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Title A Research Paper Presented to Dr. William J. Reckmeyer In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for ANTH 100w by Student’s Name Date
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Introduction This mini-section should be a single paragraph (or two, at the most) that introduces readers to the topic and scope of your paper, including why it is of interest, and briefly lays out its central themes. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper. Relevant sources should be cited using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide and included in your bibliography – such as a book, citing specific pages when possible (Friedman 2008:404-405). Note that names of authors such as Thomas Friedman are not included in the citation if they have already been mentioned in the lead-in to the citation; in that case, the proper format would be (2008:404-405). Examples of proper citation formats for other types of sources are included in other sections of these guidelines. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper. Relevant sources should be cited using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide and included in your bibliography – such as a journal article, citing specific pages when possible (Conklin and Graham 1997:699- 701). Section Title This should be a major section of your paper. Relevant sources should be cited using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide and included in your bibliography – such as an internet source (CIA 2009). Other examples of sources include both an edited book 1
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(Reckmeyer 1995) and material from a specific chapter in an edited book, such as the adverse impact of fragmentation on leadership for the common good (Gardner 1995). Section Title This should be a major section of your paper. Relevant sources should be cited using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide and included in your bibliography – such as an unpublished interview (Boulding 1991) or a published interview (Reckmeyer 2008). Section Title This should be a major section of your paper. Relevant sources should be cited using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide and included in your bibliography – such as a newspaper article (Demick 1998). Conclusion This mini-section should be a paragraph pulling all the key points you have made in your paper, with an emphasis on tying together the central themes and findings from your research and their implications for your audience.
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