you will be rewritting (from the draft attached) and finishing the draft of this


you will be rewritting (from the draft attached) and finishing the draft of this essay. One page for cover, 8 pages for the essay itself, and one page for ciations. (please use instroctor notes) The specific instructions for the essay are in bold bellow.ANALYSIS OF AN URBAN POLICY OR ISSUE (Final Paper)Purpose: The research paper assignment is intended to help develop collegiate-level writing skills with emphasis on proper writing style, correct grammar, coherence, and focus.Skills: information literacy, critical thinking, analytical writingDisciplinary Knowledge: African American and multicultural urban experience, urban policyInstructions: Your major written assignment will be to present an analysis of a chosen urban issue (see list on Blackboard). These topics all have an association with race, class, and/or ethnicity; therefore students must incorporate the role of race, class and/or ethnicity, or an intersection of multiple roles, into their paper. You will want to narrow the scope of your paper to a particular aspect of the issue. For example, if you were writing about climate change, you may want to narrow your topic by location (e.g. southern US), and by class/race (poorer, African American neighborhoods projected to receive disproportionate damage). This is a research paper, not a case study or an essay about your own personal experiences/opinions. The grading rubric is posted under Assignments in Blackboard.The body of your draft must be 2-4 pages (typed and double-spaced), follow APA for in-text citations and end-of-paper References, and must include1. The beginning of your research paper (1-3 pages). This should be in paragraph form so that the instructor can comment on the writing.2. A short outline or summary of where you are headed with your paper (1/2-1 page).3. At least one full reference that will be included in your References page at the end of your final paper so the instructor can comment whether it aligns with APA and is a legitimate source.The body of your final paper should be 8-10 pages with a minimum of 2000 words (excluding references and title page), typed, double-spaced. In addition, this paper should have a cover page and a reference page consisting of no less than 6 different scholarly sources. Of the references cited, only one may come from our required class readings. You should use an assortment of books, book chapters, journal articles, government reports, and/or databases (e.g., data.gov). Only 1 news article is permitted to count toward the minimum of 6 scholarly sources.GuidelinesCorrect grammar and spelling will be included in determining your essay grade, so be sure to review your work before submitting it.You will submit a draft of this essay for comments and ways to improve your essay before submitting your final version. This draft will be returned to you with corrections/guidance for you to revise and resubmit by its final due date. Responding to instructor comments in your final paper does not guarantee that you will obtain full points for the paper, but it increases your chances of a better grade.Information literacy skills require that students address the ethical and legal uses of information. Also be sure to attribute credit to an author when paraphrasing information from a source. Paraphrasing is the act of restating the author’s words or ideas in your own words. Follow APA guidelines for how to insert direct quotes into your paper.You will be required to submit your final paper to the plagiarism detection service, built into our Blackboard course site.Format your essay using APA (American Psychological Association) guidelines, including a title page, abstract, parenthetical references and a reference list. If you need more information on how this is done, information is available at the CSU University Library, on page 2 of this syllabus, and on our Blackboard course site.Internet sources that are merely web pages constructed by individuals airing their personal views are unacceptable sources for any course assignments. However, using the Web to access academic articles is an appropriate use of the Internet for this assignment (e.g., Google Scholar). For example, it is appropriate to use an article published in the Journal of Urban Affairs that you can download electronically. However, using the writings found on www.josephspeakshismind.com would not be an acceptable reference for this assignment. One way to determine if an Internet article is “legitimate” is to ask yourself, “If the Internet didn’t exist, would I find this source in the University library?” Newspaper or magazine articles are relevant sources for this assignment, provided they are in-depth articles on the issue, rather than editorials or commentaries. WIKIPEDIA is NOT an academic source for citations but is fine as a resource for getting some preliminary information on a topic.If you need additional guidance regarding how to construct a research paper, please access online resources such as Purdue Owl and/or the CSU Writing Center.These issues, although contemporary, have roots deep into American history and development, and you can incorporate this history into your paper, where appropriate. CSU’s Michael Schwartz Library houses the Cleveland Press collection, the City’s last afternoon daily newspaper, published from 1878 to 1982. For information on this and other special collections, visit the Cleveland Memory Project.FEED BACK FROM DRAFT:-This is an excellent beginning to what should result in an excellent final paper. Please see the few comments I made within the body of your paper in Turnitin. Also, I assume the information you write about for the final paper will be more synthesized since this draft only represents information gleaned from 1 source.-This is an excellent beginning to what should result in an excellent final paper. Please see the few comments I made within the body of your paper in Turnitin. Also, I assume the information you write about for the final paper will be more synthesized since this draft only represents information gleaned from 1 source.draft is attached