APA personal view,
I would especially like you to consider the article Ethnic Groups in the United States: A Short History , our [ [ [ [ [ [ [ “discussions”] ] ] ] ] ] ] of Standpoint Theory, the contents of Allan Johnson’s discussion in Chapters 1 and 2 of Privilege, Power and Difference, the article How Nice People Are Corrupted by David Meyers and the video The Color of Fear. For this writing, I want you to consider the social location and situated knowledge of the men in the video.
Johnson spends most of his first two chapters discussing the what and the why.
Refer to SPECIFIC information from the readings and videos to support, illustrate and supplement your answer. Please cite—in FOOTNOTE format—at least four specific “ideas” from threaded discussions [posted by your colleagues], four from the video The Color of Fear and two each from each of the following: Jesus in A Culture of Fear, Nickel and Dimed and Hotel Rwanda.
The final version of your essay should be 6-8 pages double-spaced. Please do not submit a title page or submit the essay in a folder. All you need is to have your name, the assignment and the date in the upper right-hand corner of your essay. While you do not need to include a bibliography, references or endnotes, please use FOOTNOTES. If you need assistance with doing footnotes, please contact the instructor for assistance.
How course materials describe behavior of those with privilege who oppress others: 10 points
Social location and situated knowledge discussion: 20 points
Two ideas each from Following Jesus in a Culture of Fear, Nickel and Dimed, The Color of Fear and Hotel Rwanda and references from class material to back it up (Threaded Discussions and Videos): 40 points
Analysis utilizing ‘How Nice People Are Corrupted’: 10 Points
Clear introduction, thesis, body and conclusion; a basic understanding of grammar and mechanics: 10 points
Cite all sources and have a proper reference. APA format is used correctly, paper is double spaced with one inch margins and is no less than and no more than 8 pages (not including title or reference page): 10 points
An original, creative or unusual approach to the topic: 2 to 6 extra credit possible points