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Part 1: Introduction
Your introduction should clearly introduce and explain the key concerns of your research project.
This paragraph(s) contains the following:
Topic and general significance – what is the topic? What is its contexts? Why it should matter to others?
Clear explanation(s) of key terms and ideas
Working thesis/research question(s)
Part 2: Discussion of Source Material
This section presents an “annotated bibliography” of 6-8 scholarly sources. Annotated bibliographies offer a description and evaluation of each source and its relevance to your project.
Each entry in your annotated bibliography should follow the template:
~200 words per source
a. Begin with the title of the article, book, and/or chapter, the author, and the conversation the article participates in or the problem it addresses in one sentence.
b. What are the qualifications and credibility of the author?
c. Summarize the main findings of the article.
d. Is the argument/finding convincing? What is left out? What questions does it suggest?
e. How is this article significant to your topic and specific focus?
f. How might you use this source in your paper (e.g. in the introduction, conclusion, a specific section, supporting statistic, an opposing viewpoint, etc)?
Part 3: Outline
Include an outline of the proposed organization of your research paper. The format of the outline is up to you, as long as the following information is included:
Introduction: What information should be included in the introduction?
Body of the Paper: Divide your paper into sections.
What sections will your research paper have? What should be the first section? and subsequent sections? What information should be in each section?
Part 4: Reference List / Works Cited
A list of the sources cited in the proposal and those you plan to use for your paper, using APA formatting