Critical Process Paper about Roger Waters

Critical Process Paper

Media and culture: Department of Media, Journalism & Film

Analyze ONE of the following subjects:

1. a contemporary artist or group with a social or political message

2. new radio technologies and their advantages

3. the differences between NPR programs (www.npr.org (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.) and commercial radio programs

4. media convergence and film

Critical process papers should be written as a formal paper with an introduction, clear thesis statement, body paragraphs discussing the topic, and a strong conclusion. I’m interested in reading about what you have to say about the topic, so don’t rely too heavily on outside sources. If you do choose to quote an outside source, make sure to include an in-text citation and full citation at the end of the paper. MLA or APA format should be used for the paper. For more information about proper formatting, please visit the Purdue OWL online resource: Research and Citation ResourcesLinks to an external site..

Critical process papers should be double spaced, 10-12 point font, and 4-5 pages in length. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.

 

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