Does American culture care more about embarrassment as Japanese culture cares more about shame?
If you have trouble hitting the length, try planning your paper by dividing your word count based on the number of works or topics you’re discussing, and then allowing at least 300 extra for the introduction and conclusion.
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2) Sources: In addition to the works assigned in our course, your paper should cite at least four outside sources that were not listed on our syllabus, and you should cite a mix of Background, Exhibit, and Argument or Theory sources, with at least two sources falling in the Argument or Theory categories.
(It’s okay if your Exhibit sources are works from the syllabus, but these don’t count toward the total of four outside sources that you’ve found.)
3) Formatting: Compose your essay in MLA style, following the MLA Formatting Template (Links to an external site.) linked in this module.
Use parenthetical citations as appropriate to identify when you are taking information from a source. Review the module materials for advice on using quotations appropriately and integrating them into your own prose.
Make sure to include a Works Cited page with full source information!
(You may use another recognized citation style if you are already familiar with another format, like APA or Chicago, for your major. Otherwise, take MLA as the default mode.)
4) Title the paper!: Don’t forget to give your paper a title! This is an important part of getting your reader’s attention and pointing them in the direction you want them to follow.
If you find it helpful, you are welcome to break the paper into titled sections using subheadings.
4) Number the pages!: Don’t forget to do this!