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In Assessment Task 1 you introduced your ‘Self’. In Assessment 2, you will undertake an interview with an ‘other’ and report back on your findings. You are required to develop a series of interview questions that correspond to topics that we will be examining between Weeks 5-12. While you do not need to cover every one of these topics, you do need to cover enough of them to accurately capture your interviewee’s thoughts and feelings on these different dimensions of selfhood and identity. As what you are doing here constitutes a beginning-level piece of social research, it is also important that you gain the written consent of your interviewee and protect their identity throughout this exercise. A key way to do this will involve you asking them to choose a pseudonym and referring to them in this way throughout the task. We also ask that you record the content of your interview, but do not submit this as part of the assessment. Having a record of the discussion can help you to review the material later, as the topics (and discussion) will invariably range quite widely. In writing up your interview summary, aim to structure it in two parts. The first, roughly 250 words, should be a general introduction to the person you interviewed. The tone should be like your approach to assessment Task 1. Tell us who this person is (using a pseudonym) and outline some of the key identity markers they use to describe themselves. The remainder of the essay should be a summary of key themes or ideas discussed in your interview. In developing this part of the assignment we also want you to make specific use of course readings from three different weekly topics. For example, this could involve using concepts from a reading to help understand ideas discussed in your interview or perhaps use examples from your interview to explore the strengths and limitations of ideas discussed in a reading. Marking Criteria Provides a clear, succinct and coherent introduction to the ‘other’, outlining a range of identity markers that they use to talk about themselves. Identifies and discusses key themes and ideas arising from the specific interview questions Makes explicit and effective use of concepts, ideas or examples from readings used in at least three different weekly topics to explore relevant interview content. Presents the material in language that is clear, coherent and consistent with appropriate academic writing conventions on spelling, grammar and referencing.


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