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Soci4730 First-Assignment Global Social Change

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SOCI4730 First-Assignment Global Social Change
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• Write an essay of 700-800 words on one (1) of the following two topics:
• What is the nature of the relationship between the State and the market? Why are states necessary for markets to exist? Refer to both mercantilism and liberalism in your answer.
• Identify the three most salient consequences of the colonization of the world by Europe that people in the world live with today. You may identify more consequences, but focus your essay on the three chosen ones, and justify why you think these are the most important consequences of colonialism.
• You should do extra research to support your thesis (overall answer to the question). I require at least 5 scholarly sources (books or journal articles).
• Your word-processed assignments should follow APA format for preparing your paper and citing sources (no need for an abstract).
• Be sure that you are presenting the concepts in your own words and that you include current information.
• Submit a single file containing all elements of the essay (cover page, essay, reference list) via Moodle no later than the deadline in the Moodle site for this course.



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Substance (75 marks)
• The essay answers the question, provides evidence of critical thinking and analysis as well as synthesis of information throughout, and presents a logical and persuasive argument. (15 marks)
• Research sources are relevant, current, and credible. They are clearly documented in the paper. (15 marks)
• The introduction offers a sense of direction for the paper and presents a clear thesis statement to the reader and a brief outline of the points to be covered. (15 marks)
• The body develops the necessary aspects of the main idea and provides examples, support, or...

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