to another student!