Now that you have a descriiption of the culture, select a health problem that is

Now that you have a descriiption of the culture, select a health problem that is common to the culture or a select a population within the culture (ie age, gender, etc). Complete a brief search of the literature on the health problem including basic pathophysiology (descriiption of the condition, causes, symptoms, preventive measures, treatment prognosis, and complications). Use the library databases and select the most current information available, selecting peer reviewed journals and expert information sources as much as possible. Create an annotated bibliography: for each source, create a citation in APA format and annotations to help you write your paper. The annotations are your notes on each source and can be in any format you choose but DO NOT cut and paste from the original source unless you are considering quoting that information. It is a good place to select quotes that you might use in your paper, but make sure that you indicate direct quotes for yourself so that you do not plagiarize when you write your paper. You need to annotate 6 sources, but you may wish to cite additional sources that you find during your research, in case you choose to use other sources and want to have record of them.

 

 

the student will complete a Research Design Assignment related to a topics addre

the student will complete a Research Design Assignment related to a topics addressed in Modules/Weeks 1, 2, or 3 (civilization, exploration, or agriculture). These sources may not include any of the articles or materials assigned as readings in the course, but they may include an article addressed in your Article Assessment Journal. Your topic should be non-Western–something that isn’t traditionally covered in a U.S. History or Western Civilization course. This will be approximately 300-500 words, plus a bibliography of at least 4 sources, and must be in Turabian format.

 

 

The U.S. Census has over the years, changed racial and ethnic categories used in

The U.S. Census has over the years, changed racial and ethnic categories used in counting the population. How does the creation of racial/ethnic categories by the U.S. Census in effect create “races”? Does the current census provision enabling people to choose more than one race in classifying themselves represent a step in erasing racial and ethnic boundaries, or does it merely create other racial categories and thereby create other boundaries?
Initial Post 12 points
2 References – 3 points

 

 

4 page type written paper 2 academic references NO heading on paper- names, date

4 page type written paper
2 academic references
NO heading on paper- names, date, instructor’s name, ect
All papers should be written in APA format.
Describe your close friends that you have, and tell whether or not they are similar to you in terms of ethnicity. Explain why this may or may not be the case. Discuss whether you think ethnicity plays an unconscious role in choosing friendships? Discuss how ethnicity play a role in another area of your life? Did ethnicity play a role in you choosing to come to Dillard University? If so, how did it play a role , if you say no, why do you think it did not play a role?
Rubric
4-page paper- 20 points
Did you answer all questions and instructions listed – 20 points
2 academic references- 10 points also both of friends are African American and I think they are the same as me because they have the same skin tone as me and share the same struggles that African Americans have and give several detailed examples of how ethnicity plays a role in everyday life and yes ethnicity did play a role in me going to Dillard because it a hbcu

 

 

Find research on all of the areas listed in the file i have uploaded. It does no

Find research on all of the areas listed in the file i have uploaded. It does not have to be complete sentences or a typed up paper. You can use bullet points. Just take notes about each area and put references from where you get any information. Please do not waste your time writing a whole paper. I just would like for you to find facts and I will put it together in the next couple of weeks. I also dropped an example of what it can look like. Appreciate it.

 

 

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you w

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you will be writing later on in the course. Make sure to consult this plan every time you work on your article.
Subject
Decide which subject you want for your article. Make sure to make it a narrow subject and write down what you hope to achieve with your article. The subject must be related to an English-speaking country. Explicitly state how your subject relates to the culture, politics or society of an English-speaking country. The subject must have some basis in facts and cannot be a fiction piece.
Give a brief description of your subject in the box below. Make this part at least 100 words but not more than 150 words.
How to pick a subject
This assignment allows you quite a lot of freedom in picking your subject. The subject can be lighthearted or of a more serious nature but it is important that you find the right publication for it.
Think about your own interests and fascinations with English-speaking cultures and pick something that you feel would be relevant to you. Try to challenge yourself by picking something that you do not already know.
Keep in mind that the main focus of the article should be on the cultural aspect of your subject. For example: obesity is a medical issue, but there are cultural factors that make obesity a big problem in the US which can be examined and discussed. Another example could be American football; writing an article about the cultural phenomenon of the Super Bowl would be OK, but writing an article about the rules of American football would not be OK.
Newspaper/Magazine
Choose a newspaper/magazine from the list in which your article is going to be published. You can browse the magazines on Readly and sign up for a two week free trial if you have not already tested this site: https://gb.readly.com/accounts/sign_up. You can also visit a magazine’s web-page, they almost always publish some material online.
The New York Times
TIME
Newsweek
Forbes
National Geographic
All about History
Wanderlust Travel Magazine
Discover Britain
Poets & Writers
Rolling Stone
Men’s/Women’s Health
How to pick a newspaper/magazine
Go back to your choice of subject. What type of article are you planning to write?
Is it a news piece? Pick a newspaper and think about your angle. If you have chosen an angle that might be leaning in a certain direction politically choose a matching newspaper.
Is it a science article or popular science article? Look at both publications specifically talking about your subject as well as more general publications and decide what suits your subject. Note that it might be very hard to write a science article and that you should aim for a popular science article.
Is it a more light-hearted piece? Make sure to pick a publication that normally features your style of article. Remember that you still must have backing for your claims in the form of sources; you will need sources and extensive source criticism.
List your chosen publication in the box below.
Sources
List at least 3 sources that you plan to use and make a short source criticism of each of the listed sources. Note that the sources must be written in English.
Emphasize the strengths and weaknesses of your sources in relation to the article you plan to write.
Make note of bias, but remember that finding bias does not necessarily mean that the source cannot be used — it is, however, something to be aware of. If you use a source that you find to have questionable reliability make sure to make the reader aware in your source criticism.
For facts like statistics you should try to find information that is a first hand source and if this is not possible, a source as close to the information as possible.
Here is a webpage which you can use if you wish to understand more about sources in an academic setting: http://kildekompasset.no/source-evaluation.aspx. This assignment might not quite require the level of consideration described here but to understand the subject at depth you can go through the different articles you find starting here.
List your sources below in the box below. List one source followed by its criticism and then the second source and its criticism and so on. The sources listed here will need to be transferred to your final product when you have finished your article.
That’s the discribstion and that’s why I’m gonna have to use the same writer later on.

 

 

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you w

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you will be writing later on in the course. Make sure to consult this plan every time you work on your article.
Subject
Decide which subject you want for your article. Make sure to make it a narrow subject and write down what you hope to achieve with your article. The subject must be related to an English-speaking country. Explicitly state how your subject relates to the culture, politics or society of an English-speaking country. The subject must have some basis in facts and cannot be a fiction piece.
Give a brief description of your subject in the box below. Make this part at least 100 words but not more than 150 words.
How to pick a subject
This assignment allows you quite a lot of freedom in picking your subject. The subject can be lighthearted or of a more serious nature but it is important that you find the right publication for it.
Think about your own interests and fascinations with English-speaking cultures and pick something that you feel would be relevant to you. Try to challenge yourself by picking something that you do not already know.
Keep in mind that the main focus of the article should be on the cultural aspect of your subject. For example: obesity is a medical issue, but there are cultural factors that make obesity a big problem in the US which can be examined and discussed. Another example could be American football; writing an article about the cultural phenomenon of the Super Bowl would be OK, but writing an article about the rules of American football would not be OK.
Newspaper/Magazine
Choose a newspaper/magazine from the list in which your article is going to be published. You can browse the magazines on Readly and sign up for a two week free trial if you have not already tested this site: https://gb.readly.com/accounts/sign_up. You can also visit a magazine’s web-page, they almost always publish some material online.
The New York Times
TIME
Newsweek
Forbes
National Geographic
All about History
Wanderlust Travel Magazine
Discover Britain
Poets & Writers
Rolling Stone
Men’s/Women’s Health
How to pick a newspaper/magazine
Go back to your choice of subject. What type of article are you planning to write?
Is it a news piece? Pick a newspaper and think about your angle. If you have chosen an angle that might be leaning in a certain direction politically choose a matching newspaper.
Is it a science article or popular science article? Look at both publications specifically talking about your subject as well as more general publications and decide what suits your subject. Note that it might be very hard to write a science article and that you should aim for a popular science article.
Is it a more light-hearted piece? Make sure to pick a publication that normally features your style of article. Remember that you still must have backing for your claims in the form of sources; you will need sources and extensive source criticism.
List your chosen publication in the box below.
Sources
List at least 3 sources that you plan to use and make a short source criticism of each of the listed sources. Note that the sources must be written in English.
Emphasize the strengths and weaknesses of your sources in relation to the article you plan to write.
Make note of bias, but remember that finding bias does not necessarily mean that the source cannot be used — it is, however, something to be aware of. If you use a source that you find to have questionable reliability make sure to make the reader aware in your source criticism.
For facts like statistics you should try to find information that is a first hand source and if this is not possible, a source as close to the information as possible.
Here is a webpage which you can use if you wish to understand more about sources in an academic setting: http://kildekompasset.no/source-evaluation.aspx. This assignment might not quite require the level of consideration described here but to understand the subject at depth you can go through the different articles you find starting here.
List your sources below in the box below. List one source followed by its criticism and then the second source and its criticism and so on. The sources listed here will need to be transferred to your final product when you have finished your article.
That’s the discribstion and that’s why I’m gonna have to use the same writer later on.

 

 

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you w

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you will be writing later on in the course. Make sure to consult this plan every time you work on your article.
Subject
Decide which subject you want for your article. Make sure to make it a narrow subject and write down what you hope to achieve with your article. The subject must be related to an English-speaking country. Explicitly state how your subject relates to the culture, politics or society of an English-speaking country. The subject must have some basis in facts and cannot be a fiction piece.
Give a brief description of your subject in the box below. Make this part at least 100 words but not more than 150 words.
How to pick a subject
This assignment allows you quite a lot of freedom in picking your subject. The subject can be lighthearted or of a more serious nature but it is important that you find the right publication for it.
Think about your own interests and fascinations with English-speaking cultures and pick something that you feel would be relevant to you. Try to challenge yourself by picking something that you do not already know.
Keep in mind that the main focus of the article should be on the cultural aspect of your subject. For example: obesity is a medical issue, but there are cultural factors that make obesity a big problem in the US which can be examined and discussed. Another example could be American football; writing an article about the cultural phenomenon of the Super Bowl would be OK, but writing an article about the rules of American football would not be OK.
Newspaper/Magazine
Choose a newspaper/magazine from the list in which your article is going to be published. You can browse the magazines on Readly and sign up for a two week free trial if you have not already tested this site: https://gb.readly.com/accounts/sign_up. You can also visit a magazine’s web-page, they almost always publish some material online.
The New York Times
TIME
Newsweek
Forbes
National Geographic
All about History
Wanderlust Travel Magazine
Discover Britain
Poets & Writers
Rolling Stone
Men’s/Women’s Health
How to pick a newspaper/magazine
Go back to your choice of subject. What type of article are you planning to write?
Is it a news piece? Pick a newspaper and think about your angle. If you have chosen an angle that might be leaning in a certain direction politically choose a matching newspaper.
Is it a science article or popular science article? Look at both publications specifically talking about your subject as well as more general publications and decide what suits your subject. Note that it might be very hard to write a science article and that you should aim for a popular science article.
Is it a more light-hearted piece? Make sure to pick a publication that normally features your style of article. Remember that you still must have backing for your claims in the form of sources; you will need sources and extensive source criticism.
List your chosen publication in the box below.
Sources
List at least 3 sources that you plan to use and make a short source criticism of each of the listed sources. Note that the sources must be written in English.
Emphasize the strengths and weaknesses of your sources in relation to the article you plan to write.
Make note of bias, but remember that finding bias does not necessarily mean that the source cannot be used — it is, however, something to be aware of. If you use a source that you find to have questionable reliability make sure to make the reader aware in your source criticism.
For facts like statistics you should try to find information that is a first hand source and if this is not possible, a source as close to the information as possible.
Here is a webpage which you can use if you wish to understand more about sources in an academic setting: http://kildekompasset.no/source-evaluation.aspx. This assignment might not quite require the level of consideration described here but to understand the subject at depth you can go through the different articles you find starting here.
List your sources below in the box below. List one source followed by its criticism and then the second source and its criticism and so on. The sources listed here will need to be transferred to your final product when you have finished your article.
That’s the discribstion and that’s why I’m gonna have to use the same writer later on.

 

 

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you w

In this first part of the assignment you are going to plan an article that you will be writing later on in the course. Make sure to consult this plan every time you work on your article.
Subject
Decide which subject you want for your article. Make sure to make it a narrow subject and write down what you hope to achieve with your article. The subject must be related to an English-speaking country. Explicitly state how your subject relates to the culture, politics or society of an English-speaking country. The subject must have some basis in facts and cannot be a fiction piece.
Give a brief description of your subject in the box below. Make this part at least 100 words but not more than 150 words.
How to pick a subject
This assignment allows you quite a lot of freedom in picking your subject. The subject can be lighthearted or of a more serious nature but it is important that you find the right publication for it.
Think about your own interests and fascinations with English-speaking cultures and pick something that you feel would be relevant to you. Try to challenge yourself by picking something that you do not already know.
Keep in mind that the main focus of the article should be on the cultural aspect of your subject. For example: obesity is a medical issue, but there are cultural factors that make obesity a big problem in the US which can be examined and discussed. Another example could be American football; writing an article about the cultural phenomenon of the Super Bowl would be OK, but writing an article about the rules of American football would not be OK.
Newspaper/Magazine
Choose a newspaper/magazine from the list in which your article is going to be published. You can browse the magazines on Readly and sign up for a two week free trial if you have not already tested this site: https://gb.readly.com/accounts/sign_up. You can also visit a magazine’s web-page, they almost always publish some material online.
The New York Times
TIME
Newsweek
Forbes
National Geographic
All about History
Wanderlust Travel Magazine
Discover Britain
Poets & Writers
Rolling Stone
Men’s/Women’s Health
How to pick a newspaper/magazine
Go back to your choice of subject. What type of article are you planning to write?
Is it a news piece? Pick a newspaper and think about your angle. If you have chosen an angle that might be leaning in a certain direction politically choose a matching newspaper.
Is it a science article or popular science article? Look at both publications specifically talking about your subject as well as more general publications and decide what suits your subject. Note that it might be very hard to write a science article and that you should aim for a popular science article.
Is it a more light-hearted piece? Make sure to pick a publication that normally features your style of article. Remember that you still must have backing for your claims in the form of sources; you will need sources and extensive source criticism.
List your chosen publication in the box below.
Sources
List at least 3 sources that you plan to use and make a short source criticism of each of the listed sources. Note that the sources must be written in English.
Emphasize the strengths and weaknesses of your sources in relation to the article you plan to write.
Make note of bias, but remember that finding bias does not necessarily mean that the source cannot be used — it is, however, something to be aware of. If you use a source that you find to have questionable reliability make sure to make the reader aware in your source criticism.
For facts like statistics you should try to find information that is a first hand source and if this is not possible, a source as close to the information as possible.
Here is a webpage which you can use if you wish to understand more about sources in an academic setting: http://kildekompasset.no/source-evaluation.aspx. This assignment might not quite require the level of consideration described here but to understand the subject at depth you can go through the different articles you find starting here.
List your sources below in the box below. List one source followed by its criticism and then the second source and its criticism and so on. The sources listed here will need to be transferred to your final product when you have finished your article.
That’s the discribstion and that’s why I’m gonna have to use the same writer later on.

 

 

Looking back over the course, what are two key learning moments about course con

Looking back over the course, what are two key learning moments about course content and ideas that will stay with you as you leave the course? In your essay:
Describe the two moments. What happened to create the moment?
Describe what was helpful for your learning, such as group discussion members.
Describe what you came away with from those moments of learning. What did you learn in terms of ethnic studies content and ideas?
Describe how your learning mirrors back any of the learning outcomes for the course.
Describe how you will continue to learn about ethnic-studies related issues.
Please Read chapter 5 (Racism in the media; the spread of ideology) from the book (Race and Racisms A Critical Approach by Tanya Maria Golash-Boza. Second Edition). this is the link to the book; https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PD-e06bgvc7eldwLByJrf9I-6VR7rg5o/view.
Please make sure you answer those 5 questions and only cite from the book and avoid patchwriting and plagiarism. let me know if you questions. thanks.