Proposal Literature Review 022614

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USC Upstate English 102 Paper 3 – Literature Review Purpose The purpose of this paper is to prepare you for your capstone project in which you will make a proposal to help alleviate a social problem you have identified. Before making a sound proposal, you have to first understand what a proposal is, second, thoroughly research the literature (in this case, “literature” means scholarly articles and other credible information from a variety of media that address your topic). Suggested Process 1. Identify the problem and provide minimal background. 2. Identify the stakeholders. 3. Research one opinion on the topic or one proposal to solve it. 4. Discuss what the objections have been raised. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you feel you have a representative sample of the opinions in the literature). 6. Organize these opinions in a logical fashion – do not simply write about them as you find articles. Consider how the authors “speak to each other” through their work. 7. Include an Annotated Bibliography of Works Cited and Consulted.
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Unformatted text preview: Audience Your classmates or a jury of your peers. Writing Standards (what we value and how you will be assessed): Quality of thought Clarity of purpose Organization of content Language, style and voice Mechanics Information Literacy Documentation of Research Length 4 pages, not including Annotated Bibliography; 12 pt font, double-spaced, MLA conventions Sources You should include (but are not limited to) three USC Upstate sources (database articles, print articles or books, e-books, documentaries, and/or research in other media) 1 two reliable www sources two interviews with experts, in person or via e-mail. General online encyclopedias, Wikipedia, and other similar sources can be used for search terms only . You can, however, raid the works cited or references pages in these kinds of sources (and in any sources you use). Due Dates See Course Calendar 2...
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