1. Section on the interview (200-300 words suggested):
* Background on your subject and why you chose her
* How you developed your questions
* How the interview was conducted (where/when/what format)
* What did you learn that you didnt know about your subject?
* What surprised you?
* Was the process easy/difficult? Did she answer the questions you wanted to ask?
2. Analysis of the interview (700-1000 words suggested):
* Direct quotes from the interview itself to support your claims about your subject; think about which answers she gave would be most interesting to an audience interested in Womens Studies scholarship
* Direct quotes from learning resources (course modules, articles, powerpoints, other documents) to relate the topics and answers in the interview to Womens Studies topics. To select these, you might consider which passages from the learning resources you would point out in class for students to read and discuss alongside the interview.
* Detailed discussion about how the interview and the material from the course fit together this is where you analyze your subjects responses as a contribution to Womens Studies scholarship.
This essay should demonstrate that you
* understand the Womens Studies concepts you reference in the essay.
* can demonstrate connections between your interview and our learning resources.
* can write an organized, clear, detailed, and properly cited essay.
Use APA Style to format the report and all citations (in-text and in the references list).
Here are some links to resources which cover the APA format:
* Citation Guides for APA styles at the UMGC Library
* Video help for APA format through UMGC
You may use material that you wrote for Part 2 of this assignment in this paper if those elements are appropriate for this assignment. All parts of this Final Essay should form a cohesive whole, and should represent your best writing. Proofread carefully, including any material drawn from Part 2; your instructor may not have corrected all writing errors on that assignment.
While I am happy to answer questions about the assignment, I encourage you to make use of UMGCs Effective Writing Center if youd like detailed writing help or another set of eyes to look at your paper before you turn it in. The EWC will require a few days to review a draft, so you will need to finish the paper early if you want to submit it to them.
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