INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

During the interview, ask the individual the following interview questions:

  • Have      you ever lived or visited outside of the United States? If so, where?      Describe the experience.
  • What      do you identify as your culture?
  • What      are the most important values and beliefs of your family and community?
  • What      are the important events, traditions, celebrations, and practices in your      family or community?
  • How      does your family or community define gender roles?
  • How      do you identify your:
    • Race
    • Ethnicity
    • National       origin
    • Color
    • Sex
    • Sexual       orientation
    • Gender       identity or expression
    • Age
    • Marital       status
    • Political       belief
    • Religion
    • Immigration       status
    • Disability       status
  • How      well do you fit within your family or community based on these other      identities you hold?
  • How      do you think others outside your community view your culture?

Have you experienced prejudice or discrimination? Please describe

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SPEAKER NOTES BELOW

 

Submit a recorded PowerPoint (PPT) presentation about your interview with a person from a different culture than your own. Your PowerPoint presentation should include 8–10 slides and should be 4–5 minutes in recorded length.

In the PPT presentation, address the following:

  • Identify basic background information of the interviewee.
  • Provide a summary of what you learned about the individual when conducting this interview.
  • Analyze the individual’s cultural experience at the:
    • Micro level
    • Mezzo level
    • Macro level
      • Support your analysis at each level with scholarly resources.
  • Describe your reaction to this activity.
  • Reflect on these reactions and explain why you believe you may have experienced these thoughts and feelings.
  • Describe what you learned and explain how you can apply what you learned to the social work profession.