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How can these stories assist Indigenous communities to combat violence and, most especially, violence against children?

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Essay Topic: In the “Preface” to The Wetiko Legal Principles: Cree and Anishinabek Responses to Violence and Victimization, Hadley Louse Friedland writes, “A pressing contemporary issue within Indigenous communities is the frightening rates of internal violence and child victimization. How do we speak of unspeakable things? How do we protect those we love – from those we love?” (p. xv). According to Friedland’s book, in what ways are traditional Cree and Anishinabek stories about
wetikoism helpful in answering this thorny question? How can these stories assist Indigenous communities to combat violence and, most especially, violence against children? What factors impede the practice of wetiko law in Canada?

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-The essay should be a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 12 double-spaced typed pages (size 12 Times New Roman font with 1 inch margins). The page count does NOT include the cover page, which must provide your name and student number, nor the final page of the essay, that must provide an
alphabetized list of the materials (e.g., books, articles, websites) that you used in the preparation of your essay. For the preparation of the reference list, either ASA or APA style is acceptable.
Important: If your essay contains phrases or sentences that are drawn verbatim from the writings of
another/others, you MUST acknowledge that these words/sentences are not your own. Each and every
time that you include the words of another in your essay, you MUST (i) place these words within quotation marks and (ii) cite the source used within a footnote. The footnote MUST fully identify the source used as well as the page number on which the words used appear. * Long quotations (3 sentences or more) from the writings of another/others should be used
sparingly and preferably, not at all. If long quotes are used, they MUST be set apart from what precedes them by being single-spaced and double-indented. The name of the author, the date of the publication, and the page number on which the quoted material appears should be clearly identified in a footnote. **
In preparing your footnotes, observe the following stylistic details: (a) Always list the names of the authors with the first name followed by the surname (e.g., John Smith &
Anne Smith).
(b) For Books With One Author: Jo-Anne M. Wemmers, Victimology: A Canadian Perspective (Toronto:
University of Toronto Press, 2017) at 5 (or whatever page you used). (c) For Books With More Than Three Authors: Patricia A. Adler et al, eds, Constructions of Deviance:
Social Power, Context, and Interaction, 5th edition (Belmont, CA: Thomson Higher Education, 2014) at 14
(or whatever page you used).
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(d) For Chapter in an Edited Book: Gibson Burrell & Jeff Hearn, “The Sexuality of Organization” in Jeff
Hearn et al, eds, The Sexuality of Organization (London: Sage Publications, 1989) 111 [or whatever page
is the first page of the chapter] at 113 [or whatever page you are drawing upon].
(v) For Journal Article: Kathleen Harris, “Life After Welfare: Women, Work, and Repeat Dependency”
(2017) [year of publication] 61 [volume]: 3 [number] American Sociological Review [title of journal in
italics] 413 [first page of article] at 415 [or whatever page you are drawing upon].
(vi) For Website: Statistics Canada, “Police-reported Crime Statistics, 2011” (24 July 2014), online: . (e) For Article in Online New Paper: Kelly Geraldine Malone, “Indigenous Communities Return To Land
To Ensure Adequate Food Supply During COVID-19 Pandemic”, CBC (10 May 2020), online:.
(f) For Course PowerPoints: Identify the PowerPoint set as well as the specific slide. For example: to
refer to the third slide of the second powerpoint set, indicate Soc 201/LS 224, PP2-3. (5). Proofread your assignment carefully prior to its submission.
3. Criteria for Evaluation: The following criteria will be used to evaluate the essay. (1) Did the student fully answer the questions posed (see B1 above, “Essay Topic”)? (2) Are the student’s assertion(s) factually correct? Does the student demonstrate an in-depth
knowledge of the subject matter? (3) Was the essay well-written, with an introduction that roadmaps what will follow and a thoughtful
conclusion? Is the essay free of grammatical errors and typos? Does it abide fully with the instructions
given? Was it submitted on time? (4) Is the essay written in the student’s own voice or did the student rely upon on the words of
another/others (e.g., sentence fragments and/or sentences drawn from the writings of others)? If the
words of others were used, was this use acknowledged by the use of quotation marks around the
words/sentence fragments/sentences used and the provision of a full reference to the source(s) used?
I will be providing you tomorrow with a document version that will contain the book(the readings and stories), I will provide you with the PowerPoints, and any other readings that you will need to do this essay.

 

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