Each student will complete a two-part project, consisting of a class presentation and a research paper. This project will give you a chance to apply the theories and concepts that you have learned in this class. You will present your research to the class during the final weeks of the course.
Topics must be approved by the instructor. Below are the general guidelines for your paper and presentation; more specific details will be discussed in class.
Part of today's class-time will be identifying resources and locating potentially qualifying articles for your assignment. This activity should get you well on your way to being prepared for the overall project.
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These programs allow you to electronically format your sources and create a bibliography that can be downloaded directly into your paper.