Canada and the Global Community

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Politics 1P93
Winter 2018: Essay Topics and Guidelines
For the term paper students are expected to write essay on one of the topics below. Students should write an 2000 word paper on one of the topics of their choosing, in the style of an argumentative research essay. The essay should have a clearly presented thesis, from which the argument flows naturally. You are expected to consult no less than five peer-reviewed academic sources not including the assigned readings for this course. The essay mark will be based on the logic of your argument, the clarity of your writing, the evidence you present to support your thesis, and the adherence to all assignment instructions.
 
Length:  2000 words  (not including footnotes, title page, bibliography)
Sources:  You  must include at least 5 academic (peer reviewed) sources.
 
Citation Style:  Chicago, Footnotes, with Bibliography
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
http://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/writing/chicago-turabian
 
Submission:  Essays will be submitted both Electronically to turnitin.com via Sakai and in Hard Copy in lecture or via the Political Science essay drop box.  Essays will not be considered as “turned in” until the physical copy has been received.  Failure to submit in both hard and electronic copy will result in a grade of Zero.  Students with objections to submitting to Turnitin.com can be accommodated via the inclusion of an annotated bibliography with their essay after consultation with the professor.
 
Policy on Late Essays:  Essays submitted after 4:00pm on the due date will be assigned a penalty of -3% per day up to a maximum of 7 days late.   Essays that are submitted more than 7 days late will be assigned a grade of 0 (Zero).  Accommodations will be made for students who require them per the university policy posted at the end of this syllabus.
 
Topics:

  1. Is Canadian public policy subservient to American interests? Your answer must cite three or more specific examples and demonstrate how the policy was shaped by, or resisted, American influence.

 

  1. Examine Canadian policy towards human caused climate change – has Canada implemented policies which serve to effectively combat climate change, or have we continued to contribute to the problem? You might also suggest what we ought to be doing.

 

  1. Who has benefited from (or been harmed by) Globalization or “free trade”? You might consider: Canada, The United States, Developing countries, the wealthy, the poor, etc.   Ensure you craft an argument that directly answers this question and support it with specific examples.

 

  1. What should be Canada’s role in the world? You might consider our engagement with international organizations, peacekeeping, foreign aid, immigration, the USA, climate change, etc.  Strong essays will consider/demonstrate the viability of the suggested role for Canada.

 

  1. Is Globalization inevitable, or is it possible to slow, or even reverse the process of globalization?   Cite specific examples to support your argument.

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Canada and the Global Community

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Politics 1P93
Winter 2018: Essay Topics and Guidelines
For the term paper students are expected to write essay on one of the topics below. Students should write an 2000 word paper on one of the topics of their choosing, in the style of an argumentative research essay. The essay should have a clearly presented thesis, from which the argument flows naturally. You are expected to consult no less than five peer-reviewed academic sources not including the assigned readings for this course. The essay mark will be based on the logic of your argument, the clarity of your writing, the evidence you present to support your thesis, and the adherence to all assignment instructions.
 
Length:  2000 words  (not including footnotes, title page, bibliography)
Sources:  You  must include at least 5 academic (peer reviewed) sources.
 
Citation Style:  Chicago, Footnotes, with Bibliography
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
http://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/writing/chicago-turabian
 
Submission:  Essays will be submitted both Electronically to turnitin.com via Sakai and in Hard Copy in lecture or via the Political Science essay drop box.  Essays will not be considered as “turned in” until the physical copy has been received.  Failure to submit in both hard and electronic copy will result in a grade of Zero.  Students with objections to submitting to Turnitin.com can be accommodated via the inclusion of an annotated bibliography with their essay after consultation with the professor.
 
Policy on Late Essays:  Essays submitted after 4:00pm on the due date will be assigned a penalty of -3% per day up to a maximum of 7 days late.   Essays that are submitted more than 7 days late will be assigned a grade of 0 (Zero).  Accommodations will be made for students who require them per the university policy posted at the end of this syllabus.
 
Topics:

  1. Is Canadian public policy subservient to American interests? Your answer must cite three or more specific examples and demonstrate how the policy was shaped by, or resisted, American influence.

 

  1. Examine Canadian policy towards human caused climate change – has Canada implemented policies which serve to effectively combat climate change, or have we continued to contribute to the problem? You might also suggest what we ought to be doing.

 

  1. Who has benefited from (or been harmed by) Globalization or “free trade”? You might consider: Canada, The United States, Developing countries, the wealthy, the poor, etc.   Ensure you craft an argument that directly answers this question and support it with specific examples.

 

  1. What should be Canada’s role in the world? You might consider our engagement with international organizations, peacekeeping, foreign aid, immigration, the USA, climate change, etc.  Strong essays will consider/demonstrate the viability of the suggested role for Canada.

 

  1. Is Globalization inevitable, or is it possible to slow, or even reverse the process of globalization?   Cite specific examples to support your argument.

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