problems are so persistent as to reduce the paper’s readability.
PAPER OUTLINE The paper should have a logical flow to it, and make use of appropriate headings and subheadings. You should follow the suggested format described below: COVER PAGE (1 page). Your paper should include a cover sheet which is similar for all students (see the MS-Word file “Cover Sheet” posted within the “Term Paper/Case” icon). Do not show the page number on this sheet. In case you have questions on how to start your page numbering on a different page, these web pages will teach you how to do it: http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting/NumberingFrontMatter.htm (for Word 2004 and earlier) http://mu.edu/its/help/office/documents/word-pagenumbering.pdf (for Word 2007) ABSTRACT (1 page). Abstract should not exceed 200 words and should summarize the main points of your paper. Do not show the page number on this sheet. TABLE OF CONTENTS (1 page). Do not show the page number on this sheet. 1. INTRODUCTION (1 page). Start page numbering at “1.” In the Introduction you should: • briefly define globalization, its types, aspects, importance, evolution, etc.; • briefly describe a specific global phenomenon (that is, your own research subject) you are going to analyze in the paper (a detailed description of the phenomenon under consideration should appear in the Discussion part); • carefully explain how this phenomenon fits into/relates to the process of economic globalization, that is, whether it reflects globalization of consumption, globalization of production and ownership, or globalization of labor; • describe how your paper is organized, that is, what you are going to discuss in each of the following sections. 2. DISCUSSION/ANALYTICAL PART (3-8 pages). It is recommended that you break this part into several sections (and sub-sections) with appropriate headings (sub-headings). For example, 2.1. • • • •
2.2. • • • 2.3. • • • 2.4. • • • • 3. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS (1 page). Your analysis should lead you to reasonable conclusions. REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY should…