Choose one of the following questions and write a 300–600 word response. Your response should be typed and can be submitted by email or hard copy on the day of the final exam, May 23. 1) Discuss the causes and effects of the global economic recession of the past few years in terms of geopolitics […]
This week’s lecture notes cover Chapters 11 and 13 of the Getis textbook and are available as two separate PDFs […]
Here is just a small sampling of topics that interest me and might hold interest for you as well. Be creative and choose something about which you would like to think and become more of an expert.
A PDF of the Term Paper Guidelines and Grading Rubric can be downloaded here: Term Paper Guidelines Term Paper Rubric Description Each student will write a paper on a topic of his or her choosing. Students may work individually or in pairs. The content of the paper will be developed incrementally throughout the course through […]
In a previous post, I provided some resources to help students with the writing process. However, I realized that those resources didn’t sufficiently cover pre-writing and outlining, and since an outline is due before the next class, I decided to provide some additional resources to help you get started with your outlines. The Purdue University […]
One of the objectives of the term papers is to think beyond the information found in Wikipedia or the New York Times. This means engaging with current research about the topic to see how other scholars and researchers are thinking about the topic and the types of questions they’re trying to understand. To this end, […]