Your paper will be a literature. APA format is required. Your paper should include an introduction to the topic, followed by a clear and concise review of the relevant literature. Literature review much discuss at least 2 peer-reviewed research journal articles and one scholarly book or a book chapter. The paper will be between 4-5 pages, including the title page, and Reference page. Your topic and sources must be approved by me.
P.S. Me and my partner (Monet013) should have the same Method and Result.
· You will be graded based on the quality and thoroughness of your literature review
TOPIC: Racism and social injustice
This is an email from my professor in regards to the last 4-5 page paper you did for me.
An article on priming honesty is being attached.
You have the option to use a method similar to this article.
For example: You can give the imaginary participants the IAT on race, then prime them with honesty ( based on the method in THE article), next give them IAT on race again to see whether or not priming with honesty decreases racism.
please also use the article attached.
Also, this was her comment in regards to the 4-5 page paper below:
Recommendations: In your reference page, when referencing a journal: Ridgeway, C.L. (2014)………………………….
The page number does not need to be italicized.
Overall for referencing an online journal article use the following format:
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number(issue number), pages. https://doi.org/xx.xxx/yyyy
Please check Lebow, J.(2018)…………
You might need to italicize the title and the volume number.
For referencing a book, use the following format:
Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. Publisher Name.
Title is italicized. Publisher name is enough.
For online resources, here is the format:
Lastname, F. M. (Year, Month Date). Title of page. Site name. URL
Diène, D. (2006). Racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and all forms of discrimination: Report. Geneva: UN.
Shultz, A. J., & Mullings, L. (2006). Gender, race, class and health: Intersectional approaches. San Francisco, CA : Jossey‐Bass.
Dyson, M. E. (2018). What truth sounds like: RFK, James Baldwin and our unfinished conversation about race in America. New York, NY : St. Martin’s Press.