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ENG 1A (Miller) - Civil Disobedience and the Occupy Wall Street Movement: Home

Civil Disobedience

This guide is designed to help students find resources on the Occupy Wall Street movement (essay 3) and on the ethics of civil disobedience using "hacktivism" and the Occupy movement as examples (essay 4).  You will find suggestions for locating news articles. academic journal articles, videos, and web resources. You will also find information on citing sources in MLA format.

Essay 3: Evaluating Conflicting Accounts

  • Sources: 3 articles: 2 from mainstream news sources, 1 academic essay
  • 1500-1750-word essay

Essay 4: Interrogating the Ethics of Civil Disobedience

  • 3 sources
  • 1750-2000-word essay

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