Archive for April, 2012
How To Write A Political Science Paper
Writing a political science paper is difficulty for political science students. This is because the students do not know how to write a political science paper. A good political science paper should inform and persuade. Most of the political science students are not able to make the reader understand the content of the political science paper. This is because the students do not take time to prepare the paper. Besides completing their papers, the students have to finish other assignments and read. This prevents the student from carrying out research and writing the paper well. Also, the students are not able to get all the materials required to support their points so as to make the reader understand the content. The students are supposed to use different sources like secondary sources and also primary sources. Also, the students are supposed to organize the content of the paper well and format it using the right style. Most students fail to get good marks because they are not able to format their work well. Most lecturers grade the political science paper according to the writing style, content and organization. They also award grades according to the rate of plagiarism and also the grammatical mistakes. Students can follow the following guidelines when writing their political science paper. First, the students should identify the topic for the paper. The topic the student identifies should be easy. This is to enable him to organize the content well. The topic should also be wide. Narrow topics may hinder the student from explaining their points well due to lack of enough material. After identifying the topic, the students should develop the thesis statement and an outline. The thesis statement should be well constructed and relevant to the topic. The outline will guide the student in writing the political science paper.
The next step is writing the political science paper. In most cases, the papers involve supporting arguments. The student can take one side or both. The student should make the right choice so as to be able to structure the paper well. When writing the political science paper, the student should provide information that is relevant. The content used to support the thesis statement should be relevant and supported with the right evidence. The student should not just give his or her own opinion, but provide factual evidence. Also, the student should always answer the questions given even if he or she is not sure of the answer.
Challenging CPR (Criminology – Politics & Religion)
National statistics indicate that 64.8% of what the American public has been trained to believe about Criminology, Politics, and Religion (CPR) is in fact false.
Before reading any further, will anyone take the time to challenge the previous statistic? Probably not. It’s usually easier to commission others to “think for us”.
If Americans were told the truth about, why most people commit crimes, and what happens to their psyche when imprisoned, there would be less people imprisoned and less people willing to arbitrarily create and enforce laws to place them there.