Due May 9.
At least 4000 words, using at least 10 sources (of which at least 5 must be scholarly articles).
Your paper must include, in this order:
- research question
- thesis statement
- explanation of previous research
- statement of hypothesis
- at least two cases, each with complete descriptions of a dependent variable and at least one independent variable
- comparison of cases
Papers will be evaluated based on the the clarity of the question and thesis and based on the appropriate use of evidence, as well as on clarity of writing.
Papers must have a formal title, page numbers, and properly formatted citations.
The final paper must be substantially revised from the draft, incorporating suggestions from feedback from the instructor and peers.