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    The NHS – Past, Present and Future

    The NHS – Past, Present and Future

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    strictly Follow the intructions in the brief uploaded

    Professional Practice- Assignment

    Learning outcomes:
    •    1 – Understand how his/her own experience of the health sector has influenced his/her attitudes to health now
    •    2 – Demonstrate some knowledge of the origins and development of the Health Service in the UK
    •    3 – investigate alternatives to the Health Service in the UK

    Assignment brief:
    This assignment will be structured in report style using a title, headings and subtitles where necessary.
    The topic : The NHS – Past, Present and Future and will cover the following elements
    All these elements listed below needs to be discussed regarding the NHS and this report has to be written in the first person (i). This report is about your own views about the NHS past, present and future
    Assignment Structure
    ?    The origins of the NHS, why it was necessary to implement it, the conditions faced by the general public prior to its creation and the factors leading to the implementation of the NHS.
    o    Consider the Beveridge report
    o    The impact of the 2nd world war on health
    o    The opposition to the NHS and the reasons for this

    ?    Current pressures faced by the NHS
    o    Include current events in the news
    o    Consider the issues which are resulting in services being inadequate
    o    Your experience of the Health Care Service as a professional and a patient

    ?    Alternatives to the NHS
    o    Private health care
    o    Complementary Therapies

    ?    The future for the NHS
    o    Your recommendations  based on possible options for the NHS to consider  in order to continue
    o    Privatisation
    o    Business and entrepreneurial investment
    o    Means tested banding of services

    ?    Conclusion

    ?    References
    o    Secondary Research

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    Cooperate Social responsibility

    Cooperate Social responsibility

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    are to write a report of 2500 words on an example of “Best Practices” in CSR. Examine one CSR issue using 3 different companies as examples, explaining how and why they use CSR.

    My initiative is internationally and under this initiative The issue I would like to focus on is child labour and human rights.

    Please help me to choose 3 companies which are practicing CSR in child labour and human rights
    The report should include the following:
    ? Define CSR.
    ? Use different theories such as stakeholders, Carroll’s four-part model to critically evaluate the good practices of the Tourism industry.
    ? Critical analysis of a 21st century organisation’s approach to employment or environmental practices associated with impact on the environment and meeting the challenges to sustainable development.
    ? Positive and negative impact of CSR
    ? This report must be critical

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    “A World of Ideas”

    “A World of Ideas”

    Write a response essay according to a reading from the book called “A World of Ideas” (9th edition) pages between 219-235 (Niccolo Machiavelli- The qualities of the Prince).SHORT ESSAYS
    Starting with the February 23 reading assignment (Gardner), all students must
    write a short essay in response to the assigned readings. Starting February 25, one short
    essay will be due in class every Wednesday (no email submissions) for the next ten
    Wednesdays as indicated on the class schedule.
    Each short essay should be no longer than one page (about 250 – 300 words).
    Each short essay should contain the following:
    1. A statement of the thesis of the assigned reading in about 25 words or less.
    2. A summary of about 100 words explaining the most important argument(s) in the
    assigned reading that supports the thesis.
    3. Express your personal reaction in about 50 to 100 words that discusses the
    truthfulness and clarity of the thesis and the important supporting arguments.
    All short essays must be typed and double-spaced on 8 1/2 x 11 white paper with
    one-inch margins. Use 12 point Times New Roman font only.
    Give your essay a title. Please put your name in the upper left hand corner of
    your paper. Do NOT put the date, my name, the course title, or the section number, etc.,
    on your paper.
    The first time you submit a short essay that uses the wrong font or has other
    formatting issues, it will be returned for you to resubmit using the correct font and/or
    formatting. Resubmits must be turned in by the last regular day of class (Monday, June
    8). Subsequent short essays submitted using the wrong font or formatting will have 1 – 5
    points deducted from the score for that short essay.
    Each short essay is worth 25 points. Ten short essays are assigned, for a total of
    250 possible points.
    Late short essays are not accepted and will receive a zero.

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    Marketing Communications Strategy

    Marketing Communications  Strategy

    Assignment: Marketing Communications Strategy (100% of module mark)

    You are required to write an academic paper concerning key aspects of marketing communications strategy. This paper will inform the reader of key topics, concepts, theories, models, strengths, and limitations relating the scope and content of marketing communications strategy. The paper needs to address five key areas:

    •    Provide a reflection concerning how you have improved this submission. Include direction for the reader in terms of page numbers and content to highlight significant changes

    •    Advise what a contextual analysis would need to undertake for an organisation of your choice using appropriate concepts, methods and tools (do not actually carry out a contextual analysis – discuss the topic).

    •    Discuss the marketing communications strategy process and stages that could be helpful for use in an organisation of your choice (Again, discuss)

    •    Construct a marketing communications strategy for an organisations of your choice (this should not exceed 3 sides of A4 and should be placed in the appendices. This appendices will be marked)

    •    Discuss how the effectiveness of marketing communications strategy can be measured. Very brief examples should be provided to illuminate your interpretation of the theory.

    Additional Requirements:

    •    Your discussion should attempt to address the assignment criteria as detailed over-leaf

    •    Your work should be dominated by narratives relating to marketing communications strategy theory. Too many organisational examples will detract from the purpose of the assignment.

    •    You work should demonstrate wide and varied citation support

    •    All sources used must be accurately referenced using the Harvard method.

    •    Your work must be well written and presented to a professional standard
    using an academic paper format

    •    Your work must be submitted as single A4 sheets stapled in the top left hand corner.

    FEEDBACK

    Date generic feedback will be available:
    2 working weeks after submission date
    How generic feedback will be returned to you:    Via MyBeckett
    Date provisional mark will be available
    4 working weeks after submission date
    How provisional marks will be returned to you:    Via MyBeckett
    Date individual feedback will available
    After the assessment board has met: date to be confirmed
    How individual feedback will be returned to you:    Available from marketing Administration (to be collected in person) 2 weeks after assessment board has met. Date to be confirmed.

    Categories
    Grade    Relevance    Knowledge    Analysis    Argument and Structure    Critical Evaluation    Presentation    Reference to Literature
    Pass    86 – 100%    The work examined is exemplary and provides clear evidence of a complete grasp of the knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the level of the qualification. There is also ample excellent evidence showing that all the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that level are fully satisfied. At this level it is expected that the work will be exemplary in all the categories cited above. It will demonstrate a particularly compelling evaluation, originality, and elegance of argument, interpretation or discourse.
    76-85%    The work examined is outstanding and demonstrates comprehensive knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the Level of the qualification. There is also
    excellent evidence showing that all the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that level are fully satisfied. At this level it is expected that the work will be
    outstanding in the majority of the categories cited above or by demonstrating particularly compelling evaluation and elegance of argument, interpretation or discourse.

    70 – 75%    The work examined is excellent and is evidence of comprehensive knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the Level of the qualification. There is also
    excellent evidence showing that all the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that level are satisfied At this level it is expected that the work will be
    excellent in the majority of the categories cited above or by demonstrating particularly compelling evaluation and elegance of argument, interpretation or discourse.

    60 – 69%    Directly relevant to
    the requirements
    of the assessment    A substantial knowledge of marketing communications  strategy and showing a clear grasp of themes, questions and
    issues therein    A good analysis, clear and orderly    Generally coherent and logically structured, using an appropriate mode of argument and/or
    theoretical mode(s)    May contain some distinctive or independent thinking; may begin to
    formulate an independent position in relation to strategic theory
    and/or practice.    Well written, with standard spelling and grammar, in a readable style with acceptable format    Critical appraisal of up to date
    and/or appropriate literature. Recognition of different perspectives.
    Very good use of source material. Uses a range of sources

    50 – 59%    Some attempt to address the requirements of
    the assessment:
    may drift away
    from this in less
    focused passages    Adequate knowledge of a fair range of relevant marketing communications strategy with intermittent evidence of an appreciation of its
    significance    Some analytical treatment, but may be prone to description, or to narrative, which
    lacks clear analytical
    purpose    Some attempt to construct a coherent argument, but may suffer loss of focus and consistency, with issues at stake stated only
    vaguely, or theoretical mode(s) couched in simplistic terms    Sound work which expresses a coherent position only in broad terms and in uncritical
    conformity to one or more standard views of strategy.    Competently written, with only minor lapses from
    standard grammar, with acceptable format    Uses a variety of literature which includes some recent strategic texts and/or appropriate literature, though not necessarily including a substantive amount beyond library
    texts. Competent use of source material.
    40 – 49%    Some correlation with the requirements of the assessment but there are
    instances of irrelevance    Basic understanding of
    Marketing communications strategy  but addressing a limited range of material    Largely descriptive or
    narrative, with little evidence of analysis    A basic argument is evident, but mainly supported by assertion
    and there may be a lack of clarity and coherence    Some evidence of a view starting to be formed but mainly derivative.    A simple basic style but with significant  deficiencies in expression or format that may pose obstacles for the reader    Some up to date and/or appropriate literature used. Goes beyond the material tutor has provided. Limited use of sources to support a point.
    Fail    35 – 39%    Relevance to the requirements of the assessment may be very
    intermittent, and may be reduced to its vaguest and least challenging
    terms    A limited understanding of a narrow range of marketing communications.    Heavy dependence on
    description, and/or on
    paraphrase, is common    Little evidence of coherent argument: lacks development and may be repetitive or thin    Almost wholly derivative: the writer’s contribution rarely goes beyond simplifying paraphrase    Numerous deficiencies in
    expression and presentation; the writer may achieve clarity (if at all) only by using a simplistic or repetitious style    Barely adequate use of literature. Over reliance on material provided by the tutor.
    The evidence provided shows that the majority of the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that Level are satisfied – for compensation consideration.
    30 – 34%
    The work examined provides insufficient evidence of the knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the Level of the qualification. The evidence provided shows that some of the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that Level are satisfied. The work will be weak in some of the indicators.
    15-29%    The work examined is unacceptable and provides little evidence of the knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the Level of the qualification. The evidence shows that few of the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that Level are satisfied. The work will be weak in several of the indicators.
    0-14%    The work examined is unacceptable and provides almost no evidence of the knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to the Level of the qualification. The evidence fails to show that any of the learning outcomes and responsibilities appropriate to that Level are satisfied. The work will be weak in the majority or all of the indicators.

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    Rites of Passage

    Rites of Passage

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    In the Final Research Paper, you will examine your own culture from an etic (outsider’s) perspective and another culture from an emic (insider’s) perspective to demonstrate your understanding of cultural relativism and examine misconceptions and ethnocentric beliefs concerning each of these cultures.

    Your Final Research Paper will consist of two main parts. See the flow chart for a quick overview of the assignment.

    Focus of the Final Research Paper
    In the Final Research Paper, you will demonstrate a culturally relativistic perspective, in order to understand why different groups of people do what they do, without expressing a positive or negative opinion of their cultural practices.

    Cultural relativism is the idea that the beliefs and practices of a culture should be understood within the context of that particular culture’s background, history, and current events surrounding it. We should not ethnocentrically impose our own beliefs and opinions, which are products of our own enculturation.

    Cultural relativism is not the same as moral relativism, however. As Crapo (2013) notes

    We need not, for instance, come to value infanticide in order to understand the roles it may play in peoples’ lives in a society where it is customary. What cultural relativism requires of us is simply that we do not confuse our own feelings about such a custom with understanding it. To do the latter, we must investigate the meanings the custom has for those who practice it and the functions it may fulfill in their society. (section 1.4, “Cultural Differences: Cultural Relativism,” para. 3)

    Keep the distinction between cultural relativism and moral relativism in mind as you write your final paper. Even if you do not personally agree with a cultural practice, demonstrate your understanding of the practice in its cultural context. Avoid opinionated or judgmental language in your paper.

    Introduction
    Begin with an introductory paragraph that has a thesis statement at the end. The introduction should set up your topic, giving a preview and summary of the analysis you will present in the body of the paper. The thesis statement is the last sentence or two of the introduction and states what the main point structuring your paper will be.

    Final Research Paper
    In the Final Research Paper, you will examine your own culture from an etic (outsider’s) perspective and another culture from an emic (insider’s) perspective to demonstrate your understanding of cultural relativism and examine misconceptions and ethnocentric beliefs concerning each of these cultures.

    Your Final Research Paper will consist of two main parts. See the flow chart for a quick overview of the assignment.

    Focus of the Final Research Paper
    In the Final Research Paper, you will demonstrate a culturally relativistic perspective, in order to understand why different groups of people do what they do, without expressing a positive or negative opinion of their cultural practices.

    Cultural relativism is the idea that the beliefs and practices of a culture should be understood within the context of that particular culture’s background, history, and current events surrounding it. We should not ethnocentrically impose our own beliefs and opinions, which are products of our own enculturation.

    Cultural relativism is not the same as moral relativism, however. As Crapo (2013) notes

    We need not, for instance, come to value infanticide in order to understand the roles it may play in peoples’ lives in a society where it is customary. What cultural relativism requires of us is simply that we do not confuse our own feelings about such a custom with understanding it. To do the latter, we must investigate the meanings the custom has for those who practice it and the functions it may fulfill in their society. (section 1.4, “Cultural Differences: Cultural Relativism,” para. 3)

    Keep the distinction between cultural relativism and moral relativism in mind as you write your final paper. Even if you do not personally agree with a cultural practice, demonstrate your understanding of the practice in its cultural context. Avoid opinionated or judgmental language in your paper.

    Introduction
    Begin with an introductory paragraph that has a thesis statement at the end. The introduction should set up your topic, giving a preview and summary of the analysis you will present in the body of the paper. The thesis statement is the last sentence or two of the introduction and states what the main point structuring your paper will be.
    Helpful Tips – Click to expand
    • The introduction should be one paragraph.

    • Explain the scope of your paper and set up the topics you will cover. Everything covered in your paper should relate back to the introduction/thesis statement.

    • Draw from what you learned in the Week Two thesis statement identification assignment to help you craft your own thesis statement.

    • Review your instructor’s feedback on your thesis statement from your Week Three “Summarize Your Sources for the Final Research Paper” assignment.

    • See resources from the Ashford Writing Center on Moving from Prompt to Thesis and Introductions and Conclusions.

    Part I
    Using the Miner (1956) article and the feedback you received from your instructor on your “Summarize Your Sources for the Final Research Paper” assignment in Week Three as a guide, describe one aspect of your own culture from an etic perspective. See the appropriate sections in the textbook, based on your chosen topic from Week Three, for information on how to approach your paper from an anthropological perspective. You can describe American culture in general, as Miner does, or you can describe an American subculture, such as a specific geographical group (e.g., New Yorkers), a particular ethnicity (e.g., African Americans), or an age-related category of Americans (e.g., millennials).
    Use reputable statistics and/or scholarly research to support any factual statements. Do not rely solely on personal experience or opinion. Here is an example of how to properly support your statements.

    Potential sources you can use to support your analysis are listed below. You can also conduct your own research to find other sources.

    United States Census Bureau (http://www.census.gov/)
    Gallup (http://www.gallup.com/home.aspx)
    Pew Research Center (http://www.pewresearch.org/)

    • This section should be two to two and a half pages long.

    • Demonstrate a culturally relativistic perspective throughout this section. Do not use opinionated or judgmental language.

    • Use the article by Miner to guide your own description. How would an anthropologist describe the topic you’ve chosen?

    • Use reliable sources to support your analysis. Review the Evaluating Scholarly Sources tutorial from the Ashford Library.

    • Include an in-text citation every time you include information you learned from one of your sources.

    Part II
    Refer to the article(Tsuji, Y. (2011). Rites of passage to death and afterlife in Japan. Generations, 35(3), 28-33. Retrieved
    from the EBSCOhost database.) you chose for Part II of the “Summarize Your Sources for the Final Research Paper” assignment in Week Three and describe an aspect of another culture from an emic (insider’s) perspective. You do not have to do research beyond reading your chosen article; however, if you do choose to conduct additional research make sure to use reputable statistics and/or scholarly sources to support any factual statements. Do not rely solely upon personal experience or opinion.

    • In this article, Tsuji discusses Japanese rites of passage to death and the afterlife in Japan. In
    contrast to American society, where old death is not marked by many a rites of passage, Japanese
    elders enjoy a number of rituals throughout their old age and even after their deaths.
    The Final Research Paper
    Must be five to six double-spaced pages in length (excluding title page and references page, meaning it will be seven to eight pages total), and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (see the APA Essay Checklist for Students).
    Must include a title page with the following:
    Title of paper
    Student’s name
    Course name and number
    Instructor’s name
    Date submitted
    Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.
    Must have well-structured body paragraphs with clear transitions from one topic to the next. Incorporate in-text citations from your scholarly sources to support your analysis throughout the paper.
    Must describe an aspect of your own culture from an etic perspective for Part I.
    Must describe an aspect of another culture from an emic perspective for Part II.
    Must demonstrate a perspective of cultural relativism throughout, avoiding judgmental and opinionated language.
    Must end with a conclusion that that reinforces the thesis and provides a self-reflexive analysis.
    Must use at least one scholarly resources in addition to the textbook, the Miner article, and the article chosen from the list in Part II of the Week Three assignment.
    Must document all sources in APA style in the body of the paper and on the references page as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
    Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

    In this class, you have three tutoring services available: Paper Review, Live Chat, and Tutor E-mail. Click on the Writing Center (AWC) tab in the left-navigation menu to learn more about these tutoring options and how to get help with your writing.

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    Exploring Current Trends in Leadership

    Exploring Current Trends in Leadership

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    you will research and locate your own article on leadership ethics. You will discuss the article and attach them in the discussion window for your peers to access. Using the knowledge received in this course, you will critically evaluate the article and give an objective critique. Your critique should include what type of leadership ethics this article discusses, examples it gives, and how it added to the body of knowledge you have accumulated so far in this course. Discuss how it further explains or clarifies principles from this course and how they can be incorporated into making strong leaders today.

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    QUANTITATIVE CRITIQUE

    QUANTITATIVE CRITIQUE

    use the below Quantitative Critique Completion Form to complete your critique of quantitative research. Type in your responses under EACH section. If your opinion is that the research article does not address or infer an answer to a particular section, then you must so state and JUSTIFY your statement.
    IMPORTANT:
    •    Do not leave any section blank!
    •    Do not provide a “yes” or “no” answer without an explanation. You must justify all your responses.
    •    You must submit the full article in PDF form. Critiques submitted without the PDF will not be accepted.
    •    Save your file as YourName_QuantitativeCritique.doc and upload to the unit Dropbox.

    PROBLEM:
    What is the problem the study was conducted to research?

    Why is the problem an important one for nursing to research?

    STUDY PURPOSE
    What is the purpose of the study?

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    Montessori asserted, “There is a plan to which the whole universe is subject.” 1 (Maria Montessori, What you should know about your Child, Clio press, Oxford, 1989,p.82.

    Montessori asserted, “There is a plan to which the whole universe is subject.” 1 (Maria Montessori, What you should know about your Child, Clio press, Oxford, 1989,p.82.

    Order Description

    Examine how Montessori’s understanding of the concept of cosmic plan underpins the organisation and implementation of her cosmic approach to education, designed to meet the needs of the primary age range. word limit 2500 words .
    include a bibliography of at least 15 titles that have informed your thinking on the topic. make sure to reference thoughts and ideas as well as short quotations.Include specific examples drawn from your own practical experience with children to support points you make whenever possible. the 2500 words is the length of the essay it does not include the bibliography.

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    ogs – Companion Animal

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    The Research Project

    This quarter you will complete a research project. How does one begin such a project, and what are the possible topics one might choose? According to, Ken Macrorie, an English Professor at the University of New Mexico, one way to begin is to allow something to choose you, such as a topic that you are already interested in and want to know about. Perhaps your topic will be about something you wish to better understand. Maybe it’s an artist or a jazz singer that you want to know more about. Maybe it’s a time in history, or information on an occupation or a technical school or college that is best for your career goals and needs, or perhaps it is a place in the United States or in a foreign country that you are interested in learning more about historically and geographically. These are only a few suggestions. The important thing for you to understand is that you are being asked to investigate something that interests you, something that might make a difference in your life, something that will be meaningful to you and provide you with the information necessary to better understand the topic and take whatever action is necessary, such as apply for a new job, apply to the college of your choice, interview a specialist in your area of interest.

    Walk around for a couple days letting yourself think of possible topics, possible interests that might become topics, or a “thing” that you have always wanted to investigate. At night when you’re beginning to slide off into sleep, and in the morning when you’re coming out of sleep, let your mind “receive” possible topics. Keep a note pad and pencil beside your bed. Scientists have discovered that these periods are the most productive for developing your ideas. It is a time when one idea leads to another, and the connections between them are solid and real. Don’t be satisfied with something you can do that seems proper for school. You’re in command here, and there must be a payoff for you, so be creative!

    One thing to remember is that we have used several rhetorical devises this quarter to write our papers. Now is a time for you to decide which rhetorical devise will work best for you. Will it be narrative? Will it be informative? Will it be argumentative? The choice is yours, you may use a combination of rhetorical devises. Just remember that you may use third person point of view (POV), he/she/it, or first person POV, I/me/we, but avoid (like the plague!) second person POV, you/your!

    Use the Hacker A Writer’s Reference or whatever writer’s handbook you own to help guide you through the research process. The Hacker has a black tab marked “Researching” that provides an entire chapter on the research process. It also has white tabs for “MLA” or “APA” style formatting. You will find models of how to cite sources in-text and in your bib in these chapters and online at the Green River Community College Holman Library homepage.

    How to Begin

    We will follow the following steps to complete this project:

    Develop a topic and post it on the DB. This will be your Research Proposal. Tell your classmates how you became interested in the topic, and ask them if they can help you with tips on finding more information: i.e., names, addresses, and phone numbers of experts, or organizations that might help you further your search.

    Consult both firsthand sources (people who talk to you about what they’re doing, or objects and events you observe on your own) and secondhand sources (books, magazines, newspapers, the internet, or people who tell you about what others have done). Remember that experts are persons who know a lot about something. They need not hold an official position or be a certain age.

    You might also want to conduct a survey of your peers. Develop a questionnaire and poll enough people to formulate a quasi-educated result from your data. To do this type of research, you must be very organized, and you must begin early in the Research process!

    Another option is to interview an expert in the field you are researching, but before you conduct an interview, think about the best way to approach the person. Perhaps it is through another person who knows him or her. Perhaps you can contact the person directly, by phone, email, or letter. Find out what his or her schedules are, and when a good time to meet or call would be. Find out if you need an introduction of some sort.

    Do some preliminary research on your topic before you approach an authority on that subject. Professionals in the field are usually busy, so be thoroughly prepared with a list of questions when you do approach them. Often they enjoy helping others because they get a chance to talk about what they love.

    Ask them where you might look for information and advice on your topic, and add these other resources to your research material, or use that material in place of an interview that couldn’t happen because of time conflicts.

    As you write your paper, synthesize your sources to support your ideas. You will need a minimum of 4 sources, 4 cited in-text, using MLA formatting and a “Works Cited” page. This paper requires a minimum of 4 pages and a max of 7.

    Research Written Proposal Guidelines

    In your written proposal please address the following questions in a short paragraph or two. Do not list the answers 1, 2, 3, etc. and do not just fill out this form and post it. Create a paragraph or two that answers the following questions.

    1) What is your research question? Why are you interested in this topic?

    2) How will you find the answers to your research question?

    3) What resources will you use? Try to use at least three types of sources, such as books, journals, database articles, personal interviews, and Internet sources.

    4) What do you hope to discover or learn?

    5) How will this knowledge improve our life and create a deeper meaning in the cosmos for you and all your relations?

    Paper Form

    We will use MLA or APA formatting for this paper. Let me know in your heading which you will use: Research Paper (APA).
    All margins are one inch.
    The pages are numbered as headers with your last name then the number one-half inch from the top margin (Adams 2).
    Begin numbers on the second page.
    Do not use a cover sheet.
    Start your paper with a header that includes your name, the course, the date, and the assignment.
    Center your title, and double-space your paper throughout.
    See your writer’s reference pages for more specific information on in-text citations and formatting the Works Cited page.

    Organizing Your Paper

    A good way to organize your Research paper is simply to tell the story of what you did in your search, in the order in which everything happened. If you wish, you can divide your paper into four parts, like this:

    What I knew (and didn’t know about my topic when I started out).
    Why I’m writing this paper. (Here’s where a real need should show up: the writer demonstrates that the search may make a difference in his/her life.)
    The search (story of the hunt).
    What I learned or didn’t learn. A search that failed can be as exciting and valuable as one that succeeded.

    Use the following outline as a guide if you have trouble getting started with the drafting process, but do not feel that you must use it.

    RESEARCH PAPER OUTLINE

    This is just a suggestion to help you start the writing process. You don’t need to follow this format, but if you are having a hard time getting started, begin answering the questions, and you will find yourself writing the paper! Again this is a tool to help you begin writing, but not an outline that I expect you to follow rigidly.

    A)

    1. Where did you begin?

    2. What was your initial question?

    3. What did you already know?

    4. What did you want to find out?

    5. Why was the question important to you?

    B)

    6. What did you find out?

    7. What was your plan?

    8. How did you gather information?

    9. How did you use the information?

    10. What did you find out?

    C)

    11. What do you know now?

    12. What surprised you about what you learned?

    13. How did your understanding of the topic change?

    14. Where are you now with your understanding of the topic?

    (What do you now know?)

    15. What new questions do you have?

    Your language and style should belong to you, so use first person or third person, or a combination of both. Just don’t use second person!

    4 page minimum/7 page maximum

    4 source minimum with 4 sources used in-text

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    New York Project

    New York Project

    The assignment is to write a five paragraph paper in which you plan a theatre trip to New York City to see FOUR shows. To complete this work, use internet sources, the most thorough of which is the New York Times Theater section (see below for this and other options).
    The first paragraph should explain the trip’s rationale, who will be going with you (church group, theatre group, friends, etc), and a proposed budget. You should then find possible flights and hotel accommodations.
    In each subsequent paragraph (paragraphs 2, 3, 4, and 5), name the shows (four in total—one per paragraph) you have decided to see. Include in each paragraph the reason you have chosen to see this particular show. You will need to quote portions of reviews, both professional and reader’s, as part of your justification for your choice. Be sure to cite the name of the reviewer as well as the source from which the review was found. (Example: Ben Brantley of the New York Times calls Shrek the Musical, “Quote from review.”— or similar format.) It is not necessary to provide a “Works Cited” page, but you must reference your source within your paper as noted in the previous sentence. You must also include ticket prices and the theater where the show is playing, as well as any other pertinent information (such as a prominent actor in the cast, etc.).
    Be sure to follow your budget; try not to plan to see four Broadway musicals as this could eat up your budget very quickly. Mix and match with Off and Off Off Broadway, where the tickets are cheaper. Try to find at least one or two shows you have never heard of but which sound interesting because of your research into the reviews.
    Sources for research:
    New York Times page at www.nytimes.com. Select the “Arts” section (left menu). On the Arts page, select THEATER (menu near top of page). On the THEATER page, you can click on the Broadway, Off Broadway, & Off Off Broadway headings (menu near top of page), which will provide you with a list of what’s playing. Click on the show title to gain access to information such as the show’s location, ticket prices, and links to reviews, both professional and reader’s.
    You can also see reviews and show information at these sites:
    www.nytheatre.com
    www.newyorktheatreguide.com and select “Reviews” near the top of the page http://newyork.timeout.com/section/theater

    Paragraph 1
    Who is going and why?
    Overall Budget
    Flight and Costs
    Hotel and Costs
    Writing Qualit

    Paragraph 2,3,4,5
    Show Title
    Reason for Choosing Show
    Professional Reviewer Quote
    Reader Reviewer Quote
    Ticket Prices
    Name of Theatre
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