This week, you will complete this draft and turn in your final Personal Essay. Please be sure to read and review the “Example Personal Essay” document before beginning your final draft for more guidance on writing a descriptive essay.Be sure to utilize one of the writing patterns described in Chapter 6. The Personal Essay must be at least 1000 words (excluding the title page). Review the Example Personal Essay.
Your essay must include
•A clear thesis statement in the introductory paragraph.
•Specific details about the person, place, object, or event so that readers can visualize the subject and/or feel present in the story (i.e., your essay should be specific and appeal to the five senses).
•A concluding paragraph.
As you are writing this essay, please pay attention to the areas that you struggled with in the “Grammar Assessment” quiz and “Practice Essay” assignment. Please also incorporate your instructor’s feedback on your journal assignments, your Week Three draft, and other activities completed throughout this course.
When submitting your Personal Essay, make sure to
•Proofread your work for errors in grammar, mechanics, and style.
•Check that the essay is at least 1000 words.
•Use the “APA Template” handout provided to format your essay.
•Include a title page with the following: -Title of paper
-Course name and number
•Begin the essay with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.
•Address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
•End with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.
•Format the essay according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
•Save the document as a Microsoft Word or compatible .doc or .docx file.
•Use a naming convention that includes your last name, week number, and the assignment number (e.g., smith_w5_a1.doc).
The Prison Industrial Complex effects on people Student: Course title and number: Instructor: Date submitted: The Prison Industrial Complex effects on people Correctional officials in the United States today see danger in the overcrowding of jails. Other entities see this as an opportunity. The roughly 2 million prisoners in the United States – most of who are nonviolent criminals – mean windfalls for profiteers and jobs for depressed areas (Mulch, 2012). This descriptive essay provides an exhaustive discussion of how the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC) affects people. The disproportionate arrests and unwarranted long-term incarcerations of largely Latinos, Blacks and Native Americans have resulted in devastating effects not just on individuals, but also on entire communities. However, for many private prisons and companies that are part of the Prison Industrial Complex, prison equals profits and mass imprisonment is actually a good thing for them (Thompson, 2012). The term Prison Industrial Complex is utilized in describing the overlapping interests of industry and government that employ imprisonment, policing and surveillance as solutions to political, social and economic problems. The term is also utilized in attributing the speedy expansion of the pris