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The essay should have five sources from at least three different forms of media. 10 pages.
The Process of Writing
Introduction (1 page)
Background/Context (2 pages)
The Range of Viewpoints (2 pages)
Main Body of Evidence (4 pages)
Conclusion (1 page)
– see the prospectus PDF for the problem statement (covid lockdown in shanghai) – blog style, single-spaced with lots of good white spaces & source links, image with caption etc – 1500 words minimum. PLEASE READ THIS AGAIN. 1500 words but I have it as 3 page single space. DO NOT SUBMIT BID FOR DOUBLE SPACE WORD COUNT. – analyze primary cause and secondary cause – make claims about short term effects and longterm effects
Create an argument about how nature and/or nurture intersect in unexpected ways in our development and mental or physical health.
Further questions to consider include:
How do these forces affect how we recognize and cope with our genetic as well as cultural histories and realities?
How do “nature and nurture” intersect in our expectations of what it means to be “normal”?
How do our understandings of “normal” change in different social, physical, and familial contexts?
Introduction: situate the community, the research question, and the necessary background
Review of Literature: Synthesize the existing conversation using the source material you’ve been working with throughout the semester: ten secondary sources are needed.
Analysis of Primary Research: analyze observation, survey, interview materials, and two other primary sources of your choice in context with the review of literature: five primary sources needed
Conclusion: explain what can be concluded about your research question, the community of study, and how fellow researchers might move forward with their work
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Instructions are in the uploaded file
Write 3-paragraphs on one idea in our required readings thus far:
Mulvey, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema
Devereaux, “Oppressive Texts, Resisting Readers, and the Gendered Spectator: The New Aesthetics”
In light of one (or two if needed) of the following movies:
Cleo from 5-7(Varda, 1962) [1:30]
Daisies. (Chytilová, 1966) [1:16]
Thelma and Louise(Scott, 1991) [2:18]
Pick an idea you find interesting and/or easy to explain
Focus on that one (i.e., main) idea the whole time.
Explain that idea as fully, clearly, and correctly as possible to the best of your ability, using the reading(s) as your backup and proof in your writing
You may but do not have to make it an argument or give your opinion; you can, if you want, just discuss, interpret, or explain the reading–the point is to clearly and correctly do so in at least one full paragraph, and what you do in the other two paragraphs is up to you.
Give at least one short quote from the reading–but not more than one quote per paragraph.
Cite the page # the quote is from.
Explain the quote.
Fully explain how your chosen idea is related to that quote or how the quote is related to the main idea of the paper.
3 paragraphs total, at least one of which must be directly about your chosen reading. If you need four, that’s ok.
Paragraphs are 4-10 sentences each.
Quotations of one full sentence or more do not count toward the minimum length requirement.
Any vague, general, empty, irrelevant, or repetitive sentences and phrases will not count toward the length requirement.
READ: All quoted material must have quotation marks around it.
Explain all quotes in your own words.
Each time you first refer to, or start to explain or discuss, a new idea from the reading, give the page or paragraph # that the idea appears on.
Cite sources even when not directly quoting–i.e., paraphrasing.
If you end up getting ideas or info from outside of the course materials, you must absolutely not hide that fact (this would be academic dishonesty); instead, have integrity and cite those sources as well, *including all websites*.
There must be at least one citation from one of the required readings, since the point is to explain an idea from a reading, and to do so, you must refer to it.
Links of the movies:
Why do you want to go to an honors college ?
There are many benefits of being a Macaulay student, such as the Macaulay community, special courses, Honors advisement, cultural passport, opportunities funds, and other financial benefits. Please describe how these features will shape you and your college experience, including, what you expect to bring to the college community and what you expect to get out of your college experience.
In this paper, you must name and describe the moral universe in the text: rules, rule makers, rule breakers, how power works, who has influence, and the moral embodiment in character actions and decisions. You must also consider the following question: What are the catalysts for moral change in the universe of the show? What shifts Brigid’s moral compass? The first time? The second time? Etc…
Make sure your paper has a title and thesis statement, that each paragraph has a topic sentence, and that you use properly cited evidence from the text to support your claim. Be sure to consider a counterargument and restate your thesis in the concluding paragraph. Include a Works Cited page. (https://open.spotify.com/show/7rAolxBjL2mq5Dq9osvLmE?si=c02e5cc38c024ca8)
Write an essay that focuses on the essential question ( what motivates people to explore the unknown ). Cite evidence from text read and discussed in class. the book is called Vasco Nunez de Balboa