Assignment: The AssignmentSelect an episode from a reality TV show that has a global/intercultural component whereparticipants/contestants are in contact with a different culture (think of reality TV shows such as CBS’sThe Amazing Race, CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods with Andrew Essay ComponentsThe title. Although this might not be the first part that you write, be sure to give your paper an engagingtitle, something other than “Reality TV Assignment.” And this should be your original title and not just thetitle of the TV show you have selected. Introductory paragraph (100-150 words). This should be well planned. Try to use a “hook,” somethingthat catches your reader’s attention. This might be a vivid description of something about the show thatcaught your attention and brought you into it. Here, you are bringing your reading into your review. Youmight also offer your overall impression of the episode and/or the series. But remember, the mostimportant part of your introduction is your thesis statement, which is a brief (typically one sentence)statement that clearly defines the main idea/purpose in your paper and your main points. Since you arealso making a persuasive argument in your paper, your thesis should also clearly define the core of yourargument (your claim). This thesis will be the thread that runs through your paper and ties it all together.One or two paragraphs of summary (150-200 words). This will provide an overview of the show ingeneral and the episode(s) you selected in particular. You cannot offer an extensive report of the show inyour paper and your paper should not be a lengthy discussion of the plot, but you should focus onproviding the most important details. You might summarize the story and you should include importantinformation about the show/episode(s), like the title, the presenter and the participants, and thesetting(s). That way, your reader can gain a basic understanding of what the show is about. A few paragraphs of analysis (500-600 words). In these paragraphs, specifically address each one of thequestions in the prompt (one paragraph for each part of the question). As a reminder, here are thespecific questions you need to discuss in this section: What you learned about the culture(s) portrayed in the episode How accurately you think the directors portrayed the cultures represented, and why Do you think people would perceive this cultural group in a negative or positive manner afterwatching this video? If people saw this cultural group on this video and then met with a member of the cultural group,how might watching the video affect their communication with the person?Use specific lines, settings and conversations from the episode(s) to support your arguments. A concluding paragraph (150-200 words). Remind your reader of your main points and briefly restateyour position. Reflect on what you gained from your viewing experience and what others might gain. Objective: The purpose of this assignment is to provide a platform for each student in order to critically reflect onthe power and influence of media artifacts in shaping intercultural relations. In doing so, it is expectedthat the assignment helps each student to gain further insight into the following course objectives: Describe how institutional, historical, or political contexts can facilitate or hinder interculturalrelationships. Explain the role of popular culture in stereotyping. Explain how the global movement of popular culture influences people around the world.
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