Review the readings and choose a subject of interest for a 10-12 page research paper. All topics related to this course are pre-approved, but if unsure if your topic is appropriate you can post it under the Questions for Dr. C tab and I will gladly confirm if it will work. Your opinion related to the topic you choose does not determine your grade. Your grade is determined by how well you support your argument utilizing the materials discussed in this course and research and reference material you locate. What I do not want is a regurgitation of what is in the text. Expand on the readings, do not repeat them. Document your facts utilizing standard APA 7th edition style. This paper is to be submitted to me as indicated on the Course Schedule and Grading Policy Summary Table. The paper is to be in APA format and the body of the paper is to be between 10 and 12 pages. The body of the paper does not include the title page, table of contents, QUOTES, images, appendix or references. This is to be of high quality, free of spelling and grammatical errors, and of original work. Plagiarism will be dealt with harshly. You are to title your paper by your last name. For example, my paper would be called “conkey.docx” with “.docx” being the MS Word file extension. You are to submit your paper via the Assignments tab and corresponding assignment course site prior to the due date as indicated in the Course Schedule and Grading Policy Summary Table. For this assignment: 1) Your research paper is automatically processed by turnitin.com upon submission. 2) You must submit your research paper to this assignment as a Word document. 3) The research paper must be supported by a minimum of 5 academic peer reviewed sources
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