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I would to have an essay for this research question. Also to let you know, this project is a part of another project. I did the first one which is annotated bibliography for 6 sources about this topic and I will upload the file. If you find the sources that I chose are not matching the assignment, feel free to change some of them.
This is my research question : How have fossil fuels contributed to global warming and ozone holes specifically in the Middle East in term of globalization? 1000 words & an outline.
My thesis statement : Due to the heavy carbon dioxide coming from the Middle Eastern fossil fuels, the atmosphere has experienced numerous negative impacts. This includes but is not limited to the melting of glaciers, climate change, droughts, and holes in the ozone which undeniably threaten the Earth.
Project 2 is an 800-1000 word literature review arguing that a scholarly conversation on a topic has changedâ€”or has not changedâ€”over a period of time. This project uses at least four sources, two of which must be published between 2000 and 2010, and two of which must be published between 2011 and 2017. Project 2 is a Global Citizens Assignment that conforms to Learning Outcomes objectives D, E, and F.
An outline that presents your main points with supporting evidence. Include sources and evidence in the form of quotes or paraphrasing in addition to your argument.
800-1,000 word literature review that argues how a scholarly conversation about your chosen topic has changedâ€”or not changedâ€”over a period of time, using two sources published between 2000 and 2010 and two sources published between 2011 and 2016. You should integrate summarized, paraphrased, and quoted materials from your four sources to demonstrate your understanding and provide support for your thesis.
For this project, you will find six sources surrounding your topic question and create an annotated bibliography. Then narrow those six sources down to four (two sources published between 2000 and 2010 and two sources published between 2011 and 2016) that demonstrate change or lack of change in perspective over time.
You will create an 800-1,000 word literature review concerning global and cultural interrelationships and interdependencies across place and time that includes the following:
- An introduction that states your thesis (a claim) about how the scholarly conversation has changed over time
- Evidence from the research you did in Project 1 to support your thesis; quote, summarize, and paraphrase according to MLA or APA guidelines
- Four sources from your annotated bibliography, two sources published between 2000 and 2010, and two sources published between 2011 and 2016
- Connections between sources (comparisons and contrasts) to support your argument
In Project 2, you will research and write a literature review that argues how a scholarly conversation about your chosen topic has changedâ€“or not changedâ€“over a period of time. Your audience for this project is an academic audience who is unfamiliar with the topic and changes in perspectives regarding the topic. Project 1 lays the foundation of research and understanding of scholarship concerning global and cultural interrelationships and interdependencies across place and time. You will further develop your research question to reflect the evolution of the research process as it moves from an annotated bibliography to an evidence-based academic essay.
Terms You Should Know
- Literature Review: A report that overviews and evaluates scholarship about a topic
- Conversation: Two sides of a topic, often contrasting
- Historical perspective: A way of seeing a topic in the context of its time period
- Thesis: The main idea/purpose/argument of the essay
- Historiography: Tracing how perspectives on a topic have changed over time
- Revision: Adding, removing, or modifying parts of writing
- Evidence: Support for an argument