Great job on Tuesday with your peer reviews! Based on the conversations and feedback provided everyone’s papers should be more clear, better organized and importantly, sociological.
On to the information…
Analytic Papers are due on Tuesday at the beginning of class. You are required to turn in your paper (which will include a reference page) and two sheets from the peer review. If you want your paper back, also include a self addressed, stamped envelope when you submit your paper.
Presentations. Your presentation can involved the use of handouts, visual aids or just your creative self. You will have about 3-4 minutes to present your paper. Essentially, tell us the social problem you discussed, the sociology you used, and what conclusions you drew from your project. This counts toward your participation grade not your paper.
Citations. You are required to follow the American Sociological Association’s citation format. There are several links here to guide you. If you have questions about citing, please post your question to the website. I will respond until Monday at 9pm.
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Quotations. Quote judiciously. In discussing your social problem, it may be appropriate to quote a document, an expert, or one of your texts. However, think twice before using a quotation, if you can state the main point of the quote in your own words, citing appropriately, that’s the better way to go. When quotations are used sparingly they are more effective.Posted by coph0004 at December 2, 2005 12:33 PM