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You need to have complete an interview, decide on which Women’s Studies topics y

You need to have complete an interview, decide on which Women’s Studies topics your report will cover, and identified supporting material in the learning resources. This must be 400-500 words.
In the attached below is the project instructions explaining the name of the person you are interviewing and some information about them. Also attached is a sample interview and summary on how this should be formatted and look.
Also in the instructions are links to learning resources for the Annotated Bibliography. Please pick 3 or more for this.
This is due tomorrow. 
PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS STEP BY STEP!!!

topic: Asian American faces issues of discrimination You will need to write 7 pa

topic: Asian American faces issues of discrimination
You will need to write 7 pages for this topic
. You will examine  problems, issues, and themes in the social sciences in greater depth using a social
scientific inquiry when researching the topic . Please write clearly by utilizing various methodologies in
Asian American Studies. . A minimum of 5 scholarly articles is required, no internet
sources that is not scholarly is allowed. You are also free to cite readings examples
from the book.
I included the outline below. Please follow

  I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 1

 
I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 12 hours.
1) Read the provided YAWP readings.

A Traveler Describes Life Along the Erie Canal, 1829

Harriet H. Robinson Remembers a Mill Workers’ Strike, 1836


2) Read Chapter 9 of the US History online text. Yep, the whole chapter this time. 🙂  It is FULL of information that we need to discuss.
3) Read the article provided, “The high cost of being poor.”
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-high-cost-of-being-poor/
4) Review the PowerPoint provided.
https://occc.mrooms3.net/mod/resource/view.php?id=2820877&redirect=1
Did you know?! Great Britain BEGAN the Industrial Revolution around 1760? By using coal and the invention of the steam engine, their growth was unstoppable. The British created so many canals it was referred to as canal mania! The invention of the steam engine then gave them the ability to dig even deeper and quicker for coal!
 This week’s discussion will cover the Industrial Revolution in the North. Once you have read and reviewed the sources above, create a conversational discussion post with your class.
In what ways were people’s lives changed by Industrialization? How was it before and how was it after the Industrial Revolution? What types of new challenges did people and businesses face? Did the article “The High Cost of Being Poor,” change your perspective of the time period? Do you see women being treated differently? What did you learn that you didn’t know before? What surprised you the most?
Use these questions as examples to create your own thesis (main idea). Make sure to read and utilize all the resources provided to create an informed and engaging conversation with the class. If you utilize a source, please cite it.

What do you think freedom means in the context of American history?  Do write

What do you think freedom means in the context of American history? 
Do write at least 250 words
Don’t write more than 500 words
Do use your own words — I want to know what you have to say!
Don’t look anything up. There are no right or wrong answers to this question. Your grade for this assignment is based on completing the assignment and making connections.
Do focus on the past and what you know about it
Don’t focus on present debates around freedom

I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 12

I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 12 hours.
 
1) Read the provided YAWP readings.

A Traveler Describes Life Along the Erie Canal, 1829

Harriet H. Robinson Remembers a Mill Workers’ Strike, 1836


2) Read Chapter 9 of the US History online text. Yep, the whole chapter this time. 🙂  It is FULL of information that we need to discuss.
3) Read the article provided, “The high cost of being poor.”
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-high-cost-of-being-poor/
4) Review the PowerPoint provided.
https://occc.mrooms3.net/mod/resource/view.php?id=2820877&redirect=1
Did you know?! Great Britain BEGAN the Industrial Revolution around 1760? By using coal and the invention of the steam engine, their growth was unstoppable. The British created so many canals it was referred to as canal mania! The invention of the steam engine then gave them the ability to dig even deeper and quicker for coal!
 This week’s discussion will cover the Industrial Revolution in the North. Once you have read and reviewed the sources above, create a conversational discussion post with your class.
In what ways were people’s lives changed by Industrialization? How was it before and how was it after the Industrial Revolution? What types of new challenges did people and businesses face? Did the article “The High Cost of Being Poor,” change your perspective of the time period? Do you see women being treated differently? What did you learn that you didn’t know before? What surprised you the most?
Use these questions as examples to create your own thesis (main idea). Make sure to read and utilize all the resources provided to create an informed and engaging conversation with the class. If you utilize a source, please cite it.

I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 12

I need a write-up of at least 350 words on Industrialization in the North in 12 hours.
 
1) Read the provided YAWP readings.

A Traveler Describes Life Along the Erie Canal, 1829

Harriet H. Robinson Remembers a Mill Workers’ Strike, 1836


2) Read Chapter 9 of the US History online text. Yep, the whole chapter this time. 🙂  It is FULL of information that we need to discuss.
3) Read the article provided, “The high cost of being poor.”
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-high-cost-of-being-poor/
4) Review the PowerPoint provided.
https://occc.mrooms3.net/mod/resource/view.php?id=2820877&redirect=1
Did you know?! Great Britain BEGAN the Industrial Revolution around 1760? By using coal and the invention of the steam engine, their growth was unstoppable. The British created so many canals it was referred to as canal mania! The invention of the steam engine then gave them the ability to dig even deeper and quicker for coal!
 This week’s discussion will cover the Industrial Revolution in the North. Once you have read and reviewed the sources above, create a conversational discussion post with your class.
In what ways were people’s lives changed by Industrialization? How was it before and how was it after the Industrial Revolution? What types of new challenges did people and businesses face? Did the article “The High Cost of Being Poor,” change your perspective of the time period? Do you see women being treated differently? What did you learn that you didn’t know before? What surprised you the most?
Use these questions as examples to create your own thesis (main idea). Make sure to read and utilize all the resources provided to create an informed and engaging conversation with the class. If you utilize a source, please cite it.

Read  Asian Lesbians in San Francisco: Struggles to Create a Safe Space, 1970-

Read  Asian Lesbians in San Francisco: Struggles to Create a Safe Space, 1970-
1980s (page  319) 
I attached the file below
Your post should include:
Title of Article and Author of  Asian Lesbians in San Francisco: Struggles to Create a Safe Space, 1970-
1980s
Summary of article selected: a paragraph with citations
Reflection of the reading: a paragraph

A reflection can include your own personal experience that’s related to the readings, a connection to the reading that you found in a news or academic article, movie, YouTube video, etc.
You can also include your thoughts, views, or opinion about the chapter reading you selected.
If you’re having trouble, you can answer the following questions:

What did you find interesting about the reading?
What would you have done in their situation?
How would the issues in the chapter be in today’s political climate?
Where does issue the issues stand today?
What policies or suggestions do you have to improve the issues?

What do you think freedom means in the context of American history?  Do write

What do you think freedom means in the context of American history? 
Do write at least 250 words
Don’t write more than 500 words
Do use your own words — I want to know what you have to say!
Don’t look anything up. There are no right or wrong answers to this question. Your grade for this assignment is based on completing the assignment and making connections.
Do focus on the past and what you know about it
Don’t focus on present debates around freedom

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