For your third and final paper, I’d like you to make a connection between your chosen major and the themes and ideas that we’ve been studying this semester. Your task is to investigate gender issues within your field, to discuss the approaches that practitioners in your field take to questions of gender, and to argue your own perspective.To accomplish this, you will need to narrow your topic very carefully. “Gender in business” is far too broad, for example; “the causes of gender imbalance within the accounting profession” is a much more manageable topic.Directions: Write a 4- to 6-page (1000- to 1500-word) paper that identifies a gender issue in your field, that reports on scholarly research within that area, that analyzes that research, and that synthesizes that research into your own argument.Your paper should meet the following formal requirements:• 4-6 pages (1000-1500 words)• Double-spaced• Serif font (Times New Roman, Garamond)• 12-point type• Name, course number, date in upper right of first page• Name, page number in upper right of subsequent pages• Title• Sources cited in format appropriate to your area of study (APA. MLA, Chicago, etc.)• List of references in appropriate format• Sources include at least two scholarly articlesCriteria for grading:I will grade your paper according to the following criteria:Thesis 20%Your thesis should be arguable and narrow enough to support in the space allotted.Research and citation 20%Your research should be thorough and should come from peer-reviewed, scholarly sources. All citations, both in-text and on the Works Cited page, should be in perfect MLA, APA, or Chicago style (no mixing styles!), depending on the nature of your argument.Support/argument 20%You should use specific examples to illustrate and argue your thesis. You will also have to identify and argue against any potential counterarguments to your thesis.Structure/Introduction and Conclusion 20%Paragraphs should be unified and organized. Your overall argument should proceed logically.The introduction should orient the reader to the topic, foreshadow the thesis, create interest, and indicate the significance of the topic. You might start with a general observation that narrows down to your thesis.Your conclusion may summarize the argument and restate the thesis VERY briefly, but more importantly it should answer the question “so what?”, perhaps pointing the reader toward a new (related) idea or toward the possibility for further scholarship.Language and mechanics 20%Of course your language should be correct in grammar, spelling, punctuation, usage, syntax, and word choice. Your paper should be revised, edited and proofread before coming to me.
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