Subject

Topic      World Health Organization and womens vulernability

Type       Essay

Level       High School

Style        APA

Sources  14

Language               English(U.S.)

Description

This paper is about the different exposures of vulnerability that women are open to on a global level. YOU MUST USE THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION AS THE ORGANZATION OF CHOICE IN THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW AND THE REFERENCES PROVIDE (WHICH I GIVE ACCESS TO) AND RIGHT JUST AS INSTRUCTED. A PAPER WELL DONE GETS A NICE TIP.. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZTION- http://www.who.int/en/

AS WELL AS THESE REFERENCES AND THE PAPER ATTACHED..

 

USE MUST USE THESE REFERENCES TO WRITE THE PAPER * I can give you access to the books once you accept assignement.*

1.Cooperrider and Dutton (1999)

2.Connerley and Pedersen (2005)

3.Cooperrider and Dutton (1999)

4.Eitzen and Zinn (2012) – Chapter 4

In this assignment you will apply what you have learned throughout this course to develop an analysis of a global organization that is relevant to your academic and professional interests (Course Outcome #5). The organization you select should play a critical role in defining, creating, or solving a global issue. You may select an organization in any sector (public, private, nonprofit, government) as your focus. However, you must be able to demonstrate the community and global (glocal) context of the organization, the issues that it addresses, and its activities. Your paper should represent the development of your ideas throughout the term and should fully assess, analyze, and engage with both the promising and challenging aspects of the organization’s global and community context. You should integrate course concepts, ideas from class discussions, and your individual writing assignments to construct your paper. You will also find 8-10 outside sources (e.g. news articles, blogs, websites, journal articles) to build research skills and expand your in-class work.

You should do the following in your paper:

Clearly describe a global organization including its mission, history, structure, local and global features, and the global issue it addresses. The information presented should be sufficient to ground your application of theory and use of key concepts.

Apply at least one theoretical perspective to explain how the organization is situated in its environment. The readings introduce a variety of theoretical perspectives. You should select a perspective that is helpful in understanding your particular organization and resonates with your interests. You may integrate this point with your description of the organization.

Describe the internal (e.g. leadership, structure, partnerships/collaboration, boundary management, technology) and external (e.g. culture, politics, social movements) pressures for change affecting the organization. These areas approximate the topics of the weekly modules. You should develop your ideas for these sections of the paper in your weekly discussions and writing assignments.

Apply a theory of organization/organizational change that sheds light on the organization’s current and/or past changes or actions. Alternatively, you may use the theory to suggest future actions or changes. To better position your argument you can take the perspective of an internal change agent, organizational leader, or organizational consultant. To get started please carefully review the resources provided in the Week 2 module. However, you will be introduced to organizational and management theories throughout the readings.

The bulk of your paper should focus on points #3 and #4. Essays should be 10-12 pages long (excluding references, abstract, and cover page) and formatted using APA style. The paper is worth 100 points (15% of your grade) and it will be due on Friday, March 17, 2017 by 11:59pm.

To receive full credit for this assignment you must do the following:

Content (75 points):

Provide an adequate description of your organization. (10 points)

Include key concepts from each module (Weeks 1-8) and note the module as part of your citation. For example you might introduce the concept of globalization, define it, and then cite (Moghadam, 2013; Module 1). (10 points)

Define key concepts when you introduce them and apply them correctly. (25 points)

Define and explain the theories that you apply in the paper and apply them correctly. (25 points)

Restate ideas in your own words and cite rather than using quotes. (5 points)

Format and style (15 points):

Double-spaced, one-inch margins, 12-points font, remove extra line spaces (1 points)

Organize your paper using headings/subheadings (2 points)

Include a concise summary/conclusion (2 points)

Present a well-organized, thoughtful, and clearly written analysis free of grammar/spelling errors. (10 points)

References (10 points):

Include a complete reference list and ensure that all cited work is included in the reference list and all references are cited somewhere in the paper. You should cite course readings and 8-10 outside sources. (10 points)

 

WEEK 1 – Transnational, transboundary corporations

Network, global change organization

Global change, human dimensions of

Constructionism, strengths of

NGO, regime, association, grass roots organizations

Interorganizational association

 

Globalization (features and characteristics)

Neoliberalism, global culture

Economic protectionism, three eras of globalization

10 percent presumption, globalization from above

Cultural homogenization, the race to the bottom

 

World polity theory, World culture

World organizations, carriers of modern values

World system theory, globalization

Globalization-from-below, globalization-from-above

Transnational social movement

Hegemon, information and communication technology

 

Diversity versus multiculturalism

Four strategies for dealing with diversity

Broad vs. narrow definition of culture

Multicultural skills

Emic (cultural relativism), etic (ethnocentric)

Manager, leader, followers

 

WEEK 2 From Fisher (1999) and Aram (1999)

 

Northern, southern, NGOs

Typology of global change

Global issue regime

GRSO, GRO, INGO

Networks, regional networks, mixed networks

Global change organization, global issue

Cultural assumptions of global change organizations

 

From Connerley and Pedersen (2005)

 

Culture, ethnocentrism, encapsulated leaders

Cognitive complexity, cognitive balance

Self-reference criterion

Personal, national, and corporate culture

Three stage developmental sequence

Test of reasonable opposites, stereotyping, racism

Developmental model of intercultural sensitivity

Cognitive, affective, and behavioral components of intercultural communication

 

From Tenkasi and Mohrman (1999) and Brown and Ashman (1999)

 

Perspective-taking, models of change, collaborative learning

False consensus effect, interpretive spaces

Practical, discursive consciousness, appreciative inquiry

Dialogic method, search conferencing, social capital

Social learning, organizational learning, levels of learning

Catalysts for learning

 

From Eitzen and Zinn (2012)

 

Transnational migration, international migrant, irregular migrant

Feminization of migration, climate migration, superexploitation

Global capitalism, immigrant rights movement

Climate change, climate refugee

 

WEEK From Coooperrider & Dutton (1999) Chapters 2-3

 

seven properties of sensemaking

design principles to promote sensemaking

global social change organization

global issue regime, bridging organization

structural, entrepreneurial, intellectual leadership

referent organization, constructionist leadership

cultures of inquiry, appreciative

 

From Connerley & Pederson (2005) Chapters 4-5

 

complexity of culture, stereotype

identity, ethnic identity, group identity, cultural identity

ethnicity, racial identity models

tripartite model of personal identity

global leadership competencies, global literacy

multidimensional model for developing cultural competence

multicultural counseling competencies

 

From GLOBE (Dorfman et al., 2012)

 

six global leadership dimensions

cultural values versus practice

universal versus culturally contingent leadership attributes

organizational culture, national culture

cultural constructs

idealized leader attributes

keys for successful executive leadership

challenges for multinational teams

Spacing  Double

 

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