HIST 111-03 Fall 2011 - Research Paper Guidelines

HIST 111-03 Fall 2011 - Research Paper Guidelines - HIST...

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HIST 111-03 ORIGINS OF THE MODERN WORLD TO 1600 DR. PROBST RESEARCH PAPER GUIDELINES DUE BY THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ON NOVEMBER 16 (Late papers will receive a one letter grade reduction for each week that they are late. Papers received after the Thanksgiving Recess will receive a two letter grade reduction . Late papers will not be accepted after November 30. ) MAIN ARGUMENT BASED UPON PRIMARY SOURCES SUPPORTING ARGUMENTATION BASED UPON YOUR ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY SOURCES A MINIMUM OF FIVE (5) SOURCES IN YOUR BIBLIOGRAPHY, NOT INCLUDING YOUR TEXTBOOK. AT LEAST TWO (2) OF THESE MUST BE PRIMARY SOURCES (CHECK SLU GLOBAL FOR SOME RELIABLE WEBSITES CONTAINING PRIMARY SOURCES). YOU MUST NOT INCLUDE AS SOURCES WIKIPEDIA OR ABOUT.COM ARTICLES (OR ARTICLES FROM OTHER SUCH WEBSITES). YOU MUST CITE SOURCES WHEN YOU USE THEM. OTHERWISE, IT IS ASSUMED THAT YOU HAVE PLAGIARIZED, WHETHER YOU DID IT INTENTIONALLY OR UNINTENTIONALLY. o
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course HIST 111 taught by Professor Christopherprobst during the Fall '11 term at MO St. Louis.

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