Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Asian/Pacific Americans for law enforcement

Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Asian/Pacific Americans for law enforcement

his assignment requires you to summarize main pints for each/all of the identified cultural groups in the text.

You are required to have at least different three sources for each cultural group. The text shall be counted as one source.

WIKIPEDIA IS NOT A VALID RESOURCE. USE OF WIKIPEDIA SHALL RESULT IN A ZERO GRADE FOR THE ENTIRE ASSIGNMENT.

This assignment SHALL completed in a document, saved as a word document (not ‘pages’ or ‘rtf’) and attached/posted in the drop box.

 

You are required to use APA format, to include:
1.Headers, and
2.1” margins, and
3.12 point font, Times New Roman, and
4.In-text citations, and
5.A properly formatted reference page at the end of the document.

Law Enforcement Contacts with Asian/Pacific American (10 points)
1.Summarize the historical background, demographics, and diversity within the Asian/Pacific American community in the United States.
2.Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Asian/Pacific Americans for law enforcement.
3.Describe the impact of the extended family and community, gender roles, generational differences, adolescent and youth issues upon law enforcement contact.
4.Highlight key law enforcement concerns and skills, resources, and practices for addressing some of these concerns.

Law Enforcement Contacts with African Americans (10 points)
1.Summarize the historical background, demographics, and diversity within the African American community in the United States.

 

2.Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of African Americans for law enforcement.
3.Identify the impact on law enforcement contact of the extended family and community, gender roles, single-mother families, and adolescent and youth issues on law enforcement contact.
4.Highlight key law enforcement concerns and skills, resources, and practices for addressing some of these concerns.

Law Enforcement Contacts with Latino/Hispanic Americans (10 points)
1.Summarize the historical background, demographics, and diversity within the Latino/Hispanic American community in the United States.
2.Discuss the implications for law enforcement of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Latino/Hispanic Americans.
3.Describe the impact on law enforcement contact of the extended family and community, gender roles, generational differences, and adolescent and youth issues.
4.Highlight key law enforcement concerns and skills, resources, and practices for addressing some of these concerns.

 

Law Enforcement Contacts with Arab Americans and other Middle Eastern Groups (10 points)
1.Summarize the historical background, demographics, and diversity within the Arab Americans and other Middle Eastern communities in the United States.
2.Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Arab Americans and other Middle Eastern groups for law enforcement.
3.Communicate the impact of the extended family and community, cultural practices, gender roles, generational differences, adolescent and youth issues upon law enforcement contact.
4.Highlight key law enforcement concerns and skills, resources, and practices for addressing some of these concerns.

Law Enforcement Contacts with Native Americans (10 points)
1.Summarize the historical background, demographics, and diversity within the Native American community in the United States.
2.Discuss the implications of communication styles, group identification terms, myths and stereotypes, and family structure of Native Americans for law enforcement.
3.Communicate the impact of the family structure and mobility, gender roles, tribal system, reservations, adolescent and youth issues upon law enforcement contact.
4.Highlight key law enforcement concerns and skills, resources, and practices for addressing some of these concerns.

Notes: For each question #1, include specific legislation(s) and/or Executive Order(s) that have impacted each cultural group’s relationship with law enforcement and/or the US government.