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  • It should begin with an overview of the topicin which you:
    • identify the general themes and arguments of the conversation,
    • identify major voices in the conversation,
    • describe the important camps or ways of discussing the topic, and
    • provide definitions for key terms.
      The overview should help you situate your argument, your contribution. That means that you may not talk about every camp, or every theme. Instead, you’ll focus on those that are the closest to your argument. These may be the camps, themes, or arguments that you are building on, either by agreeing or disagreeing with the positions. You’ll also want to include those sources that provide evidence for your argument. Your thesis sentence will stem from this overview.  
    1. The body of the paper will be made up of your argument (contribution), organized logically so that, using the same evidence, the audience will come to the same conclusions as you. The body will be structured with sub-claims, supported by evidence, that provide support for the thesis. You may consider having multiple sub-sections in the body that will explicitly structure the progression of ideas and evidence for the reader (recall the article about higher education by Williams). You must use standard in-text citations to identify the sources you are using. See OWL Purdue for help with MLA and APA formatting.
    2. The conclusion of the paper needs to draw conclusions about the topic that were established in the introduction. It could also extend more broadly to implications of the research, new directions for the conversation to move in, impact to the general public, and the like.
    3. Your paper must have a works cited or reference page
      Format: The paper needs to be:  
    • 8-10 pages long, not including the works cited or reference page
    • double-spaced,
    • word-processed,
    • using a standard font (no courier), and
    • standard margins.

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