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Cell Phone: How they have changed us sociallyAnalyzing and Synthesizing Ideas Research Essay Assignment– Introduction: your introduction paragraph should
To write this essay, read chapters 21 and 22 of The ABGW. Then, think of a topic that you
would like to work with and submit a topic proposal. Once you have your topic, start your
research! For this paper, you will need to read and cite from 5 different sources. 3 of your
sources need to be articles from the Mission College library databases (because they have
credible articles that you can rely on); as for the rest of the sources, you are free to choose
where they come from with the exception of the http://en.wikipedia.org/. This source is an
open source website and anyone can write and add information as s/he wishes. You can also
choose a book to cite from but, because you won’t have the time to read the whole book, I
suggest that you choose one chapter, simply cite from that chapter only and consider it as one
source/article. Your essay should be minimum five (5) pages long. Your “Works Cited”
page cannot be one of the five (research essay pages).
A suggested format for the essay is:
o adequately introduce the essay topic,
o provide brief explanation or theory of the topic,
o ideally, provide background information,
o define key terms if necessary,
o have a clear thesis statement at the end of the introduction paragraph;
(the introduction can be more than one paragraph long since this is a longer essay)
– Body: Part 1
o In the first few body paragraphs, you should summarize the articles you have read;
of course, here you can also paraphrase and quote! Because you will have read five
sources for this paper, you will ideally have the first 5 body paragraphs devoted to
summarizing your outside sources, that is, one paragraph of summary for each
article you have read. When you summarize, do not forget to state the title of the
particular article (that you are summarizing) as well as the author name. Then,
continuously use attributive tags inside your summary.
o Note: As you summarize, do not express opinion or do not add anything of your
own to the summary. Do not forget to include in-text citations as you summarize.
– Body: Part 2
o Here, you get to respond to the outside sources you have summarized above; that
is, you can “dedicate” one paragraph to respond to each article you have read. By
responding I mean you should mention critical points from the articles that you
came across, then add what you think and know about the topic from your (or your
friends’) prior experiences. You can also condense your response and simply
respond to two articles in one paragraph, optionally! When you compose your
response paragraphs, do not forget to
o start with topic sentences that relate back to the thesis statement,
o be focused and developed and relate back to the topic sentences,
o have valid and strong supporting details and/or concrete personal examples,
o preferably include concluding sentences,
o again, do not forget to include in-text citations, especially when you quote;
– Conclusion: the conclusion paragraph should conclude the essay by
o reminding the readers of the topic,
o restating the main supporting points,
o and providing a final sentence that concludes the essay!
o you can also attempt to give a solution if relevant in a sentence or two if you have
not done so inside the essay!
– Final page: The last page of your essay should be the “Works Cited” page. You should title
it that way (just like the book exemplifies) and follow all the guidelines as explained in
chapter 22 (refer to page 597 to see an example). Again, the “Works Cited” page cannot
be one of the five pages of your essay.
Two Suggested Frameworks for Organizing Your Essay
(Choose only one!)
Format A Format B
Paragraph #1: Introduction
Paragraph #2: Summary of Article #1
Paragraph #3: Summary of Article #2
Paragraph #4: Summary of Article #3
Paragraph #5: Summary of Article #4
Paragraph #6: Your response to Article#1
Paragraph #7: Your response to Article#2
Paragraph #8: Your response to Article#3
Paragraph #9: Your response to Article#4
Paragraph #10: Conclusion
Cell Phone: How they have changed us sociallyAnalyzing and Synthesizing Ideas Research Essay AssignmentTo write this essay, read chapters 21 and 22 of The […]
Philosophy- business ethics case study
Philosophy- business ethics case studyPAPERS: The papers will be a moral evaluation of cases. It should be double spaced, APA or MLA format acceptable.
It is imperative that you CITE. This is the most important aspect of writing a paper. If you paraphrase from a book or journal article, you need to give me the citation from where you found the idea. If you quote, once again I need a citation. Similarly if you are simply alluding to a particular idea, I need a citation.
I need a Bibliography at the end of the paper. Please use Internet resources as a last resource, and not as a main source of information. The main sources of information should be a) your book, b) books or journal articles related to the topic at hand, c) newspaper or magazine articles, and d) as a last resort, internet resources. I do not want a paper to use primarily and only Internet resources. If the paper only uses Internet resources, it will lead to a decrease in grade.
1) The paper ought to begin first with explaining the case at hand:
a) It has to establish what is being asked of the agent to do
b) Who is affected
c) What is the problem
d) In what ways is this morally problematic
e) What are possible future consequences of acting immorally
2) The paper ought to then provide a brief explanation of the salient features of the case you have decided to write on: is this a Marketing, Advertising, Insider Trading, Employee Responsibility, Accounting Responsibility, etc. issue. Once you have identified what type of issue you are dealing with, then provide any necessary terminology that will be important to understand how this problem ought to be resolved. USE YOUR BOOK! The issues in each case will be particular to a topic or a set of topics that we have already discussed. All students will be involved here.
3) Each paper must have at least one solution from each student in the group except for the student who is writing the introduction and the setting up of the problem. The other students must write how the reasoned to the solution. At the end of each solution they are to write their name. Then the group must come to a consensus to what they think the morally permissible action should be.
You have to really think about what needs to be stated carefully and to the point. Please no at length quotes. Turn in class, HARD COPY ONLY.
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Report and Presentation: Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and Succession
Report and Presentation: Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and Succession
Required Elements to include in the Report:
Identify within the scenario the information necessary to complete the template.
Once completed, the student must analyze the findings to determine which strategy aligns best with the owner’s goals for succession planning and sustainability.
The student must also address the role of innovation in achieving the owner’s goals.
Required Formatting of Report:
The student will present his/her findings in a two- to three-page report, not including the title page, references, or the template (which must be attached to the report as an exhibit);
Title page with your name, the course name, the date, and instructor’s name;
Include references including reference other than the textbook;
This paper is to be written in the third person. There should be no words in the paper such as “I and we;”
Use APA formatting for in-text citations and reference page. You are expected to paraphrase and not use quotes. Deductions will be taken when quotes are used and found to be unnecessary;
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Compare and contrast the development of the styles of two jazz artists
Compare and contrast the development of the styles of two jazz artistsPaper instructions:
Compare and contrast the development of the styles of two jazz artists: Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday including bibliography.
Gioia, T. (1997) The History of Jaz. OUP
Shipton, A. (2007) A new history of Jazz: revised and updated edition. London:Continuum.
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