I’m studying and need help with a Communications question to help me learn.
Looking to have someone complete the research paper assignment below. You can choose from any of the topics listed below. I need the paper and the anotated bib by 14 Feb.
- Your essay should be double-spaced, twelve-point Times New Roman, and should adhere to APA format, including a “References” page and in-text parenthetical citations.
- Your entire submission should be in the ballpark of 10 to 15 pages.
- Your paper should comply with academic standards, with a clear thesis, paragraphing and organization throughout, and a conclusion that not only summarizes but ends on a lift.
You should have a clear angle on one of the topics below, and this will constitute your thesis. For example, if I choose “copyright” as my topic, I could state that my angle would be music, and how the Internet has complicated music copyrights through file sharing. My research could focus on Napster, from about a decade and a half ago, and talk about litigation and more recent controversies. You can see from this how I took one general topic (“copyright”) and found an angle on it. There are numerous possibilities for each topic.
The goal here is to get a wedge into one of our topics and to explore it in even deeper fashion. Your approach to your thesis can be argumentative, informative, or analytical – or a combination therein. If you are unsure, please feel free to run a tentative thesis by me via message or email.
- Social Media
- Attention Economy
- Data Mining
- Online Advertising
- Online or Digital News Media
This course uses the American Psychological Association (APA) format for scholarly writing. References and citations must adhere to the proper format for all written work presented including essays, discussion postings, and essay exams. Your research should be documented by citing one or more credible sources such as the course readings and videos, scholarly articles and books, or educational websites. Wikipedia and any similar online reference sites where the content may be authored by anyone are not considered credible sources for scholarly writing.