Considerations for Written Assignments
While preparing each paper, carefully consider the following:
The audience of your writing, and
how that affects the way you write.
The purpose of the paper, and how
the purpose shapes the form of your paper.
The differences between observation /
description and assessment / evaluation.
The review of gathering / sorting social
science data from a rhetorical point of view, including
(a) critical viewing, interviewing, reading and thinking,
and (b) assembling, sorting, and interpreting data.
The revision process.
The specialized vocabularies of social
Papers must follow a college writing handbook such as:
Use either the APA (American Psychological Association) citation
style or the MLA (Modern Language Association) style. Do not make
up your own.