American Indian Movement

American Indian Movement

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The basic structure of your research project should look like below:
•    Title page
•    Abstract – summarize the major sections of the report.
•    Introduction – define a research question or problem and explains why it is important to the reader. The introduction clearly states the purpose and main point (thesis) of the report, while offering background information on the topic.
•    Methods – describe how the research was carried out and how the data and other evidence were collected.
•    Results or finding – present the results of the research objectively.
•    Discussion – analyze the results and explains what they mean.
•    Conclusion/recommendations – restate the main point of the report and offers specific recommendations.
•    References – provide a list of references or works cited in a standardized citation style
•    Appendices – offer additional sources and other materials related to the report’s topic that readers might find useful.
Please make sure to including the following:
•    Compose a clear, well-written, properly documented (APA format) argumentative essaywith a clear, explicit, and assertive thesis statement.
•    Your final report should be at least 1500 words (except a title page, an abstract, references and appendices).
•    Keep it double-spaced with one-inch margins.
•    Use a minimum of three to five reputable critical or scholarly sources, and these references should be used to support your assertions and be properly documented.

Cornell, S.  (1988). The Return of the Native:  American Indian Political Resurgence.  New York:  Oxford University Press.
Josephy, A. M.  (1982). Now That the Buffalo’s Gone:  A Study of Today’s American Indians.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf.
Prucha, F.P.  (1985). The Indians in American Society:  From the Revolutionary War to the Present.  Berkeley:  U of California P.
Johansen, B. E. (2013). Encyclopedia of the American Indian Movement. Santa         Barbara: Greenwood.
Smith, P.C. (2010). Like a Hurricane: The Indian Movement from Alcatraz to Wounded Knee., Limited.
Weyler, R. (1982).  Blood of the Land:  The Government and Corporate War Against the American Indian Movement.  New York:  Everest House.


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