Perkowki's Analysis Outline for Vampire Folklore (Notes with Full Explanation)

Perkowki's Analysis Outline for Vampire Folklore (Notes with Full Explanation)

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Perkowski’s Analysis Outline for Vampire Folklore Data Source 1. Information Sources Vampire’s Characteristics 2. Country and Region 3. Name 4. Origin 5. Detection 6. Attributes 7. Activity Patterns Defensive Measures 8. Precautions 9. Cures Interpretation 10. Social/Psychological Role The following is a brief explanation of how to use Perkowski’s outline for paper topic number 13. Please note the lecture comes later, but with the information presented here you should be able to write an excellent draft. The suggestion is to have your introduction with brief information on Dr. Perkowski and his outline, and then follow it with presenting the outline. Next, go through each point step-by-step with at least one paragraph for each, ending with a conclusion. Of course, check to make sure you have your paper set up properly. 1. This is whatever source you’re using for your film. It could be a digital download, DVD, VHS, Laserdisc, etc. So you can include things like director, major actors/actresses, release date, and so forth.
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