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(new york: rowman and littlefield, 2009), 466-468.
Learning Goal: I'm working on a criminal justice writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn. Question 1: Primary Source Analysis Identify and analyze one of the demands or proposals from the document, “Attica: ‘The Fury of Those Who Are Oppressed,’ 1971.”[1] Why do you consider this demand or proposal significant to prisoners' rights and/or mass incarceration more broadly? You should connect your analysis of the demand or proposal to Dan Berger’s book, Captive Nation. They have an introductory paragraph that states a clear, compelling, and original argument. The introduction is followed by a series of carefully organized paragraphs that support this argument. The paragraphs succinctly and clearly develop the argument through a logical progression of ideas. Excellent papers conclude with a paragraph that summarizes the most salient evidence in support of the argument. The writing is engaging, lucid, and grammatically correct. It not only makes an argument in clear prose, effectively using evidence drawn accurately from the course material, it then also shows that the argument is non-trivial and worth making. Your paper should have a clear thesis statement in the introductory paragraph. In no more than two pages double-spaced in 12-point font with one-inch margins, you should then develop an argument that deploys evidence from the course material. Proper citations should be included throughout the document and please use only material assigned on the syllabus. [1] “Attica: ‘The Fury of Those Who Are Oppressed,’ 1971,” in Let Nobody Turn Us Around: Voices of Resistance, Reform, and Renewal: An African American Anthology, Manning Marable and Leith Mullings, eds. (New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2009), 466-468. Question 2: Literature Research Question Requirements: 1. Find, read and annotate 3 peer-reviewed research articles and 1 book chapter (citations for these readings can be found below) 2. Annotate them by formats I sent below Research Articles/Book Chapters: Gibson, C., Zhao J., Lovrich, N., & M. Gaffney (2002). Social integration,individual perception of collective efficacy, and fear of crime in three cities.Justice Quarterly, 19(3), 537-564. Yuan, Y., & McNeeley, S. (2017). Social ties, collective efficacy, and crime-specific fear in Seattle neighborhoods. Victims & offenders, 12(1), 90-112 Sampson (2010) Collective Efficacy Theory. Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory. Sage.Complete the reading notes table for the book chapter by Sampson– you should write in full sentences when answering each question

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