Posted: April 22nd, 2016
**THIS ASSIGNMENT REQUIRES THERE TO BE A ROUGH DRAFT SUBMITTED BEFORE THE FINAL DRAFT.
**ROUGH DRAFT IS DUE JUNE 21ST 2013
**100% PLAGERISM FREE PLEASE WITH APA FORMAT
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DUE THE 3 NU LIBRARY SOURCES I WILL BE COMPLETING THOSE
*PLEASE SEE ATTATCHMENTS
Length: 1750-2000 wordsÂ (not including title page, abstract, or references page).Â
Format: Please use APA citation style.Â Your paper should include at least two visual elements (for example, charts, tables, graphs, diagrams) that have an informational/communicative function within the main text (not just a piece of clipart, for example). Visual elements must be properly labeled and properly cited.(We will practice this in class.) Important Note:Â * Please no Abstracts. (These are just summaries of the entire paper and are generally used for much lengthier papers.) * Please place all visual elements at the END of the paper. This minimizes formatting disruptions and allows for maximally efficient assessment and grading of your work. Â
Range of Research Sources: You must use at least six high-quality/reliable sources, at least three of which must be peer-reviewed, scholarly journal articles from the NU libraryÂ’s databases. (Be assured that the NU Library skills you develop will be transferable to other academic research environments, as academic libraries are set up very similarly and draw upon the same database vendors: ProQuest, EBSCO, etc.). Â Whenever you use web sites, you will need to be aware of the limitations and possible biases of such sources. This awareness should shape how you use various kinds of web sources in your paper. Your goal should be to draw upon credible sources in your paper, and to conduct a thorough and fair inquiry. Audience:Â Address your paper to a general audience. Your ILR classmates have a wide range of backgrounds and academic interests; assume this kind of broad readership when you write your paper. Assume that your readers are not specialists in your topic area. All ideas must be developed and fully explained.Â
Interdisciplinarity:Â The paper should also have an interdisciplinary slant; that is, it should draw upon data and insights from more than one academic discipline to shed light on the research question.Â Â (For example, in an education-related paper, you could focus on a legal perspective, or introduce economic, biological, or historical information.) Grading Rubric for Final Draft
Language / Revision (10)
Did the paper get substantively revised, based on the instructor feedback given for the first graded draft?Â
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