Suggested Resolutions, Evaluation, and My Recommendations.
Section 4: Suggested Resolutions, Evaluation, and My Recommendations. Discuss the various resolutions that have been tried, analyze why they failed, offer your own resolution plan including both short and long term elements. You should also include the citations that you plan to use in the section.
Section 5: Conclusion
Section 4: Suggested Resolutions, Evaluation, and My Recommendations (see chapter 11)
Discuss and evaluate resolutions presented by the cultural groups involved. What do they think will work and why. What do you think about these suggested resolutions? Do you see them as viable options? Why or why not?
Present a well-developed and specific plan for resolution. Include short-term and long-term aspects (i.e., if there is violence happening, that should stop immediately on all sides so that the parties can proceed to other stages of resolution). Think about what is effective in terms of changing behaviors and attitudes. Don’t give me the “Rodney King” version of “we should all get along” or “we should educate ourselves on the issue.” It is our challenge as people on the planet to figure out concretely how this is to be done! Yes, it is difficult, but resist the urge to say that problems cannot be resolved. And resist the urge to impose your cultural viewpoints onto others.
You may feel like you have little to offer in the way of insights. I mean, after all, if all those smart women and men can’t fix things, how are we expected to do so?! While feeling helpless and powerless might be an understandable response, I think you have something to offer here. I challenge you to take this seriously and practice the duties and responsibilities of today’s global citizens. You must integrate course concepts into this section.
An under-developed, unthoughtful resolution will cost you 10 points.
Section 5: Conclusion – Short summary and end the paper on an interesting note.
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