I need some course work edited. It’s a paper on symbolic interactionism. It has 12% plagiarism, and it sounds like I have written it straight from the sources. I need it to sound more like my words, not the source’s words. if that makes sensbcie. I need to have less plagiarism, and more personalized.
I have The intro and showed a picture down below as well as the instructions for the body paragraphs. Paragraph one and paragraph two go off of my intro please I have linked the film down below show a picture of the song where you can find it on YouTube as well as the article and other video to write about was evidence for the main film.
Write body paragraph one about the article and song and how those help my main claim in my intro. Same goes for body paragraph 2 how the extra two video is evidence to my main claim in the intro please use sources and site them in the paper .￼ these two videos is chimamanda ngozi adichi: the danger of a single story |TED and bronx to billions: the former guide to hip hip history| forbes. The main film you will be comparing evidence to is – hip-hop-beyond-beats-and-rhymes
Song- is shown on one of the pictures search on youtube
Videos- chimamanda ngozi adichi: the danger of a single story |TED and bronx to billions: the former guibcide to hip hip history| forbes
This phase contains three sections:
Selection of a Course-Related Topic: Select a topic that is (a) related to the culture of capitalism and (b) has affected the country selected for your first phase, and indicate what it is, in this manner:
“My proposed topic is ____________________ in [insert country].”
Your project will focus on a RECENT manifestation (no more than two years old) of one of the below topics.
Choose ONE of these topics: development, structural adjustment programs (or any one structural adjustment program such as currency devaluation, or privatization of a public service, removal of tariffs, wage reduction, cutbacks in government spending on education/healthcare etc.), ethnocide, genocide, migration, tourism, eco-tourism, urbanization, hunger, poverty, health disparities, disease (or a specific disease such as HIV/AIDS, Coronavirus, Norovirus), the Green Revolution, free trade agreements (or a specific free trade agreement such as NAFTA or CAFTA,) export processing zones, assembly plants, transnational corporations, IMF loans, the World Bank loans, the World Trade Organization policies, gender-related issues (e.g. dismantling of traditional gender relations, increasing gender inequality), environmental issues, climate change, food insecurity. AS YOU CONSIDER THE TOPIC, BEAR IN MIND THAT IN PHASE 3 YOU’LL HAVE TO SHOW HOW THE TOPIC IS AN OUTCOME OF THE CULTURE OF CAPITALISM. THE TEXTBOOK CAN HELP YOU DO SO. CHOOSE CAREFULLY.
2. Description of the Developing Country (Note format using bullets):
Geography/Government: Continent or region in/on which the country is located. Was the country ever colonized by another country? Which? When did it achieve its independence? Current political system or type of government (e.g. two-party parliamentary system.)
Country’s economic situation: type of economy (e.g. free enterprise, state-managed), economic standing in comparison to other countries (GDP, GNI, OR HDI, and its ranking in relation to other countries).
Demographics: total population, gender breakdown, age groups, racial/ethnic groups, religion/s, literacy rate, life expectancy at birth, infant mortality rate.
Country’s currency and how much it is when converted to the U.S. dollar.
Country’s main industries: (E.G. coffee, cacao, bananas, bauxite, textiles, electronics, tourism, oil, etc.).
You may find information for the above in the CIA World Factbook. Click on the link below and use the dropdown menu to find the country you have chosen:
CIA World FactbookLinks to an external site.
Links to an external site.3. Selection of Source/s* and Annotated Bibliography
Besides the CIA World Fact Book, the project requires use of at least two sources: 1) Either a current news source (news report in a CREDIBLE newspaper/news source) or a scholarly research article published in a peer-reviewed journal. The source should be no more than 2 years old. 2) Your textbook.
External Source and Textbook
Select your external source–i.e., newspaper article OR research article–and read the source. Remember that the source should be no more than two years old.
For news sources you may consult newspaper articles (for example, the Business Insider, BBC, Sky News, CNN, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Sun Sentinel, etc.) You are free to use multiple news sources, if you wish. Doing so is, however, not required.
To find a scholarly research article, go to FAU’s main page, select “Libraries,” then “Indexes/Databases” from the menu on the left. Click on “Browse Databases by Subject or Format,” select “Social Science Databases” and click on “search.” Select “SocINDEX with Full Text.” Do a Boolean search – that is, a search that uses two or more terms. For example, if your topic is NAFTA, and your country is Mexico, enter each term in one of the boxes. A third search term might be “capitalism,” or “neo-liberalism,” or “farmers”—especially if you want to learn about the impact NAFTA has had on Mexican farmers. Select “full-text” and “Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) journals.” Hit “SEARCH.” [NOTE: You may use any of the library online databases that lead you to peer-reviewed journal articles.]
Read the chapter or section of the textbook (Robbins and Dowty) that discusses your topic. Use the contents page or index as needed to help you locate the chapter/pages. For example, if you’d like to write about disease in Haiti, read chapter 8 of the text.
3. Prepare an annotated bibliography of these two sources: the news source/research article and the textbook. An annotated bibliography is a list of sources, each followed by a brief summary.
List each source as you would on a works cited page. Then, immediately following each source, write a brief annotation—about two or three sentences—about news source AND the text. In your annotations, indicate what your news source is about, and how it will help you write your paper. For the text, DO not provide a summary. Rather, indicate how you will use it in your paper/how it’s relevant to the topic.
Your annotated bibliography must adhere to the bibliographic conventions of the Modern Language Association (MLA).
Your submission should be word processed, double-spaced, use Times New Roman, 12-point font, and submitted on Canvas in Word or PDF format (only). RTF, Google docs, and zipped filbcies will not open on Canvas.
I’ll upload the instructions in files. The topic I want the research question to be on is homelessness. Set up a research question about the topic homelessness and complebcite the literature review. ASA formatting
Articles and information about Support for care providers in different countries are needed to support the completion of the research proposal. It can be the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia, all of which need to have information on Taiwan and China because it is closer to the culture of Hong Kong.
Support can include different types of support, it can be financial support, personal support, physical support, psychological support, etc…
I used qualitative research as my research design.
i upload the sample for you. if you got any questions pleabcise let me know. thank you
Locate a peer-reviewed article using EBSCO Host. To earn full credit you will need to:
1. Locate at least 1 article that researches why people believe in conspiracy theories
2. Present the article to the class via the discussion board (300 word minimum)
3. Be sure to include a short summary of the article and why you chose it
4. Be sure to include a complebcite APA citation at the bottom
question 1 : Identify a website that describes information about social programs aimed at addressing the critical social issues (such as gang violence, child abuse and neglect, mental health and health problems, immigration difficulties, etc.) affecting the lives of Urban youth today.
NPR Podcast Kids behind Bars
You are to listen to the NPR audio located at the Week’s Content page. You are to also provide your perspective on whether you think the juvenile justice plan in Illinois is or is not an effective change on behalf of kids behind bars.
libcink for NPR audio
Part 1 (Word limit: 300 words):
Critically reflect on how the Greek fieldwork has helped inform your experience and understanding of the module key concept of entanglement.
Part 2 (Word limit: 1700 words):
Evaluate the claim that resolving environmental issues of the Anthropocene requires different forms of decision making.
You will find more information in the uploaded Guidelines TMA 05.pdf
Sources: Only use Block 5 (Chapters 16 to 19; pp. 141 – 278) of the uploaded book DD213 Environment and society Book 2.pdf.
In addition, you might use some of the information of the uploaded Week 23.zip. If you use any information from the zip file, you can write (ZIP) as citation and I will add the correct information later on. Feel free to contabcict me in case of questions.
Write a research essay of 1200 words on “Critically examine the role racism plays in high rates of Māori incarceration and discuss ways that Aotearoa New Zealand can address this significant contemporary issue.” (must be coherent and formal essay”)
Use APA referencing in-text and provide a list of references at the end of your essay also in APA style.
REMEMBER TO CITE THE SOURCES AND USE ALL 4 SOURCES
Format of Document
Calibri or Times New Roman font
12pt font size
Align text left margin + ragged right edge.
Include a word count at the end of your essay before the list of references.
Put your list of references on a separate page.
Include your name and student number (header).
Include page numbers (footer).
MARKIbciNG GUIDE IN THE FILES
all the informatibcion is in the material provided