Course Project - Submission

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he final version of your course project should be submitted to the

drop box below. Your final project should build from the proposal and

reference list you submitted in Module 02.

Check to be sure your final submission includes the following:

  • 4-5 pages of text in addition to having a title and reference page, all in correct APA format.
  • A strong thesis statement supported by research from at least 5 different sources. In a research-based project like this, it is important to refer to and cite your sources throughout the paper to show where your information is coming from and to support your points.
  • Incorporation of key sociological concepts while consistently demonstrating the sociological perspective. Your paper should apply one of the major sociological theories to the movement you have chosen, explaining how that theory would evaluate the development of the movement and its successes and failures.

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Module 06 Course Project - Submission The final version of your course project should be submitted to the drop box below. Your final project should build from the proposal and reference list you submitted in Module 02. Check to be sure your final submission includes the following: • • • 4-5 pages of text in addition to having a title and reference page, all in correct APA format. A strong thesis statement supported by research from at least 5 different sources. In a research-based project like this, it is important to refer to and cite your sources throughout the paper to show where your information is coming from and to support your points. Incorporation of key sociological concepts while consistently demonstrating the sociological perspective. Your paper should apply one of the major sociological theories to the movement you have chosen, explaining how that theory would evaluate the development of the movement and its successes and failures. Running head: Module2: Course Project, An Examination of American Antislavery Movements 1 Written Assignment Module 2: Course Proposal: An Examination of American Antislavery Movements Julianne Weisendanger Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on May 21st, for Jenny Reed’s Class G142/SYG100 Section 01 Introduction to Sociology AN EXAMINATION OF ANTISLAVERY MOVEMENTS 2 According to Elkins (2013), anti-slave movements, which are also known as abolitionist movements, were social movements whose aims were to end slavery in the United States. They were historical movements that were championed by the desire to set African and Indian slaves free as well as end slave trade. Center Tilly & Wood (2015) state that anti-slave movements were fueled by the religious fervor of the Second Great Awakening, which made the cause for emancipation majorly on religious grounds. I have chosen the movement for its hosts the most severe violations of human rights ever observed in the history of humanity. The tenets of slavery violated the most basic principles protected by human rights. Another reason for choosing the movement is guided by the motivation to learn about the aspects that positioned the slaves under the rule and oppression of their master. I would like to know of the characteristics that placed them as inferior to their masters. From information gathered from secondary sources such as history books, I am aware that anti-slavery movements were a response to the extremely oppressing and demeaning nature under which slavery and slave trade were conducted. I am also mindful of the fact that antislavery movements were radical movements that did not hesitate to use brute force in advancing their interests. The whole process was however marred by antagonism and violence, which each divide was reluctant on settling for less (Tindall & Shi, 2016). I hope to learn the role that abolitionist movements played in ending slavery in the United States. I would also like to learn the relationship that existed between abolitionists and slaves. Other than that, I would also like to learn of persons who were the major contributors and opponents to abolitionist movements as well as if slavery is till existent in the 21st century. AN EXAMINATION OF ANTISLAVERY MOVEMENTS References Elkins, S. M. (2013). Slavery: A problem in American institutional and intellectual life. University of Chicago Press. Tilly, C., & Wood, L. J. (2015). Social Movements 1768-2012. Routledge. Tindall, G. B., & Shi, D. E. (2016). America: A narrative history. WW Norton & Company. 23 ...
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Running head: SLAVERY

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Anti- Slavery

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Abstract
With the invention of the cotton gin in 1793, the central role played by slaves in the
South’s economy became solidified. Following the American Civil War between 1861 -1865, the
victorious Union freed the nation’s millions of slaves though slavery continued to influence the
history of America through the Reconstruction years to the civil rights movement, a century after
emancipation (Russell, 2008).
However, it is the extent and nature of slavery that differed between Southern and
Northern colonies. The treatment and conditions in the Northern colonies were far much milder
in comparison to that in Southern states.


Running head: SLAVERY

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Anti- Slavery
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SLAVERY

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Contents
Abstract ......................................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Opportunities ................................................................................................................................................ 5
Limitations and complaints ........................................................................................................................... 7
References .................................................................................................................................................. 10

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