Description: 4 to 6 sources/articles (1,250 to 2000 words), double-spaced throughout, appropriate headings and headers, plus a separate Works Cited page in MLA format.
Due dates: Sources:
Contextualizing analysis; evolving a thesis using representative evidence from multiple sources
First drafts due Friday, 11/13 Replies due Sunday, 11/15
in EA, choose one article that addresses identity and self in society (you can use one the ones you have analyzed so far, if you wish.
4-6 secondary sources/articles that will help you analyze the primary source article. These can be sources from your annotated bibliography and other research of your own choosing, so long as they are scholarly sources and/or reputable popular sources—major newspapers and magazines).
Building on the object of analysis/problem of your WP#3 assignment (self and identity in society) now attempt to further your research in order to both deepen your understanding of the role and place of the individual in society and provide a larger context for your analysis. Synthesize and apply the most useful sources from WP#3 to support and extend your analysis. Your thesis should evolve (from that stated in WP#3) as you put all of your sources (old and new) to use in complicating and expanding your thesis. By synthesizing and applying the most useful sources and ideas from WP#3 with new research and further inquiry, you should be able to support and extend your analysis. The thesis statement/major claim should evolve throughout as sources are put into conversation with one another, complicating and expanding the object of analysis.
Your paper should:
§ Generate and focus on one interesting problem or question raised by the class
readings. Imagine that this problem or question could be interpreted or answered
in more than one way.
§ Put sources “in conversation” with one another to shed light on the question you’ve raised or to help you answer the question.
§ For example, what does [article 2 cover that article 3and 4] don’t? How does [article 3] cover the issue differently from the others?
Return to your latest draft of the WP#3. What ideas/questions/concerns do you still have or are you still thinking about? Decide on a “point of entry” into your object of analysis from WP#3 (self/identity in society) that identifies the key issues you intend to unpack.
You don’t need to account for every detail. Successful analyses will say more about less by focusing on the most crucial information (direct quotations, points, concepts, explanations, narratives, etc.) for supporting your thesis statement.
Use your sources in the service of supporting and expanding your thesis statement.
Evolve your thesis. Remember that your additional sources may align with, highlight,
and/or complicate your “reading” of the initial texts.
Criteria for Evaluation:
§ Introduction sets up the problem or issue under discussion in a clear and
knowledgeable way with focused and clear thesis statement.
§ Analysis Sufficient analysis of details in all required sources (4-6) that
develop the thesis statement.
§ Evidence Effective use of direct quotations from all texts and appropriate paraphrase, quotation, and MLA citation of author’s ideas that make clear which ideas belong to you and your sources.
I will attach a file of a paper I have wrote. Use one of the articles I talk about and expand on how racial profiling effects african americans by following the directions above. Make sure to include appropriate in text citations. Thank you a ton I really appreciate this.
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