of synthesis in which you put the three articles into dialog with each

Of synthesis in which you put the three articles into

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of synthesis in which you put the three articles into dialog with each other—what does each one contribute to our understanding of the theory and what does it all add up to? (3-4 pages). 3. Finally, describe your case study and analyze it using your theoretical lens . How does looking at the object through this theory allow you to see certain things, understand it within a broader context, or gain insight into how the object is working politically, socially, and/or culturally? (3-4 pages) 4. Cite all of your sources correctly using Chicago style (full footnotes with bibliography). To do well on this assignment, you must accomplish the following: Provide all of the required elements of the analysis paper as listed above, as well as an introduction and conclusion that tie the essay together. Demonstrate a sophisticated grasp of the particular concept or theory you are using, including a rich appreciation for its intellectual context and importance in the field. This will mean putting key ideas in your own words in a way that shows that you really understand them. Provide a clear, sophisticated, plausible, and thoughtful analysis of how the theory or concept is understood and applied by at least three different authors, including putting those authors into dialog with each other and the original text. Demonstrate a thoughtful, creative, and serious engagement with the theory by applying it in appropriate and sophisticated ways to a well-chosen object of study. Use and cite your sources correctly in Chicago style (full footnotes with bibliography). Structure your paper clearly, using transitions, internal previews, section headers, etc. Write not just in a clear and concise manner, but also with flair, proofreading carefully in order to make the paper nearly error-free.
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