Signature Assignment Part II – Map Analysis

Create a 5-6 minute presentation with 3 PowerPoint slides and a written narrative. You will spend about 1-2 minutes discussing each slide:

SLIDE 1:
Topic: What is your relationship to the people you are matching?

1. Read: Teo, T. (2010). What is epistemological violence in the empirical social sciences? Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 4(5), 295303 (attached)

2. PowerPoint:
a. Include a snapshot of the map you created in Part I
b. Concisely address the following questions (only 1-2 bullet points for each prompt):
— What is epistemological violence?
— What is an example of epistemological violence used in the article?
— How does the map you created for this assignment have the potential for epistemological violence? Towards who?

3. Narrative:
a. Expound on the following questions. Be specific and cite examples.
— What is epistemological violence?
— What is an example of epistemological violence used in the article?
— How does the map you created for this assignment have the potential for epistemological violence? Towards who?

SLIDE 2:
Topic: What problems can this map solve?

1. PowerPoint:
a. Concisely summarize your findings from the Great Migration assignment (attached)
b. Include a map about the Great Migration (it’s okay to use Google)
c. List push and pull factors
d. Identify a theory of migration

2. Narrative:
a. Summarize your findings from the Great Migration assignment in detail (attached)
b. Expound on the push and pull factors
c. Choose a theory of migration and discuss
d. Discuss how this map helps you further illuminate your summary

SLIDE 3:
Topic: Telling a story with visual hierarchy

1. Read: Visual Hierarchy (Axis): https://visme.co/blog/visual-hierarchy/

2. Watch: Ted Talk about Data Visualization: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xsvGYIxJok

3. PowerPoint:
a. Concisely address the following prompts:
— Tell a story about the map you created in Part I
— List how good visual hierarchy helps tell a story
— Discuss one aspect of visual hierarchy from the “Visual Hierarchy” site https://visme.co/blog/visual-hierarchy/

4. Narrative:
a. Expound on the following prompts:
— Tell a story about the map you created in Part I
— How does good visual hierarchy help tell a story?
— Explore one aspect of visual hierarchy from the “Visual Hierarchy” site https://visme.co/blog/visual-hierarchy/

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