The final essay in our course will be a research/synthesis paper. One of your best strategies for writing large papers in college is to think through topics related to course readings, so as we work our way through the course, I will offer suggestions. Take some time with each and consider whether you would like to write a longer paper responding to these possibilities.
You can find the whole list here. If you do not wish to write on one of the topics from the list, that's OK, but in that case you will need to craft a proposal and get your own subject approved.
The best route to a good research/synthesis paper is to begin thinking very early, do background reading, and consider how you might approach the topic.
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