22 August 2015

arn about a current not historical political issue or problem
GENERAL PAPER GUIDELINES


Objectives of the Writing Assignment

     Learn about a current not historical political issue or problem

     Develop your Internet and library research skills.

     Evaluate your topic from the perspective of different cultures and viewpoints as well as your own.

     Improve your writing and critical thinking skills.

Topic Selection

You are to choose your own topic that involves American government.  If you have doubts about the topic you selected, please contact the instructor. 

Writing the Bibliography Sheet


     Use the Internet or library to find the sources on your topic from newspapers, journals, or books.

       On a full sheet of paper, type your name, Government 2305, the day & time of your class, and your topic.  Cite at least four (4) sources using MLA (Modern Language Association) guidelines.  Additional sources may be added later.  You may use the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers at the checkout desk of the library or any similar publication to help you write your citations in the correct format.  There are many on-line resources on MLA format that are helpful.

Guidelines for Writing the Paper


     Correct typographical errors by proofreading your final paper.  Use words correctly & eliminate spelling errors by looking up definitions & spellings of words in the dictionary.  Try to eliminate grammatical errors & awkward sentence structures.  Use a variety of sentence patterns & lengths.  Reduce wordiness by not using redundant or irrelevant words in the same sentence, e.g., if you can write a twelve & twenty word sentence expressing the same idea, use the former.  Pay attention to paragraphing & organization by possibly outlining your ideas on paper before writing them in prose.  Superior papers generally must be revised several times.

     Be sure to do your own work.  Your personal effort is better than a polished paper written by someone else.  Dont rely too heavily on the words of the authors.  FAILURE TO DO YOUR OWN WORK IS CONSIDERED PLAGIARISM AND WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF F FOR THE ASSIGNMENT. 


     Cite all sources.  When you borrow ideas, paraphrase, or quote from someone, acknowledges your sources with footnotes.  (Webster's New World Dictionary defines paraphrase as a rewording of the meaning expressed in something spoken or written.)  Follow the MLA guidelines in citing your sources. 

     To improve your grade, confer with me throughout the writing of the paper.  Dont wait until a few days before the writing assignment is due to discuss any problems about it.

Grading Criteria


     ContentIf you have focused on an issue, address the various sides of the issue and conclude in your paper which one or ones are best and why.  If you are writing about a problem, explain the various solutions to the problem and write about which one or ones are best and why based on your research.  Compare and contrast the different viewpoints of American and/or foreign sources on your topic.

     Paper lengtha minimum of 1000 words of text, type-written double spaced.  This excludes headings or any other non-text lines such as title page and work cited page.  Everything else being equal, the longer your paper, the better.

     OrganizationOrganize your ideas by writing from an outline.

     FocusNarrow your topic.  A focused discussion is better than a broad presentation of a topic that does not cover anything very well.

     Writing stylewith few or no typographical errors, misspelled words, and grammatical errors.  Use proper paragraphing and improve your writing style by revising the paper as many times as necessary.

     Citationsanytime you borrow someones ideas, paraphrase or quote them, cite all sources using MLA guidelines.

     Sources At least 4 sources will be used.  Sources such as Wikipedia, about.com or ask.com are not appropriate sources for an academic paper.  The more you cite and use, the better.  You will not be given credit for using sources from your bibliography unless you actually use and cite them in the body of your paper.

     Foreign sources can add depth and interest to your paper.  Next to your citations of foreign sources, specify the country from which the source was taken. 

 

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Components of the Completed Paper


     A typed cover page with your name; Government 2305; day & time of the course, e.g., MWF 8:30-9:20 or TTh 10:00-11:20; & title of your topic.

     The main body of the paper explaining the international significance of the issue, problem, or person.

     MLA citations of sources.

     A bibliography or work cited page

Papers that do not meet the minimum requirement for length, does not use four sources, use MLA format and citations, or fails to provide a work cited page will receive a grade of F.

Submission

 

All papers must be submitted on-line via Blackboard by attaching a file containing your paper and work cited page as a single document.  The file must be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format.  The paper must be submitted twice once in Turn-it-in and once in the second hyper-link.  Failure to turn your paper in on both hyperlinks will give you a grade of no grade. 

 

Late Papers



Papers will NOT be accepted after the due date 


Papers must be submitted through Blackboard.
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arn about a current not historical political issue or problem GENERAL PAPER GUIDELINES Objectives of the Writing Assignment •     Learn about a current not […]


22 August 2015

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

These guidelines can help you identify a research study and distinguish an article that presents the findings of a research study from other types of articles.
·                     A research study must:
§  Ask a research question
§  Identify a research population or group
§  Describe a research method
§  Test or measure something
§  Summarize the results
Research studies are almost always published in peer-reviewed (scholarly) journals. The articles often contain headings similar to these: Literature Review, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion. Articles that review other studies without presenting new research results are not research studies. Examples of article types that are NOT research studies include:
·         literature reviews, editorials, case studies, comments or letters relating to previously-published research studies
WHAT TO LOOK FOR!
·         What is Empirical Research?
o    Empirical means experience or data derived from observation or experiment.
o    Empirical research articles are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
o    Most empirical research articles include the following five components:
§  Introduction and Literature Review
§  Method
§  Results
§  Discussion or Conclusion
§  References
·         Abstract
o    Most scholarly (peer-reviewed, refereed) journal articles are preceded by an ABSTRACT, which gives you a short synopsis of the article’s content.
·         Look for 5
o    Introduction and Literature Review
o    Method
o    Results
o    Conclusion
o    References


·         Introduction and Literature Review
o    This section will provide the need and rationale of this particular research project, state their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis, and will review the literature that supports (or contradicts) their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis.
o    Supporting ideas with other scholarly research Reasons for undertaking research
·         Method
o    This section describes the methodology or research design used to gather the data for the study.
o    Typically a methodology includes:
§  A description of the participants or subjects.
§  A description of the research method, measure, overall research design and/or an approach to data analysis.
·         Results
o    This section describes (through narrative and charts, graphs, tables or other graphical elements) the final findings reached through analysis of the data.
o    This is sometimes called Results or Findings. The results can be qualitative or quantitative.
Examples of Results In a narrative, in a table or in a graph
·         Discussion or Conclusion
o    This section provides a discussion, summary, or conclusion, bringing together the research question, research statement and/or hypothesis and the findings. It is sometimes called Implications.
·         References
o    This section provides a list of cited references. This list references all of the articles cited within the article. Most of these articles would have been referred to (cited) in the Literature Review and Results sections.
CHECKLIST-the below checklist must be completed with two articles submitted as well as the identified area in the article must be highlighted and the original hardcopies must be turned in for full credit for the assignment.
o   Abstract
o   Introduction/Literature Review
o   Methods
o   Results
o   Discussion or Conclusion
o   References

This research assignment consists of two grading components: theory grade (research paper & checklist) and a clinical grade (oral presentation & IP simulation).



22 August 2015,
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Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus These guidelines can help you identify a research study and distinguish an article that presents the findings of a research […]


22 August 2015

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

These guidelines can help you identify a research study and distinguish an article that presents the findings of a research study from other types of articles.
·                     A research study must:
§  Ask a research question
§  Identify a research population or group
§  Describe a research method
§  Test or measure something
§  Summarize the results
Research studies are almost always published in peer-reviewed (scholarly) journals. The articles often contain headings similar to these: Literature Review, Method, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion. Articles that review other studies without presenting new research results are not research studies. Examples of article types that are NOT research studies include:
·         literature reviews, editorials, case studies, comments or letters relating to previously-published research studies
WHAT TO LOOK FOR!
·         What is Empirical Research?
o    Empirical means experience or data derived from observation or experiment.
o    Empirical research articles are published in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
o    Most empirical research articles include the following five components:
§  Introduction and Literature Review
§  Method
§  Results
§  Discussion or Conclusion
§  References
·         Abstract
o    Most scholarly (peer-reviewed, refereed) journal articles are preceded by an ABSTRACT, which gives you a short synopsis of the article’s content.
·         Look for 5
o    Introduction and Literature Review
o    Method
o    Results
o    Conclusion
o    References


·         Introduction and Literature Review
o    This section will provide the need and rationale of this particular research project, state their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis, and will review the literature that supports (or contradicts) their research question, research statement and/or hypothesis.
o    Supporting ideas with other scholarly research Reasons for undertaking research
·         Method
o    This section describes the methodology or research design used to gather the data for the study.
o    Typically a methodology includes:
§  A description of the participants or subjects.
§  A description of the research method, measure, overall research design and/or an approach to data analysis.
·         Results
o    This section describes (through narrative and charts, graphs, tables or other graphical elements) the final findings reached through analysis of the data.
o    This is sometimes called Results or Findings. The results can be qualitative or quantitative.
Examples of Results In a narrative, in a table or in a graph
·         Discussion or Conclusion
o    This section provides a discussion, summary, or conclusion, bringing together the research question, research statement and/or hypothesis and the findings. It is sometimes called Implications.
·         References
o    This section provides a list of cited references. This list references all of the articles cited within the article. Most of these articles would have been referred to (cited) in the Literature Review and Results sections.
CHECKLIST-the below checklist must be completed with two articles submitted as well as the identified area in the article must be highlighted and the original hardcopies must be turned in for full credit for the assignment.
o   Abstract
o   Introduction/Literature Review
o   Methods
o   Results
o   Discussion or Conclusion
o   References

This research assignment consists of two grading components: theory grade (research paper & checklist) and a clinical grade (oral presentation & IP simulation).



22 August 2015,
 0

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus These guidelines can help you identify a research study and distinguish an article that presents the findings of a research […]


22 August 2015

Consumer Research

Overview of the assignment:
You are required to write an individual assignment of no more than 2,000 words (excluding the list of references or bibliography, but includingsupporting material in appendices) which will be in the format of a Proposal to carry out Research in order to address a marketing issue which is currently causing concern to businesses, marketing practitioners, and policy-making in the UK, and which has an impact on sustainability and potentially on the theory of the marketing concept. 


Earlier in 2014, the Institute of Customer Care published the results of their annual assessment of customer service and customer satisfaction in the UK.  The report highlights declining customer satisfaction across sectors, product types, and product categories.  The findings and conclusions of this report confirm similar concerns expressed in the business press and by academics about decreasing satisfaction on the part of UK consumers with the service provided across sectors of the national economy.  In spite of this agreement, though, there is no clear understanding of why this is the case, what should (if anything) be done about this, and what it means for companies, consumers, and the national economy. 

In order to answer the above questions, empirical research needs to be planned and carried out.  You have been tasked, as part of this individual assignment, to write up a proposal for carrying out the empirical research in question. 


In your individual assignment, you should build upon theories in marketing and consumer behaviour (e.g. those on service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers) and explain what new research could be carried out and how it should be carried out, so that marketing practitioners and policy-makers (or consumer protection agencies) can be advised and solutions to this issue could be provided. 
This assignment is your chance to explain how a marketing and consumer behaviour practitioner wishing to research this issue should go about conducting the research (i.e. what type of research should be carried out, how, why such choices – you feel – are appropriate)

Students are allowed to exceed the word count limit by 10% (the + 10% rule therefore applies to this assignment). 





In order to assist you in starting working on the assignment, below are some academic articles and business reports on issues which are related to the specific topic.  You need to read the relevant literature before planning and writing up your Research Proposal. 


Some academic studies of service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers:

Anderson, E., Fornell, C. and Mazvancheryl, S. (2004), “Customer satisfaction and shareholder value”, Journal of Marketing, Vol. 68, pp. 172-85.

Grönroos, C. (2004), “The relationship marketing process”, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Vol. 19, pp. 99-113.

Hodgson, D. (2002), “Know your customer”, Management Decision, Vol. 40, pp. 318-28.

Huang, W. and Dubinsky, A. (2014), “Measuring customer pre-purchase satisfaction in a retail setting”, Services Industries Journal, Vol. 34, pp. 212-29.

Olsen, L. and Johnson, M. (2003), “Service equity, satisfaction, and loyalty”, Journal of Service Research, Vol. 5, pp. 184-95.

Some practitioner analyses of service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers:





Format of the assignment:

There are three main components (sections) to the assignment:

Section 1). Introduction & Overview of the Issue
In this section you will be expected to explain the importance and implications the topic and should summarise some of the literature on this topic, based on your reading academic theories and business reports on service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers.  You should not simply describe such research, but analyse and integrate theories together to help you understand your topic.  In this section, you also need to clearly state the research questions, objectives and (if applicable) the hypotheses that will form the basis for and guide you through your empirical research.  This section is not only the Introduction but also the basis for the research that you are planning to carry out. 


Section 2). Methodology
BEM 3010 is a module on methodology.  Therefore, the methodology section will be the biggest and most important among the sections in your assignment.  In it, you will need to discuss HOW you wish to answer the research questions, objectives (or hypotheses, if applicable) discussed in Section 1. 
You should identify and justify your research design(s) and/or research strategy(ies). 
Next, you will need to discuss (and justify once again) the different methods you wish to employ for collecting and analysing data. 
Information about the sample being used and why you feel this is a good sample should also be included.  
You should also produce and discuss your instrument for data collection (interview guide or sample questionnaire), and cover the analysis techniques that may be useful. 
Research problems, complications, and ethical issues should also be identified, discussed, and solutions to those – provided. 
The key to this section is an appreciation for how you wish to go about your research and why you feel the approach that you have chosen is the best approach. 

Section 3). Conclusion
A short section concluding your assignment is also to be added towards the end.  In this section, you can reiterate the importance of your planned research – i.e. Why is this research needed?  How will it add to our knowledge?  Will it inform marketing practice (and how)?  Are such research and its findings likely to be significant; would they affect practice or policy in this area?  In this section you will also need to reflect on the impact of such practices and your planned research on: sustainability issues, theory of the marketing concept. 


While being critical to your overall argument, it is commonly expected that the first and last parts of the assignment (Sections 1 and 3) will be shorter than the more substantive section of the assignment (Section 2).


It is up to you how you organise the separate sections of your assignments and whether you add visual, supporting material such as tables, figures, photographs.  Please bear in mind that such supporting material is also included in the word count limit
You may decide to clearly mark (or not) each section with sub-headings.  Irrespective of the approach that you take, you will be expected to cover all of the issues / aspects / ingredients of the assignment, as explained above, in this section of the coursework brief. 


Please remember that this assignment is a Research Proposal, i.e. it asks you to only plan a hypothetical piece of research. 

You are not expected to collect any data for this assignment i.e. you are not expected to actually carry out the empirical research that you will be describing in this assignment.  All you need to do is state what you wish to do in terms of carrying out additional research on the chosen topic and why your choices are appropriate. 

22 August 2015,
 0

Consumer Research Overview of the assignment: You are required to write an individual assignment of no more than 2,000 words (excluding the list of […]


22 August 2015

Consumer Research

Overview of the assignment:
You are required to write an individual assignment of no more than 2,000 words (excluding the list of references or bibliography, but includingsupporting material in appendices) which will be in the format of a Proposal to carry out Research in order to address a marketing issue which is currently causing concern to businesses, marketing practitioners, and policy-making in the UK, and which has an impact on sustainability and potentially on the theory of the marketing concept. 


Earlier in 2014, the Institute of Customer Care published the results of their annual assessment of customer service and customer satisfaction in the UK.  The report highlights declining customer satisfaction across sectors, product types, and product categories.  The findings and conclusions of this report confirm similar concerns expressed in the business press and by academics about decreasing satisfaction on the part of UK consumers with the service provided across sectors of the national economy.  In spite of this agreement, though, there is no clear understanding of why this is the case, what should (if anything) be done about this, and what it means for companies, consumers, and the national economy. 

In order to answer the above questions, empirical research needs to be planned and carried out.  You have been tasked, as part of this individual assignment, to write up a proposal for carrying out the empirical research in question. 


In your individual assignment, you should build upon theories in marketing and consumer behaviour (e.g. those on service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers) and explain what new research could be carried out and how it should be carried out, so that marketing practitioners and policy-makers (or consumer protection agencies) can be advised and solutions to this issue could be provided. 
This assignment is your chance to explain how a marketing and consumer behaviour practitioner wishing to research this issue should go about conducting the research (i.e. what type of research should be carried out, how, why such choices – you feel – are appropriate)

Students are allowed to exceed the word count limit by 10% (the + 10% rule therefore applies to this assignment). 





In order to assist you in starting working on the assignment, below are some academic articles and business reports on issues which are related to the specific topic.  You need to read the relevant literature before planning and writing up your Research Proposal. 


Some academic studies of service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers:

Anderson, E., Fornell, C. and Mazvancheryl, S. (2004), “Customer satisfaction and shareholder value”, Journal of Marketing, Vol. 68, pp. 172-85.

Grönroos, C. (2004), “The relationship marketing process”, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Vol. 19, pp. 99-113.

Hodgson, D. (2002), “Know your customer”, Management Decision, Vol. 40, pp. 318-28.

Huang, W. and Dubinsky, A. (2014), “Measuring customer pre-purchase satisfaction in a retail setting”, Services Industries Journal, Vol. 34, pp. 212-29.

Olsen, L. and Johnson, M. (2003), “Service equity, satisfaction, and loyalty”, Journal of Service Research, Vol. 5, pp. 184-95.

Some practitioner analyses of service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers:





Format of the assignment:

There are three main components (sections) to the assignment:

Section 1). Introduction & Overview of the Issue
In this section you will be expected to explain the importance and implications the topic and should summarise some of the literature on this topic, based on your reading academic theories and business reports on service provision, customer satisfaction, and relationships between companies and their customers.  You should not simply describe such research, but analyse and integrate theories together to help you understand your topic.  In this section, you also need to clearly state the research questions, objectives and (if applicable) the hypotheses that will form the basis for and guide you through your empirical research.  This section is not only the Introduction but also the basis for the research that you are planning to carry out. 


Section 2). Methodology
BEM 3010 is a module on methodology.  Therefore, the methodology section will be the biggest and most important among the sections in your assignment.  In it, you will need to discuss HOW you wish to answer the research questions, objectives (or hypotheses, if applicable) discussed in Section 1. 
You should identify and justify your research design(s) and/or research strategy(ies). 
Next, you will need to discuss (and justify once again) the different methods you wish to employ for collecting and analysing data. 
Information about the sample being used and why you feel this is a good sample should also be included.  
You should also produce and discuss your instrument for data collection (interview guide or sample questionnaire), and cover the analysis techniques that may be useful. 
Research problems, complications, and ethical issues should also be identified, discussed, and solutions to those – provided. 
The key to this section is an appreciation for how you wish to go about your research and why you feel the approach that you have chosen is the best approach. 

Section 3). Conclusion
A short section concluding your assignment is also to be added towards the end.  In this section, you can reiterate the importance of your planned research – i.e. Why is this research needed?  How will it add to our knowledge?  Will it inform marketing practice (and how)?  Are such research and its findings likely to be significant; would they affect practice or policy in this area?  In this section you will also need to reflect on the impact of such practices and your planned research on: sustainability issues, theory of the marketing concept. 


While being critical to your overall argument, it is commonly expected that the first and last parts of the assignment (Sections 1 and 3) will be shorter than the more substantive section of the assignment (Section 2).


It is up to you how you organise the separate sections of your assignments and whether you add visual, supporting material such as tables, figures, photographs.  Please bear in mind that such supporting material is also included in the word count limit
You may decide to clearly mark (or not) each section with sub-headings.  Irrespective of the approach that you take, you will be expected to cover all of the issues / aspects / ingredients of the assignment, as explained above, in this section of the coursework brief. 


Please remember that this assignment is a Research Proposal, i.e. it asks you to only plan a hypothetical piece of research. 

You are not expected to collect any data for this assignment i.e. you are not expected to actually carry out the empirical research that you will be describing in this assignment.  All you need to do is state what you wish to do in terms of carrying out additional research on the chosen topic and why your choices are appropriate. 

22 August 2015,
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Consumer Research Overview of the assignment: You are required to write an individual assignment of no more than 2,000 words (excluding the list of […]


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