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Pol Sc 222 March Essay. Due March 25 10 pages or 2500 words Worth 30 percent Choice of topics from list (or approved by instructor) Requires independent research: a minimum of five sources. Decide on topic by March 11 (tell me in class or send an email). Research sources 1.

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pol sc 222 march essay
Pol Sc 222 March Essay
  • Due March 25
  • 10 pages or 2500 words
  • Worth 30 percent
  • Choice of topics from list (or approved by instructor)
  • Requires independent research: a minimum of five sources.
  • Decide on topic by March 11 (tell me in class or send an email).
research sources 1
Research sources 1
  • Start with relevant chapter in Brooks, Canadian Democracy; and (especially) Bickerton and Gagnon (eds) Canadian Politics
  • Each topic will require reading outside the main texts. See bibliographies in Bickerton and Gagnon chapters.
  • Journals online or non-circulating in library.
  • Internet-based sources from Canadian think tanks and government research sources.
  • Keep general internet sources such as Wikipedia to a minimum.
research sources 2
Research Sources 2
  • Check out the library’s own guide to political science research:

http://stfx.libguides.com/polisci

  • Online resources through MacDonald Library:
    • Historica, Canadian Encyclopedia
    • Pro-Quest – media articles
    • JSTOR – journal articles
    • E-journals – specific journals where we have electronic
research sources 3 journals
Research Sources 3Journals
  • Policy Options -- a magazine from IRPP
  • CJPS – Canadian Journal of Political Science
  • CPP – Canadian Public Policy
  • CPA – Canadian Public Administration
research sources 4 think tanks
Research Sources 4:Think Tanks
  • Institute for Research on Public Policy
  • Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • C.D. Howe Institute
  • Canadian Policy Research Networks
  • Brookings Institution (USA)
advice
Advice
  • Read, take notes, and reflect
  • Formulate your own arguments
  • Organize your thoughts
  • Use your own words, but you can use short quotes from authors
  • References must be properly cited within the paper, and in a bibliography
  • Email me/ see me in office hours, if you need help
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