6 quote log “ entries ” W r i t i n g
Review the course readings related to your selected social issue, select 4-6 key quotes from the reading selections, and complete the following:
- Give the bibliographic information for the reading selection source in APA format
- Give the exact quote and page number
- Paraphrase the quote and provide an in-text citation.
- Explain why you selected the quote and how the quote relates to your selected social issue and your perspective on the issue
- Indicate your topic, thesis, and reasons
- Give 4-6 quote log “entries” where you provide the required information (see above under content)
- Review the sample quote log below.
MY TOPIC/THESIS/REASON THAT YOU WILL USE AS A BASIS.
Topic: Language and Power
Thesis: With Language comes understanding and the ability to communicate effectively to maintain power. ( I think people use language as a means to construct their power in a way to maintain it if that makes sense which is what i was trying to say.
1. Language and power is conducive to how people live their lives. (or you can switch it up to something that makes more sense)
2. Language and how one communicates gives the ability to speak and be understood.
3. How people communicate plays a part in our individualism and the society.
SOURCES AND DOCUMENTATION
- You are required to use three sources for this assignment. Your sources should be selected from the assigned course readings on your selected issue (language and power; freedom and security; health and wealth).
- For each source, you should include APA-style reference citations and in-text citations
FORMAT AND LENGTH
- Your quote log should include a proper header and title.
- Your quote log should be typed, double-spaced and in 12-point font.
- Your final product should include log entries for 4-6 quotes. Each entry should be about 150 words in length, for a total of 600-900 words.
FOLLOWING (3) READINGS FOR MY CHOSEN SOCIAL ISSUE THAT YOU WILL UTILIZE FOR THE SOURCES MENTIONED ABOVE AND EVERYTHING ELSE : “Language and Power”
McWhorter, J. (2012, August). Good applicants with bad grammar. New York Times. https:// D. (2012, August). It’s not just rules: It’s clear thinking. New York Times. https:// B. (2012, August). What good writing indicates, and doesn’t. New York Times. https:// ATTACHED A SAMPLE OF HOW IT SHOULD LOOK AS I DID BEFORE.
PLEASE NO OUTSIDE MATERIAL EXCEPT FOR EVERYTHING I PROVIDED! LMK IF ANYTHING ELSE IS NEEDED.