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ABSTRACT. Abstract should not exceed 200 words and should summarize the main points of your paper. Do not show the page number on this sheet.
TABLE OF CONTENTS (1 page). Do not show the page number on this sheet.
1. INTRODUCTION Start page numbering at “1.” In the Introduction you should:
• briefly define globalization, its types, aspects, importance, evolution, etc.;
• briefly describe a specific global phenomenon, (you are going to analyze in the paper (a detailed description of the phenomenon under consideration should appear in the Discussion part);
• carefully explain how this phenomenon fits into/relates to the process of economic globalization, that is, whether it reflects globalization of consumption, globalization of production and ownership, or globalization of labor;
• describe how your paper is organized, that is, what you are going to discuss in each of the following sections.
2. DISCUSSION/ANALYTICAL PART It is recommended that you break this part into several sections (and sub-sections) with appropriate headings (sub-headings). Please provide a
comprehensive demand and supply side analysis.
3. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS . Your analysis should lead you to reasonable conclusions.
REFERENCES/BIBLIOGRAPHY should include the references that you cite, but also a listing of the material that contributed to your body of knowledge. Where did you look for answers? If it helped you, please include a reference. Use of information from outside sources that is not attributed will be considered plagiarism. The consequences of academic dishonesty are discussed in the Student Manual. Reference/Bibliography section should give full information. Authors of articles and books and material without specific authors or editors, such as government documents, bulletins, or newspapers, are to be listed alphabetically. Include page numbers only when appropriate. Consistency is more important than style. Be sure to acknowledge the source of all information from outside sources either in footnotes or in the text. In-text quotations must correspond exactly with the original in wording, spelling, and punctuation. Page numbers must be given. Changes must be indicated: use brackets to identify insertions; use ellipsis dots (…) to show omissions. Also indicate where emphasis has been added. Only lengthy quotations (more than 50 words) should be separated from the text; such quotations must be double-spaced and indented at the left margin. References to authors in the text must exactly match those in the Reference/Bibliography section.
APPENDICES. Here you should put your tables, graphics (such as bar charts, trend lines, etc.) and any other important materials. Tables must be designed to fit comfortably on a page. For tables, use the ‘create table’ feature in MS-Word. Each table must have a title and be numbered
consecutively with Arabic numbers. Do not abbreviate in column headings, etc. For example, spell out “percent”; do not use the percent sign. Place a zero in front of the decimal point in all decimal fractions (i.e., 0.357, not .357). Each table should be no more than 10 columns wide.
Figures should be supplied as high quality. Figures should be produced in black and white. Tints and complex shading should be avoided. Figures must have a title and be numbered consecutively with Arabic numbers.
The text of your paper (the text only, that is, not including the Cover Sheet, Abstract, Table of Contents, Bibliography/References, Tables, Charts, and other appendices) may not exceed 5pages (excluding the reference list).
Use any 11-12 point standard font (Times New Roman, Garamond, Verdana, Courier New). The main thing is to keep it consistent throughout the entire text.
Use double line spacing.
Allow one space between paragraphs.
GRAMMAR AND PUNCTUATION:
Final versions of your paper should reach the instructor in clear and grammatically correct English. Where necessary authors must ensure that their assignments have been checked for errors of English by a person with perfect command of the language.
For capitalization, punctuation, quotations, tables, captions, and all matters of bibliographical style, follow the practices recommended by the APA Style.