Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet
Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix. Part II: Write a summary.
Part III: Format references consistent with APA guidelines.
|Part I: Matrix |What is the group’s history in |What is the group’s population in|What are some attitudes and customs people of this group |What is something you admire about this group’s| | |the United States? |the United States? |may practice? |people, lifestyle, or society? | |Osage Indian Tribe |The Osage were the largest |Most Osage people live in |Today's Osage members may wear moccasins and some may own |I am a descendent from the Osage’s and I was | | |tribe of the Southern Sioux |Oklahoma today. Today the Osage |deerskin dresses. They typically wear modern clothing; |told by my grandmother that the spelling and | | |Indians occupying what would |number over 10,000 and are based |however, they save the clothing their ancestors wore for |pronunciation of the Osage people is Wah Zha | | |later become the states of |in Pawhuska, Oklahoma ("Osage |ceremonies and special occasions. For example, they might |Zhi. | | |Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska |Nation", 2006). |dress in the traditional way to attend a special dance | | | |("Osage Nation", 2006). | |celebration ("Osage Nation", 2006). |According to "Osage Nation" (2006), they | | | |Today, the Osage chief is elected| |practice by their mission, which is…”To ensure | | |They are supposed to have |by all the tribal members and the| |the survival of the Wah Zha Zhi Nation of | | |originally constituted a single|Osages care for their land and | |people, we will share, preserve and celebrate | | |body living along the lower |their cultural heritage ("Osage | |the values, teachings and tribal ways that our | | |area of the Ohio river. The |Nation", 2006). | |elders entrusted to the present and future | | |Osage Indians are original | | |generations” (Osage Nation Constitution). | | |people of Oklahoma, Missouri, | | | | | |Kansas, and Arkansas. In the | | | | | |past, each Osage band was led | | | | | |by a chief who was chosen by a | |...