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Discuss and analyze the dynamics associated with the work of all writers listed under each topic into an integrative and wholistic paper

LeGates, Part 1, Introduction (pp. 13-18)
Aristotle, Politics (pp.249-258)
Kitto, The Polis (pp. 39-44)
**Polo / Battuta/ Diaz (pp. 42-47)
**THREE DIFFERENT ARTICLES WRITTEN BY THREE DIFFERENT WRITERS; THEY HEADINGS ARE BOLDED WITH THEIR NAME* I have also put their name in purple on the left side as you scroll through the pdf called “First Person Accounts”
*NOTE*: The reading file by the name of “First Person Accounts” is established upon three writers with subheadings in bold. Each subheading has the three different authors have different years such as 1266, 1354, and 1521.

BE SURE TO INTEGRATE MATERIAL FROM CLASS LECTURES AND COURSE READINGS, and make use of proper APA in-text and reference page citation formats.  Be clear and specific in your writing, analysis, and discussion.  Analysis, discussion, and application are essential requirements for the paper.

**DO NOT USE OUTSIDE/INTERNET RESOURCES OTHER THAN READING MATERIAL PDFs ATTACHED TO WRITE PAPER**

*ALSO, INCLUDE LECTURE NOTES(ATTACHED)  WITHIN ESSAY PAPER*

(NOTE: AT LEAST 5 REFERENCES ARE REQUIRED, DRAWN FROM LECTURES
AND READINGS.  INTERNET REFERENCES ARE NOT
ACCEPTABLE,

all quotes more than three lines must be indented and single-spaced;
    f.  a complete Work Cited (bibliography) is required of all papers (exclusive of the
              with proper APA style bibliographic (reference) format;
    g.  papers must integrate material from lectures;
    h.  papers must integrate material from course readings;
i.  papers must demonstrate research evidence

**WHEN CITING FROM READINGS, PLEASE INCLUDE PAGE NUMBER OF WHERE THE INFORMATION IS RETAINED**

Citation Formats for Lectures and Texts (FORMAT BELOW)

In-text citation format for lectures

(Kardaras, 2021a)–refers to the first notation below
(Kardaras, 2021b)–refers to the second notation below
(Kardaras, 2021c)–refers to the third notation below
(Kardaras, 2021d)–refers to the fourth notation below

Reference page format for citing the lectures used in the writing of the paper

Kardaras, B. (2021a). Social-historical foundations of cities.  January 13.
Kardaras, B. (2021b). Cities in the past.  January 27.
Kardaras, B. (2021c). First person accounts of cities.  February 3.
Kardaras, B. (2021d). Urbanism as a way of existence.  February 17.

In-text citation format for a direct quote
(LeGates and Stout, 2016, p. 14)

In-text citation format paraphrasing a single author
(Kitto, 2016)

In-text citation format with multiple separate authors (use a semi-colon to separate multiple citations)
    (LeGates and Stout, 2016; Kardaras, 2021b; Polo, 2016)

This citation is presented as follows on the (References) page, APA format
Note: References page must be in alphabetical order

*NOTE*: The reading file by the name of “First Person Accounts” is established upon three writers with subheadings in bold. Each subheading has the three different authors have different years such as 1266, 1354, and 1521.


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