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 Experiential Assignment:   Reflections on Race and Ethnicity Consider the following and respond  NO LESS than ONE SINGLE SPACED PAGE  according to the directions below.  (One inch margins or less, 12 point font, preferably Times New Roman, Georgia, or Book Antiqua). Grammatical errors,  misspellings, and not following directions WILL count against you.   One of the goals of this class is to help you become more aware of your position in the social structure, your privileges,  disadvantages, attitudes and beliefs about others, where you have learned these things, as well as their consequences.  This  assignment asks you to further investigate and reflect upon these issues. You will answer these questions that get at the  formation of your own racial identity. While you may approach the question in a personal, autobiographical mode, you  should think about how sociological forces (i.e. your “filters,” as well as institutions, economics, geography, gender,  language, etc.) affect this identity. This exercise preferences RACE, not class, gender, or other variables.  I expect you to refer to course ideas and readings in meaningful ways in your analysis. That is, use the language,  concepts, and, where appropriate, quotes from readings to enrich your discussion.  You MUST include at least 4 
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  • Spring '08
  • CORNWELL
  • Times New Roman, Charon, single spaced page, readings. Sociological mindfulness, exercise preferences RACE

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