|Question # 41861||Accounting||2 years ago|
GEOG 100.101--INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY--2020 SUMMER Dashboard My courses GEOG100.101--2020 Summer RESEARCH PAPER Group Research - Final ArcMap Project - 10% GROUP RESEARCH - FINAL ARCMAP PROJECT - 10% In addition to your ArcMap story that I will access to evaluate, please submit here the Word version of your research paper. You can just simply copy and paste your ArcMap story to Word document and submit it under this assignment. I will make my comments on your submitted document after evaluating your ArcMap presentation. RESEARCH PAPER STRUCTURE: that was suggested in my guidelines. A short introduction to SDGs An introduction to the SDG ( targets) that you selected along with your justification of why It was of interest to you to explore them in greater detail. A short explanation of how your selected goals/targets impact each other. A short paragraph that explains why you selected the specific countries ( what makes them unique for this analysis) Based on SDG's statistics explain the progress of both countries towards achieving their goals/targets Now you will move on to critical analysis that explores the relationship between two goals for each country and then compares two countries. - Here, you will build on the statistics and provide supporting research data - ( 600-700 words) -and it can be more to provide more in-depth discussion. This is the most important part of your research SINCE MANY OF YOU STRUGGLED WITH THIS PART, I AM PROVIDING YOU WITH THE STRUCTURE: You need to have a paragraph where you discuss I) how goal 1 affects goal 2 in Country A, and II) how Country A is dealing with it by trying to achieve its target for Goal 1 and Target for Goal 2. You need to have a paragraph where you discuss how I) goal 1 affects goal 2 in Country B (explore the same relationship between goals as in Country A), and II) how Country B is dealing with it by trying to achieve its target for Goal 1 and Target for Goal 2. FINAL PARAGRAPH Based on the above analysis, you will have the discussion and comparison between two countries in terms of how their progress towards their goals and factors responsible for that. RESOURCES REMEMBER Wikipedia or Britannica are not counted as sources. These are good sources to read to get general information but not to be used for research. You need articles/newspapers/ magazines for your analysis and you need at least 2 sources per paragraph ( country/issue/concept). If you use just one article per country, for example, this is rewriting information and not research. Research is about pulling information from various sources to support your discussion.