Personal Cultural Profile Assignment2017.pdf

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research on your country's value system and no need for in-text citations. 3 NEW insightful examples for each value would receive full points. II. Your own personal preference for the value – for YOU not your country. Then, for each value consider if you personally share your national values preference or not. What is your personal fit with the preferences of your national culture? Do you see any similarities/differences at a personal level? What ranking would you give yourself? Use specific examples that reflect your own values preferences -- not the preferences of people in general from your culture (that comes in the section above). Be sure you use personal pronouns, e.g. "I", "my", "me". Note that this personal analysis is the MOST important part of the assignment. Therefore, it needs too be more in depth with more specific examples/stories than the analysis for your country’s culture. 5+ personal examples for each value would receive full points. Introduction You should introduce your background and explain why your preferences might be either similar to OR different from those of your national culture. A conclusion is not necessary. (The Personal Cultural Profile will not be included in our course Training Manual.) Grading will be based on depth of analysis and inclusion of specific, perceptive examples. Include a graphic following each value heading that indicates: 1) a number ranking for the national preference (you can give 2 ratings if your ranking for your country differs from the group’s ranking) and 2) a number ranking for your personal preference. Suggested minimum length (C-range): 5 pages. Use 12 point Times font and 1 1/2 line spacing, 1”margins. (As is always the case, the more in-depth & perceptive your observations and examples, the better.) 1 point will be deducted per day late. GROUP RATING = G COUNTRY = C ME = M Space Private Public 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 G C M
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