Global Business Communication. Technology has made an enormous impact in the global business world by facilitating communication, logistics and marketing.
1.Research your chosen topic in the EC Library. You can easily get to the library through the left-hand purple toolbar. The Liberal Arts Research Guide for Undergraduate Capstones is a useful place to start. You can use web sources that are scholarly. If you are not sure, please ask your instructor. Do not use Wikipedia.
2.Select three to five scholarly research pieces about your topic. To learn more about how to tell if the research you found is scholarly, please view EC Library’s video: Scholarly vs. Popular: What’s the difference?
3.Using the article by Elder and Paul, Analytic Thinking, refer to pages 5 and 6. On pages 5 and 6 are examples of how to apply the “8 Elements of Reasoning.”
4.You cannot use “pollution” as a topic, since that is the Elder and Paul example.
5.Write your responses to the list that Elder and Paul provide in narrative form; bulleted lists will not be accepted.
6.Use your references to support your answers.
This paper is to demonstrate your critical thinking skills. As such, you are to take what you have researched and analyze and synthesize what is written. You are to form educated responses to the Elder and Paul list, which means you need to include evidence from experts in your field.
Some remaining guidelines:
7.Write 1250-1500 words
9.Include a title page
10.Refer to the SLA Writing Rubric for details on the grading expectations
11.Include a “References” page using APA
12.Do not include an “Abstract”
13.Use the APA style guide for your citations
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