Research Proposal Instructions

Research Proposal Instructions - Consider this a proposal...

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Consider this a proposal to research your topic. In explaining why you chose the subculture you plan to study, make sure you answer the following questions: 1. Why did you choose your subculture? 2. What interests you about it? 3. Why do you think it's a good subject for research? 4. How much do you know about it already? 5. How do you plan to study it? 6. What specific resources have you identified? 7. What assumptions and/or biases do you have about the culture as you approach it? 8. Which of the four course questions are you planning to research? 9. What questions of your own are you seeking to answer? If you suspect I don't know anything about the culture, provide a web site address that will enable me to learn about it. Be sure to include one text-based source (article, book chapter, essay) along with your proposal. Provide the citation at the bottom of the page, so that I can look it up, if necessary. As you start your research, you may be unsure about what aspect of the subculture you
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course EDUCATION 101 taught by Professor Leajacobson during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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