Photo Elicitation Poster Project, social science homework help

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  • I.Photo Elicitation Poster Project (30%)

For your final project, you will present a photo-journalistic “essay” that showcases and highlights aspects of our class related to the concepts, theories, and ideas we have read and discussed. You should use a minimum of 20 photographs that you have taken during the semester. Your photographs should tell a “story” or present some inter-related and connected aspects of the ideas, themes, theories, identities, or practices we have studied. Your images can be representative, literal, or figurative in their representations. But you must convey a sense of what diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, power, privilege, and various social identities look like, feel like, and mean to you. In what ways are these present, or absent, on your campuses? How might various groups on your campus perceive or experience these? You will present your project during our last class at a poster session. You should be prepared to facilitate conversation and discussion around your poster as well. More details will be provided during class regarding the final presentation of your poster.

Guidelines for Final Photo Project

For your final project, you will present a photo-journalistic “essay” that showcases and highlights aspects of our class related to the concepts, theories, and ideas we have read and discussed. You should use a minimum of 20 photographs that you have taken during the semester. Your photographs should tell a “story” or present some inter-related and connected aspects of the ideas, themes, theories, identities, or practices we have studied. Your images can be representative, literal, or figurative in their representations. But you must convey a sense of what diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, power, privilege, and various social identities look like, feel like, and mean to you. In what ways are these present, or absent, on your campuses? How might various groups on your campus perceive or experience these? You will present your project during our last class at a poster session.

Some guidelines for putting together your poster:

  • Your poster should be no smaller than 36”x48” and no larger than 48”x60”
  • You may use poster board, or regular paper to put together your poster
  • I would encourage you to view the following video which give some ideas for putting this together in powerpoint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4qXONix2aQ
  • If you chose to do this in powerpoint and print it, you can go to someplace like Staples or Office Max and print it off as a single “poster”. You might even be able to get this printed on campus at Morgan’s print shop located in Montebello
  • You should make sure that your photographs have captions and some type of description associated with them
  • Remember, your poster should convey some unified narrative about power, privilege, social justice, diversity and multiculturalism.

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