Culture Shock Analysis: Migrating to a new country

Identify an example of culture shock from a book, film, or TV series.
I. Background ( 1/2 page): * Briefly explain the culture shock experience you identified and the source (e.g., book, TV series, film…). Include the setting, people involved, and main event(s). Include enough details so the reader can vividly imagine what is happening. Make sure you include a well-developed thesis statement, which informs the reader in one sentence what the paper is about. The thesis should be placed at the end of the Background section.
II. Analysis (2 pages): This is the main part of your paper. Make sure this section is very well-developed, well-organized, and well-written. depends mainly on your sociological analysis of the culture shock experience. * Analyze the culture shock experience you identified using at least five key terms learned from previous modules. For each key term, you will need to provide examples of the culture shock experience in order to illustrate that you can use the course material to reach a greater depth of understanding. You must go beyond just describing the culture shock experience. Key terms must be bolded or underlined. In addition, examine the outcomes of the culture shock. * What was the person’s/character(s) reaction to the experience? * Were they ethnocentric or culturally relativistic, and how? * Also, why do you think they were ethnocentric or culturally relativistic? *Be sure to apply your sociological imagination when responding to these questions. Include specific examples or illustrations.
III. Conclusion (1/2 page): Include an engaging and stimulating conclusion paragraph that summarizes your paper. Demonstrate evidence that you can make connections between all of the main ideas. * The paper should be logically organized in well-constructed paragraphs/sentences, have relevant content, and be easily understood. There should be few or no errors in format, sentence structure, grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. These errors should not hinder comprehension of your writing Citations. Always cite the original source if you are “borrowing” information. If you are citing sources, there must always be in-text citations and a list of “References” in APA style. Sources must be in alphabetical order in the list of “References.”


Approximately 250 words