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Pat Washington, Instructor Fall 2008 7A Final Take Home Essay Question (30 points maximum possible) Final Exam Essay must be submitted before you begin the in-class portion of your final examination for the course. Points will be deducted for late submissions. Exam Essay Guidelines: Exam Essay response should be no more than three typed pages, double-spaced with one inch margins on all sides. Students are required...

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Washington, Pat Instructor Fall 2008 7A Final Take Home Essay Question (30 points maximum possible) Final Exam Essay must be submitted before you begin the in-class portion of your final examination for the course. Points will be deducted for late submissions. Exam Essay Guidelines: Exam Essay response should be no more than three typed pages, double-spaced with one inch margins on all sides. Students are required to effectively integrate required readings, documentaries, class discussion, and lecture into essay response. Students will be evaluated on appropriate (pertinent) and accurate use of course materials, as well as effective and coherent integration of such materials into a thoughtful and supportable response to the questions detailed below. Appropriate documentation of resources is required, along with evidence of critical thinking. Spelling, grammar, and coherence of thought/writing do count, so please use spell check and read your essay aloud to make sure it flows logically and clearly from sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph. FINAL EXAM ESSAY TOPIC: Using information contained in Soldiers Without Swords and To Make Our World Anew, lectures, and class discussion, develop a coherent, detailed, and logically organized essay that describes the impact of Black media representations of Black peopleparticularly the Black press but also including Black cultural productions such as Black music, art and poetryon resisting and replicating oppressive and debilitating images and beliefs about Blacks in the U. S. Also discuss possible strategies for reinforcing/reinvigorating the social justice of imperatives the Black media, particularly the Black press. Be sure to address: (1) Ways in which the Black press, in particular, originated as a form of advocacy journalism with particular goals and objectives. Be sure to define advocacy journalism and discuss the ways in which the Black media, particularly the Black press, has challenged, yet sometimes reinforced, stereotyped images of Black women and men over time. (2) Ways in which stereotyped images produced and reproduced in the Black media, particularly the Black press, continue to impact the quality of life for Blacks in contemporary U.S. society. (3) Possible strategies that could advance the social justice imperatives of the Black press in the U. S. Exam Essay Grading Criteria: LOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF IDEAS AND ORGANIZATION (10 pts) Your essay is written in a structured and organized fashion with a thoughtful, coherent and cohesive analysis. A clear thesis is presented and supported throughout your essay. Strong examples/data clearly explain your claims and link them to each other and the overall thesis. APPROPRIATE USE OF COURSE MATERIALS (10 pts) Strong and effective use of appropriate course materials in analysis. ATTENTION TO INTERSECTIONALITY WHERE APPROPRIATE (5 pts) Wherever appropriate, your essay links the intersectionality of social, political and cultural constructions of race, gender, class, and sexuality of people of African descent. CLARITY AND STRUCTURE (5 pts) There are no errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content. Consistent, appropriate and proper use of citations throughout the paper.

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