Style Guidelines for Project Writing. Basic Information for Report. Preliminary drafts should be 1.5 line spaced Spacing in final project should be discussed with supervisor Preliminary drafts should be double-sided Double-siding final projects - discuss with supervisor
Ex. 8th Semester Project in Development and International Relations
Ex. Plaschke argues, describes, explains, claims..
Takeda compares, hypothesizes, concludes..
5.1 Policy Implications of Dependency School
Dependency advocates would like the term development redefined and reformulated. It should describe enriching the living standards of all people of the developing world rather than representing for instance, increased productivity and industrialisation. Alvin So characterizes one of the fundamental implications of Dependency,
Thus [developmental] programs should not cater to elites and urban dwellers, but should attempt to
satisfy the human needs of rural peasants, the unemployed, and the needy. Any developmental
program that benefits only a small sector at the expense of the suffering majority is no good at all.
In addition to So’s proposition that development programs must include each strata of society, the Dependency school discourages further contact with core countries and it can be inferred - foreign-dominated multinational institutions. Rather than relying on foreign aid and investment for development, peripheral countries should rely on their own resources and paths towards development…
Ex: Because of the underdevelopment of the racial theme, Bright Skin was said to have "failed to feed the growing appetite for antiestablishment tracts while at the same time offering no new insights into the nature of Blue Brook Plantation" (Landes 1976, p.121).
Example: McDougall, Corrie Lynn. Interview by author. Tape recording. Winnipeg, MB. 29 September 2004.
Example: Hughey, Annie Catherine. "The Treatment of the Negro in South Carolina Fiction." Master's thesis, University of South Carolina, 1933.
WWW sites, databases, newsgroups etc:
Foster, John B. “Marx’s Ecological Value Analysis” in Monthly Review 52 no.4, (2000), <http://www.umi.com/pqdauto/ > (21 October 2001).
Foster,J.B. (2000) “Marx’s Ecological Value Analysis” in Monthly Review [Online database] 52(4), Available from:<http://www.umi.com/pqdauto/ > [Accessed 21 October 2001]
In text example: (Foster 2000, paragraph 8)
"et al."--a Latin term meaning "and others."