2000 word critical research paper.

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Final Essay – Critical Reflection and Analysis Paper: You must write and submit one 2000 word critical research paper. Please print your essay double-spaced, without gaps between paragraphs, in 12 point font size in a common font style such as Times New Roman. This paper must argue a thesis (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site., must incorporate secondary research and must be documented in the MLA Style (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. with a complete and correctly formatted Works Cited page.

Final Essay Prompt: The Holder of the World and American Society

We have explored in a earlier Discussion how literary scholar Pallavi Rastogi, in her essay "Telling Twice-Told Tales All Over Again: Literary and Historical Subversion in Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder of the World," claims that Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder of the World "searches for a dialectic of intercultural negotiation through which mainstream American society is dramatically altered as much as it alters its own immigrant population" (269). This thesis sentence shows that Rastogi believes in the equivalence of the "dialectic of intercultural negotiation" in the novel. That is to say, Rastogi's thesis is that The Holder of the World argues that American society is as dramatically altered by immigrants as immigrants are altered by American society.

For your Final Essay, argue one side of the position that American society is as dramatically altered by immigrants as immigrants are altered by American society. Use Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder of the World as your main source of references. To flesh out your argument, add researched, cited, and referenced sources about the novel and about today's American society and culture. Research, cited, and referenced examples means finding peer-reviewed articles from CSUN library databases. You must select and cite at least TWO (2) peer-reviewed articles in your essay in addition to Rastogi's article and Mukherjee's novel.

GIVE YOURSELF LOTS OF TIME: Reviewing and sifting through about a dozen peer-reviewed articles in a database to find two sources that really fit takes a lot of time. Make sure to give yourself a day to do that.

GIVE YOURSELF LOTS OF TIME: Your essay will be a LOT better if you write it more than once. Most of you are giving me your first draft. Take the extra few days to REWRITE YOUR WHOLE ESSAY at least once.

Please pay close attention to the Grading Rubric for this assignment and to the following additional criteria:

Ideas include a fully developed thesis paragraph ending with a complex and specific thesis sentence. Ten percent (10%) of your grade for this assignment will be reserved for a successful thesis paragraph and thesis sentence.

Mechanics also includes correct usage, spelling, and grammar, correctly formatted in the MLA Style with a correct and complete Works Cited page. Pay particular attention to your heading and title, placement of the list of works cited, and the format and punctuation of in-text citations. Five percent (5%) of your grade for this assignment will be reserved for the practice of immaculate writing mechanics.

Works Cited

Rastogi, Pallavi. "Telling Twice-Told Tales All Over Again: Literary and Historical Subversion in Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder of the World." Form and Transformation in Asian American Literature, edited by Zhou Xiaojing and Samina Najmi, U of Washington P, 2005, pp. 268-284.

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Impacts of Immigrants on American Society
Introduction
There is profound uncertainty about future immigration even though the majority of the
Americans rejoice their identity as well as culture. There is clear evidence that supports continuous
migration which has impacted the American culture and a crucial component of a multicultural
society among many Americans. Thus, immigration has modeled America since foreigners arrived
over 420 years ago. Besides the United States being an authoritative demographic dynamism on
how the country, as well as its population, come to be today, immigration has contributed a lot to
several processes such as a social, political and economic process that are the foundations of United
States. Majority of the American immigrants are have failed to recall their ancestral immigrants
the life and spend most of their time in minor town and inhabited areas and thus they rarely interact
with immigrant people in their churches, relationship networks as well as their neighborhoods.
Apart from the economic consequences of immigration, there is an emotional viewpoint that
changes the perception of immigration. There is fear and uncertainty that newcomers from various
countries, religions, languages, and cultures are unwilling to adopt American societal practices.
Therefore, this essay should investigate that immigrants have dramatically transformed American
society in the same way American society has altered the immigrants.
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Immigration overview
The North America immigration began in the early 16th centuries with the Spanish settlers
and the English, and French settlers emerged in the early 17th century. Also, before the American
Revolution, those centuries there used to be free labor and slave trading with slaves being drawn
from Africa and the Caribbean. Moreover, this slave trade and immigration level in America are
always happening throughout although there are two significant periods. Firstly, it is the 18801994 age whereby it consists of immigration from southern and Eastern Europe. The other wave
was the 1965 immigration wave which majorly involved Asia, Latin, and America.
Additionally, each of this two important era of immigration contributed to over 25 million
immigration. In the early 1990s, about one million immigrants were experienced in America which
counted as more than 1% of the Americans' population during that era (Rastogi 289). However,
during current years there have been millions of legal immigration which does not give much
impact due to the large population of America which totals to 300 million.
Demographic impact
The large and contemporary population of America is due to the seventy million
immigrants recorded since 1882 to the republic. Moreover, several Americans have developed a
historical sense of continuity from the founding of America, although this is mainly education and
socialization and not descent....

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