YCRewriteInst - Youth Cultures 817 Spring 2010 Instructor:...

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Youth Cultures 817 Spring 2010 Instructor: Lea Jacobson Due Date: Monday, May 3, 2010 Instructions for Final Paper: “What It Means” 1. Construct your paper around a central thesis or argument. This is not just an informative paper. This paper should take a position or a stand about the subculture you are studying. It is persuasive. 2. Don’t just cut and paste the first drafts (what I know, what I see, and what it means) one after the other to create the final paper. Interweave the papers together around that central argument. You don’t have to rewrite whole paragraphs. Just rewrite the paragraph topic sentences and transition sentences to connect them up to your new thesis. 3. Cite correctly! Papers will not pass that do not provide correct in-text citations and a correctly formatted work cited page. If you use a source in the paper you must cite it; otherwise, you have plagiarized. There is no reason for any of you to fail this assignment because you cannot manage this part of the class. Also, once you know
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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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YCRewriteInst - Youth Cultures 817 Spring 2010 Instructor:...

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