research paper

Choose from one of the following topics:

  • Compare Grunig’s four models (Wilcox, page 52) with the open system model of PR, as conceptualized by Bell and Bell (Broom, page 160);
  • Explain the importance of Sullivan vs. New York Times Supreme Court Ruling; or,
  • Explore the concept of copyright.

This is to be a short research paper, not an opinion piece. Therefore, you need to include what scholars have to say about the topic you choose. Please provide a minimum of two (peer-reviewed) scholarly sources in addition to your text (see discussion of “Scholarly Articles Defined” below). You may use other sources that are not necessarily scholarly, but these are in addition to—not in place of, your scholarly sources. As a general rule, “Wikipedia” is not a “scholarly” source and should be a source for you graduate work.

Please follow the following format criteria for this paper:

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  • APA formatting, and double-spaced using 12-point Times New Roman font with 1″ margins at the top, bottom, and sides of each page;
  • be submitted to Turnitin and its score included on your cover page or sheet; and
  • be saved in a Microsoft Word compatible “doc” or “docx” format using your last name in the file name and initial of your first name (for example: Smith__J_Paper_2 .doc) and uploaded to the designated folder in your portfolio.

*Scholarly Articles Defined

Scholarly articles are written by researchers, professors, or students and are published in research or academic journals. Scholarly articles (also known as peer-reviewed or refereed articles) have the highest level of credibility because they have been put through a rigorous system of review as other experts in the author’s field of research check the article for accuracy. Because scholarly articles represent high quality research and rigorous review, be sure to include them in your research. You will find a more extensive definition of refereed articles at What Is a Refereed/Peer-Reviewed Article.