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In this assignmnet you have to cite and write 3 paragraphs for EVERY SINGLE LINK ATTACHED. They all individually need to have a summary, an evaluation, and a personal response. about 3 to 5 sentences...

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In this assignmnet you have to cite and write 3 paragraphs for EVERY SINGLE LINK ATTACHED. They all individually need to have a summary, an evaluation, and a personal response. about 3 to 5 sentences for each.
There is no word limit and the professor dropped the 10 citations down to 8, but I have only included 6 links. if you can find other links then that would be helpful. Please if you have any questions please feel free to email me so that I can clarify as much as possible as soon as possible. my email is XXXXXXXXXX if you need to contact me.
in the second attachment there is an example of how the format is opposed to look.
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Dr. Vidhya answered on May 04 2020
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Annotated Bibliography
Soep E & Chavez V, “Drop that Knowledge: Youth Radio Stories”, 2016, University of California Press, London. Print
Chavez and Soep retrieve the past and go back to a time when they were a part of th Youth Radio. It was the phenomenal thing for them to record and share the experiences of the colleagues and mates who were belonging to a particular community. The book is all about the experiences, problems, issues and concerns of the people working for Youth Radio. In fact, the authors share their stories with the audience in order to help them know how positively they all worked together to sustain the image and repo of a station, a place for community that they began.
The book can be evaluated on three different segments. At first, it appears to be a personal na
ative which is given the shape of biographical records of professionals working at Youth Radio including Quinsy, its founder whose mother got AIDS. Secondly, the book comprises of the precise details that connect the users well with the lives of common people in America especially when they come from a particular community. Finally, it conveys the rightful message that problems are common to all, it is the attitude that
ings in all kinds of differences. The book covers stories which contain positive and negative consequences but still, it grabs the attention of the readers because of its crispy language and great rhythm of ideas.
I drew out the conclusion that the book was worth reading at first; it had something motivational. As per human tendency, we learn from our experiences and mistakes play a pivotal role in the same. When it comes to help and assist each other, an integrated network of assistance can be made if there is a will to help. My inspirational ideas were on the top after reading the actual story of the Youth radio concept here.
Kwon Soo, “Chapter 12: Youth for Color Organizing Juvenile Justice”, 2017, Rutledge, Print
In the Chapter 12 of the book, Kwon summarizes the concept of organization of color community in American society. The chapter is analytical in the sense that it gives an account of the democratic views of the society but how it can still practice the biased behavior and attitude towards a particular community especially when it comes to justice. The chapter is all about telling the story of a group that organizes itself so that the values and norms of justice for juveniles of their community can be redefined from a new perspective. The words like “Color” and “Juvenile” on page 1 sound clear in meaning; the point of segregation, though abandoned way back in history seems to be the dominant undercu
ent of the mainstream society which can be eliminated through efforts of people.
The chapter can be evaluated as a part of the whole book; it is the processed state of ideas i.e. the method through which, attention to a particular community in American societies can be given. There is no formal addressing in terms of providing justice to them and it has no ideologies as well that are to be called different. In other words, on surface, it seems that the democracy in America has given equal rights of justice to all but under the veil, something goes wrong and it affects the morale of a specific color or ethnic group. The chapter continues the same context which is in previous chapter and gives accounts of the affronts that are relevant and well in context with the movement that must be
ought to the Justice system of the nation.
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