Discussion: Pharmacokinetics and PharmacodynamicsAs an advanced practice nurse assisting physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders, it is important to not only understand the impact of disorders on the….
A Different Mirror: A history of multicultural America
You should provide an analysis that does more than summarize, and you should aim for an original view of how the material combines—or doesn’t—as you see fit. You are free to use parenthetical citations (ie, Takaki, 4; Caldwell, 8). Please draw from the A-V material (videos, films,) and please be sure that bulk quotes do not take the place of your own analysis. You can just cite a film with a general citation (ie, “Cachoiera” ) and you need not cite lecture material. You need not cite lecture materials specifically, although you are of course welcome to use material from class.
Ideal responses will be original, insightful, and comprehensive, with a clear statement (thesis) that lays out your argument. But we will bear in mind that you are working with a limited word count. Your total answer should fall between 1500 and 1800 words. Your total submission is likely to be 6 pages, in a regular (ie, Times New Roman) font and 12-point size. You may write more. You may write less. In each case, you must have a thesis and an argument that is supported from citations from the texts. We are looking for clarity, originality, and comprehensiveness.
THE RELATED MATERIAL for citing :
1. The main reading:
Ron Takaki, A Different Mirror: A history of multicultural America
Manning Marable, Race, Reform and Rebellion: the second reconstruction and beyond in Black America.
2 Cameron, “Buenos Vecinos”
3 Ani Mukherji, “Like Another Planet”
4 Nguyen Ai Quoc, “On Lynching and the KKK”
5 Ernest Allen, “When JapanWas Champion”
6 Alex Lichtenstein, “The Negro Convict is a Slave”
7 Benjamin Madley, “Patterns of Frontier Genocide”