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HSM 435 Week 3 Assignments Final Paper Prep NEW
Final Paper Prep. Review the Final Paper instructions in Week Five of your online course or in the “Components of Course Evaluation” section of this course guide. Develop a thesis statement and outline, and an annotated bibliography for at least five sources you intend to use for the Final Paper. Three of these sources must be found in the Ashford University Library. This written assignment will help you prepare for the Final Paper due in Week Five.
a. Thesis Statement: Develop a thesis statement. The thesis statement will be the point or claim you argue or prove in your paper.
b. Outline: At a minimum the outline should include the following:
Key issues and elements of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurricane Katrina
At least three psychological symptoms victims experienced from each disaster (Descriptions of the symptoms are not needed for this assignment; only identification of the symptom experienced, such as PTSD.)
c. Annotated Bibliography: Prepare annotated bibliography that includes five sources with three resources from the Ashford University Library. All five resources must be scholarly or professional sources such as an official government website. This summary should include the following information:
The author(s) of the source and APA citation
A brief summary of the source. (Identify what the article is about and/or explain what the author tested, etc.)
Brief explanation of how this source will contribute to your Final Recovery Plan.
d. Title Page and Reference Page: The assignment should include a properly formatted APA (6th edition) style title page and reference page. The reference page must include at least five scholarly or professional sources.
Academic Research: Students are reminded of Ashford University standards for academic research, which includes:
Primary (original) sources written by experts in the field of study
Secondary sources supported by research in primary sources
Credible sources (experts in the area of study)
Relevant research (materials are pertinent to the area of study)
Educational websites may be appropriate in some cases but should be evaluated carefully
Official Government Websites
The following are examples of what is not acceptable for academic research and referencing:
Wikipedia, other wikis, or blogs
Websites and other sources that do not provide quality researched materials (site does not use credible sources to support the information in the document)
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