Divorce and the effects it has on family
Your essay should contain the following basic features:
•A well-defined message or argument that uses the Narrative mode to demonstrate its meaning
•A clear and specific, singular event
•Vivid language that works to recreate the event, including descriptions of where the event took place, the people who were involved, and the things these people said and did
•A stated or implied reason why this event is still personally significant and why it also holds value for others
In addition to the above, the final draft of your essay should be:
•From 600 or more words in length, typed in Times New Roman 12pt. font, double-spaced, with one-inch margins.
•Include citations as needed and write in first person
•Edited for spelling, mechanical, grammatical, and typing errors
The reader should be able to imagine how your topic will help the person that is reading. They should be able to place themselves within your essay. The key is to keep the readers attention.
•Provide examples of when one approach is better than the other.
4.A fellow researcher asks that you join her in performing secondary data analysis on Department of Justice Data relevant to traffic stops and racial profiling. What questions would you ask her relevant to the nature of the data in order for you to determine if the study is feasible; consequently, allowing you to choose an appropriate research methodology?
•Describe describe secondary data analysis and evaluability assessments/feasibility studies.
•Discuss the questions and/or issues addressed with evaluability assessments.
•Describe the feasibility study questions that would be relevant for a racial profiling. evaluation utilizing secondary data.
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