Briefly summarize, then compare and contrast the positions on (global) English e

Briefly summarize, then compare and contrast the positions on (global) English espoused by Chinua Achebe and Ngugi wa Thiongo with your own position as a user of English in contemporary Qatar. To what extent are their concerns still relevant for you? Where do you agree/disagree with them? What is your position vis-à-vis the argument between the utility of English and its potential detrimental impact on other languages and cultures (e.g., Arabic)? (1-2 pages)

Your Final Project can focus on any aspect of any of the Black Movements of the

Your Final Project can focus on any aspect of any of the Black Movements of the 1960s
Tips for an Effective Research Paper
1. Once you have decided on a topic and determined that enough information is available, you are ready to proceed. At this point, however, if you are having difficulty finding adequate quality information, stop wasting your time; find another topic.
2. Preliminary reading & recordkeeping
Gather some index cards or a small notebook and keep them with you as you read. First read a general article on your topic, for example from an encyclopedia. On an index card or in the notebook, record the author, article and/or book title, and all publication information in the correct format (MLA or APA, for example) specified by your instructor. (If you need to know what publication information is needed for the various types of sources, see a writing guide such as SF Writer.) On the index cards or in your notebook, write down information you want to use from each identified source, including page numbers. Use quotation marks on anything you copy exactly, so you can distinguish later between exact quotes and paraphrasing. (You will still attribute information you have quoted or paraphrased.)
3. Organizing: Mind map or outline
Based on your preliminary reading, draw up a working mind map or outline. Include any important, interesting, or provocative points, including your own ideas about the topic. A mind map is less linear and may even include questions you want to find answers to. Use the method that works best for you. The object is simply to group ideas in logically related groups. You may revise this mind map or outline at any time; it is much easier to reorganize a paper by crossing out or adding sections to a mind map or outline than it is to laboriously start over with the writing itself.
4. Formulating a thesis: Focus and craftsmanship
Write a well defined, focused, three- to five-point thesis statement, but be prepared to revise it later if necessary. Take your time crafting this statement into one or two sentences, for it will control the direction and development of your entire paper.
5. Researching: Facts and examples
Now begin your heavy-duty research. Try the internet, electronic databases, reference books, newspaper articles, and books for a balance of sources. For each source, write down on an index card (or on a separate page of your notebook) the publication information you will need for your works cited (MLA) or bibliography (APA) page. Write important points, details, and examples, always distinguishing between direct quotes and paraphrasing. As you read, remember that an expert opinion is more valid than a general opinion, and for some topics (in science and history, for example), more recent research may be more valuable than older research. Avoid relying too heavily on internet sources, which vary widely in quality and authority and sometimes even disappear before you can complete your paper.
Never copy-and-paste from internet sources directly into any actual draft of your paper.
6. Rethinking: Matching mind map and thesis
After you have read deeply and gathered plenty of information, expand or revise your working mind map or outline by adding information, explanations, and examples. Aim for balance in developing each of your main points (they should be spelled out in your thesis statement). Return to the library for additional information if it is needed to evenly develop these points, or revise your thesis statement to better reflect what you have learned or the direction your paper seems to have taken. DO NOT SUBMIT
7. Drafting: Beginning in the middle
Write the body of the paper, starting with the thesis statement and omitting for now the introduction (unless you already know exactly how to begin, but few writers do). Use supporting detail to logically and systematically validate your thesis statement. For now, omit the conclusion also.
8. Revising: Organization and attribution
Read, revise, and make sure that your ideas are clearly organized and that they support your thesis statement. Every single paragraph should have a single topic that is derived from the thesis statement. If any paragraph does not, take it out, or revise your thesis if you think it is warranted. Check that you have quoted and paraphrased accurately, and that you have acknowledged your sources even for your paraphrasing. Every single idea that did not come to you as a personal epiphany or as a result of your own methodical reasoning should be attributed to its owner.
9. Writing: Intro, conclusion, and citations
Write the final draft. Add a one-paragraph introduction and a one-paragraph conclusion. Usually the thesis statement appears as the last sentence or two of the first, introductory paragraph. Make sure all citations appear in the correct format for the style (MLA, APA) you are using. The conclusion should not simply restate your thesis, but should refer to it. (For more on writing co

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my inf

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my info.
My major is in economics. This year is my third year in Canada. I was renting since I came here. I tried to involve in different kinds of cultures, but I don’t have many native friends. Also, I am a more collective person and long-term oriented. In the sixth stage of the DMIS model. if I didn’t mention enough info for you, plz just make up some. thanks. For the second essay, plz write a future global career related to my major, thanks.
So, for the midpoint essay, it’s 5 pages with a minimum of 5 sources. the final essay, it’s 8 pages with a minimum of 7 sources. please give me 2 word documents in the end. please follow the instructions and the apa format carefully, please run the Grammarly and plagiarism check before give back to me, thanks.
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hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my inf

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my info.
My major is in economics. This year is my third year in Canada. I lived in school dormitory for one year then renting after. I am passive to involve in different kinds of culture, but I only have few native friends, we usually play video games together, like PS4, Nintendo Switch. Also, I am a more collective person and short-term oriented. In the fourth stage of DMIS model. if there is not enough info, you can make up some about the missing info.
So, for the midpoint essay, it’s 5 pages with a minimum of 5 sources. the final essay, it’s 8 pages with a minimum of 7 sources. plz try to write the final essay related to my major. also please give me separated 2 word documents in the end.
please follow the instructions and the apa format carefully, please run the Grammarly and plagiarism check before give back to me, thanks.
If you have any questions, let me know.
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hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my inf

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my info.
My major is in economics. This year is my forth year in Canada. I lived in school dormitory for one year then renting after. I am passive to involve in different kinds of culture, but I only have few native friends, we usually play video games together, like PS4, Nintendo Switch. Also, I am a more collective person and short-term oriented, high power distance. In the forth stage of DMIS model. . if there is not enough info, you can make up some about the missing info.
So, for the midpoint essay, it’s 5 pages with a minimum of 5 sources. the final essay, it’s 8 pages with a minimum of 7 sources. plz try to write the final essay related to my major. also please give me separated 2 word documents in the end.
please follow the instructions and the apa format carefully, please run the Grammarly and plagiarism check before give back to me, thanks.
If you have any questions, let me know.
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hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my inf

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my info.
• My major is in psychology. This year is my third year in Canada. I lived in school dormitory for one year then renting after. I am hard to involve in different kinds of culture, but I respect different cultures. I only have few native friends, we most just talk at school. Also, I am a more individualistic person and long-term oriented, with high power distance. In the forth stage of DMIS model. if there is not enough info, you can make up some about the missing info.
So, for the midpoint essay, it’s 5 pages with a minimum of 5 sources. the final essay, it’s 8 pages with a minimum of 7 sources. plz try to write the final essay related to my major. also please give me separated 2 word documents in the end.
please follow the instructions and the apa format carefully, please run the Grammarly and plagiarism check before give back to me, thanks.
If you have any questions, let me know.
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First, Read: The following article by Dr. Elijah Anderson’s insights on the plig

First, Read:
The following article by Dr. Elijah Anderson’s insights on the plight of the urban family:
Code Switching–Street vs Decent by ANDERSON.pdf
Second, Complete:
Complete paper that includes a summary of three major concepts from Dr. Anderson’s work:
The Decent Family,
The Street Family, and
Code Switching
Assignment Guidelines:
The paper should be no less than 500 words and no greater than 1,000.

hi I need to specificy that we are focusing on the MENA region and ill be attach

hi I need to specificy that we are focusing on the MENA region and ill be attaching the sources to be used
here is another source to be used:
Mahmood Mamdani, When Victims Become Killers: Colonialism, Nativism, and the Genocide in Rwanda (Princeton University Press, 2002), Chapter 2: “The Origins of Hutu and Tutsi” and Chapter 3: “The Racialization of the Hutu/Tutsi Difference under Colonialism” and Chapter 5: “The Second Republic: Redefining Tutsi from Race to Ethnicity”, 41-102 and 132-158. Access through Library website.
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For your second paper, you will take up thetheoretical frameworks of Mamdani, Hall,and Glassman in terms of the significance and natureof European colonialism’s impact onconstructions of race in Africa. How do these authorsevaluate this impact on priorunderstandings of ethnicity and race, what evidence do they adduce to support their arguments, and which do you find most convincing?
Can’t upload the required sources.

AFAM83 (FA2021) Mid-term Project: Data Essays For your mid-term project, you wil

AFAM83 (FA2021) Mid-term Project: Data Essays
For your mid-term project, you will each create a data essay, accompanied by a research statement.
Part 1: Data Essay
A data essay asks you to select, critique, analysis and then represent a dataset of your choosing. In addition to giving you practice with the skills of organizing, refining, and visualizing data, this project asks you to find ways to frame a series of representations in ways that connect with our course readings and conversations drawing from African American studies.
We will cover each of the steps and skills required for this project in class together. Once you choose a dataset (of your own choice or from our list of suggestions) you will analyze the data to generate at least seven different visualizations. How does the data engage with our course topics and readings?
Then, you should arrange those visualizations into a larger, framing narrative. The narrative should frame your analyses in explicit connection with our course readings and conversations. The seven visualizations might include maps, graphs, or other forms of digital representation. You are encouraged to be creative and experiment with new methods and skills.
Note on the technical part: The assignment is not designed to test whether you can become an expert right away as the creator of digital representations and visualizations. The main goal is to see how well you can engage with data using the lessons offered by our course readings about power, the past, race, Black studies, data critiques, classification, and the expansiveness of Black life and culture. This project will benefit from reviewing your notes from class. You will need to review some of the readings to find concepts that can help explain the information contained in your chosen dataset. I do not expect it to make sense at first. A data essay is just like a conventional essay. You will likely need to go through several drafts of your visualizations and framing narrative to develop a nuanced
The only firm requirement is that the projects should be compelling and effective. In other words: the seven views should be presented within a narrative that leaves the reader convinced that you have offered an accurate, insightful, and valid set of views.
The tone of the projects is up to your choice. Data essays might sound like an academic essay or a long-form piece of journalism, but you might also experiment with other ways of framing and explaining. What are the approaches to presenting data on the web that you have seen elsewhere? It might be helpful to think about the audience. How might you approach the tone and voice of this project for sharing your work on Instagram or TikTok?
You can create your data essays using any medium. Past students have created web pages, storymaps, Twitter threads, or Instagram stories. Some students prefer to create paper projects and made zines. The medium is your choice, but make sure that the medium does not limit your ability to produce a substantive and meaningful project.
Part 2: Research Statement
Along with your data essay, I will ask you to prepare a companion research statement. The research statement should follow the conventions of college-level writing and should be at least 2-3 pages (~600-900 words) in double-spaced, 12pt font. In the statement, please justify your choice of the seven different views or visualizations. Did you need to refine or reorganize the data? What choices did you have to make? How does the overall organization of the seven views contribute to the overall meaning of your data essay?
The research statement should also describe the process of your research and analysis. Please make sure to answer these questions:
1. How has the data essay drawn from course readings?
2. How does the data essay engage with the main questions of our course?
These questions include (but are not limited to) such debates as:
1. How does the lessons of African American studies change how we look at a dataset?
2. What is data?
3. What is the role of the past and history?
4. How does the dataset classify people’s identities and cultures?
5. How can we find more multivocal or alternative perspectives?
6. What is missing or cannot be represented in a given dataset?
Rubric for data essays
1. Offers at least seven ways of looking at a dataset (y/n)
2. Offers an overall structure that links the views together (y/n)
3. Is it compelling, complete, and as interesting as the topic & data allow?
4. Is it effective, valid, and readable?
5. Research statement justifies the choices of the seven perspectives.
6. Research statement explains how the data essay draws from the course readings.
7. Research statement explains how the data essay engages with the main questions at the center of this course in Black Studies, data, classification, and history.
What makes a strong data essay?
Creativity!
This assignment values taking creative, risky approaches. What are the unusual, surprising, or unexpected ways that you might organize the seven views? An data essay might borrow some of the strategies of an academic essay or a piece of journalism. Let’s explore together. What other forms might help?
Working ahead!
The mid-term projects will be due on October 13, but I am happy to offer feedback on your work up to a week prior to that date (October 7). We will also have a brief, in-class workshop to help develop the craft and ideas for the projects.
How will the projects be graded?
The main point of evaluation is how well it all fits together. That is to say, how compelling and effective your work is.
compelling when it shows some combination of the following:
·it is as interesting as its topic and approach allows
·it is as complete as its topic and approach allows (it doesn’t leave the audience thinking that important points are being skipped over or ignored)
·it is truthful (any questions, evidence, conclusions, or arguments you raise are honestly and accurately presented)
effective when it shows some combination of these attributes:
·it is readable/watchable/listenable (i.e. the production values are appropriately high and the audience is not distracted by avoidable lapses in presentation)
·it is appropriate (i.e. it uses a format and medium that suits its topic and approach)
·it is attractive (i.e. it is presented in a way that leads the audience to trust the author and his or her arguments, examples, and conclusions).
Submitting the data essay
Given the flexibility of the form, you may choose to create the mid-term data essay in the medium where it is created. The research statements can be uploaded to the Canvas site. If you have questions, please contact me in advance.
Creat part one data can use this website:https://rawgraphs.io/ (must be seven different visualizations)
Part two: analyze data be at least 2-3 pages (~600-900 words) in double-spaced, 12pt font.
There have three picture for step,you can look
Part two only for 600-900 words ,I pay more page for part one data .
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Discipline: Themes in African American Digital Humanities

Watch the video and answer 2 short answer questions: (not an essay) https://www.

Watch the video and answer 2 short answer questions: (not an essay)

1. What associations does Adichie’s culturally imbued story have with interests and issues concerned with interpersonal intercultural literacy, and unconscious and conscious racialized ethnic cultural group/country stereotypes? (100 words)
2. What implications does the story hold for how diversity is treated among various countries and nation-states globally, especially here in teh United States, as a multiculturally complex nation-state? (100 words)
Answer the following question based on the “graphic article” I uploaded:
3. What is the relationship between student voice, equity, and equality of opportunity according to the authors of this graphic article? (100 words)
Dear Writer,
This is a short answer quiz, so no citations are required, just a critical discussion of diversity studies in direct relation to the material. Thank you.