A Scholarly Review of the NAACP Web Site
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This paper provides an overview and review of a professional web site administered and sponsored by the National Organization for the Advancement of Colored People. The paper looks at the objective of the site, the source of its funding, its discussion of criminal issues, its links to other sites (if such do in fact exist) and its user friendliness. The paper ultimately concludes that, while the official web site could perhaps be bolstered by links to other organizations offering comparable or complementary services to the black community, it nonetheless is easily navigable and delivers its message effectively.
From the Paper:"The following three-page paper will briefly review the official web site of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The paper will look at the purpose/objective of the site as well as at the source of funding for the site (at least to the extent possible). The paper will likewise discuss the criminal justice issues given "play" on the web site in addition to discussing the navigability of the site. Not to be overlooked, some time will be devoted to looking at the relevant links found on the site (assuming, of course, that such links are actually present). "
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