Choose andphotocopy/print FOUR articles and/or book chapters that will help you answer the research questions about your topic.Do not use the source that you used for your response paper. These four sources must be ones that you listed in your Research Proposal Paper, and that I approved. (If you would like to switch one or more sources, you must show me the new source and get my approval.) Your sources must be several pages long. You will use these four sources, along with your interview with a professor and the source you used for your Response Paper, when you write your final research paper. These sources must be at least three pages in length, not counting charts, diagrams, or figures, and must explore the controversial aspects of your topic or take a position regarding the controversy.
While reading the selected source, take notes on note cards. On each note card, write down one important quotation OR one fact/idea that you wish to use in your paper. On each note card, you must include the author’s last name and the page number on which the quotation, fact, or idea appeared (if the source has page numbers—some web sources do not).
Using the articles and/or book chapters you have selected, write FOURone-page to one-and-a-half-page casebook entry for each article or book chapter. Include a photocopy of each source when you turn them in. As you write, keep in mind that your instructor and your classmates are your audience. You need to write in a way that will make sense to them even if they have not read the source you are writing about. As far as is possible, write in a way that is understandable to people who are not specialists in your field.
Each of the four casebook entries should follow the following format:
-A brief summary of the main idea of your source. Be sure that you refer to the author of your source, using his/her last name.
-A paragraph in which you explain which of your original research questions your sources addresses, and how.
Important Dates for Casebook:
First draft of one casebook entry + several note cards:
First draft of a second casebook entry + several more note cards:
We will be peer reviewing each this case book entry on this day. Please bring two copies with you.
Final draft of entire case book plus all note cards:
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