SOC 350 Race and Ethnic Relations

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Discussion 200 words
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Segregated areas in your town/city
Topic
What is the name and some characteristics of a particularly segregated area in your city?  How would you make it more integrated?

 
Requirements (VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU CONSISTENTLY SATISFY ALL)
Please see what constitutes a level 1, 2, 3, and 4 discussion interaction in the “Content>Start Here” link.  The following will be grading factors for ALL Discussion submissions.  Please ensure that you:
 1) Provide (200-word and three paragraph minimum
 2) Use relevant information from the weekly reading assignment(s) to support your response/perspective.  Do not use external sources without also applying something from the assigned reading(s).
3) ALWAYS write using proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc.  Achieving a valid higher education credential requires that you properly apply all the rules of English writing that you have been taught for years in an effective and consistent manner.

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a) Do not write like you talk.  There are notable differences between the spoken and written word;

 
b) Do not use contractions in the written word (unless quoting someone or being colloquial adds to the sentiments you are trying to relay), e.g., it’s, won’t, isn’t, etc.

 
c) Do not use pedestrian language, e.g., “a lot,” “ain’t,” “gotta,” etc. and;

 
d) Do not begin sentences with a conjunction, e.g., “And,” “But,” “Also.

 
4) Provide proper in-text citations and full references to source information.  If you make a declarative statement, you would need an in-text citation and reference.  In the following example paragraph, a declarative, “matter-of-fact” statement is made about the crime rate and requires source authentication.

 
ASA style reference page example (note the hanging indentation style requirement).

 
5) Use 14-pt, Arial font throughout (same as this one) for ease of readability on the computer screen; and

 
 6) Organize your submission into multiple single-spaced paragraphs (2-5 sentences each) with a single space between each.  Do not submit long paragraphs with multiple subsets of your topic discussed. You should start a new paragraph when:
· When you begin a new idea or point. New ideas should always start in new paragraphs. If you have an extended idea that spans multiple paragraphs, each new point within that idea should have its own paragraph.

 
· To contrast information or ideas. Separate paragraphs can serve to contrast sides in a debate, different points in an argument, or any other difference.

 
· When your readers need a pause. Breaks between paragraphs function as a short “break” for your readers—adding these in will help your writing be more readable. You would create a break if the paragraph becomes too long or the material is complex.

 
· When you are ending your introduction or starting your conclusion.Your introductory and concluding material should always be in a new paragraph. Many introductions and conclusions have multiple paragraphs depending on their content, length, and the writer’s purpose.

 
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Discussion question: 200 words
 NO PLAGARISM this goes thru site: turnin than you 
Settings Help

Segregated areas in your town/city
Topic
What is the name and some characteristics of a particularly segregated area in your city?  How would you make it more integrated?

 
Requirements (VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU CONSISTENTLY SATISFY ALL)
Please see what constitutes a level 1, 2, 3, and 4 discussion interaction in the “Content>Start Here” link.  The following will be grading factors for ALL Discussion submissions.  Please ensure that you:
 1) Provide (200-word and three paragraph minimum
 2) Use relevant information from the weekly reading assignment(s) to support your response/perspective.  Do not use external sources without also applying something from the assigned reading(s).
3) ALWAYS write using proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc.  Achieving a valid higher education credential requires that you properly apply all the rules of English writing that you have been taught for years in an effective and consistent manner.

 
a) Do not write like you talk.  There are notable differences between the spoken and written word;

 
b) Do not use contractions in the written word (unless quoting someone or being colloquial adds to the sentiments you are trying to relay), e.g., it’s, won’t, isn’t, etc.

 
c) Do not use pedestrian language, e.g., “a lot,” “ain’t,” “gotta,” etc. and;

 
d) Do not begin sentences with a conjunction, e.g., “And,” “But,” “Also.

 
4) Provide proper in-text citations and full references to source information.  If you make a declarative statement, you would need an in-text citation and reference.  In the following example paragraph, a declarative, “matter-of-fact” statement is made about the crime rate and requires source authentication.

 
ASA style reference page example (note the hanging indentation style requirement).

 
5) Use 14-pt, Arial font throughout (same as this one) for ease of readability on the computer screen; and

 
 6) Organize your submission into multiple single-spaced paragraphs (2-5 sentences each) with a single space between each.  Do not submit long paragraphs with multiple subsets of your topic discussed. You should start a new paragraph when:
· When you begin a new idea or point. New ideas should always start in new paragraphs. If you have an extended idea that spans multiple paragraphs, each new point within that idea should have its own paragraph.

 
· To contrast information or ideas. Separate paragraphs can serve to contrast sides in a debate, different points in an argument, or any other difference.

 
· When your readers need a pause. Breaks between paragraphs function as a short “break” for your readers—adding these in will help your writing be more readable. You would create a break if the paragraph becomes too long or the material is complex.

 
· When you are ending your introduction or starting your conclusion.Your introductory and concluding material should always be in a new paragraph. Many introductions and conclusions have multiple paragraphs depending on their content, length, and the writer’s purpose.

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