[2 Pages] American History- Racial Formation | Get Quick Solution
I’m stuck on a History question and need an explanation.
(Great English is a must!! No grammar errors!)
(Paper with grammar errors or incoherent sentences won’t be accepted)
( A clear, ACADEMIC thesis is requested)
( 2 Pages, Double Spaced,MLA Format)
Subject of the paper: Racial Formation
- Requirement: Omi and Winant’s chapter “Racial formation” is one of the more complicated texts in the ESPM 50 reader, and requires a close reading to understand. So, this RR “question” is really not a question, but, rather, an opportunity to clarify Omi and Winant’s argument. In your own words (without directly quoting the authors or referring to an outside source), summarize Omi and Winant’s argument concerning racial formation, which they define as “the sociohistorical process by which racial categories are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed (55).” Be sure to briefly but clearly define any important terms used by the authors that you draw on in summarizing their argument.
- The reflections should be written in the form of a response to an essay prompt, including:
- A thesis statement (1 sentence) in the first (typically brief) paragraph responding clearly to the question asked (e.g., “In this essay I argue that…”)
- A summary of the key points of your argument supporting your thesis (1-2 sentences directly following your thesis statement, and typically at the end of the first paragraph [e.g., “To support my argument, I consider points A, B and C.”])
- A well-reasoned argument (typically 2 paragraphs after the thesis statement paragraph)
- Topic sentences describing paragraph contents and reflecting key point in your argument
- Sentences containing relevant information and analysis supporting your thesis
- A conclusion sentence at the end of the final paragraph that expands on your thesis
Respond to the question based primarily on readings and lectures. There is no need to draw from outside material, though you may do so if you wish.
- Write succinctly and clearly, editing out all unnecessary verbiage.
- Use proper grammar and pay attention to writing style.
- Summarize and/or use examples to support your thesis.
- Demonstrate a close reading of the material and refer to specifics of authors’ arguments.
- Paraphrase rather than using quotes, unless you want to highlight and/or analyze something specifically related to how an author says what you choose to quote.
Your personal opinions and feelings about the material are important, and you are strongly encouraged, but not required, to express these in the assignment. For instance, you may:
- Relate issues and themes to contemporary social, environmental or political topics
- Explore your feelings about the issues raised in terms of personal experiences
- Comment on the ethical implications of the issues addressed by the question
Form: One to two pages total writing.
- 1″ margins
- 12-point font
- Use parenthetic references for all citations of quotes and ideas drawn from readings, with page numbers in MLA format [e.g., (du Buys 1998, 23)]. Do not include a bibliography. See the Reading, Writing and Reference folder in bCourses for an MLA form guide.
Other information: No plagiarism, No grammar errors
- APA Format
- No plagiarism is accepted
- Only academic resources should be used, no older than 5 years old
- Adhere to the requested number of words/pages
- No Grammar errors ( refunds will be asked for incoherent/ full of grammar errors papers)
*** The work will be checked for plagiarism through Turnitin by the professor. It is essential for everything to be free of plagiarism otherwise sanctions will be imposed***
Thank you for your support