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Refer to the video of a TED talk given by Hans Rosling at the U.S State Department (see below for the videos) and answer the following questions:
- What is the old mindset? Who is the “We” and “Them” and what differentiates the two?
- Did his video change your mindset on viewing the world in terms of “We” and “Them”? Does that concept still apply now or has it changed? How and why?
- This video is a few years old now, is this view still accurate, or have we as a society moved passed this?
Your response should be 400-750 words, in APA format, 12pt font, 1″ margins, cover page, references page, etc. (abstract not required). Make sure to use a .doc, docx, or rtf file format and attach the file when submitting.
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- Uniform Crime Reports (Links to an external site.)
A link to Uniform Crime Reports via the FBI website.
- Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (Links to an external site.)
Provides archived data through the University of Michigan.
- National Incident Based Reporting System (Links to an external site.)
Provides a National Incident-Based Reporting System Resource Guide via the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data website.
- National Crime Victimization Survey (Links to an external site.)
Provides access to the National Crime Victimization Survey via the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data website.
- Independent & Dependent Variables (Links to an external site.)
Provides a summary and examples of independent and dependent variables.
TED talk given by Hans Rosling at the U.S State Department: