Geography Question

I’m working on a geography report and need guidance to help me learn.

  1. Disclaimer: please don’t accept this assignment if english isn’t your first language or aren’t fluent in it. also, i’m paying a lot so i will want excellent quality. take a look at the question and see if you think you can do that/have adequate time for this assignment. The grading criteria is clear and please follow it.
  2. “The Fight for $15” is a national campaign to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15/hour. Investigate the strategies of the campaign, and the different perspectives on the proposed raise. Consider if and how the concept of social reproduction figures into the arguments made for and against the raise. Have there been actions (e.g. strikes or marches) where you live? Either describe some of the actions and evaluate them, or consider why no actions have taken place where you live.

the question is broad, and you should mold the question to your own interests and local issues. You do not need to answer every subpart but should use them as inspiration to develop a thesis and present evidence on the particulars of where you live.

Length of assignment & format: 900-1100 words (not including a bibliography and cover page), 12-point font, double-spaced

General criteria for judging the assignment:

A – To earn an A, it must be of excellent quality. It should respond fully to the question and be clear about its purpose. It should be well-organized, provide support or evidence for arguments made, and be free from grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. A-level written work must also demonstrate in-depth reflection on, and analysis of, the assigned task.

Your paper will be evaluated on the following criteria:

Title—is it appropriate and does it generate interest?

Introduction—clear statement of the topic and how the author will approach the topic. Outline of paper structure.

Thesis clearly stated

Empirical evidence to support thesis

Consideration of competing/contradictory ideas (if applicable)?

Sources (other authors ideas are properly cited and formatted in a bibliography)

Structure of paper—is there a clear flow of ideas?

Conclusion—draw out they key ideas of the paper in a way that summarizes main argument without feeling repetitive

Format—word requirement met without going over, cover page, page numbers, 12-point font, etc

Language—well written, grammatically correct

Include a bibliography where you cite all sources (including books, articles, web sites, data, photos, etc) consistently using a citation system of your choice (eg Chicago, Harvard, MLA, APA).

Plagiarism: Don’t plagiarize

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Geography Question

I’m working on a geography report and need guidance to help me learn.

  1. Disclaimer: please don’t accept this assignment if english isn’t your first language or aren’t fluent in it. i will want excellent quality. take a look at the question and see if you think you can do that/have adequate time for this assignment. The grading criteria is clear and please follow it.
  2. “The Fight for $15” is a national campaign to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15/hour. Investigate the strategies of the campaign, and the different perspectives on the proposed raise. Consider if and how the concept of social reproduction figures into the arguments made for and against the raise. Have there been actions (e.g. strikes or marches) where you live? Either describe some of the actions and evaluate them, or consider why no actions have taken place where you live.

the question is broad, and you should mold the question to your own interests and local issues. You do not need to answer every subpart but should use them as inspiration to develop a thesis and present evidence on the particulars of where you live.

Length of assignment & format: 900-1100 words (not including a bibliography and cover page), 12-point font, double-spaced

General criteria for judging the assignment:

A – To earn an A, it must be of excellent quality. It should respond fully to the question and be clear about its purpose. It should be well-organized, provide support or evidence for arguments made, and be free from grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. A-level written work must also demonstrate in-depth reflection on, and analysis of, the assigned task.

Your paper will be evaluated on the following criteria:

Title—is it appropriate and does it generate interest?

Introduction—clear statement of the topic and how the author will approach the topic. Outline of paper structure.

Thesis clearly stated

Empirical evidence to support thesis

Consideration of competing/contradictory ideas (if applicable)?

Sources (other authors ideas are properly cited and formatted in a bibliography)

Structure of paper—is there a clear flow of ideas?

Conclusion—draw out they key ideas of the paper in a way that summarizes main argument without feeling repetitive

Format—word requirement met without going over, cover page, page numbers, 12-point font, etc

Language—well written, grammatically correct

Include a bibliography where you cite all sources (including books, articles, web sites, data, photos, etc) consistently using a citation system of your choice (eg Chicago, Harvard, MLA, APA).

Plagiarism: Don’t plagiarize

Requirements: | .doc file

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Geography Question

  1. Disclaimer: please don’t accept this assignment if english isn’t your first language or aren’t fluent in it. also, i’m paying a lot so i will want excellent quality. take a look at the question and see if you think you can do that/have adequate time for this assignment. The grading criteria is clear and please follow it.
  2. “The Fight for $15” is a national campaign to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25/hour to $15/hour. Investigate the strategies of the campaign, and the different perspectives on the proposed raise. Consider if and how the concept of social reproduction figures into the arguments made for and against the raise. Have there been actions (e.g. strikes or marches) where you live? Either describe some of the actions and evaluate them, or consider why no actions have taken place where you live.

the question is broad, and you should mold the question to your own interests and local issues. You do not need to answer every subpart but should use them as inspiration to develop a thesis and present evidence on the particulars of where you live.

Length of assignment & format: 900-1100 words (not including a bibliography and cover page), 12-point font, double-spaced

General criteria for judging the assignment:

A – To earn an A, it must be of excellent quality. It should respond fully to the question and be clear about its purpose. It should be well-organized, provide support or evidence for arguments made, and be free from grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. A-level written work must also demonstrate in-depth reflection on, and analysis of, the assigned task.

Your paper will be evaluated on the following criteria:

Title—is it appropriate and does it generate interest?

Introduction—clear statement of the topic and how the author will approach the topic. Outline of paper structure.

Thesis clearly stated

Empirical evidence to support thesis

Consideration of competing/contradictory ideas (if applicable)?

Sources (other authors ideas are properly cited and formatted in a bibliography)

Structure of paper—is there a clear flow of ideas?

Conclusion—draw out they key ideas of the paper in a way that summarizes main argument without feeling repetitive

Format—word requirement met without going over, cover page, page numbers, 12-point font, etc

Language—well written, grammatically correct

Include a bibliography where you cite all sources (including books, articles, web sites, data, photos, etc) consistently using a citation system of your choice (eg Chicago, Harvard, MLA, APA).

Plagiarism: Don’t plagiarize

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Geography Question

Type a 4 full page minimum, double-spaced paper (1000 word minimum, size 12 font in Arial, Calibri, or Times New Roman) on the causes and effects of global climate change. At the top of the page, all you need is your name and title of the paper single spaced.

You must address how and why climate change happens and what the consequences of it are? How is it affecting the landscape, environment, people, and anything else. What are humans doing to combat climate change? As part of the paper, if you like, you can pick one or a few countries and use them as examples to see how they are being affected by climate change.

For the separate bibliography page, you must use at least 8 sources and list them in MLA or APA format. The bibliography page is not part of the 4 page/1000 word minimum. In order to receive a 50/50 on the paper, you should not only address all of the above listed issues, but it must also be well thought out and written with very few to no spelling and grammatical errors.

Everything you type must be in your own words and any plagiarism will automatically result in a zero. If you use any direct quotes, you must cite them appropriately as per MLA or APA standards. However, you may not use more than 2-3 short (1-2 line) quotes in your entire paper. The paper needs to be uploaded using the provided Turnitin link by 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday (6/29). If you have any problems with the link, you must email the paper to me by the due date. As usual, late papers will not be accepted.

From the 2013-2014 Undergraduate Academic Catalog —

1. Plagiarism is the act of representing another’s ideas, words, or information as one’s own. Every student writing a paper should be aware of the following principles.

a. All directly quoted materials must be identified as such by quotation marks. The source(s) of this material must be acknowledged.

b. When borrowed ideas or information is not directly quoted by a student, the student should have so assimilated this material that it is indeed being expressed in his/her own words. However, just as in the case of direct quotations, the sources of such borrowed ideas or information must be acknowledged.

2. The sources of ideas or information lying well within the realm of common knowledge (i.e., material that would be known by anyone familiar with the subject under discussion) need not be acknowledged.

3. Students guilty of plagiarism are subject to severe penalties, ranging from failure for the assignment to failure in the course or, in extreme cases, dismissal from the University. The instructor, in consultation with the Departmental Chair and the School Dean, shall determine the appropriate sanction to be imposed. Students appealing the imposed sanction must present their appeal in writing to the Provost for a final resolution.

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