The Discussion Board is part of the core of online learning. The purpose of the Discussion Board is to allow you to learn through sharing ideas and experiences as they relate to course content and the Discussion Board question. Classroom discussion in an online environment requires your active participation with classmates and your instructor to create robust interaction and dialogue. Students are highly encouraged to engage on the Discussion Board early and often, as that is the primary way the university tracks class attendance and participation. Because it is not possible to engage in two-way dialogue after a conversation has ended, no posts to the DB will be accepted after the end of each unit. At a minimum, you will be expected to complete 3 posts during the unit: 1 original response to the Discussion Board question and 2 posts responding to classmates, following these guidelines: Your original post must be at least 200 words in length. It must reference the text or course learning materials at least once. Please note that even if the question asks for an opinion, you are still expected to support opinions with references to course materials and any other credible academic sources to support your opinions. Do not use Internet sources other than those provided in the course materials. APA format is not necessary for your Discussion Board when citing references, but you are required to acknowledge your resources: In the narrative, describe where information was obtained. For example, “As mentioned in Chapter 2 of the course textbook, prioritizing tasks is…” or “As mentioned in the intellipath lesson for Unit 2…” Your two response posts must be at least 75 words in length. Responses should contribute to the conversation by being reflective, specific, and engaging. Quick responses (such as “I agree” or “Thank you!”) will not be counted as adequate. Your first contribution must be posted before midnight CST (Central time) on Friday of each week. You must make 2 additional posts—on separate days between Saturday and Tuesday—before midnight CST. The original response and the peer responses can be completed in any order. For assistance in supporting your assignment, please use your text and all course materials. After you have reviewed the Assignment Details below, click the Discussion Board link under the My Work heading above to make your post. Review this tutorial on How to Post to the Discussion Board. Assignment Details Should people just say “live and let live” when they look at the practices of another culture that they find objectionable? Begin by reading this short article, Cultural Relativism vs. Ethical Relativism, and then answer the following questions: What is cultural relativism? What is ethical relativism? What, if any, is the relationship between the two? Do people outside of a culture have the right to criticize that culture’s values or beliefs? Why or why not? Think of a strong example of a cultural practice. For example, say another culture practices child marriages. What would a cultural relativist say about this? What would an ethical relativist say about it? Support your answer. References Council on Foreign Relations. (2013). Child marriage. Retrieved from!/#!/ X40553. (n.d.). Cultural relativism vs. ethical relativism. WordPress. Retrieved from In your own words, post a response to the Discussion Board, and comment on at least 2 other postings. You will be graded on both level of engagement and the quality of the contribution to the discussion. Grading Rubric Assignment CriteriaProficient DescriptorPoints Quality of Main Post 27 Points Total Student’s main post meets or exceeds the following requirements Responds completely to all of parts of discussion question. (7 points) Communicates content information accurately and/or logically (7 points) Delivers a thoughtful response demonstrating insights and reflections (7 points) Connects to both key content concepts and personal experiences (6 points) /27 pts. Response to Peers 24 Points Total • Responds to a minimum of 2 peers. (12 points per response) Substantive response (6 points) Furthers the conversation with peers. Examples could include: (6 points) Provides additional resources Connects to key concepts

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