one research paper of 3-5 pages. Students will outline the history of a bill starting with sponsorship and rationale. A focus should be placed on voting results at each level, for each level add your personal take after presenting each level so your presence shows up in the paper. partisan support, and presidential support. Formatting guidelines are as follows: double-spaced lines, one-inch margins (i.e., top, bottom, left, and right), and Times New Roman font. A bibliography must be included and follow American Political Science Association Style for citations. Papers will be graded based on grammar, content, and clarity.
You will write a one page reaction paper on one of the following:
- Visit the website for the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (Links to an external site.) and read about the ongoing issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Make sure you identify which section you read on the site.
- Visit the website for the United American Indians of New England (Links to an external site.), and read about the National Day of Mourning. Make sure you identify which section you read on the site.
- Learn about whose land (Links to an external site.) you currently occupy (where you live) or whose land you used to occupy (where you used to live). Visit the website for the nation/tribe, and write about what you learned. Make sure you identify the nation/tribe in your paper. If you can’t find information on the nation/tribe, you can visit either of the following, whose land TAMUCT occupies:
Formatting: Double-spaced, left-aligned paragraph format (do not include bullet points or numbered lists), 12-point font, Times New Roman, 1â€ margins, 0.5â€ first-line indentation, and black font. Your first paragraph should start on the first line of the essay (no title, headers, etc.). Failure to follow the formatting guidelines will result in a 1.5-point penalty. Off-topic submissions will not be graded.
You will write a one-page reaction paper on the following
Prison in twelve landscapes choose a city other than the Bronx, New York