Based off of the Paper Proposal and the used references, follow the instructions:
Analysis: The paper should utilize a diversity of sources, which include primary and secondary materials. For instance, if you are focusing on using a
historically oriented film, novel or primary source text (speech, political writings, memoir, etc.), you should also incorporate the use of historical secondary
sources (such as journal articles, academic histories, etc.). These may include, if they are relevant to your topic, texts that we have also read in class.
Depending on your topic, you may also wish to use non- traditional, unpublished sources (such as oral histories in the forms of interviews), song lyrics or
electronic sources, such as newspaper websites.
Everything you refer to in the body of the paper should be included in your bibliography at the end. In addition, materials cited in your bibliography should
have been used earlier in the text of the paper, particularly if they influenced your argument and conclusions, even if in passing in a footnote.
Structure: Focus on having a tight and clear introductory paragraph where you establish your argument. The body of the essay should provide
examples/evidence to support your thesis and/or question the arguments of those authors you may challenge/critique. The conclusion is a place where you
can bring up further questions or suggest implications of your research which go beyond the bounds of the paper. It should not bring in new supporting
Be discriminating of the materials/sources you use and the topic you want to address. For those of you working on films or literary works, focus on a specifi…