Final Research Project
In 9-11 pages of text (not including title page and references), identify a problem and offer a nuanced, comprehensive solution to solve it.
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The research project should include:
– An introduction and a clear, focused thesis that identifies the problem and your proposed solution.
– A body section that clearly and thoroughly explains the problem and why it is a problem.
– A body section that clearly and thoroughly explains your proposed solution, its component parts or steps, and its implications.
– A strong conclusion.
– Supporting evidence from reputable external sources. You must use at least 8 external sources. These restrictions apply:
– you must use at least 4 peer-reviewed sources (academic journals or books)Final Research Project
– websites must be reputable sources
Things to Think About:
I want you to choose a topic that is engaging to you, so I want it to be a problem that you are affected by. This could be anything at all–a local community problem, something that you think needs to be changed at your work, your school, in your community or state, or even with your group of friends. It can be anything at all–a Supreme Court ruling, a law that was passed to solve a problem, a city policy that was enacted that’s affected the spaces in which you live. It can be a policy at your school, or a solution implemented at your work that you have an opinion about. Just make sure that you can write enough about the the problem and propose a comprehensive solution in 10 pages.
This paper can build on the work you’ve done in previous papers if you wish, but you may also choose a brand new problem to write about as well. Thinking up the topic is one of the hardest parts of this paper, but you can do it. Talk to lots of people about problems and solutions–talk to your friends, your family members, your coworkers, people you see at the coffee shop, and fellow students.
Make sure that the sections of your paper have clear topic sentences that evaluate part of the solution, then explain your evaluation. Use examples as evidence, as well as other research you might find. Make sure to cite your sources. Final Research Project