In the Critical Analysis Workshop (in class), you will have an opportunity to establish the following:
A clear thesis statement for your essay
An essay plan that includes a roadmap for your argument
An opportunity to discuss the quality and relevance of your independently researched secondary sources
Once those steps are completed, you must write a 1000-1200 word Critical Analysis Essay that answers your chosen question (due Friday 10th May by 5pm). Yes, you may go either side of that word count (+/-) by 10%.
Your essay should include a clear introduction, cohesive and logical body paragraphs that follow your argument and a strong concluding paragraph. Your submission should be formatted in 12 pt font and double-spaced to allow room for comments. Submission is via the turnitin link under the Assessments section on the Moodle.
You must include in-text citations to your chosen Primary Source.Using the library catalogue, you must find at least two secondary scholarly sources relevant to your question and argument. Be sure to record the full bibliographical details in the La Trobe Harvard referencing style for inclusion in your Bibliography at the end of the assignment.You are required to include in-text citations, from TWO of the following Essential Readings: Davis, M 2015, ‘Closing the Gap in Indigenous Disadvantage: A Trajectory of Indigenous Inequality in Australia,’ Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, vol. 16, no. 1, pp.34-44. Lucashenko, M 2001, ‘”But you Don’t Look Like a Metaphor”: Migaloo Thinking about Aboriginal People,’ in S Ballyn, G Belligoy, K Firth, E de la Vall and B Phillips (eds) Changing Geographies: Essays on Australia, Centre D’Estudis Australians, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, pp. 127-134. Moran, A 2011, ‘Multiculturalism as nation-building in Australia: Inclusive national identity and the embrace of diversity,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol.34, no. 12, pp. 2153-2172.
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