Writing high quality argumentative essays is essential for International Development Studies: The essay should be based on any podcast from the “Global Development Primer” podcast (excluding season introductions) which are available here: https://anchor.fm/robert-huish • Develop a clear thesis statement. • Explain how and why the issue is important for international development. • Present a clear argument supported by reliable evidence. • Critically analyze the development issue chosen. • Be 8 pages: double spaced, 12 point font, 1 inch margins, not including bibliography (roughly 2,000 words) • Include proper references and a bibliography of sources. • Essays will be evaluated on the basis of the following criteria: the development of a clear and convincing argument, use of reliable and relevant sources; logical organization of ideas; grammar and writing style; documentation and bibliography. The standard formatting requirements are: double-spaced and double-sided, 12 point Times New Roman font, one inch margins and no extra spaces between paragraphs. Students are to use APA referencing and citation style for all references and bibliographies and should cite the page number(s) for any specific information or ideas from books and journal articles in addition to direct quotation. Papers will be scrutinized through Urkund software for academic integrity. Plagiarized papers will be sent to the academic integrity officer.
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