This research paper is more than just an overview, history, or information regarding your present or future job, career field, or tasks and duties. You will be researching and critically reviewing a specific aspect, challenge, current event, prevailing trends or issues, or broad future concerns regarding the field. As a professional in your field or career it is important that you remain abreast of trends, current issues, research, outlook, and best practices. This research paper is more analytical in nature. You will focus on analyzing different scholarly material from a factual or researched perspective, regarding the aspect or challenge of interest to you. I want you to focus on the research, findings, and conclusions of the researchers to assist you in determining the implications and impact on you! How does this information affect you, the organization, society, and the field overall?
Choose one area or topic of interest to you pertaining to your place of employment, professional experience, career field, or career aspiration. You will locate at least four (4) peer-reviewed articles from peer-refereed journals of your profession or career interest; or, a scholarly reviewed publications pertaining to research in the field. Articles that are related and most relevant to your topic and/or specific interest area should be considered. Articles should be timely-published within the last 10 years (unless used to set historical tone and perspective). These articles should be related, relevant, and focused on your research topic. You should have already located two of these peer-reviewed articles during your previous Article Review assignment.
Synthesize and summarize findings of articles. This is the factual and researched information, not your opinion, attitude, or personal experiences. How is the literature reviewing or approaching your topic? Are the authors reporting similar information? Where is their agreement and disagreement? Are they balancing their information or does information appear biased or slanted? What are the current trends and challenges? Are there positive or negative aspects to the articles? What are the criticisms or support of the issues? What are they reporting about the outlook for the profession or the field? This area is not a narrative report-it should be a summary of the articles, so your opinions, experiences, and input are not appropriate in this half of the paper. This is researched information by scholars, experts, scientists, and thinkers in your field. This first portion of your paper should be approximately half of the paper (2-3 pages). Focus on the important information which impacts the field in a broad sense.
The second part of your paper should take a critical look at how the information in the existing research (the articles you reviewed) affects you in your current or future career, or within the field over all. This is the personal aspect of your paper. It is ok to submit your opinions, attitudes, beliefs, and experiences. How are you supporting this with the research you have just collected? What implications are there for you, others, regarding the literature you researched? The literature that you find may lead you to take certain actions or to change certain behaviors. It may convince you that you need to conduct additional research in that area. What did you find in the literature that you were not previously aware? How do you need to prepare and preserve yourself for this field? How do your personal or past experiences align with what you have researched, reviewed, and read?
The paper must be in a .doc, .docx. Microsoft word document file and submitted through D2L in order to be viewed, marked-up, graded, and returned to you. DO NOT SUBMIT YOUR PAPER AS A PDF!
This paper must be in the APA (American Psychological Association) format. This includes a title page, abstract, in-text citations in the body of the paper, running head, pages numbered, and a separate reference page at the end of your paper. The Purdue Online Writing Lab is an excellent resource for those not familiar with this style.
The paper will be at least 7-10 pages
Title page (page 1)
Abstract (page 2)
Introduction, body, conclusion (pages 3-7 or more)
Separate Reference Page (last page)
Pages are double-spaced using 12 point font (Times New Roman or Calibri), 1” margins on all sides, and indented paragraphs. Make sure that you understand how to use tools such as the header/footer, new page insert, so that the formatting of your document remains intact. No graphics, colored, or oversized font are used (to include the title page).
There should be in-text citations throughout your paper. All references should be in APA guidelines, and come from academic, professional, or scholarly sources. Sources such as .gov, .edu, .net, or other academic sources may be used but should not be the main source of the 4-5 peer-reviewed articles used in your research. Your goal is to find, read, and review scholarly material relative to your field. Keep in mind that many trade journals, online news sites, or other internet/online domains may not be appropriate for research purposes. Due to possible bias, slanted views, or sponsorship these areas are often not considered scholarly or adequately researched sources. If in doubt, contact me.
Make sure that you have a clear and succinct introduction so that your reader knows what you will be discussing, and there is a conclusion which strongly reviewed the key points discussed, and logically concludes your paper.
This is your original work. When you submit your paper for grading it will automatically be sent to the Turnitin repository to check for instances of plagiarism, copying and pasting from websites, other students’ work, books, and articles. You must cite your material! As a general guideline, papers more than 25% similarity may indicate a high percentage of material was copied from material already printed in the massive Turnitin database.
A Research Writing Rubric and other helpful material is provided in the “Resources for Assignment” Module under the Course Content area in this course to help guide you in your writing and help you remain focused on your topic.
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