Examine a nonviolent social movement from America or abroad, contemporary or historical, to uncover the aim of the movement and its tactics, and evaluate the success of the movement.
Prompt:Examine a nonviolent social movement from America or abroad, contemporary or historical, to uncover the aim of the movement and its tactics, and evaluate the success of the movement. Use the interpretative tools offered by the case studies in This Is an Uprising as a primary source, in addition to other sources you find in your research.Format the paper and cite sources using MLA format. Length must be at least 2500 words.Your essay must cite at least 5 varied and credible sources in addition to This is an Uprising:How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the Twenty-First CenturyBook by Mark Engler and Paul Engler.Variety: journal articles, reports, books, newspaper features and opinion pieces, first-person accounts or interviews…Go beyond Google: While many good sources are available on the “open internet” (through Google), you are required to also use some sources that come from library databases and/or academic journals.WritingAs this is a lengthy paper, you cannot complete it at the last minute. Take full advantage of the process assignments in the last weeks of class to move your project forward.Your organization may be messy at first. Let it be that way. At the start of the writing process, it will be more important to develop material and hone your ideas through writing than it will be to have a coherent outline.Finally, and crucially, political rhetoric, as we have seen, is often inflated, imprecise, and full of fallacies. Instead of adopting this style of rhetoric, it is doubly important that your essay makes good use of evidence and represents all points of view respectfully and accurately.