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Applied Final Project-Popular Media and Domestic Violence
Project Description - This is part 2 of this project- I have attached part 1(rothstein) to use as directed in the insturctons. Also attached is rubric and sample paper.
Research and develop a paper on a recent popular media report on domestic or family violence. During the semester, you will begin to notice the frequency and explicitness with which the popular media reports on issues relating to domestic violence and family violence. Select one case of interest and elaborate on how particular concepts, theories and/or content addressed in this course apply to this case. In addition, evaluate how accurately and thoughtfully the article presents the subject matter.
Applied Final Project (Parts I and II) Grading Rubric
Parts I and II of the Applied Final Project are each worth 100 points. Student submissions for Part I of the Applied Final Project will be evaluated on the degree to which:
Student provided a thorough and thoughtful summary of the popular media article.
Student provided a thorough and thoughtful evaluation of the popular media article.
Student demonstrated correct understanding of material.
Student used appropriate punctuation, grammar and correct spelling.
Student followed APA style.
Student submission is neat and professional in appearance (consistent font size, font, margins, etc.).
Student supported assertions correctly (with in-text citations).
Directions for Part II: Final Paper
Step 1: Write an analysis of your chosen article in which you apply particular concepts, theories and/or content that has been addressed in this course.
Step 2: Prepare a four page (and only four pages) paper that contains the following:
An introductory paragraph which explains the purpose of the paper
A brief summary of your chosen article (use this from Part I)
An analysis in which you apply particular concepts, theories and/or content addressed in this course to the case described in the article.
An evaluation regarding how accurately and thoughtfully the article presents the subject matter (use this from Part I)
A concluding paragraph