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The style parameters for your paper are as follows:
• Length should be a minimum of two pages.
• Format should include one-inch margins (top and bottom, left and right); double-spaced lines; 12-point Times New Roman or 10-point Arial font. Do not quadruple space between paragraphs.
• Include the name of the film, song/poem, or article as the title of your assignment. For example, the title might be “Worldview in Culture Analysis of the Film Bicentennial Man.” No coversheet is necessary.
Follow these instructions as you prepare your Worldview in Culture Analysis assignment:
Select ONE of the following worldview in culture topics: (1) Worldview in Film, (2) Worldview in Song or Poetry, or (3) Worldview in News Media.
(1) Worldview in Film: Watch one film and analyze it from the perspective of discerning worldview ideas. The film must be selected from the list below and must be watched as part of this assignment, even if you have previously viewed the film. (You will watch the film from the fresh perspective of discerning worldview ideas.) Answer the Worldview Analysis Questions. Your answers should reflect clear and critical thinking on worldview ideas expressed in the film. You may choose any one of the following films. The film’s year of release and MPAA rating are noted:
• To Kill a Mockingbird (1962, PG)
• Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980, PG)
• Groundhog Day (1993, PG)
• Bicentennial Man (1999, PG)
• Tuck Everlasting (2002, PG)
• Spider-Man 3 (2007, PG-13)
• The Dark Knight (2008, PG-13)
• The Hunger Games (2012, PG-13)
• Ender’s Game (2013, PG-13)
• Interstellar (2014, PG-13)
(2) Worldview in Song or Poetry: Select one song (cannot be a Christian song) or one poem (cannot be a Christian poem) and analyze it from the perspective of discerning worldview ideas. The song or poem you select should contain sufficient meaningful content in order to facilitate your analysis. Answer the Worldview Analysis Questions. Your answers should reflect clear and critical thinking on worldview ideas identified in the selected song or poem. Important: The song lyrics or the text of the poem must be included with your analysis. Copy and paste or type the song lyrics or poem at the end of your analysis.
(3) Worldview in News Media: Select one news article/editorial from a current publication (magazine, newspaper, journal) and analyze it from the perspective of discerning worldview ideas. An Internet publication is fine, but use only a credible source. The article you select should contain sufficient meaningful content in order to facilitate your analysis. Answer the Worldview Analysis Questions. Your answers should reflect clear and critical thinking on worldview ideas identified in the selected article. Important: The article text must be included with your analysis.
Worldview Analysis Questions
Once you have viewed the film, listened to the song/read the poem, or read the article you selected, you are ready to answer the Worldview Analysis Questions. Be sure to answer ALL parts of each question. Do not delete the questions. Leave the questions in your paper. Do not use any outside sources.
Answer the following questions for the film, song/poem, or article you analyzed for this assignment. Your answers must be thorough and must reflect clear and critical thinking and analysis of worldview ideas identified in the selected film, song/poem, or article. I suggest you review your selected film, song/poem, or article at least twice; this should help you complete a more thorough analysis. Important: DO NOT simply prepare a summary or a synopsis of the film, song/poem, or article. This is not a “book report”; rather, it is an analysis of the content of the film, song/poem, or article with the goal of identifying worldview ideas. Answer ALL parts of each question using complete sentences (leave the questions in your paper).
1. Think about how you reacted to your selection (film, song/poem, or article).
1. a. What was your initial reaction?
b. Why do you think you reacted this way?
c. In what ways did your selection compare with your personal worldview? Provide at least two specific examples.
d. In what ways did your selection conflict with your personal worldview? Provide at least two specific examples.
2. Describe how each of Sire’s worldview questions is depicted in your selection (film, song/poem, or article):
1. a. What is prime reality—the really real?
b. What is external reality—the world around us?
c. What is a human being—do humans have significance?
d. What happens to a person at death?
e. How is it possible to know anything?
f. How do we know what is right and wrong?
g. What is the meaning and purpose of history?
h. What core commitments are consistent with the worldview(s) depicted in your selection?
3. Think about the overall worldviews depicted in your selection (film, song/poem, or article):
1. a. Which of the worldviews discussed in Sire’s The Universe Next Door is the main worldview of your selection?
b. How does the main worldview of your selection compare to the Christian Theistic worldview in Sire’s The Universe Next Door? Provide at least two specific examples.
c. How does the main worldview in your selection contrast with the Christian Theistic worldview in Sire’s The Universe Next Door? Provide at least two specific examples.
4. Reflect on the impact worldview in culture analysis has had on you personally as you completed this assignment.
1. a. In what ways will this exercise in the discernment of worldview ideas change or impact the way you interact with culture, both with media and with people? List two specific examples.
b. In what ways have you experienced personal growth as a result of examining worldview in culture? List two specific examples.
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