$5.00 Research Paper
Need a paper on Role of media in intriguing violence
Grading Criteria below
You have a single, main point (thesis statement), and all sentences in your paper directly relate to (and support) your thesis statement. Your main point is an original, clearly defined claim and is consistent with current research on the subject selected.
Your word choice and language level show an awareness of audience (for this assignment, assume that your audience includes the members of this class).
Your title page is double-spaced, as is the rest of the paper. You have a running head with five spaces and then the numeral 1; headers are one-half inch from the top of each page, and all margins are one inch. The words “running head” should appear at the one-inch margin, left aligned, and followed by your running head in capital letters. The title is in standard text, is not bolded or in italics, and should be centered on the page. Dates are not part of the cover for APA papers.
If included, your abstract is titled Abstracts, and is in plain text, not bold or italics; it contains 120 words or less, is labeled Page Two, with numerals in place of word numbers, not first line indented, and double-spaced.
Your title (References) and text are in standard form, not bold, italics, or all caps, and in hanging-indent format. You have not used author’s first names, only their initials. You have correctly capitalized the titles of your reference works. You have included all needed information for each type of citation, according to your text. Your resources are trustworthy and current. You have used the appropriate abbreviations as presented in your text.
You correctly quote and paraphrase, using the criteria in your text. You include a page or paragraph number for every quote. If a quote is more than 40 words, you remove the quote marks, block indent five spaces from the left-hand margin, and include the parenthetical cite in the block. Any changes or commentaries you add are included in brackets. You use p. for a single page and pp. for multiple pages.
For Web sites, you offer the exact address of the cited Web page, not the home page of the sponsoring organization. If your reader cannot access the page, you include a complete citation to the page’s location. You have removed artifacts (underlining, colored text, etc.) from the URL, and you removed and any period at the end of the citation.