What ideas, positions, or assumptions do you want to challenge or argue with in the text?

The paper or project should cover an aspect of intercultural communication that includes Poles and Polish culture in the data and analysis. Students should have their topics approved by the instructor prior to data collection. Data should include interviews, observation, and other artifacts relevant to the topic. The final papers should be approximately 20 pages in length and follow APA style guidelines. Previous topics have considered: a comparison of the relationship between cyclists and motorists in Poland and the US, the culture of teams in scientific labs in Poland and the US, perceptions of domestic violence in each culture, the role of privacy among young people in Poland, and the communication structure of healthcare clinics in Poland.• Connections: What connections do you draw between the text and your own life or your other learning? • Challenge: What ideas, positions, or assumptions do you want to challenge or argue with in the text? • Concepts: What key concepts or ideas do you think are important and worth holding on to from the text? • Changes: What changes in attitudes, thinking, or action are suggested by the text, either for you or others? The textbook we are using is Communication and the Human Condition by W. Barnett Pierce Here is the outline to write by… Thesis: The pandemic has caused a cultural shift within major cities around the world concerning health, lifestyle and transportation which has in turn given rise to an even greater importance regarding the level and effectiveness of communication between cyclists and motorists. I. Introduction • Thesis Statement II. Pandemic Effect • Lifestyle • Health • Transportation • Economic • Advantages of Riding vs Driving III. NYC • Pre-Pandemic vs Post-Pandemic Bicycle Access and Paths • Pre-Pandemic vs Post-Pandemic Statistics Bicycle-Motorist Related Accidents • Analysis IV. Poland • Pre-Pandemic vs Post-Pandemic Bicycle Access and Paths • Pre-Pandemic vs Post-Pandemic Statistics Bicycle-Motorist Related Accidents Analysis V. Analysis of Communication • NYC vs Poland VI. Reflection VII. Conclusion