“Research paper assignments… [assess] your ability to understand a complex problem in the field, to develop a perspective on this problem, and to make a persuasive argument in favor of your perspective.”
DIRECTIONS: To successfully make your proposal complete questions following this prompt.
1. My inquiry began with this basic question: What is the immediate future of modern war?
2. My question is revised so that each of my terms and concepts are specifically defined by the research conducted, and it is: Given the ideas of states relentlessly seeking power to be able to offer security to its citizens, what’s the HAARP’s role?
3. My research conducted thus far has lead me to the following hypotheses (or hypothesis) so concluded by an analysis of research data:
a. Perhaps … In order to provide security to its citizens, a state have to be powerful enough. Maybe, this is the roles of HAARP performing weather control.
b. Maybe… HAARP is not being used as the government want us to believe it is. Perhaps, instead of using it to study the weather HAARP is being used to control it.
Below is a brief checklist of what you must include in each section of the paper to successfully complete assignment so as to assess your work. DO NOT PROCEED WITHOUT APPROVAL OF THIS STAGE:
1. Introduction… you will write this to hook your reader with a contextual anecdote from a news article of your choice (or some other creative source per your style). Keep it succinct by immediately weaving the significance of the story immediately to your topic generally, and an allusion of the significance for the reader.
2. Problem Statement… this is what a good, series of thoughtful responses to the questions above will become. You want to share the evolution of your inquiry from topic to final question and as many hypothetical outcomes to the question as possible. (This is a mental exercise for your reader—so as to acknowledge the range of...