Position/Research Paper This paper should also include at least three outside scholarly sources relevant to the weekly theme.Tips for writing a position paper: Avoid summarizing the readings. Use the position papers to respond critically to the readings (the entire set for that week, although you may privilege one or two), to raise thoughtful questions and to make connections to course material from the previous weeks. In writing your response, try to create conversations across articles. For example, you could identify key themes aIDressed by the authors noting the differences/similarities in their perspectives and/or how a point raised by one author expands the discussion. A strong position paper will make reference to the theoretical frameworks developed.
NOTE: For the research/position paper, the three aIDitional scholarly sources must be incorporated into the discussion and fully referenced in the bibliography.
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