For this Assignment, you interview a colleague about an aspect of their identity (race/ethnicity, class, sex, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, age, religion, or geographical location) that is different from your own. With your partner, first decide what aspect of social identity you do not share in common. Then consider what questions you might want to ask to learn more about the experience of living with this identity.


engage in a 20- to 30-minute phone or video conference with a colleague and interview each other about a cultural or social identity. Create interview questions and ask about the intersection of that identity with other social identities.


NOTE: Cultural Interview with anyone regarding the assigned topics (does not have to be in-person) and does not have to be a classmate. (Can be a friend, colleague, or anyone that is willing to complete the interview with you)


· Submit a 2- to 3-page paper (not including question list or references in which you:

· Describe your experience asking another person about their culture.

· Explain what you learned about a different cultural group and how you can use this information in practice.

· Identify one of the theories discussed in Chapter 2 of the text and explain how you would use this theory when working with a client who shares the same identity as the colleague you interviewed.

· Analyze your experience being asked questions about your culture.

· Explain what insights you gained from this experience and how you will use this learning experience to further develop culturally competent skills.

· Include a list of the questions that you asked at the end of the paper.

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