The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate your ability to use key course concepts and theories, from assigned readings and other course materials, to critically analyze the 2020 election and place its significance in the broader context of democratic politics in the United States. It provides an opportunity to utilize the skills you have developed and the knowledge you have acquired over the course of the semester.
what is the one aspect, feature, or rule of American electoral democracy that most needs to be changed and why is it the most important factor in need of reform? Provide evidence and examples to support your argument. And what specific change should be made and why? Provide evidence and examples to support your argument.
-Please write about the “Electoral College” as the topic for the paper and answer the questions based on the electoral college.
A LITTLE GUIDANCE:
Ø To fully address this question, make sure you address each part:
1) Identify and demonstrate your understanding of the one aspect, feature, or rule in American electoral democracy that most need to be changed.
2) Make an argument about why it is so important to change it, using evidence and examples for support.
3) Make an argument about what change should be made.
4) Explain why this specific change is the right one. Use evidence and examples to support this as well.
Ø You are primarily basing this paper on course concepts and assigned readings. These must be incorporated and discussed and should be the focal point of your argument. Course concepts and assigned readings from any and all parts of the semester can be used.
Ø In order to locate evidence and examples to support your argument, you will also need to do some outside research and use 8-10 quality sources that were not assigned. You are welcome to use any outside sources that were previously used for Pre-Discussion Assignments.
Ø In your introduction, use a thesis to clearly state what aspect, feature, or rule in American electoral democracy that most need to be changed, why, and what it should be replaced with. A thesis does not have to be limited to one sentence.
Ø In your introduction, also consider “previewing” the main concepts and theories you will be using to make your argument. This will help structure the rest of your paper and provide a roadmap for the reader. You can write this part after you complete the rest of the paper, so it is accurate.
Ø Remember, the paper is not a summary of information, it is a well-supported argument that demonstrates your level of understanding of course material and your ability to think critically about this material. To repeat: Most important is that you use the paper to demonstrate that you understand the course concepts, can discuss why they are significant, and can make an argument about them supported by specific evidence.
Ø Stay focused on one topic, approach it systematically, and be selective about what material you use to support it.
Ø While bringing in specifics from the readings and your outside sources is essential, it is your choice whether you want to quote directly from them or not. You are encouraged to put things in your own words when you can. If you do quote, don’t rely on them too much, and always be sure to follow a quote with your own explanation of what it means and why it’s significant. A quote cannot make the argument for you.
*Before you write, while you write, and after you write, check out the grading rubric posted along with these instructions. It will be used to grade your paper and will help focus your writing.
Rules of the Game:
The paper is due at midnight on the day of our officially-scheduled .
The paper should be 2000-2500 words (around 8-10) pages, double-spaced, including works cited.
Your analysis must use key course concepts and theories from assigned readings. When doing so, always explain what they mean and why they matter before applying them.
· You should use at least 8-10 quality outside sources to locate evidence and examples to support your argument. These sources should be included in the works cited section.
· All sources cited section should be cited using Chicago-Style format, which is common for political science. Examples are available on this website.
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