What was the impact of the sexual revolution and women’s rights on the political and social landscape?

What was the impact of the sexual revolution and women’s rights on the political and social landscape?

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Research Paper

For this assignment, you are tasked with writing an original research paper. You will pick from one of the topics listed below, make a historical argument (see Competency 1 if you need help here), and write an entirely original work. I have provided some parameters for the assignment below to give you guidance:

Word count should be at least 1,250, but no more than 1,750. Only the original body text of the paper will be considered for length. Word count does not include titles, citations, quotations, page numbers, headers, footnotes, and so forth.

1-inch margins one each side, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font for the entire paper.

Cite at least 1 academic journal and at least 1 primary source. You need at least 5 sources total. The university library has great databases with journals and primary sources that can be found here: http://www.tamuc.edu/library/ Be very careful of outside internet sources. Some websites look legitimate but are not. By all means, you can start at Wikipedia to get an idea where to look for information, but you need to find the underlying source of that information and use it. Do not cite Wikipedia or the like—they are just starting points for you to find sources. There is contact information on the library website to get a hold of our librarians. They are an awesome resource—do not be afraid to use them if you need help gathering resources.

Pick a style guide for citations (APA or Chicago are my preferences) and stick with the one you choose.

Here is a resource for APA: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/ Here is a resource for Chicago: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/ While I will not be extremely picky here on format, you need to have consistency, and it needs to be clear what sources you are using and how to find them if someone were to verify your sources. I strongly suggest that you stick to one of these style guides to be safe.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and you will get zero credit for your paper if you use words that are not your own and you do not properly cite them.

In general, you should be paraphrasing and citing sources, while adding your perspective to their context, instead of quoting. However, if a quote is powerful and adds great substance, you can include it and cite it properly. But, no quotations will count towards word count- no matter how well applied. I will be running your papers through a plagiarism checker: Turnitin.com. To alleviate any fears about this, I do not base any grade decisions on some specific percentage that the website spits back to me. Instead, I look at what the report highlights, and where it is from, to see if anything has been copied without citation from another person.

https://myleoonline.tamuc.edu/d2l/home/37502
http://www.tamuc.edu/library/
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/
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Topics: Choose one topic from the options below for your paper

What was the impact of the sexual revolution and women’s rights on the political and social landscape? You must answer with details from the time period and cover both policies and society. Focus on tangible impacts.

Rubric:

Strength of Thesis: 10% total Clarity- 5% Defensibility- 5%

Appropriateness of Thesis: 15% total Is a historical argument (usually an argument of causation or impact)- 5% Follows subject of prompt- 5% Is in alignment with the evidence presented throughout the paper- 5%

Format, Professionalism, Structure, and Clarity: 20% total Consistency with style guide- 5% Organized delivery of supporting arguments and evidence- 5% Use of formal grammar and spelling conventions- 5% Meaning and purpose of every sentence is clear- 5%

Depth and Analysis: 40% Demonstrates required breadth of research, with competent understanding of information- 20% Analysis is focused, clear, and supports thesis of paper- 10% Analysis demonstrates critical thinking and nuance- 10%

Works Cited or Bibliography: 15% Follows style guide- 5% Clear attribution of all sources used for paper- 10% Note: Failure to clearly attribute a source is a form of plagiarism that will result in a ‘0’ for the submission. The same will apply to any other forms of plagiarism present in your submission.

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Research Paper Assignment

For this assignment, you are tasked with writing an original research paper. You will pick from one of the topics listed below, make a historical argument (see Competency 1 if you need help here), and write an entirely original work. I have provided some parameters for the assignment below to give you guidance:

Word count should be at least 1,250, but no more than 1,750. Only the original body text of the paper will be considered for length. Word count does not include titles, citations, quotations, page numbers, headers, footnotes, and so forth.

1-inch margins one each side, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font for the entire paper. Cite at least 1 academic journal and at least 1 primary source. You need at least 5 sources total.

The university library has great databases with journals and primary sources that can be found here: http://www.tamuc.edu/library/ Be very careful of outside internet sources. Some websites look legitimate but are not. By all means, you can start at Wikipedia to get an idea where to look for information, but you need to find the underlying source of that information and use it. Do not cite Wikipedia or the like—they are just starting points for you to find sources. There is contact information on the library website to get a hold of our librarians. They are an awesome resource—do not be afraid to use them if you need help gathering resources.

Pick a style guide for citations (APA or Chicago are my preferences) and stick with the one you choose.

Here is a resource for APA: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/ Here is a resource for Chicago: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/ While I will not be extremely picky here on format, you need to have consistency, and it needs to be clear what sources you are using and how to find them if someone were to verify your sources. I strongly suggest that you stick to one of these style guides to be safe.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and you will get zero credit for your paper if you use words that are not your own and you do not properly cite them.

In general, you should be paraphrasing and citing sources, while adding your perspective to their context, instead of quoting. However, if a quote is powerful and adds great substance, you can include it and cite it properly. But, no quotations will count towards word count- no matter how well applied. I will be running your papers through a plagiarism checker: Turnitin.com. To alleviate any fears about this, I do not base any grade decisions on some specific percentage that the website spits back to me. Instead, I look at what the report highlights, and where it is from, to see if anything has been copied without citation from another person.

This assignment counts as 1/5 of your overall grade. You must pass this assignment to pass the course.

It will be graded on a 100-point scale, with an 80 or higher being a passing grade. You can submit your paper a total of 3 times with the newest grade counting. I will not be grading rough drafts. If you submit a paper to me, it needs to be a final version. You will be graded on the rubric at the bottom of the page.

Submit your paper before the last week of the term if you want opportunities for feedback before submitting another attempt. I will be flooded with things to grade the last week, and you do not want to miss out on opportunities to do revisions and submit another attempt.

Topic for your paper

What was the impact of the sexual revolution and women’s rights on the political and social landscape? You must answer with details from the time period and cover both policies and society. Focus on tangible impacts.

https://myleoonline.tamuc.edu/d2l/le/content/37502/viewContent/332610/View
http://www.tamuc.edu/library/
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/1/
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/
5/24/2019

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Rubric:

Strength of Thesis: 10% total Clarity- 5% Defensibility- 5%

Appropriateness of Thesis: 15% total Is a historical argument (usually an argument of causation or impact)- 5% Follows subject of prompt- 5% Is in alignment with the evidence presented throughout the paper- 5%

Format, Professionalism, Structure, and Clarity: 20% total Consistency with style guide- 5% Organized delivery of supporting arguments and evidence- 5% Use of formal grammar and spelling conventions- 5% Meaning and purpose of every sentence is clear- 5%

Depth and Analysis: 40% Demonstrates required breadth of research, with competent understanding of information- 20% Analysis is focused, clear, and supports thesis of paper- 10% Analysis demonstrates critical thinking and nuance- 10%

Works Cited or Bibliography: 15% Follows style guide- 5% Clear attribution of all sources used for paper- 10% Note: Failure to clearly attribute a source is a form of plagiarism that will result in a ‘0’ for the submission. The same will apply to any other forms of plagiarism present in your submission.

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