The Impact of British Colonization on Nigeria
During my research paper, I have chosen to discuss the “Impact of British Colonization on Nigeria” and how it impacted the economic growth of the country. I hope to further examine the positive and negative effects that colonization has on the Nigerians.
Research Paper: Required Resource List To Use
Falola, T., Heaton, M. M. (20080424). A History of Nigeria [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Retrieved from vbk://9781139931366
Archibong, B. (2018). Historical origins of persistent inequality in Nigeria. Oxford Development Studies, 46(3), 325347. https://doi-org.proxy.ccis.edu/10.1080/13600818.2017.1416072
Falola, T. (2009). Colonialism and violence in Nigeria. Indiana University Press.
Mahmood, R., Khan, S., & Zafar, K. (2019). Restoration, Hybridization and Cultural Transformation of Africa during British Colonization. New Horizons (1992-4399), 13(1), 5162.
Duke II, J. (2010). The Impact of Colonialism on the Development of Management in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Management, 5(8), 65-75.
The final draft must consider the controversial issue approved by the professor in the initial threads of the discussions concerning your paper topic and must identify at least five (5) examples of primary and secondary sources related to the topic. At least two (2) of these should be primary sources. It should be six (6) pages long and the typed text should be circumscribed by one-inch margins, making each double-spaced page approximately 250 words and 25-27 lines with a standard type 12-point font. Cover page and bibliography do not count towards page totals. Final draft must consult a number of additional secondary sources that help to develop the thesis. Final draft must incorporate an introduction, body, and conclusion, each of which must be organized into paragraphs. Each paragraph should consist of approximately eight (8) sentences and develop a single topic. You must clarify premises using coherent diction and elaborate your major points with a degree of specificity. Avoid spelling errors, awkward language, improper grammar, flawed punctuation, and other technical mistakes. Use a documentation style guide consistently and correctly; see the Chicago/MLA/APA style links available on the Course Home page for examples. The final draft must include a bibliography, with primary and secondary sources listed separately. It must meet the deadlines for drafts and revisions according to the Schedule of Due Dates table. The research paper will have originality check turned on to check for plagiarism.