Your paper should follow a “statement of purpose – presentation of evidence – conclusion” structure, and include a thesis statement that will guide your writing and research. Here are some basic research questions to get you to start thinking about your film and how you might approach it:
• What (if anything) does the film seem to be saying about such issues as race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, age, and/or ability?
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A good way to proceed would be to take one of the above general questions and apply it to your particular film. If you would like to pursue a research question that isn’t related to any of these general questions, please speak with me before you begin working on your paper.
You must include a bibliography at the end of your paper. Your bibliography must consist of at least three sources (books, journal articles, websites, etc.) that were useful to you in your research. Please also note that you include MLA-style parenthetical citations within the text of your paper, as well as a “Works Cited” page. For help with MLA citation format, visit the Purdue University Online Writing Lab/