Write a six-page, double-spaced, twelve-point font research paper in response to one of the prompts below. Outline, images (if used), and list of sources must be attached and are not counted in the six pages. Begin researching your topic: use class discussion notes and consult at least five sources in addition to the ones we read or saw. These must be scholarly articles (not mainstream media) and must include at least one book. Take good notes, include page numbers in your notes so you dont have to look them up later! Third, create an outline for your paper. You will attach this to the final draft. The value in this is that it will help you to organize your thoughts and decide where to put the information you found in the research process. In both your outline and the final paper, keep the 70%-30% ratio in mind: 70% of the paper should be YOUR thoughts and ideas and 30% should be your supporting sources. Last, write your paper. It must consist of an original title, introductory paragraph, in which you will clearly state your narrow, engaging thesis, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Your thesis must begin with the statement, In this paper, I will argue that Use Chicago Style of citations (footnotes) for in-text quotations and for your bibliography (for footnotes, go to https://www.easybib.com/guides/citation-guides/chicago-turabian/footnotes/ (Links to an external site.); for bibliography, see https://www.easybib.com/guides/citation-guides/chicago-turabian/quick-guide/ (Links to an external site.)) Tips: make your thesis as specific as possible
Deger, Jennifer. Thick Photography. Journal of Material Culture 21, no. 1 (March 2016): 11132. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359183515623312.
Bell, Morgan F. 2011. “SOME THOUGHTS ON “TAKING” PICTURES IMAGING “INDIANS” AND THE COUNTER-NARRATIVES OF VISUAL SOVEREIGNTY.” Great Plains Quarterly 31 (2): 85-104. https://colorado.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/some-thoughts-on-taking-pictures-imaging-indians/docview/869136411/se-2?accountid=14503.
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