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Context: The African slave trade transported some 10–12.5 million enslaved Afric

Context:
The African slave trade transported some 10–12.5 million enslaved Africans to the Americas, Caribbean, and European countries between the 16th and 19th centuries. As demand for human physical labor on plantations, farms, and manors increased, enslaved populations were traded for arms, textiles, spices, wine, and other commodities. As part of the transatlantic triangle trade, slave trade activities prospered on a transcontinental scale. This brought great wealth to some regions while stripping it from another, causing socio-economic devastation, violence, and death in the process. The social and political systems in power during this time made this series of events possible on a scale never before observed in human history. This is one of the primary reasons why the slave trade and its long-term effects are often considered hallmarks of the colonial period. The importation of slaves into the United States was not banned until 1808 with the passage of a bill in Congress. Though the colonial period has ended, the long-term effects of colonialism are still very much present today around the world. The slave trade lasted the longest and impacted the largest number of Africans in Western and West Central Africa (Brown & Knapp, n.d.).
Instructions:
Find and read at least 1 credible source from the AIU Library or the Internet on this topic. View this video to learn about how to select credible sources of information. You can use the following references provided or find new ones:
Origins of African Slaves: Slave Trade Routes
Lasting Effects of Slavery on Africa
African Countries and Independence Dates
African-American Heritage and Ethnography
Slave Voyages
Then, using this template, write an essay that addresses each of the following points:
Review the table or data chart provided in the template document, and describe at least 2 trends in activity that you noticed relating to the slave trade in Africa.
Select a country from which populations in Africa were enslaved, and provide some background information on that country. Be sure you identify the former colonial ruling country, your selected country’s date of independence from the colonial ruling country, and the length of time the slave trade operated there.
For your chosen country, discuss how the slave trade affected the African culture’s organization (family unit or community level) and describe how those effects are still felt today in your chosen country. Support your discussion with at least 2 relevant examples.
Based on the information you gathered on your chosen country, describe at least 2 recommendations to help improve the conditions in the country that are specific to the issues identified above and are realistic (politically, economically, and operationally).
Support your arguments with examples, as well as information from the Unit 3 intellipath lessons Colonialism and the Historic African Slave Trade: Part I and Part II and the credible sources that you located. Use APA format to cite your sources within your paper, and list them on your Reference page.
Follow APA formatting requirements. Your paper should be 2–3 pages in length (not counting the Title or Reference pages), should include a Title page and a Reference page, and should be double-spaced with 1-inch margins throughout.
Ensure good writing. Follow an organized paragraph structure. Open with an introduction paragraph, close with a conclusion paragraph, and check for grammar and spelling errors.

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1.What is your group’s history related to prejudice and discrimination? What are

1.What is your group’s history related to prejudice and discrimination?
What are the legal, political, and economic challenges facing this group?
What are historical and current forms of individual and institutionalized discrimination facing this group?
2.What is your groups relation with asylum?
3. What are your group’s health outcomes?
How has prejudice and racism affected your group’s health?
What is your group’s access to medical care and medical insurance?
What are major illnesses affecting your group?
What are the leading causes of death?
What are the most pressing healthcare challenges facing your group today?
4.What are best practices for health care practitioners who engage with this group?
Verbal and nonverbal communication style
Cultural considerations
Beginning and end-of-life decisions
Dietary guidelines
How gender affects medical decision-making
Incorporate research related to your topic for each section. Keywords are not enough to earn credit. Include evidence such as statistics, data, or quotes from experts

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Cultural Studies

1.What is your group’s history related to prejudice and discrimination? What are

1.What is your group’s history related to prejudice and discrimination?
What are the legal, political, and economic challenges facing this group?
What are historical and current forms of individual and institutionalized discrimination facing this group?
2.What is your groups relation with asylum?
3. What are your group’s health outcomes?
How has prejudice and racism affected your group’s health?
What is your group’s access to medical care and medical insurance?
What are major illnesses affecting your group?
What are the leading causes of death?
What are the most pressing healthcare challenges facing your group today?
4.What are best practices for health care practitioners who engage with this group?
Verbal and nonverbal communication style
Cultural considerations
Beginning and end-of-life decisions
Dietary guidelines
How gender affects medical decision-making
Incorporate research related to your topic for each section. Keywords are not enough to earn credit. Include evidence such as statistics, data, or quotes from experts

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Cultural Studies

Context: The African slave trade transported some 10–12.5 million enslaved Afric

Context:
The African slave trade transported some 10–12.5 million enslaved Africans to the Americas, Caribbean, and European countries between the 16th and 19th centuries. As demand for human physical labor on plantations, farms, and manors increased, enslaved populations were traded for arms, textiles, spices, wine, and other commodities. As part of the transatlantic triangle trade, slave trade activities prospered on a transcontinental scale. This brought great wealth to some regions while stripping it from another, causing socio-economic devastation, violence, and death in the process. The social and political systems in power during this time made this series of events possible on a scale never before observed in human history. This is one of the primary reasons why the slave trade and its long-term effects are often considered hallmarks of the colonial period. The importation of slaves into the United States was not banned until 1808 with the passage of a bill in Congress. Though the colonial period has ended, the long-term effects of colonialism are still very much present today around the world. The slave trade lasted the longest and impacted the largest number of Africans in Western and West Central Africa (Brown & Knapp, n.d.).
Instructions:
Find and read at least 1 credible source from the AIU Library or the Internet on this topic. View this video to learn about how to select credible sources of information. You can use the following references provided or find new ones:
Origins of African Slaves: Slave Trade Routes
Lasting Effects of Slavery on Africa
African Countries and Independence Dates
African-American Heritage and Ethnography
Slave Voyages
Then, using this template, write an essay that addresses each of the following points:
Review the table or data chart provided in the template document, and describe at least 2 trends in activity that you noticed relating to the slave trade in Africa.
Select a country from which populations in Africa were enslaved, and provide some background information on that country. Be sure you identify the former colonial ruling country, your selected country’s date of independence from the colonial ruling country, and the length of time the slave trade operated there.
For your chosen country, discuss how the slave trade affected the African culture’s organization (family unit or community level) and describe how those effects are still felt today in your chosen country. Support your discussion with at least 2 relevant examples.
Based on the information you gathered on your chosen country, describe at least 2 recommendations to help improve the conditions in the country that are specific to the issues identified above and are realistic (politically, economically, and operationally).
Support your arguments with examples, as well as information from the Unit 3 intellipath lessons Colonialism and the Historic African Slave Trade: Part I and Part II and the credible sources that you located. Use APA format to cite your sources within your paper, and list them on your Reference page.
Follow APA formatting requirements. Your paper should be 2–3 pages in length (not counting the Title or Reference pages), should include a Title page and a Reference page, and should be double-spaced with 1-inch margins throughout.
Ensure good writing. Follow an organized paragraph structure. Open with an introduction paragraph, close with a conclusion paragraph, and check for grammar and spelling errors.

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Along with a guideline of how the essay should be written.

I will post the annotated bibliography in the files . Along with a guideline of how the essay should be written. I will also add a sample research paper so you can use that also as a guide line

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Along with a guideline of how the essay should be written.

I will post the annotated bibliography in the files . Along with a guideline of how the essay should be written. I will also add a sample research paper so you can use that also as a guide line

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Explain what the text says about characteristics of cultural patterns—be specific and relate it to this scenario.

1. The Globe Please check to see if the Image(s) you are being asked to review has a title. If there is a title, then I expect you to click on the title and read the corresponding document about the image and phrase your answer in a way that demonstrates your comprehension of this document as it relates to the theory in the text. Go to The Globe. Locate the country of Brazil (in South America). Take a look at the photograph for the Kayapo Tribe. After reading the link, summarize the culture of these people.
2. The Globe Please check to see if the Image(s) you are being asked to review has a title. If there is a title, then I expect you to click on the title and read the corresponding document about the image and phrase your answer in a way that demonstrates your comprehension of this document as it relates to the theory in the text. Go to The Globe. Locate the country of Samoa (in Oceania). Take a look at the photograph for tattooing. After reading the link, summarize the culture of these people.
3. The Shower Essay Was the author wrong or insulting for offering to help an American woman down? (Your opinion) Was the woman wrong or insulting for refusing the offer? (CH – Characteristics of Cultural Patterns) Explain what the text says about Characteristics of Cultural Patterns—be specific and relate it to this scenario.
4. The Shower Essay How should nudity be viewed in this and other intercultural settings? Whose norms apply? The individuals involved are Western, yet the circumstances, culture, country and village are not. (CH – What is Culture?) Define Culture and explain which components of culture are at play here—be specific and relate it to this scenario.

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The culture map: breaking through the invisible boundaries of global business.

Kindly refer to the Outline as guildline, Frameworks mentioned in the Outline must be used in the research paper.
Please relate the frameworks in the textbook: Tuleja, Elizabeth A. International Communication for International Business, 2017. Routledge
Need to reference from: Meyer, Erin. The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business. PublicAffairs, 2016.

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Cultural Studies

Explain what the text says about characteristics of cultural patterns—be specific and relate it to this scenario.

1. The Globe
Please check to see if the Image(s) you are being asked to review has a title. If there is a title, then I expect you to click on the title and read the corresponding document about the image and phrase your answer in a way that demonstrates your comprehension of this document as it relates to the theory in the text.
Go to The Globe.
Locate the country of Brazil (in South America). Take a look at the photograph for the Kayapo Tribe.
After reading the link, summarize the culture of these people.
2. The Globe
Please check to see if the Image(s) you are being asked to review has a title. If there is a title, then I expect you to click on the title and read the corresponding document about the image and phrase your answer in a way that demonstrates your comprehension of this document as it relates to the theory in the text.
Go to The Globe.
Locate the country of Samoa (in Oceania). Take a look at the photograph for tattooing.
After reading the link, summarize the culture of these people.
3. The Shower Essay
Was the author wrong or insulting for offering to help an American woman down? (Your opinion)
Was the woman wrong or insulting for refusing the offer? (CH – Characteristics of Cultural Patterns)
Explain what the text says about Characteristics of Cultural Patterns—be specific and relate it to this scenario.
4. The Shower Essay
How should nudity be viewed in this and other intercultural settings? Whose norms apply?
The individuals involved are Western, yet the circumstances, culture, country and village are not. (CH – What is Culture?)
Define Culture and explain which components of culture are at play here—be specific and relate it to this scenario.

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Cultural Studies

You may write a historical-study paper or dig into an issue that is occurring today.

Option #1: Essay-a typical research paper of 5 pages in MLA format. You need at least 3 sources AND your Annotated Bibliography to take place of Works Cited. Just put them together.
For your final paper, write about what you want—any cultural phenomenon that interests you: dig up some secrets; delve into the unknown; try to piece together a mystery; look at a product to see why it was/is popular; debunk or support a popular myth. You may write a historical-study paper or dig into an issue that is occurring today. Come up with some research questions to guide you along the way.