How do we Define “Inequality” in American Society

TOPIC is Chapter 27: How do we Define “Inequality” in American Society?
The website you will use to get the references
https://ezlib.lamission.edu/login?qurl=http%3a%2f%2f207.62.63.50%2fuhtbin%2fcgisirsi.exe%2fx%2fx%2f0%2f57%2f49%3fuser_id%3dLAMCWEB
the id is 886976771 pw 0728

http://www.lamission.edu/library/resources.aspx
plus the quotes from the chapter readings
Your paper is to be 6 to 8 pages long, and include at least 8 resources (4 from the text readings and 4 from the LAMC library website).
These need to be answered and will not count towards the 6 pages!
Get to know your topic. Go to the LAMC library resources that you explored, and research your topic.
In this section, list at least 4 sources that you found on the Mission library website. By taking your sources from the website, you will be pretty sure that the sources are academically sound.
Record your notes (at least 4 items for each source) that you took from each source. Use this format:

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2. What is the rhetorical stance that you want to take and how do you want to represent yourself to your readers?
Remember in an academic argument like this one, you want to represent your argument in a fair fashion, by using solid evidence. Stay away from pathos or emotional arguments and personal experience. Give all sides or views to a problem in a fair manner.

Review your text p. 374 and answer this question:
Do you want to take the stance of
• a reporter
• a critic
• an advocate

3. Now that you have established your claim, organize the content of your paper and submit your outline here.
You may submit a bulleted list of points. Use this format:
Claim:
First topic and evidence:
Second topic and evidene:
Third topic and evidence:
Conclusion or future considerations: