Students will choose a film from the preapproved list provided in the module or another title with instructor approval and

Students will choose a film from the pre-approved list provided in the module (or another title with instructor approval) and will be expected to apply the material covered in class (especially Bonilla-Silva’s 4 frames of colorblind racism) to their everyday social world. Film Selection and Outline are due in Module 4 and will be sent to your instructor via email. As his/her critical-thinking decision-making objective, the student should decide whether the societal evidence he/she reviews in the paper (a) demonstrates the typical colorblind pattern that Bonilla-Silva describes in the textbook; or (b) reveals a more progressive and/or minority pattern; or (c) some combination of the above; or (d) some other pattern not discussed in the textbook but worth exploring in future research. The student may find that the quotes he/she analyzes deliberately challenge one of the 4 frames of colorblindness in some way, and he/she can note this in the paper as well. Each paper should consider the implications of the analysis of colorblindness for the future of a multiracial society. In other words, how do the representations discovered in your analysis help and/or hinder a society’s progress toward inclusive multiracial democracy? Submit the Course Paper to Chalk and Wire no later than Sunday 11:59 EST/EDT of Module 8. The Course Paper Chalk & Wire link is located in the Module 8 folder. Students who do not submit the assignment to Chalk & Wire will receive a zero. This is a key assignment assessment; the results are used to ensure students are meeting University Exploration program goals. Video and PDF instructions can be found on the course home page. PDF instructions are also located in the Start Here folder. The paper should present quotes that illustrate all 4 frames of colorblindness and analyze them accordingly. The student’s submission will be graded using the UE SLO rubric. [NOTE: Regardless of the film chosen, students should write a minimum of 6 pages total as part of their paper.]
SOC-110 Film List
A Time to Kill
American History X
Black and White
Dear White People
District 9
Django Unchained
Do the Right Thing
Freedom Writers
Fruitvale Station
Get on the Bus
Get Out
Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
Higher Learning
Imitation of Life
In the Heat of the Night
Jungle Fever
McFarland USA
Mississippi Burning
Monsters Ball
Remember the Titans
The Butler
The Great Debaters
The Help
The Visitor
To Kill a Mockingbird
outline needed by May 25, 2020
essay due by June 08, 2020


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