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Professor Sutherland: "Assignment # 4 is built off of any of [the first three assignments]. The task is to begin with any one paper and to develop it with research"

Context: To understand how research can deepen your understanding of a topic

  1. Censorship; "Gates" article about public library computers. Example: First Amendment and how authors dismiss it
  2. Same Sex Marriage: Example: man "adopted" his lover when SSM was not legal; now they cannot marry because they are legally father and son
  3. Oleanna: sexual harassment and entrapment

General goals for today:

  • What it means to research legitimate sources (journals, for example)
    • Understand the difference between academic journals and popular magazines and newspapers
  • Locate information from the library databases
  • Explore the options of MLA citation--in text and works cited

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