The paper will explore the racial segregation and the political takeover that led to the apartheid. It must examine the history of South Africa and how the anti-apartheid movement would later successfully end that segment of theyre history.
The paper must include the following sources:
Research Paper Resources
1. Davidson, Basil. The African Genius. 1st ed, Ohio University Press, 2004.
2. Davis Jr, DeWitt. South African Apartheid: A Socio-Spatial Problem. Focus, vol. 42, no. 3, Fall 1992, p. 12. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=9307020032&scope=site.
3. Mandela, N. (1990). Apartheid has no future. Vital Speeches of the Day, 56(10), 295297.
4. Burns, John F. Under Apartheid: Life in One Black Family. 26 December 1978. https://www.nytimes.com/1978/12/26/archives/under-apartheid-life-in-one-black-family-life-under-apartheid.html
5. McGill, Sara Ann. The End of Apartheid. End of Apartheid, Aug. 2017, pp. 12.
The paper must considers the controversial issue announced by the professor in the initial threads for conferencing.
-Identifies at least 2 examples of primary sources (i.e., letters, diaries, publications) related to the issue.
-Constructs a thesis statement based upon the examples.
-Consults a number of additional secondary sources that help to develop a thesis.
-Incorporates an introduction, body, and conclusion.
-Organizes paragraphs with approximately eight sentences developing a single topic.
-Elaborates major points with a degree of specificity.
-Clarifies premises using coherent diction.
-Avoid spelling errors, awkward language, improper grammar, flawed punctuation, and other technical mistakes.
-Includes 4 to 6 pages of full typed text.
-Includes a bibliography, with at least 2 primary and 3 secondary sources listed separately.
The paper should be double-spaced, 12-point sans serif font, with 1 inch margins all around. When citing resources, you must adhere strictly to APA, MLA or Chicago style