Develop a polished, well-crafted analytical essay, that responds to one or both of the following: How did sports culture advance social change or reflect societal tensions? How did popular “notions” about race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality or class show social tensions or changes? Introduction: best to open with a 1-2 sentence thesis. Do NOT include overgeneralized or grandiose statements. Your introduction should: 1) Briefly indicate which 1-2 specific groups or communities from Weeks 1-7 your essay will analyze; 2) Indicate the time period for each group in your essay, and 3) Offer any regional dimension associated with your group(s). Sources: rely on course readings primarily, plus videos, and/or lecture content from Weeks 1-7. Your essay must integrate a minimum of 2 course-assigned secondary sources (i.e. scholarly chapters/articles) AND 1 course-assigned primary document. Additionally, you will research and locate 2 new primary sources (i.e. eyewitness accounts or sources created or published in the time period you chose). You may use the D2L Library Tools to access a number of UA library databases I have provided to you to find 2 primary sources created or published from 1890-1945 that pertain to your group(s). You are not expected to cover all of 1890-1945. Format: 2,000-2,300 essay words (does NOT include headers, paper titles, Works Cited page); Times New Roman font, size 12, double-spaced, pages numbered. Historical Context: essays should weave in background information or historical context from course materials to show what issues or events shaped group experiences (e.g. policies, laws, wars, population shifts, immigration waves, economic developments). When relying on lectures and class-assigned or in-class films, do so sparingly but cite them whenever you use this material. Lectures and films do NOT count towards the minimum source requirements. This essay is rooted primarily in your understanding and completion of syllabus materials and your own research for 2 new primary sources (i.e. eyewitness or in-the-moment sources). When paraphrasing, you MUST cite! Essays should selectively weave in the strongest quotes from course readings that prove a point you are making or are useful illustrations. AVOID BLOCK QUOTES (quotes longer than a sentence at a time) but do use select quotes as illustrations.
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