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● These essay questions have been posted on Canvas under the Syllabus module as well as under Assignments: Final Essay.
● You will be writing ONE essay. Choose any ONE question to answer among the options provided.
● YOU NEED TO PICK. Do not answer all the questions and then have us pick the ones you scored best on.
● For essay-writing tips:
o See the link posted on the course syllabus as well as under Modules: Syllabus.
o Powerpoints on essay-writing tips as well as APA citation guidelines are available under the Week 5 module.
Length: 1-2 single-spaced pages.
Sources you are expected to use
● Lecture material (ppts, videos, links included on lecture ppts). Remember to view both Parts of the lecture if there was more than one part!
● Main assigned course reading for the topic/s related to the question.
o Videos or supplemental readings cannot replace the main reading.
● OPTIONAL: Any news stories/ other real-world examples that support your essay. Please use these sources only in addition to, not instead of, the course material.
References and Citation
● Please make sure to name all authors and videos you reference in your essay, with dates of publication.
o You will lose points for not doing so.
● Please also include a Works Cited/Bibliography section at the end of your essay.
o You will lose points for not doing so.
● On Canvas under Modules: Syllabus, there is a ppt on how to do APA citations.
o Please take a look at it if you do not know how to do in-text citations and Works Cited/ Bibliography.
• Due on Canvas by Tues of Finals Week, June 8, 11:59 p.m.
• Grace Period: You may submit up until Wed, June 9, 9 a.m. with no penalty.
• No further extensions are possible.
Policy on Submission Deadline
● No late papers, please. We need time to grade and return the papers within a reasonable time frame.
● If you do not turn your essay in by the grace period, the late submission policy will start to apply, with the exception of truly extenuating circumstances cleared beforehand. 2 points will be taken off per day your paper is late.
● The assignment has been set up on Canvas as Final Essay.
o Please upload your essays under this assignment category.
● Formats for uploads: doc, docx, or pdf.
● If you encounter any technical difficulties with your submission:
o Please let us know by or before the deadline.
o If you are unable to submit via Canvas, please make sure to email your essays (correctly labeled) to Prof. Ramachandran and both the TAs, Shannon and Jessica. If you do so by or before the submission deadline, you won’t lose any points.
● Your essay is worth 10 points and constitutes 15% of your grade in the class, as indicated on the syllabus.
● Grading CRITERIA: Each of these criteria is worth two points.
1. Answered the Question?
2. Quality of Analysis
3. Quality of Writing
4. Use of Course Material–Reading
5. Use of Course Material–Lecture
● For details: Consult the grading criteria at the end of this document.
● Any evidence of plagiarism places the entire essay into C or a lower grade, depending on the extent of plagiarism exhibited. For details, please see the statement on Academic Integrity on your course syllabus, and the Canvas document on grading criteria for midterm and final essays.
For clarifications on the essay instructions:
For brief clarifications:
• Post on the Discussion Board for Weeks 9 and 10.
• Email Prof. Ramachandran or one of your TAs (Danielle or Nahreen).
For more detailed clarifications:
• Come to our office hours:
o Professor Ramachandran’s office hours: Fridays 3-4 p.m.
Zoom link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/6073498021
o Nahreen Aref: Tuesdays 11-12
Zoom link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/97700568453
o Danielle Tassara: Thursdays 12-1 pm
Zoom link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/92746557292
How does the issue of child labor bring out the problems with rescue-based interventions in human rights campaigns? What connections and contrasts do you see between child labor and any ONE of the following child rights topics covered in class: a). child soldiers (Week 6), b). child cross-border migration (Week 9).
This rubric is merely a guide. All possible scenarios that come up during grading cannot be covered or anticipated, some essays may be strong in some areas and weak in others, and grading is always in comparison to the rest of the class.
– Each essay will be worth 10 points.
– Each criteria in the rubric is worth two points.
– Any evidence of plagiarism places the entire essay into C or a lower grade, depending on the extent of plagiarism exhibited.