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Hello, follow is the requirement, i would like to focus on the “Chinese science fiction” I will provide the secondary reading to you. And a proper annotated bibliography. Please read the requirement and check if you meet all the requirements. Thank you.

Instructions for your final paper in 5 Easy Parts:

1.LENGTH:Please write a 6-8 page paper (approximately 1500 words, or 6 pages in 12-point standard font like Times or Arial, with standard margins, double-spaced) not including bibliography and illustrations.No maximum word length.

2.TOPIC:Please write a paper on something directly related to what we have studied for this course—for example, Chinese science fiction, martial arts, popular music, romance fiction, popular television, etc.For example, you can choose to dive deeper into a topic we have explored in class (do you want to know more about martial arts film?Chinese science fiction? Etc.), or you can compare popular culture of the past with popular culture of the present (how do debates about the ethics of print culture in China a hundred years ago relate to debates about the ethics of internet culture in China and Sinophone contexts today?).You can also compare and contrast several examples of literature, film, music, or other popular cultural forms (for example, why not read a few science fiction novels and introduce them to someone unfamiliar with Chinese science fiction?).Or you can simply do more reading on a topic you are interested in, and develop your readings into an informative, book-report-style essay.Whatever you choose, just make sure that a) it relates directly to our course; and b) that you find it interesting!

3.YOUR OWN WORDS:You must write the paper yourself.Please do not copy another student’s work, and do not plagiarize the work of other scholars and sources.Please submit the paper through TurnItIn on TritonEd so that we can verify its originality.NOTE:You are expected to quote other sources, but please use either MLA or Chicago-style bibliographic and footnote/endnote citation styles (if you are familiar with a sociological or other formal disciplinary annotation style, you may use that too). Whatever format you choose, please apply the same format to all sources and citations in your paper.Also, no matter what, please include a bibliography at the end of the paper.HINT:If you’re not sure how to do a bibliography, ask a librarian for help, or model your bibliography precisely on the bibliography from one of our required readings.

4.PLEASE INCLUDE:For your paper, please read and use the

following:

  1. At least one of the required secondary readings from this class;

EXAMPLE:Chen Pingyuan, “From Popular Science to Science Fiction: An Investigation of ‘Flying Machines,” in David Pollard, ed., Translation and Creation: Readings of Western Literature in Early Modern China. Amsterdan, Philadelphia: J. Benjamins, 1998, pp. 209-40.

  1. At least one additional example of a film, story, musical work, or other form of popular culture from the area you are researching;

EXAMPLE:Liu, Cixin.The Three-Body Problem (Ken Liu, trans.). Tor Books, 2016.

  1. At least two items chosen from among the supplementary readings on reserve through UCSD library, and/or from the Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (MCLC) online database https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/.(In the MCLC online database, you can search for subheadings on “Media/Film,” “Music,” “Visual Arts,” and Literature,” and then look for more specific topics such as “science fiction” or “martial arts”:General | Internet / Digital | Radio | Documentary | Television | TV/Radio Stations | https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/media/other/; and also on Children’s Lit; Internet Lit; Science Fiction, and so on:https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/lit/theme-1/.Once you’ve found a title that looks interesting, you will have to locate the actual reading in the library, online, or elsewhere…and then of course read it ☺, and include discussion of it in your paper).

EXAMPLE:

  1. Qian, Jiang. “Translation and the Development of Science Fiction in Twentieth –Century China.” Science Fiction Studies 40, 1 (2013): 116-32. [https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/lit/theme-1/#SF]
  1. Jia, Liyuan. “Gloomy China: China’s Image in Han Song’s Science Fiction.” Science Fiction Studies 40, 1 (2013). [https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/lit/theme-1/#SF]
  1. A detailed bibliography of all sources that you use in your paper, including where you found them.The bibliography should come at the end of your paper, and have its own page.You should provide the full citation for each item on the list, and, at the end of each citation, also say [in brackets] where you found it (e.g., [required readings], [supplementary readings on library reserve], or [MCLC database]).As long as you include the above A, B, and C sources, you are free to use any additional sources that you wish.HINT:Don’t forget to use either footnotes or endnotes in the rest of your paper when quoting items in your bibliography.

EXAMPLE:

  1. Chen Pingyuan. “From Popular Science to Science Fiction: An Investigation of ‘Flying Machines,” in David Pollard, ed., Translation and Creation: Readings of Western Literature in Early Modern China. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: J. Benjamins, 1998, pp. 209-40.[required readings]
  1. Liu, Cixin.The Three-Body Problem (Ken Liu, trans.). Tor Books, 2016.[supplementary readings on library reserve]
  1. Qian, Jiang. “Translation and the Development of Science Fiction in Twentieth –Century China.” Science Fiction Studies 40, 1 (2013): 116-32. [MCLC database: https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/lit/theme-1/#SF]
  1. Jia, Liyuan. “Gloomy China: China’s Image in Han Song’s Science Fiction.” Science Fiction Studies 40, 1 (2013). [MCLC database: https://u.osu.edu/mclc/bibliographies/lit/theme-1/…]
  1. Barnett, David.“’People hope my book will be China’s ‘Star Wars’: Liu Cixin on China’s Exploding Sci-Fi Scene,” in The Guardian online, December 14, 2016 edition: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/dec/14/liu-….Accessed 12/31/2017.

5.CHECKLIST before you turn in your final paper:Don’t forget

that…

  1. You must cite materials appropriately (meaning you must refer to page numbers and sources every time you use material from a bibliographic item).
  2. YOU MUST NOT COPY AND PASTE SOURCES FROM THE INTERNET or from other people without EXPLICITLY SAYING WHERE THESE SOURCES COME FROM.If you don’t give proper credit to your sources, it is considered plagiarism.
  3. Your paper must be in your own words, but you CAN and SHOULD quote from other people and articles—as long as you cite them in the bibliography.
  4. You must actually read everything yourself.You must refer to what your read in your paper.
  5. You must include a complete bibliography of materials at the end of your paper.
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