Stress in Adolescents
follow the step by step questions for the final paper guideline I sent you, and to also explain your findings, which is the methodology. If your citing from an author in the sentence just make sure to cite there last name and the date it was published after the sentence just to reference where you got the information from. My professor is real critical about that. Lastly please NO PLAGIARISM, NO PLAGIARISM!
1st attachment is the guideline to how to write the final paper and what points to explain in it
2nd attachment is the Sample paper for how the paper should be written and formatted
3rd attachment was the previous paper I did which was plagiarized
1. Final paper is worth 40% of final grade for semester.
2. Due before midnight, Wed. May 25.
3. Send via email with “Final Paper” in subject line.
4. Send as a Google Doc, or MS Word attachment (.docx or .doc).
5. Document title should include your name and “final paper.” (Frederick Tucker_Final Paper.docx)
6. The paper length is approximately 4-8 pages (not including your cover page or your bibliography). More precisely, however, the paper should be between 1,300-2,600 words, not including the abstract, heading, footnotes, citations, etc. This means that your final paper may be closer to 10 pages and 3,000 words, given all the additional content.
7. Paper must be double-spaced with Times New Roman, 12 pt. font and 1-1.25 in. margins.
8. Paper must use, as its basis, 4 academic, sociological sources written by different authors.
9. At least two sources must be ones that you came up with on your own.
10. If you are unsure whether your sources are legitimate, please ask me; that is my job.
11. You can use either in-text citations, footnotes, or endnotes. Whichever method you choose, you must include page numbers in your citation. I will be checking your citations.
12. Your citations can be in MLA, APA, Chicago, Cornell, or any format you like. Most importantly, they should be consistent.
13. If you are using in-text citations, you must have a “references,” “bibliography,” or “works cited” page at the end of your paper. This page will not count as part of your final paper word count.
14. Any other primary and secondary sources are welcome, but are not necessary. Higher grades, however, will be given to students who demonstrate an ability to research, analyze, and properly cite a greater variety of sources. It will be very hard to get an A if you use the bare minimum of required sources (4).
15. Improper citation will result in a reduced grade.
16. “Copy and paste” or “paraphrased” plagiarism will result in a failure for the entire semester.
17. You are only allowed to “self-plagiarize” what you wrote for your lit review and research proposal.
18. Is your grammar correct
19. Are you using gendered language (“His” instead of “his or her.”)
20. Are your thoughts well organized
21. Is there any unnecessary repetition
22. No do overs! Final papers are final, except for cases in which people are in danger of failing the class. My grades are due at the end of the month. So please continue to check your email from the 25th to the 31st. If I have a problem with your paper (likely due to plagiarism) I will be emailing you. You must be prepared to re-do your paper quickly.
1. Student name; professor name; date; class.
3. Abstract (Maximum 100 words). This is like the blurb of a book; it is in the book, but not part of the book. Treat your abstract like a short lit review of your own paper (topic, thesis, methodology). Look at the abstracts of the articles you’ve read to get an idea of how to write yours. You should write your abstract after you have written the rest of your paper. It is okay to “abstract” your abstract from your introduction, conclusion, or whatever else. It is not plagiarism for your abstract to be taken directly from your essay.
Introduction: 10-20% of paper
1. Hook: a sentence or two that engages the reader with the subject.
2. What is the topic and scope of the paper
3. What is the historical context of your paper (if needed)
4. Personal connection to subject (if any)
5. Thesis statement: what is your argument/main point (can be posed as a question/hypothesis, as an objective, or a statement)
6. What will your methodology be (Historical, theoretical, or statistical If statistical, quantitative or qualitative research Macro or micro analysis Causes or effects All of the above Focus on race, gender, class, age, nationality, state/citizen, or ability )
Literature Review: 10-20% of the paper
1. Who originally came up with the sociological framework (If necessary)
2. What is the topic and scope of the article
3. What is the author’s main point
4. What is the author’s methodology
5. Do the methods fit the point (Does the evidence successfully prove the argument )
6. What are some opposing viewpoints (if any)
7. (Repeat for each author you review)
Evidence: 25-30% of the paper
1. What events, theories, or statistics best support your thesis
2. How were these events, theories, or statistics derived (What is their methodology )
3. Why are these events, theories, or statistics more relevant than other studies
4. Who are the actors in the social movement/condition
5. What is their motivation
6. How do these actors, social movements, and social conditions interact and change over time
Analysis: 25-30% of the paper
1. How do your findings help explain history (if applicable)
2. What are the main causal factors driving this social condition/change
3. What are your predictions for the future (if any)
4. What policy suggestions for governments or social movements can you derive from your research (if any)
5. What unanswered questions do you have
6. What additional research might the world benefit from
Conclusion: 5-10% of the paper
1. Relate your evidence and analysis back to your thesis/hypothesis.
2. Were you surprised by the results of your findings Or did they confirm your preconceived notions (if applicable)
3. Transcend the essay. How does your topic relate to larger issues To the world at large
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