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all the instruction in the attached file. Please read the instruction carefully. 7-8 pages instruction_media_ethics.docx Instructions for writing a paper Content Organize your paper into sections with headings. For a term paper the sections might be:
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Topic Introduction Main point #1 Main point #2 Main point #3 Summary References (Figures – if not embedded in text) · Length (7-8 pages).
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· Make sure that when you turn in your paper, you have read through it in its final form. This may prove difficult to do after the many editing sessions that you have already enjoyed with it. It is often very helpful to have a friend read it through as well as this lends a fresh perspective. Format · Please double-space all your text. That way it is much easier for the instructor to annotate your work. · Use 1” margins all round. Use 12 pt font. (or 14 font with 1.5 space).Number your pages. · The final copy should be clean and neat. Style · Try to write in the third person whenever possible. For the most part you will be presenting facts. Although, for debate papers you will be arguing a certain point of view and
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it may therefore be appropriate to use “I” now and then, avoid repeated use of the first person. · Avoid clichés. (“the bottom line”, “at the end of the day”, “all in all” etc.) · Avoid slang and informal terms of expression. (“Well, …”, “It was like, we went…”) · Avoid rhetoric. (“How should I interpret these results?”, “I asked myself - What do people think about global warming?”)
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  • Fall '16
  • Christopher L. Litten, MA, Ph.D.

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