ANTH_135_Paper_xSystemsx_Template_2009_01_28

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Title A Systems Paper Presented to Dr. William J. Reckmeyer In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for ANTH 135 by Student’s Name Date
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Introduction This mini-section should be a single paragraph 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 in the text throughout your paper using proper scholarly format as specified by the AAA Style Guide, including specific pages whenever possible (Friedman 2008:404-405), and also included in your bibliography. Note that names of authors are not included in the citation if they have already been mentioned in the lead-in to the citation; otherwise, the proper format would be (Friedman 2008:404-405). It should be several paragraphs in length. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. It should be several paragraphs in length. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. It should be several paragraphs in length. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. It should be several paragraphs in length. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. It should be several paragraphs in length. 1
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Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. Make sure you never leave a section title by itself at the end of a previous page, without including at least the first two lines of the first paragraph in the section. It should be several paragraphs in length. Section Title This should be a major section of your paper, using the same guidelines for citations and formatting throughout the paper. It should be several paragraphs in length. Conclusion
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ANTH 193 at San Jose State University .

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