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“The Failure of Integration in Sweden’s Open Welfare State: A Critical Analysis”

https://imgur.com/a/eLxFYiM instructions
https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/mft0rzqgzswmord59sp8u/How-is-the-integration-of-migrants-failing-in-Sweden-s-open-welfare-state_-2.docx?rlkey=1tqs9fg23twgylmcg5cdz2qdp&st=gxkqggw5&dl=0 and the paper itself
thank you very much for your help, i really appriceate your work and im forever grateful <3

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“Defining America: A Nuanced Exploration of Identity and Values” “The Grit of American Identity: Examining the Impact of Immigrant Asylum on the Country’s Growth and Development”

7 pages, double-spaced, proofread, polished
MLA format including parenthetical citations and works cited list
100 points 
RESEARCH PAPER SOURCE REQUIREMENTS–
at least 5 sources total following these formats:
At least 1 “text” used in our course (textual or non-textual—anything I provided to you) Sources from class are attached. 
At least 2 peer-reviewed journal articles found through independent research (in other words, you did not get them from ME)
At least 1 additional textual (written) source (of any kind) found through independent research (in other words, it has to be a written text but does not have to be peer-reviewed, though it may be)
At least 1 non-textual source (video, interview, music, documentary, TED talk) found through independent research
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
You may incorporate material from one of the essays you previously wrote for this class.  
You do not need in this essay to reference our course terminology by describing types of arguments or argumentative techniques, though you may do so if this seems appropriate for your argument.
the Assignment:
At the root of everything that we’re trying to accomplish is the belief that America has a mission. We are a nation of freedom, living under God, believing all citizens must have the opportunity to grow, create wealth, and build a better life for those who follow.
—President Ronald Reagan
I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually.
—James Baldwin
As we have seen together this semester, a survey of American media—news, politics, novels, speeches, activist accounts, documentaries, interviews, TED talks, manifestos, short stories—reveals individuals from all religions, socioeconomic groups, ethnic backgrounds, and national origins anxious to report on their American experience.  These experiences show an America—or, rather, Americas—that are diverse, complicated, contradictory, wonderful, and terrifying.  America’s inhabitants make grand pronouncements, like President Reagan’s, and call America to account, as James Baldwin does.  In describing and envisioning their America, the authors we have seen do not just put forth simple proposals.  They also engage with fundamental questions regarding American identity and ask us to consider a more nuanced and less bumper-sticker-friendly definition of American values.
Ehrenreich does not just propose a higher minimum wage.  She defines the working class, evaluates employer/employee relations, and criticizes America’s social safety net.  Ali does not simply define Islam and Islamophobia, he defines American attitudes toward acceptable appearance and delineates the effects of faith-based hatred.  Stevenson proposes changes to the solitary confinement and capital punishment systems, but he also humanizes prisoners and evaluates America’s capacity for true compassion.
In this research paper, make your own argument, as these authors do, about some aspects of American identity or the American experience.  You may focus on positive and/or less positive characteristics, you may measure known American ideals against real American struggles, you may fold together related issues, such as economics and education; incarceration, drug addiction, and homelessness; slavery, structural racism, and affirmative action; or many other combinations of American issues.
You are not limited in your scope or your focus.  Only please, remember the following:
Do not rely on clichés like an over-emphasis on trite phrases like “melting pot” or “American Dream.”
Present complex and nuanced ideas; let them evolve and gain in significance as your essay develops.
Be sure your essay is cohesive and coherent; it should not feel like a piecemeal approach but rather a blending of related ideas.
Organize your essay by IDEAS, not by source.  You should not simply summarize many sources.  Make them talk to each other.  Let your initial idea gain in complexity as your essay develops.  Your conclusion should not merely restate your introduction.  You have 7 pages—explore many related ideas.
Analyze and interrogate your sources; don’t just report on them.
Write something that matters and that interests you and your reader 
MY TOPIC/ARGUMENT ON AMERICAN IDENTITY PROPOSAL
Topic: Immigrant Asylum in America 
Why: My friends are here on Asylum and their experience of America is much different than mines. My parents came here and had to earn their citizenship, so immigration specifically for asylum is near to me. 
Possible these: The American identity is embedded in immigrants.
Sources: I’ll be using sources that shows improved lives of immigrants.
Importance of topic: I think it is important to understand and know how immigration for a better life has drastically improved the lives who search for hope and that when they do achieve a better life, it has only improved America as a country. Immigration by grit has created a superpower. Go America. 
This topic is important to American Identity: Even though many Americans were brought here because of England and by force, they somehow still managed to survive and fight back a superpower of that time. There is no feeling above the feeling of earned reward. Regardless of how many push-backs there are that went against this country to begin, the early pilgrams still did it. Regardless of the push-backs that are presented to anyone who physically touches this land, they still do it. There is no barrier at the root of American identity and that means that all who are rising above the push-backs are the reason why Americans are Americans, even if they have papers or not. Grit, til the end, is the root of all American identity and that is what all immigrants have. 

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Preliminary Plan for Policy Domain: Mental Health Abstract: This preliminary plan outlines the topic of mental health as a policy domain for the current event exploration throughout the semester. The topic will be narrowed down to focus on the impact of social media

Each student will track news
media stories on one of the policy domains listed          below. In addition, they will locate scholarly writing
on the policy topic area. 
Although the topic may be
initially broadly defined, each student will be expected to
narrow his or her investigation for the following written assignments.      
Students
should scan major international, national, or local news media for relevant
reporting. Once they have decided on the area, they should begin to collect
legitimate scholarly and academic sources from which to write their papers. This
does not include general Wikipedia, or Google. 
This will set the course for
the current event exploration all semester.
How to Get Started
Select a topic
of current debate, browse recent news stories, start to take notes on how this
issue is currently defined
and debated. Compare
that with our readings in class and choose a relevant policy today. 
Potential Topic Ideas include:
·        
Mental
Health
·        
Disability
·        
Housing
·        
Human Rights
·        
Family Law
·        
Divorce
·        
Child Abuse
·        
Social Welfare
Elements of
the Preliminary Plan
The preliminary plan should
use APA format, be 1 OR 2 pages long, and include at least 6 references (2 news articles and
4 scholarly articles) structured according to the following outline and please
use subheadings throughout:
·        
Abstract
·        
References
Abstract –Preliminary Plan. Students should
identify their tentative
topics for the historical paper and if possible, for the second paper, the
policy memo. While you are not
committed to this plan (you may change your
mind or modify it), faculty
for this course
have learned that the more
firmly developed the student’s initial plan, the better
their final projects will be. In
part, this is because this kind of
assignment often has some “false starts”
and/or it takes time to settle on a topic. Students
who leave this preliminary work until the last minute might risk getting stuck.
The abstract should
be no more than one page,
and the references will add no more than a second page. .
Reference List included
with preliminary plan. You must collect at least                  2 news
accounts and 4 scholarly
sources but you may collect more if you like. You should provide the proper
citation for all sources. Be consistent with citation       style and use APA guidelines.

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Immigration and Citizenship

Title: Executive Order 9066: The Impact on Japanese Americans and Immigrants

Discuss Executive Order 9066 and the effect that it had on the Japanese American/Japanese Immigrant community. As part of your Paper, include the answers to the following questions: What was Executive Order 9066? Why was it created? What event/events contributed to its passage? Describe the events that unfolded in the U.S. as a result of the passage of the Executive Order. What happened during the period in which the order was enforced? How did internment in the U.S. work/function? What effect did it have on the Japanese American/immigrant community? Include and discuss at least 1 legal challenge to Japanese Internment- who filed the challenge (on whose behalf was it filed)? What happened? What was the outcome of the case? How did Japanese internment in the U.S. come to an end?
Remember if 2 consecutive sentences are paraphrased, each one needs a separate citation. If you create a Bibliography/Works Cited page, it will not count towards the minimum number of words for your Final paper.

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Title: The Impact of Immigration Policies on Latino Political Empowerment in the U.S.

Write an 8-10 page critical analysis paper for this course that focuses on a defined policy or issue area concerning Latinos in the U.S. You can choose a topic from the list below or submit your own for instructor approval. Your approach to the issue you choose should always relate to its effect on Latino political empowerment in the U.S. 
You will choose two to three articles or books to analyze their approach to a topic area that affects Latinos. You may compare this to your own lived experience. 
Make sure to include two to three scholarly articles and to cite them according to APA format in a bibliography at the end of the paper. 
The topic should be about Administration Policies that affect the latino population, with an emphasis on immigration reform.
The body of the paragraph must support and develop the topic sentence.
Paragraphs should follow one another in a logical order and be connected with smooth transitions.
Have been /has been: Shorter active-voiced sentences are usually more effective (i.e., clear and concise) than long, complicated, distanced passive-voiced sentences.
I love paragraphs! Papers should include tightly edited paragraphs with topic sentences as the first or last lines.
TEXT: Font & Size: a 12 pt font, preferably Arial, New York, Times, Palatino, or similar. 
MARGINS: In terms of spacing, use 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, and sides and double-spacing between sentences.
LINE SPACING: Use 1.5 to 2.0 line spacing, nothing more, nothing less 
CITATION METHOD: All papers must include the APA citation method and a bibliography.

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“The Intersection of Citizenship, Race, and Immigration: My Family’s Journey to New York and Its Impact on Social Mobility”

Why your family lives in New York and not Chicago or Arizona? What is your country of Origin and what network they used to come here. Theory of immigration always look at the level of incorporation of immigration flows or people. They also give a lot of importance to parent human capital (income, education, occupation family structure, race, sexuality) when they come to the US. These characteristics can affect the degree of assimilation among second generation of immigrants and consequently the degree of incorporation in US society. A key feature of assimilation is language which is important for social mobility of second generation of Immigrants. You should explore how your experience and that of your family should reflect your mobility and how the dynamic of the intersection of citizenship, Race and immigration is/was positive or negative for your own social mobility.

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“Exploring the Effectiveness of Interventions for Reducing Burnout in Healthcare Professionals: A Thematic Literature Review”

It’s a literature review with thematic analysis and a total of 7.000
words are currently missing. Specifically, the introduction, theoretical
background & methods part are already written and finished so only
the result section, discussion, and conclusion & some tables/ charts
are missing (1) PRISMA Flowchart in the result section, 2) a Table with
development of themes & 3) Overview of Articles Retrieved and
Summary Description of Studies Included in the Review in the appendix)
For the gathering of the resources it is important to use Pubmed and web
of science/ or a second known database to remove the duplicates etc.
from the search and only one specific search string will be used (it is
provided in the `thesis requirement` document but will be improved and
slightly changed tomorrow). You will find attached 3 documents: 1) my
thesis document where the already written sections can be found, 2) all
the thesis requirements and examples of the tables that are needed, 3) a
good example of a thesis that includes the necessary tables (a thematic
analysis is not included in this one). If it is not possible to do the
whole thesis, please let me know if there is at least a possibility for
writing a part of it, for example just the result section with the
tables.

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“The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health: A Literature Review and Thematic Analysis”

It’s a literature review with thematic analysis and a total of 7.000
words are currently missing. Specifically, the introduction, theoretical
background & methods part are already written and finished so only
the result section, discussion, and conclusion & some tables/ charts
are missing (1) PRISMA Flowchart in the result section, 2) a Table with
development of themes & 3) Overview of Articles Retrieved and
Summary Description of Studies Included in the Review in the appendix)
For the gathering of the resources it is important to use Pubmed and web
of science/ or a second known database to remove the duplicates etc.
from the search and only one specific search string will be used (it is
provided in the `thesis requirement` document but will be improved and
slightly changed tomorrow). You will find attached 3 documents: 1) my
thesis document where the already written sections can be found, 2) all
the thesis requirements and examples of the tables that are needed, 3) a
good example of a thesis that includes the necessary tables (a thematic
analysis is not included in this one). If it is not possible to do the
whole thesis, please let me know if there is at least a possibility for
writing a part of it, for example just the result section with the
tables.

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Title: The Valuable Contributions of Iraqi Immigrants to the United States: A Thematic Memo on Integration, Assimilation, and Resilience.

Write a thematic memo about how Iraqi immigrants are an asset in the US. Please talk about the following: 
integration
assimilation
resiliance 
how are immigrants an asset to the US

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“Exploring the Puzzle: A Comprehensive Analysis of National Security Studies” Title: The Evolution of Knowledge: A Scholarly Examination

A thesis must have a substantial research component, present an original argument using proper academic writing conventions including carefully documented primary and/or secondary sources, and contain the following elements per the End of Program Assessment Manual for Master’s Programs (EOP Manual) and specifically the National Security Studies End of Program Guide: A refined introduction (Mandatory)
Updated Title Page (Mandatory)
Copyright Page with Declaration (Mandatory)
Dedication Page (Optional)
Acknowledgement Page (Optional)
Abstract (Mandatory)
Table of Contents (Mandatory)
List of Tables (Mandatory if tables are used in your thesis)
List of Figures (Mandatory if figures are used in your thesis)
References (Mandatory) I. Introduction: This section provides an overview of the topic that you are writing about, a concise synopsis of the issues, and why the topic presents a “puzzle” that prompts your research question(s), which you will include. This section will typically be 5-8 pages. This section can be preceded by an epigraph that creates interest in the topic. Ensure that you follow proper format for epigraphs!! For this section you can draw from your Research Question(s), Statement of the Problem, and Purpose Statement and Thesis Proposal assignments. II. Review of the Literature: All research projects include a literature review to set out for the reader what knowledge exists on the subject under study and helps the researcher develop the research strategy to use in the study. A good literature review is a thoughtful study of what has been written, a summary of the arguments that exist (whether you agree with them or not), arranged thematically. At the end of the summary, you should have circled back to your research question that remains to be answered. It is written in narrative format and can be from 12-18 pages depending on the scope and length of the paper. You wrote a version of your Literature Review for the Assignment due in Week 6. III. Methodology and Research Strategy: This section provides the reader with a description of how you are planning to conduct research. It explains what research approach you have chosen, and why. The theoretical framework section is included, which develops the theories or models to be used in the study and shows how you have developed testable research hypotheses. This section includes a discussion of the gaps in the literature and how your thesis will address those gaps. It will include a justification and explanation of the theory or model that is used in the thesis. It describes any special considerations and defines any limitations and terms specific to this project, if necessary. This section will range from 5-8 pages Please draw on your research proposal as you should have already developed a preliminary strategy for the Proposal that you submitted at the end of Week 4. IV. Findings and Analysis: This section provides the results of your research and the analytical arguments that will make as a result of your findings. In a quantitative project, this section would provide the results of the data collection and an analysis of what it illustrates in empirical terms. In a qualitative project, you will do the same even if there is no quantitative component. For an empirical qualitative project, you will provide your analysis of the variables you identified and explain what your research findings are. How did your independent variables affect the outcome (your dependent variable)? Did you prove or disprove your hypothesis? What new information have you discovered, if any? This section will range from 10-15 pages. V. Conclusions: This section will contain the concluding analytical arguments based on what research has revealed to answer the research question. Like any conclusion, it should provide a synopsis of the project, the strategy, and the results and what they add to the body of knowledge. This section should also offer suggestions for avenues of future research for other scholars, as all knowledge is evolutionary. This section can be 5 – 7 pages depending on the scope of the project. References (or Bibliography): This section will contain all references, cited in Turabian format and alphabetically arranged. Entitle this section as either “References” or “Bibliography” depending on the type of citation you use in the rest of the paper. Technical Requirements
Your paper must be at a minimum of 50 pages (the Title and Reference pages (Front and Back Matter) do not count towards the minimum limit).
Scholarly and credible references should be used. A good rule of thumb is at least 2 scholarly sources per page of content.
Type in Times New Roman, 12 point and double space.
Students will follow the current Turabian Bibliography Style or Turabian Reference List Style