Pols 120 Res Paper Guide, Spring 2010

Pols 120 Res Paper Guide, Spring 2010 - LAW AND SOCIETY...

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LAW AND SOCIETY RESEARCH PAPER, Spring, 2010 The research paper shall be approximately 10-12 pages in length, not including the title page and bibliography. You must choose some aspect of a theme that relates to equality or inequality in the United States. There are a plethora of ideas from which to choose in our textbooks, both in the chapters we read as well as the ones we don't. One point to keep in mind as you develop the paper is to include how the theme you explore either positively or negatively affects the concept of equality. You may wish to consider political, social, cultural, legal historical or economic topics and how your topic furthers or hinders conditions of equality on some group(s) of people. The papers are all due no later than Thursday, April 29th. However, there are two preliminary due dates. An annotated bibliography is due on Thursday, February 25 th . An annotated bibliography is a list of bibliographic sources with approximately one
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