All papers are to have one inch margins (top, bottom, sides). New Times Roman point 12 is the required font for the entire paper (with permission of professor, exceptions may be accepted for figures and tables). The text or body of the paper must be double spaced (not triple or single). This includes when separating topical headings from text. Long quotes must be single spaced. Reference section must be single spaced.
To be submitted in New Times Roman point 12
[Student's Name], BA Candidate
[Title of Paper]
submitted to the Department of
Sociology and Criminal Justice
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
in partial fulfillment for the Degree of
Bachelors of Arts
On the last line of cover page include and sign the statement: "I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in the preparation or completion of this manuscript. ________________________________ "
[PAGE 1 ABSTRACT PAGE]
Write an abstract between 100 and 200 words. This should
be written last.
Immediately following the abstract should be FIVE key terms.
[PAGE 2 BODY OF PAPER]
Directions: Between two paragraphs and NO longer than two pages. Include an explanation of your topic.
Review of Literature
Directions: Between two and four pages. Students must include scholarly citations that support the need for the assessment. This excludes magazines, newspapers, the Bible etc. However, scholarly citations MUST be included. To receive a C, a minimum of five citations MUST be included. Student have two options ASA or APA citation style. ASA is recommended for Sociology majors while APA is recommended to Criminal Justice majors.
Discussion of Sample Survey
Directions: Between one and three paragraphs -- not to go over one page. Describe how you derived your sample. In the number of subjects, etc. Use your SOC/CRJ 3610 textbook for labeling your sample type. Thus, your textbook MUST be used as a citation within this section.
Directions: Between one and three paragraphs -- not to go over one page. Explain how you constructed questionnaire, instrument or survey. Students are required to use Survey Monkey. See the video to learn how to use Survey Monkey. If you have experience using Survey Monkey, students can immediately go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/MySurvey_Wizard.aspx. To gain experience using real data, all students will be required to complete each student's measurement tool.
Results and Findings
Directions: Between two and five pages. Describe the meaning of your results. All students must demonstrate the ability to create a graph using Excel and load the graph to the final paper.
Directions: Between one and three paragraphs. Write a summary.
Directions: Include questionnaire, instrument or survey.