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Journalism 2000 - Cross-Cultural Journalism: Citations and Style

You've found articles. Now what?

  • Read the articles
  • Write a 4- full page memo (double-spaced/12-pt font) that summarizes, analyzes, and synthesizes scholarship on your particular topic, making use of this literature to present recommendations that would answer your particular scenario.  (See Purdue OWL's introduction to memosparts of a memosample memo)
    • Write as a memo addressed to someone or organization
      • Must have an introduction and thesis statement (introduces topic and argument)
      • Body paragraphs (academic literature as evidence)
      • Conclusion
      • Includes recommendations
      • At least 5 academic sources
      • Non-academic sources should be credible
    • Use APA in-text citations and references (listed on a fifth page)