Critical analysis

Critical analysis

INTC 1F90 FW2014 Fundamentals of Intercultural Communication Prof. Jeff Reichheld Assignment 2: Critical Analysis Value:

Important Note: The three readings for this assignment are available on the INTC 1 F90 lecture site on Sakai under the Resources tab: Critical Analysis Readings.
(1) Insiders and Outsiders (2) The Grand Narrative (3) Defining/Describing Culture Critical analysis of Critical analysis of Critical analysis of Walsh (2014) Bayar (2014) Tam (2014) From nations of immigrants to A discourse of civilization/ Understanding and Theorizing states of transience: Temporary culture and nation/ethnicity from the Role of Culture in the migration in Canada and the perspective of inner Conceptualizations of Australia Mongolia, China Successful Aging and Lifelong Learning
Purpose: Like in the response essay, the purpose of this assignment is twofold: 1. In this assignment, you will produce a critical analysis of an assigned reading. A critical analysis is an assessment of an article that addresses the argument made by that article and how, in terms of use of evidence and rhetorical strategies, that argument is made. Critical analysis is closely related to the annotations of an annotated bibliography; however, a critical analysis reviews one article only and the way that it addresses its thesis. A critical analysis requires extremely close reading, not only of the evidence, but also of the way that the evidence is presented and of the conclusions reached.
Please remember that in this case, the term critical does not imply the common definition of searching for fault. Instead, critical denotes a close analysis of the material presented and its implications for the argument being made. A critical analysis can result in an entirely positive response, if the arguments and
INTC 1 F90, FW2014 Assignment 2: Critical analysis


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