Privacy in the Workplace
he research paper should demonstrate the full extent of the student's scholarship by virtue of its in-depth and detailed approach to the assigned topic. The paper and abstract are due by Monday, Nov. 18th (5 points will be taken off for each day that it's late). The research paper must be at least eight double-spaced, typed pages in length. You must use at least 4 sources (Wikipedia can not be used as a source) and must cite in paper.
Standards of Style – Research papers must demonstrate accepted forms of quotations, references, and source citations. The library has a number of style guides that will help you to prepare and present research essays—according to current conventions of physical layout and documentation of sources. Two of the more popular guides are the College Style Sheet by Jon Furberg and Richard Hopkins, and the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers by Joseph Gibaldi. Research Papers are worth 20% of final grade & the Grading Criteria is attached
Privacy in the Workplace he research paper should demonstrate the full extent of the student's scholarship by virtue of its in-depth and detailed approach […]
On the Make By David Grazian
a) give an overall description of the book and its research
b) describe with examples the Goffmanesque theoretical perspective, and more broadly on symbolic interactionism. Incorporate key concepts such as impression management, performance (role), stage, audience, team work, interaction strategy and ritual.
c) relate the book to the process of socialization, especially the work of C.H Cooley (The Looking Glass Self) and Mead's theory of role taking.
d) relate aspects of the book to concepts in chapter 2 on culture
e) explain the critical evaluative aspects of grazian's work and those aspects that deal with issues of gender equality (e.g the commodification of women and their objectification by men in the girl 'hunt'), and class inequality.
On the Make By David Grazian a) give an overall description of the book and its researchb) describe with examples the Goffmanesque theoretical perspective, […]
Identify and briefly discuss which countries you consider the current great powers of the world. Give justifications for your choices
Identify and briefly discuss which countries you consider the current great powers of the world. Give justifications for your choices. What are their military and economic capabilities? What are some of their current alliances and treaty obligations? Explain their interactions in terms of your preferred theoretical framework (Realism, Constructivism, etc.). Use the CIA World Factbook and other reputable sources of information for comparison.
The papers should be formatted in MLA style. This means that the paper margins are set at 1 inch on all sides. The font type is either Times New Roman or Arial, 12 point size and it is double spaced. When citing outside sources (either through quotes or paraphrased ideas), you must have parenthetical references within the body of the paper and a Works Cited page at the end. Here is an example of an MLA formatted paper that you can use as a template. Here is the MLA Citation Guide from the library for your Works Cited entries.
The final submission must be at least 1500 words.
Identify and briefly discuss which countries you consider the current great powers of the world. Give justifications for your choices Identify and briefly discuss […]
Sweat by hurston
the assignment: choose one story which in this case is “sweat” write an essay that analyses the text you chose and substantiates that analysis by incorporating and citing published research. remember you are not rehashing the plot or making a series of random observations about the text. you are instead making an argument about that text showing how it works, for instance, or explaining what it purports to mean, prove or accomplish, or demonstrating why its setting is important to its purpose, or tracing the development of one character, or one motif or theme.
the research components: will consist of 2-4 secondary sources in addition to your primary source(the story itself). find as secondary source 2-4 relevant and legitimate published articles, books or essays, either in print or electronic form. these may be academic in nature, but may also include interviews, reviews, etc. note that not all information on the internet is reliable; as a general rule, trust those sites that are associated with a university or some other institution, rather than with just some blogger in a basement. likewise, don't use summaries or abstracts of articles nor any of the critical material in your anthology. find 2-4 outside sources, and document them( as well as the primary source) according to MLA format. you should use your research material to supplement or enhance your own thesis and ideas. also as a general rule, quote selectively and sparingly: do not write a paper that is simply a patchwork of other people's ideas or words. also be sure to incorporate quotations meaningfully and gracefully. finally, please attach photocopies of the sources you've quoted/cited. I just need the title page of each book or article and the pages from which you've quoted.
the paper should have a thesis a statement of purpose, a controlling idea which unifies and is developed in the paper. state your thesis clearly in your paper, and make sure your paper proves/develops it.
the paper should have a thesis, a statement of purpose, a controlling idea which unifies and is developed in the paper.
Sweat by hurston the assignment: choose one story which in this case is “sweat” write an essay that analyses the text you chose and […]
Writing Assignment: History of Latin America to 1825 The Conquest of the Aztecs Answering Some Basic Questions Carefully read The Essential Díaz. It is an abbreviated account of Bernal Díaz del Castillo’s account of the conquest of New Spain. It is both an interesting history of the conquest and a primary historical source on that event because Díaz was personally involved in every step of the process. For your paper, I’d like you to use the book as a source to answer several old but significant questions about the conquest of New Spain (Mexico) Your task: One historian has defined “history” as a “true story;” truthful in its quest for accuracy, but also a good story with characters, a plot, and a point. Using Díaz as your key source (you may also use class notes and your other assigned readings for the class, but you need no further research—in fact I prefer that you not do further research), write a “true story” of the conquest of Mexico that addresses these three questions with good footnoted evidence from Díaz. (You may use Wikipedia or other online sources for fact-checking, but if you use them, be sure they go into your bibliography and are properly cited.) Your paper should be detailed and thoughtful and of 3 to 5 pages. You will be graded on three things: 1) Your “true story”—is it a good story? Is it true? 2) Your evidence—how well did you use evidence from Díaz to tell your story and how well did you use footnotes to show me how you used Díaz as a source; and 3) good writing. Good writing results from a three part process: getting down your ideas, organizing them into a logical and cohesive argument, and getting the mechanics right. Don’t turn in your paper until you have done all three.
Aztecs Writing Assignment: History of Latin America to 1825 The Conquest of the Aztecs Answering Some Basic Questions Carefully read The Essential Díaz. […]