Intercultural Concept Analysis Paper Due as noted in Learn by 11:59 pmThis paper will be your opportunity to discuss your understanding of class readings, concepts, and discussions. The purpose of this paper is to help you synthesize and analyze different ideas and concepts, not just summarize them.The first step is to select a specific topic or concept to explore. Then, chose one of the articles assigned this semester that discusses that concept. Next, fine two academic articles in the field of communication that also discusses this concept. I recommend using the EBSCO host search for the Communication & Mass Media Complete database through the Cline’s website.After reading your independently selected articles, you will write a 4-5 page paper. • You may want to begin your search by consulting the following journals: Journal of International & Intercultural Communication; Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies; Communication, Culture & Critique Start by offering a clear definition of the concept under discussion as defined by the authors’ of the articles you have selected. This is your chance to move beyond using a dictionary for definition, look at the course reading and academic journal articles and see how the author define the concept. They may not spell it out completely, you may have to read between the lines and paraphrase their definition. You will be graded on your engagement of the material and your grasp of the concept discussed in class. Use the same process that you have been practicing in the collaborative reading assignments. How do the three articles discuss the same concept: do they agree with each other, do they approach the concepts differently (disagree with each), does one of the articles complicate or expand the discussion of the concept? These are all elements that can be addressed in this paper. Draw on the readings in a thoughtful, meaningful manner. Use direct quotes sparingly, a quote should be used to support what conclusion you draw, not replace your own voice. This is not about your opinion but building an argument. Provide academic evidence to support your point. As such, this paper should be written in third person rather than using “I” or “we”. Be sure to provide page numbers for direct quotes in addition to author(s) last name and year of publication for all citations. Include a references page for any reading or text mentioned in your article. Formatting • 1-inch margins all the way around. • Double-spaced, no extra spacing between paragraphs. • 12 pt. font, Times New Roman • APA format for in-text citations and references at end of paper. Use APA style to cite and reference readings. Assistance on APA format is available through the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): Recommendations and Tips • Be sure to proofread your answers carefully, spelling and grammar count. • Aim for 2.5 paragraphs for each page. More than that and the paragraphs are too short, less and they are too long.
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