GEOG 2RC3 - oct 13

GEOG 2RC3 - oct 13 - GEOG 2RC3 Assignment Guidelines - 1....

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GEOG 2RC3 – Assignment Guidelines - 1. Carefully read text pp. 10-14; 71; 89 – 126; and 447 – 450 for information about Bone’s 4 faultlines - 2. Search for evidence regarding a possible urban/rural faultline (see assignment instruction sheet for suggestions) - 3. Write a positive paper based on the evidence - Your position paper should be a concise assessment of the evidence in which you state (and justify) whether or not an urban/rural faultline exists (either now or in the future), i.e. given the definition of the term faultline, is it reasonable to conclude that a faultline exists between urban Canada and rural Canada? Guidelines: 1. Length: 2-3 pages (500-750 words) 2. Double-spaced; 12 point font (~250 words/page) 3. Formal style – proper sentences and paragraphs 4. Subheadings are strongly encouraged (i.e. use introduction and conclusion as a subheading use those and then any others) 5. Introductions – Statement of purpose; introduce topic; 3-4 sentences 6. Body – state and justify your position regarding the urban/rural faultline in Canada
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course GEOG 2RC3 taught by Professor Peace during the Fall '11 term at McMaster University.

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