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CREATED ON 30th May 2018
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14. Compare and contrast the early Canadian feminists (the suffragists) with the second wave 20th century.

WDW102Y CONTEMPORARY CANADA RESEARCH ESSAY PROPOSAL (5%) Due: May 31, 2018 INSTRUCTIONS: Students must develop a written proposal for their research essay (approximately 1000-1250 words or four-five typed pages, double-spaced, 12 font). The purpose of the proposal is not only to familiarize the student with the topic but also to ensure that the student’s approach to the topic is workable and off to a good start. The proposal will require some preliminary research and background reading, but it will serve as a useful guide in completing the project. The proposal should consist of the following parts: 1. OBJECTIVES: Introduce the topic and explain the objectives or purpose of the essay in one solid paragraph combining a, b, and c. a) Topic • Identify the general topic to be analyzed. b) Background Questions • Answer simple questions about the topic, such as: Who was involved? What happened? Where and why did it take place? c) Thesis Statement • Clearly state what thesis or argument the essay is, probably, going to develop. 2. OUTLINE: Provide a preliminary outline of the essay. a) This should be in point form, including headings and subheadings, examples, etc., similar to these instructions. b) It should be clear from the outline how the essay will develop the thesis or argument by laying out the sections of the essay. 3. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: This is a list of sources with a paragraph of notes for each of your five sources. a) The Works Cited (MLA) should include at least five scholarly sources—books and peer-reviewed journal articles from a university library, besides any references to textbooks. Online academic journals or government websites are fine. b) The full bibliographic entry of each source in MLA format is followed by a one paragraph (5-7 sentences) description and evaluation of its strengths and weaknesses as a source and its usefulness for the essay.
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