about South Africa
- Summary: 3-4 sentence summary of each article, identifying who, what, why, when, and where. Be sure to cite all quotes and paraphrases.
- Class perspective: Discuss how the articles relate to the overarching topic/theme of your class. Then, write 2-3 sentences (for each article) explaining how this article/research resource analyzes the InFocus challenge area from the perspective of this course. Be sure to cite all quotes and paraphrases.
Issue: In 1-2 sentences, use information from your articles to identify a single challenge (i.e. eroding minority rights) related to your research topic (inequality; female singers) that you think the community should address, and how. For example, something government or other political actors are doing or not doing, or some situation governments or other political actors should address; or some cultural reality that is preventing a deeper address of the challenge; or structures in society that prevent change. One or more issues/problems will probably be discussed in your articles.
Title: Be sure to have a title of your research topic. For example, Anti-War Protest Music During the Pinochet Dictatorship in Chile.