write an academic paper

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1. Topic should be your headline start with on the top of the page (cover Page)

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and also on the top of the Page to start with introduction.

2. Format of the paper is very important with all requirements I have listed.

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3. Make sure your objective statement is clear in Introduction related to your

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topic.

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4. Citations must be complete wherever you write your experience from reading,

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such as your writing contents in Introduction, Literature review, Methodology

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section, Analysis section, etc.

5. Make sure to follow the reference and citation procedure by APA guidelines

that I posted. Citations must have authors' last names, yr of publication, and P#,

p. you have read from). In your literature review where you would have to

provide many citations because you would have to read many articles and

books, magazines for understanding how other authors made contribution to

this area of your research topic.

6. Make sure your methodology of research analysis is clear even though it

could be a just paragraph. It has to have your model structure of analysis with

identification of variables and their relationship and how to measure. Then state

the type of data (mostly secondary I suppose) of those variables and sources of

data collection and why the research approach is qualitative or quantitative

(briefly give reasons).

7. Analysis part is the longest section of your research paper and it has to have

detail data with chart, table and graphs (make sure to give sources of those

information) with your own analysis in your own words including the results of

your analysis related to you objective mentioned in Introduction section.

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8. Conclusion section could be very brief containing your results from analysis

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and how did you fulfill your objective or not and strengths and weaknesses of

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your paper and policy recommendations, if any.

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9. Make sure you list your references based on APA guidelines, I posted a

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sample of references in the folder to follow.

10. Abstract is your brief summary of your research paper to be written in 200

words or less after completion of your research work. The contents for abstract

must include objective from Introduction, research methodology used, research

results and concluding points. Abstract has to be placed before the Introduction

section write after the table of contents with page #s.

Grade Rubric:

Abstract, Intro, Literature review, Methodology and Conclusion sections will carry a maximum of 4 points each for 20 points.

Analysis:

Guidelines of Writing Assignments 1. Writing Style: The following general style as guided by APA(www.apa.org) a. Font size 12, Time New Roman, normal (not bold), double spaced, the first line of each paragraph of the paper must be indented to the right by 1 inch on the ruler, and no bold or italic except some quotation or highlighting certain important points or referenced comments by someone else. b. Not to copy any one’s writing of article/book/news clip used, except quoting with appropriate reference with parenthesis(to be discussed in the class) c. Will explain in the class how to write the list of references and will also be posted in on-line supplement web. d. Avoid writing: I, we, you, me, us, ours, etc. e. Header of each page on the right corner should highlight the core subject of your topic/assignment (to be discussed in the class) and your name f. The Length of the assignment: the maximum size would be three pages 2. The Seven Cs of Effective Writing The following guidelines can help students with the 7 Cs of Effective Writing on assignments. Providing the 7 Cs is a useful way of instilling sound writing habits. Effective writing has the following seven characteristics: 1. Complete - Effective writing uses topic sentences, explanations, and supporting evidence. It has only one main idea in each sentence and one main idea in each paragraph. 2. Concise - Effective writing does not use unnecessary words, trite phrases, or redundancies. 3. Courteous - The tone of effective writing avoids demeaning or patronizing language, sexist or other offensive terminology, inappropriate humor, accusatory tone, terse wording, and imperative voice (expresses a request or demand). 4. Concrete - Active, right-branching sentences (sentences that start with a subject, followed by a verb and object) are characteristic of effective writing. Avoid abstract words whenever possible. 5. Clear - Effective writing is clear and unambiguous. Subjects and verbs agree, and pronoun antecedents are clear. In addition, the writing is free of jargon and slang. 6. Coherent- Organization is key to effective writing. Sentences should flow in a logical sequence and not "jar" the reader. Transitional elements should show the relationship of one idea to another. 7. Correct- Mechanically correct writing is a hallmark of effective writing. The writing must be mechanically correct with regard to spelling, grammar, usage, punctuation, and format.
The following steps are useful to write effective research paper: 1. Topic Selection: Select a topic from the various issues discussed in the class in the field of economic development. You may also select your choice of topic from the issues you have already addressed in weekly assignments. 2. Make sure the topic your have selected is relevant to the subject and does fit to your areas of interest in the subject. 3. The title of the topic must make sense and gives your audience a clear idea about the issue and focus of your research paper. 4. Your Topic selection is your first step. Once you are settled with your topic (you may also change or modify the topic title after you finish your writing depending on what you have come up with your end results of the term paper), the following general organizational structure of your paper should follow: -Introduction: includes your reason for the interest in the topic, its relevance with some examples of the issues, quotes from other writers in the same issue, importance and objective of your paper -Literature Review: This section should include your study on this area published in different literature. You may sub-divide this section into different categories of areas you have studied and summarize the findings in your own critical words. Providing proper citations are very important in this section. -Method of Analysis: This section will include the appropriate approach of your analysis of the paper in the next section. This approach could be qualitative, quantitative, or both depending on your time and resource constraints to take the right approach. This methodology will clearly state the model structure you will be using and how you will collect data/information with sources (primary or secondary and why). You will also justify your approach you have taken, given other alternatives you could have. -Analysis: Based on your approach mentioned in the previous section, this section will be main contents of your paper. This section will cover your data/information, analytical approach, tables, graphs, etc. -Conclusion: Your findings in the Analysis section will give you clue to draw the conclusion very briefly, which will also include your own remarks explaining how you have fulfilled your objectives in your Introduction Section at the outset. The above section will be followed by your list of references. The abstract (the summary of the entire paper) should be written after finishing your paper and must be placed on Page 1 of your paper. However, Your paper must have a cover page followed by table of contents before the page 1. I will go over that more details in the class.
A list of Suggested Research Topics on Human Capital and Econ Development N. Aman The following potential Topics (not limited to) may be reviewed for consideration for selecting the Term Paper. 1. Application of Technology and Social Media in Economic development for Developing Countries 2. Role of women and women’s empowerment in econ development 3. Role of Human Capital in Econ Development in Developing World and/or Emerging Economies 4. Role of Institutions on Higher education and Healthcare in Econ Development: A case study of ?????? 5. Role of Environmental Policy to sustainable Econ Development 6. Education and its effect on Labor Force participation in China for rapid econ development 7. Integrated Rural Development in China and its impact on Economic Development 8. Modernization of Economic Policy in China and its economic development 9. Population Growth and its policy Implications for sustainable Econ Growth and Development: A comparative Analysis for China and India 10. The role of Foreign Investment and Technology Support in Econ Dev in LDCs 11. Human Development Index and its relevance in measuring Econ Development 12.Urbanization and Sustainable Econ Development in Emerging Economies or LDCs 13. Economic Planning and its impact on economic development for India, China and other similar adapting countries 14. Education for disadvantaged women and children and its impact on econ development 15. China’s On-Child Policy and its effect on Social and economic development: Present and future 16. Environmental Policy and its impact on econ development: A case study of Haiti and Dominican Republic 17. Agricultural Development Policy in Sub-Saharan African countries and its impact 18. Market Friendly Econ Policy for econ development: A case study for ??????? 19. Technological progress and its impact on the economy of S. Korea 20. Role of NGOs such as BRAC and Grameen Bank (Micro-Credit) in Reducing Poverty, Gender Inequality, Child Education, and Women’s Empowerment in Bangladesh
Guidelines of Writing Assignments 1. Writing Style: The following general style as guided by APA(www.apa.org) a. Font size 12, Time New Roman, normal (not bold), double spaced, the first line of each paragraph of the paper must be indented to the right by 1 inch on the ruler, and no bold or italic except some quotation or highlighting certain important points or referenced comments by someone else. b. Not to copy any one’s writing of article/book/news clip used, except quoting with appropriate reference with parenthesis(to be discussed in the class) c. Will explain in the class how to write the list of references and will also be posted in on-line supplement web. d. Avoid writing: I, we, you, me, us, ours, etc. e. Header of each page on the right corner should highlight the core subject of your topic/assignment (to be discussed in the class) and your name f. The Length of the assignment: the maximum size would be three pages 2. The Seven Cs of Effective Writing The following guidelines can help students with the 7 Cs of Effective Writing on assignments. Providing the 7 Cs is a useful way of instilling sound writing habits. Effective writing has the following seven characteristics: 1. Complete - Effective writing uses topic sentences, explanations, and supporting evidence. It has only one main idea in each sentence and one main idea in each paragraph. 2. Concise - Effective writing does not use unnecessary words, trite phrases, or redundancies. 3. Courteous - The tone of effective writing avoids demeaning or patronizing language, sexist or other offensive terminology, inappropriate humor, accusatory tone, terse wording, and imperative voice (expresses a request or demand). 4. Concrete - Active, right-branching sentences (sentences that start with a subject, followed by a verb and object) are characteristic of effective writing. Avoid abstract words whenever possible. 5. Clear - Effective writing is clear and unambiguous. Subjects and verbs agree, and pronoun antecedents are clear. In addition, the writing is free of jargon and slang. 6. Coherent- Organization is key to effective writing. Sentences should flow in a logical sequence and not "jar" the reader. Transitional elements should show the relationship of one idea to another. 7. Correct- Mechanically correct writing is a hallmark of effective writing. The writing must be mechanically correct with regard to spelling, grammar, usage, punctuation, and format.

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