Project #159723 - 4 pages paper

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Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/11/2016 12:00 am

this 4 pages papers dubel space , the instruction is down here , the topic is attched as file please read the instructions and see the topic attched and write about it 



Begin by introducing and describing the topic of your research. Some possible ways to do this is to explore the background of your topic and its relevance to society; why your topic is important; or why it is important now; the impact of relevant mass media on consumers; etc.

Next, describe what is already known about your topic. You may not find research on the exact same thing you are investigating and in the exact same wayyou are investigating it. That’s OK! Gather the research of others that relates to your topic, and summarize it here. 

For this section, use sources that are appropriate for an academic research paper. If you can’t identify the author of a source, and if you can’t find his/her credentials as an authoritative source on your topic, then it’s probably not an appropriate source. Typically, the most robust sources are scholarly, peer-reviewed research articles, like what you would find on Google Scholar or the library’s journal article database. How many sources should you use? It depends, really. But if a number is helpful, then at least four really good, really relevant ones.


Here, describe your research process in specific detail. Start with your sample. What messages did you analyze? How many did you choose? How did you choose them? Why did you choose them? For example:

"In COM101, we analyzed sports articles in newspapers.  Our sample included every article about sports in 36 issues of the Newton Tab, a local weekly newspaper, and in the sports sections of the Boston Sunday Globe.  We analyzed newspapers from the summer of 2015: 18 issues of the Tab from May 13th to September 9th; and 18 Boston Globe sports sections from May 17th to September 13th.  Summer 2015 was an important season for women in sports. The US women’s soccer team won the FIFA world cup in July, and in September, Serena Williams was on the brink of a calendar year grand slam in women’s tennis."

Next, describe in detail the specifics of your analysis strategy.  For example:

"Each article was classified into one of three categories: articles predominantly about men or men’s sports; articles predominantly about women or women’s sports; and articles about both genders equally or not gender specific. Further, we noted the locations of articles in the paper or the sports section, and general patterns in article content."


Here, describe what you found. This section is basically a summary of your data. Tables or graphs are an excellent way to present data, but don’t worry about figuring that out if you’re not already skilled at this. The priority is to present your data clearly. If there are any non-numerical findings, those might be best summarized in text.  For example:


Boston Globe

Newton Tab



Number of Articles

Percentage of Articles

Number of Articles

Percentage of Articles

Number of Articles

Percentage of Articles






















"Overall, there were seven times more sports articles covering men and men’s teams than women and women’s teams.  But when we look at the papers separately, we see that these numbers are far more extreme in the Globe. Most of the sports articles in the Tab include both genders, or are gender neutral. In the Globe, men’s articles were longer, more detailed, and had more attention grabbing headlines. Most pictures were of male athletes. Women’s articles were more likely to be toward the back of the sports section."


Now that you’ve completed your study and summarized your data, discuss what it all means – for your topic, for mass media, for society. Some potential questions that might help you think about this section include: Why are things the way they are? What new questions do your findings bring up? What is your opinion about your findings? What do you think is important to the future of your topic?


A hyperlink alone is not a properly formatted citation. Format your sources in proper MLA or APA format and include hyperlinks as appropriate. Use and double check your internal citations to avoid the risk of plagiarism.




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