The Community-Culture Infographic investigate multicultural aspects of a Lakewood City in Ocean County NJ ethic groups under 65 years without health insurance. The Community-Culture Infographic should include the following: 1] A brief description of the neighborhood and its most salient cultural features and your relationship to the community (e.g. what is it called? 2] Does it have distinct boundaries or is it organized around some central place or institution? 3] A description/analysis of important events or histories that shaped its past and present (Was it once associated with a particular ethnic group or population? Who or what are the major streets named after? Are there markers, murals, statues etc. that reflect its history?) 4] A description of the current cultural milieu of the community (this can include demographics, references to housing, businesses, churches, community organizations, parks, schools/universities, etc.) 5] A description of the ways in which this community appears to be culturally robust (for example, a community with vibrant institutions, Gay Pride flags on apartment or business windows) or perhaps unhealthy (an area with no cohesion, bars on windows, abandoned buildings, empty lots, etc.) 6] Provide a summary description/analysis of your perspective as either an Insider or Outsider to this community, and the ways in which this assignment may have changed your view of the community’s culture(s). 7] To help you complete the assignment, free Infographic packages can be found at Visme ( Visme produces a free downloadable e-book titled How to Make an Infographic: A Visual Guide for Beginners. Please keep in mind that every part of an Infographic (color, shading, shapes, pictures, graphs, charts, text, flow, and overall aesthetic) should help convey information about the community, and that wording should be concise and to the point. The assignment should include the following 1]Data provided is clear and compelling throughout graphic. Strong use of visuals [charts/graphs/pictorials] 2] Use of Color: Pertinent sections are highlight data, main conclusions,and overall visual of infographic. 3] Use of text/writing: Excellent use of standard English showing original thought, and proper grammar. Writing is clear and to the well with visuals 4] Overall aesthetic: Visual layout and aesthetics gives solid appeal and visual appealing throughout Online resources available to help you explore your community include (but are not limited to): Health insurance (lack of) among <65 (Links to an external site.) Med debt, by county & % without health insurance (Links to an external site.) State (city) Facts: Min Wage, Avg renter wage, 2-bedroom housing wage, number of hours needed to afford rent Neighborhood income, poverty (Links to an external site.) Black homeownership gap (Links to an external site.) Hispanic homeownership gap (Links to an external site.) Eviction Lab Frey, W. H. (2018). Diversity explosion: How new racial demographics are remaking america. Brookings Institution Press. Chapter 11: Race and Politics: The Cultural Generation Gap in Presidential Elections Pew Research Center. (March 20, 2018). Trends in party affiliation among demographic groups. Pew Research Center. To help create Community Culture Infographic please review the web site below: Citations should be no more than 5 years old Please use Permalink for all citations used.
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