The Final Research Paper will give students the ability to demonstrate application of geographical tools and theories. Students will have an opportunity to think critically about course materials and their own research materials, and synthesize these materials in a way that allows them to see the world in a different way. The Final Research Paper will also give students the opportunity to produce a scholarly piece of writing based on a topic of their own choosing.
The Final Research Paper should include the following sections clearly identified using headings. Please note that sections do not have to use these titles; they can be more imaginative and descriptive. Please also note that different sections might be combined depending on the style and flow of the report:
Part E will be marked in its entirety out of 100. The following rubric indicates the criteria students are to adhere to, and their relative weights to the assignment overall.
Activity/Competencies DemonstratedGradePresentation and Organization/10a. all submission requirements are properly developed and well-organizedb. the report is well-organized, flows well, and uses headings where appropriateCritical Thinking and Analysis/60a. the topic and research approach is geographical and sufficient in scopeb. the selected literature is appropriately presented and synthesized c. empirical observations are described and explained in a well thought out analysis that synthesizes diverse academic and non-academic sources d. arguments and conclusions demonstrate a critical understanding of the topic and a sophisticated analysis of the research findings Writing Style/30a. writing is of scholarly quality and free of errors in spelling, grammar, and syntaxb. writing and citation follows APA guidelines Total/100Helpful Hints
PART C is attached
of my project topic selection.
topic selection (theory)
Burnaby skilled economic prosperity and a few commenced to undertake an extra liberal mindset toward its numerous residents. Many industrial and commercial businesses call Burnaby home. The Metropolis at Metrotown, Western Columbia’s (and Canada’s) biggest industrial mall, is located in Burnaby. It also keeps a small amount of agricultural land, particularly along the Fraser shoreline apartments in the Big Bend neighborhood on its southern border.
My study site is the downtown of the Burnaby Metrotown. The research topic is about Income inequality which has been one of the significant human geographical issues facing the country for the last decades. Metrotown is sample research to investigate the impact of income inequality on the people and the extent to which income inequality has risen. Income inequality attracts both economic, political, and social concerns of the country. The reason why income inequality may have risen in the country is that economic forces keep on economic forces keep on concentrating wealth and income to those who are rich in the country. The theoretical lens is economic development.Hide Files: Bibliography.docx, Bibliography.docx
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