Research paper colonialism and the Creation of an Ethnic People


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Hey, please look at the instructions attached and follow the writing tips, it is a research paper for Ethnic studies.

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Tips for Writing Term Papers Dr. Wayne E. Allen Department of Ethnic Studies Minnesota State University, Mankato I. Choose a topic relevant to the subject matter of the course II. Outline your topic and associated ideas beforehand III. *Title Page: Paper Title Your Name Course name & number Semester Professor’s Name Date Type of paper: Self-reflection, Reaction or Research IV. **Structure of the paper: A. Introduction (to the topic) B. Body Heading (with subheadings if necessary) – present the thesis and antithesis C. Conclusion – present a synthesis D. Work Cited (page or pages) E. Number your pages *For your short papers you need not have a tile page. You may put the title page information in the upper left-hand corner of your first page. ** Use bold headings with key descriptive terms in your headings and subheadings. The Introduction and the Conclusion can have those words as the headings. Look in your textbooks for examples. Papers will be graded on spelling, grammar, structure, substantive content, the logic of your discussion, demonstrated research, length, and style – in a word, professionalism. The objective is to assist you in developing and demonstrating the research and writing skills essential for professional scholarship at the university level. Allen, Ethnic Studies, MSUM 1 Self-reflection paper: This is an exercise where the writer takes a topic and reflects upon its personal significance. It is written in the first person and should be an exercise where one examines the topic from a personal perspective. Other than writing in the first person and exploring the personal impact of the topic, all other paper writing conventions must be followed. Reaction paper: This paper, like your research paper, should be written in the third person. It is more technical than the self-reflection paper, even though both require research and the presentation of facts. In this exercise one is to take a topic, present the opposing viewpoint fairly, and then react to it. One has to be careful and avoid editorializing for that is not the purpose of this paper. It should be as balanced as possible and the reaction should be presented in such a way as to convince the audience. Research paper: This is the most technical of the three. It is to be written in the third person and should follow the conventions of academic research papers (presented above and below). • Identify your topic • Prepare an preliminary prospectus (title, purpose, intended audience, & major points) • Gather sources, data, references • Develop an outline • Write first draft • Review draft • Rewrite Allen, Ethnic Studies, MSUM 2 ...
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Settlements of New Arrivals
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Colonialism is a dominion which involves subjection of a particular group of people to
another. The concept involves the transfer of territories by the new arrivals by making a
permanent settlement and using their political rules in their origin countries to govern their
new areas. Many people have tried their best in understanding the motivation factors of
Europeans colonies. The American system and other scholars have been trying to bring
equity among the non-western countries (Islam, 2015). In all the parts of the world where
colonialism took part, drastic changes took place, and till to date, most countries are still
experiencing the consequences of colonial masters. Africa is one of the elements that were
adversely affected by European colonial masters. Studies indicate that ethnic groups in Africa
were socially created. The delineated method of control used by the colonies is also believed
to have heightened social and political differences among the ethnic people. Therefore this
paper will outline how colonialism led to the emergence of ethnic people in the areas where
the new arrivals settled. Additionally, good examples of ethnic groups will be well detailed.
From the research carried out, most people differ from the existence of ethnic groups in
different parts that were colonized. Because most analyses support colonialism as the primary
cause of ethnic people, it is vital to analyze some of the factors that led to the influence
(Birdal and Squires, 2017). On the other hand, it is also important to consider what other
researchers say about the rise of ethnic groups. The following are factors that might have
triggered the emergence of ethnic people during the colonial period.
1. The use of indirect rule by British
The implie...

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