Module 5 requires you to share the goals, findings, achievements, and conclusions of your capstone project by preparing and delivering an oral presentation. You will offer feedback on your classmates’ presentations; you will also incorporate classmates’ feedback for updates or revisions of your own presentation before submitting for grading in Module 6.
Module 5 covers the following topics:
● Delivery techniques for an effective presentation (e.g. posture, gesture, eye contact, vocal expressiveness, language choices)
● Use of visual aids for a presentation (e.g. examples, statistics, quotations) to establish credibility
After successfully completing Module 5, you should be able to:
MO 5.1 Organize a presentation with a clear introduction, body, and conclusion as well as effective
MO 5.2 Deliver a presentation using appropriate delivery techniques.
MO 5.3 Present the research and convey the significance of the study in a polished, informative, and
visually interesting manner.
Course objectives covered in this module include CO 2, CO 3, CO 4
● Read Chapters 13 and 18 in Lester and Lester, Writing Research Papers.
● Research Guides (University of Southern California Library)
○ Giving an Oral Presentation
Module 5 has one activity. You must also complete and submit the ETS Major Field Test or Written Communication Assessment. Please consult the Course Calendar for the due dates.
Discussion Forum 5 (Oral Presentation)
In Discussion Forum 5, post your response to the following discussion question. Reply to at least two classmates’ responses by the date indicated in the Course Calendar.
Develop a recorded video presentation (8 to 10 minutes) on the goals, achievements, and conclusions of the capstone project. Be sure to indicate interpretations of your findings including a full analysis and what you learned when completing this project. Upload and post your video by the beginning of Week 10, allowing classmates the opportunity to view and comment on your work throughout Weeks 10 and 11. [MO 5.1, MO 5.2, MO 5.3]
Mass Incarceration: – A Modern Form of Institutionalized Slavery The possibility that America is free of servitude or that bondage was canceled is probably the greatest error on the planet. Opportunity is an essential ideal for each person on the planet. American establishments have anyway discovered an open route around the fundamental opportunities of the individuals utilizing the very foundations that we order to secure us. The thirteenth Amendment should nullify the act of bondage and its natives with a sacred assurance against individuals who to strip their opportunities. This revision has just exacerbated and changed how establishments subjugate individuals in the present current world that prides itself with rights and opportunities that have next to no effect. Hence, it tends to be said that the thirteenth amendment, albeit authoritatively canceled bondage in America in 1865, it incorporates a proviso for the act of automatic subjugation. Systematized subjugation is being helped out as of now through the equity framework and the jail frameworks. The American jail framework speaks to cutting edge subjugation. The equity framework is the principle culprit since they have the command to decipher laws, for example, the thirteenth amendment, and guarantee that each person, regardless of the race and money related status, gets a reasonable preliminary. The jail framework goes about as the killer. They hence, exploit the way that the individuals under their consideration have no different alternatives. The thirteenth amendment set forward a reasonable message, yet its ambiguity as it identifies with two issues have a major risk to the opportunities of the individuals. This is apparent for the instance of African Americans who get themselves vulnerable despite equity framework. The American Criminal equity framework deliberately powers African Americans to an arrangement of extraordinary mercilessness, suppression and control, which is a strategy by the US detainment facilities that have demonstrated fruitful throughout the years. The principal issue has to do with the expressions “aside from as discipline”. It demonstrates to be questionable and leaves space for blended understandings and provisos that take into account servitude to live on. The words made it with the goal that subjugation was not totally annulled. Somewhat it feels like the individuals who drafted thirteenth amendment did not really need subjection to be abrogated. This is hostile since similar individuals that guarantee to put stock in rights opportunities, still set forward a prejudicial message. That is; bondage can be abrogated yet under explicit conditions it will be permitted. Obviously, youngsters just as ladies of shading drudge away in the 21st century fields and sow close by. Minorities are typically bolted up at disturbing rates. It is a corporate addition since private enterprises exploit the shabby work to procure huge riches. This offers a setting for the appreciation of how private organizations work in a true swap for current subjugation. The subsequent issue has to do with the elucidation of the premise of subjugation; that is, what condition are to be considered as subjection? This issue is the thing that puts individuals on the edge about what is considered as bondage. For example, if a Native American lady goes to court with a case that her significant other secured her up their home during their time of marriage, would this be able to be considered as bondage? Such a case is unadulterated and straightforward an instance of constrained bondage, in any case, lawfully these individuals are hitched and the judge needs to build up a connection between the lady’s protest and the foundation of servitude. The inquiry is, how is this connection set up? For any individual or foundation to be discovered blameworthy of subjection, a solid connection must be built up. These occasions are a couple of models that demonstrate the various reasons regarding why the sacred law that should ensure individuals has bombed them. It is additionally a similar law that gives establishments, for example, jails, police and the equity framework a slack to segregate and further the act of bondage. In September 2016, there was an enormous jail strike in the United States. The detainees were dissenting the reality they are compelled to offer close to free work to the administration and organizations in association with the legislature for almost no compensation. The hard truth is that will be that detainment facilities can’t work without the commitments that the detainees put in. In any case, is this work some portion of their discipline or is the legislature simply proceeding with the act of bondage while simultaneously making cash off of it? (Fudge 230) The work done by prisoners for multinationals in the United States is assessed to be a 2-billion-dollar income industry. The administration likewise gets the opportunity to have free support administrations for their jail frameworks regardless of the a large number of dollars the Congress apportions to them each monetary year. The few multinationals that really pay their laborers in the jail framework pay a couple of pennies for each hour. This is a broad encroachment on the privileges of the individuals regardless of the wrongs that they may have submitted before (Plat 405). This circumstance is disturbed by issues of separation in the country. The thirteenth amendment was clearly a law that profited the dark network in the biggest percent. In any case, segregation is an issue that influences all individuals that are not white, that is, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latin Americans among other minority gatherings. Presently, the quantity of African Americans inside the jail frameworks is assessed to be multiple times the quantity of white Americans. The other racial gatherings, for example, Latin Americans and Asian Americans are for the most part unlawful outsiders and subsequently the quantity of individuals in the announced is to a great extent under evaluated. The key issue that powers the oppressive mass imprisonments obviously prompts understood inclinations on race and bondage. Countless this imprisonments is because of minor wrongdoings that white Americans would get next to no time for (Taylor et al. 155). This is proof that non-white Americans, are being exposed to institutional bondage regardless of the presence of the thirteenth amendment. The defenders that contended for the thirteenth amendment in the years prior to its passing had put forth the defense that subjection had no sacred premise and henceforth there was no legitimate contention against its abrogation. This contention as I would like to think conveyed a ton of weight and spoke to the twofold norms that the White Americans in power at the time held. This law has wound up being a reason for legitimizing of bondage. A few assessments against the idea of organized subjection will contend that a jail sentence isn’t servitude. Besides, in light of the fact that the meaning of servitude is questionable does not imply that there is no current subjugation. The vagueness of the established arrangement ought to be a premise to legitimize subjugation in our present society. The ‘White Americans’ with a larger part being from the Southern States have taken to new strategies of broadcasting conservatism, money related control and political coalition collusions to attempt to win back the benefit and opportunity that was picked up from the utilization of slaves. In addition, the personality of conservatism is simply one more method for isolation and in different terms another servitude framework. From a fair viewpoint, restriction can contend that having a conclusion is their lawful right. Be that as it may, when this idea is being utilized to encroach and fundamentally persecute different gatherings that don’t comply with their decisions, at that point it is bondage There is another philosophy circumventing that some way or another criminal conduct depends on race. Criminalization is another way that non-white races are being ordered and systematized for the continuation of the act of subjection. How is authorizing subjugation in the bounds of a jail not the same as what it has consistently been? There is no distinction, it is the equivalent precise condition simply under various definitions and this time endorsed conditions. The American government basically nullified one sort of servitude and supplanted it with another and modern type of it. The criminal equity frameworks in evident situations target African Americans and basically advantage a similar rich moderate gatherings that to a great extent support penitentiaries and the strategies behind them. Preservationists will consistently contend with reasons like the subsidizing improves jail conditions or that they are giving chances to people in an awful circumstance to improve their lives. Such sort of legitimization is the thing that blinds and consistently squares endeavors to attempt to relieve this circumstance. To aggregate up, the issue of standardized bondage overflow deeply issues tormenting the American equity framework. Indicted criminals whether in jail or discharged, are not permitted to cast a ballot. This is something else works up the scars of African American rights and opportunities that were prevented during the days from securing servitude. The way that African Americans are focused in disturbing numbers for imprisonment focuses to a profound attached exertion to attempt to keep them in the establishment of bondage. Consequently, the best way to alleviate this issue is to correct the law itself. I don’t accept that nullifying that piece of the constitution is the best approach. Abolishing subjection is something worth being thankful for; be that as it may, the law should be sure about the absolution of the issue and expel any uncertain wording. Work Cited Fudge, Judy. “Servitude and Unfree Labor: The Politics of Naming, Framing, and Blaming.” Labor/Le Travail 82 (2018): 227-244. LeBaron, Genevieve. “Jail Labor, Slavery, and the State.” Revisiting Slavery and Antislavery. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2018. 151-177. Platt, Tony. “Elizabeth Hinton, From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America.” (2018): 403-405. “Detainees Have No Constitutional Protections Against Slavery Because of One Exception in the thirteenth Amendment.” Daily Intelligencer, 5 Oct. 2016. General OneFile, http://link.galegroup.com/applications/doc/A465615832/GPS?u=m>