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The outline is the next step in your term-long research project: An anthropologi
The outline is the next step in your term-long research project: An anthropological analysis of a controversial piece of legislation. Each of you has chosen a piece of (attempted) legislation. You are analyzing why/how the legislation is controversial, specifically how the SOCIAL and INSTITUTIONAL components of law intersect (i.e., what a law does vs. what people perceive it to do; how a law disproportionately impacts different communities; how a given law is problematically/selectively enforced; etc.). For this assignment, each student is to submit a typed, double-spaced outline of your analysis. This outline should contain the following: * Thesis statement (please underline it and put in bold). * Main points (used to support the thesis statement) * Supporting arguments (used to support each main point) * Citations of the sources you will use (this will come from your bibliography; yes, the sources could have changed since when you submitted the bibliography) * Bibliography containing 6 academic outside sources and 4 academic sources from the syllabus (you do not need to include your annotations) In other words, it should take the following format: * Introduction * Attention grabber * Hypothesis * Supporting evidence * Argument 1 * Argument 2 * Argument 3, 4, 5… * Supporting paragraph 1 (i.e., Argument 1) * Topic sentence * Evidence (from participant observation, interviews and/or academic sources) * Explanation of evidence (relating to topic sentence) * Explanation of evidence (relating to hypothesis) * Supporting paragraph 2 (i.e., Argument 2) * Topic sentence * Evidence (from participant observation, interviews and/or academic sources) * Explanation of evidence (relating to topic sentence) * Explanation of evidence (relating to hypothesis) * Supporting paragraph 3 * Supporting paragraph 4 * Supporting paragraph 5…. * Conclusion * Restate hypothesis * Review evidence * Wrap up/”drop the mic” (aka, restate why this research is important) The thesis statement is the main claim that you will be supporting throughout your analysis. It comes from the hypotheses that you've been developing throughout the semester. These outlines do not need to contain every piece of information that you will include in your final paper. Though, it should contain enough information - thesis, main arguments, supporting arguments, citations - to give me a good idea of how you're crafting your analysis. It should be clear and well-organized. Remember, though: the more information you include here, the easier it will be to write your final paper. I will provide the reserach topic and annotated bibliography that you should follow. The bibilography has all the sources used so that should be easier for you so please just follow the instructions and remember this needs to be 100% unique

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