Istory of asian immagration to the U.S.

I am requesting 9 pages to purchase (8 of text and the 9th for references) THE PAPER SHOULD FOCUS ON THE HISTORY AS WELL AS PRESENT DAY ASIAN MIGRATION TO THE U.S.(historical push/pull factors along with current) The following is an outline of what this paper MUST consist of (Please follow these guidlines)......
Paper Outline
Immigration Debate

Note, however, that a 8-10 page paper (NOT including references) MUST be divided into 3 or 4 subsections that are coherently linked to one another.

Good papers

n Examine one question in-depth.
n Systematically relate theoretical concepts to the case.
n Integrate course material with outside sources
n Do not overgeneralize.
n Are original a show some creative thinking (It helps if you really care about your subject).

Weak papers

n Touch on too many issues in a superficial manner.
n Do not link theoretical ideas to specific case.
n Do not go beyond basic points covered in class.
n Are boring and rote - donat show any creativity or imagination.

Sample Title: Educational Attainment among
Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.

I. Introduction:
Your introduction should (1) grab the readeras attention (why should I care?) and (2) give the reader a very brief summary of what you do in the paper and the conclusion; provide the roadmap on where you are going (i.e.,a?In the next section I ...a? ) . For an 8-10 page paper (Not including refs) it should be no more than 2 pages.

A. Headline a Start-off with something that will grab the reader.
a?Less than half of Mexican immigrant students graduate from high school.

B. Question -Every sociological paper MUST have a question. Tell the reader what it is.
a?What factors contribute to such high rates of dropping out among Mexican immigrant students and what does this tell us about the broader incorporation of Mexican immigrants into U.S. society?

C. Method a Provide a summary of how you address the question in the paper.
a?In this paper I utilize X theory to explain the causes immigrant drop-out rates and its implications for the future of American societya?

D. Finding/Conclusion a Provide a brief summary of your conclusions.
a?In sum, Mexican immigrant drop-out rates are explained by .... In order to address this issue we should ...

II. Literature Review:
This section must draw on the literature (including at least 3 sources from class and 4 outside ACADEMIC sources, NO WIKIPEDIA!!!) to inform the reader of other people have written about the issue. This section should not about your ideas but those of the a?experts.a? Thus every paragraph MUST be referenced.

A. Outline a theoretical perspective

B. Provide a General History of the Issue.

C. What others have concluded about your question.

III. Analysis of a a?Casea?
This section should report the facts of your case, if you have one, in a clear, objective manner. If your issue is immigration law, your case might be the current movement in Florida to criminalize the undocumented. If you or any member of your family is an immigrant (ultimately we all are) the case may be also be your own experience at work, in school, or your family; a survey of your friends, an interview with someone, a particular book or article in a popular magazine or newspaper; a TV show, commercials, a movie, etca¦or some combination of the above. Whatever you do

A. Tell the reader what you did.

B. Tell the reader what you found/learned (Be objective--Just the facts)

IV. Discussion/Conclusion
In this section apply the key concepts developed in your literature review above to INTERPRET your case. I.E., a?If we look at this case from the perspective of _______ we see that ______ a? This is also where you express your own ORIGINAL thoughts (i.e., your informed opinion) about the issue now that you have put all this thought into it.

A. Do your findings fit with what the literature led you to expect? Why or why not?

B. Were the theoretical concepts you used valuable, useless, or somewhere in between?

C. How does your analysis of the case allow you to understand the issue in a new way (A way your parents or grandparents likely would not have considered)?