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I have attached 3 readings please make a different CRJ for each reading and mention which reading it is. Critical Reflexivity Journals (CRJ) are free-form journal-like written responses to readings, online discussions, media, documentaries and lectures presented in our course. The CRJ’s should not summarize the readings, media, documentaries or course material. Instead, in your CRJ’s you will write about your reflections, thoughts, and perspectives, as well as any questions about the material or discussions you’ve engaged in.
The CRJ’s are meant to:
Facilitate your reading comprehension, critical reflexivity and critical social analysis.
Engagement and participation with the course content (if you are soft-spoken you’ll have something to share in a more private way, directly with the Professor).
Provide me with evidence that you have kept up with the readings and course material, for which I can grant you course credit.
Please be sure to discuss and cite specific readings you are referring to in your CRJ. Since there will be no in-class quizzes or mid-term exam it is important that you make sure you mention the title or author of the readings, along with concept(s) discussed in the readings to make clear that you did the readings and you’ve engaged with the course material. The CRJ’s constitute a significant portion of your grade.
Please use these questions to help you engage in critical reflexivity as you write your CRJ’s:
Did you learn something knew that you did not know about before? If so, what new concept or idea did you learn? How might you go about sharing this knew knowledge with others?
What points in the readings, media or documentaries evoked a response from you, and why? Did these points reflect or complicate your own opinion? If so, how and in what ways? Give examples from the course material and/or experiences you’ve encountered.
Was there a quote, excerpt or idea from the course material with which you agree or disagree, and why? Articulate your positioning in response to the idea, and provide evidence from the other readings or course material, or your own personal experiences to support your claim.
Did the course material challenge any of your assumptions, perceptions, biases or opinions? If so, how and in what ways? Think about where your opinions come from, and how the readings challenge or confirm those assumptions/biases.
Each CRJ entry should be no longer than a half-a-page single-spaced, or an average of 6 sentences. You do not have to write a CRJ for each reading assigned, only respond to the readings and course content that is most meaningful to you.Grading will be based on the quality of your writing, and how you engaged in critical reflectivity about the course content. If you have questions about your CRJ, email me so I can provide you with feedback and guidance.