Type up a document of at least 200 words where you will identify the following:
1. While you are the primary source for your autoethnography, you still need to complete a secondary analysis of research in the broad area that you are investigating. What are the search terms you are looking to use for your paper. Why those specific terms? The goal is to think as narrow as possible so that the sources are of good quality. You will be required to use the Chemeketa library databases for your secondary research, so this is a great time to play around with search terms and see what you can find. COMPLETED
I will choose search terms like fatherhood, father daughters, fathers sons, father bonding, Dads at home, stay-at-home dads, fathers at home, dads at play, raising happiness, raising kids, healthy parenting. I am choosing these search terms because It represents fun, happiness, involvement. I played around with the search terms and, the results show a narrow path that I feel will be best. I found great articles about healthy eating as a family. Another journal explains how an infant’s cognition develops faster if dads play with them.
2. What is your road map to get this paper finished by August 16th? Establish some time lines of when you will complete the secondary research, write up the rough draft, and when you will complete the final draft.
In being a researcher, it is important to read and understand what other people have published. You will be using some if not the majority of these sources in your paper.
You will put together a 10-item annotated bibliography that will be formatted in APA or MLA style. Use Microsoft Word to create your bibliography and then you will add annotations under each of the entries. What is an annotated bibliography you ask? Take a look at Annotated Bibliography Samples // Purdue Writing Lab for an example of an annotated bibliography entry. Keep in mind that it is still a bibliography, so the entries need to be alphabetized. Keep each annotation (summary of the article) to 50 words or less and should focus on how you may use it in your analysis. The 10 sources need to come from school data base. While you can have web-based sources, they do not count toward the 10 minimum.
MLA/APA Formatting 19 pts Exceeds Expectations
MLA/APA format successfully presented for most part. All parts of citation included. Few to no instances of formatting mistakes.
CHOICE OF SOURCES 8 pts Full Marks
Sources relate to chosen topic. An attempt has been made to find sources specific to chosen topic [for example, if 'global
warming and effect on society'] half or more of sources mention these aspects of topic.
ANNOTATIONS 23 pts Exceeds Expectations
All annotations present. All annotations are fully developed [50 word count, and include descriptive and analytical
Secondary Research Paper
In writing any paper, it is important to have a thesis and to break that thesis into subtopics. The idea of this assignment is to write a paper where you are beginning to identify the major themes that you, for the next step, use to write the rough draft of your paper. What I suggest is to have two or three themes and then organize your sources around those themes. It should resemble something that you may be writing for WR115 or WR121. Just like a paper for your writing class, you will cite sources through in-text citations. You must use the citation manager in Microsoft Word to insert your references. You should not have to retype anything for your bibliography. This paper, not including the bibliography, must be 5-7 double-spaced pages.
Points will be awarded this way:
You will get 50 points for completing it, but I will be deducting points if I do not see the following:
· The paper is less than 5 pages of text (not including the bibliography): 10 points for each page under 5
· No in-text citations or not having an in-text citation for an idea: 5 points for each instance
· Bibliography not formatted correctly (should be fixed from the annotated bibliography assignment): 10 points
Turn in a rough draft of your final paper, which should be 7-10 pages, not including the bibliography. You do want to have the draft be organized, so here are the sections that you want to have in your paper:
· A section about autoethnography is provided is below for you to paste in your paper along with the bibliography of those sources in APA. If you are using MLA as you citation method for your sources, it will be fine if these are formatted in APA. Just keep in mind that APA and MLA are not similar.
· The rest of your secondary research paper will come afterwards–BUT–you will want to make sure that you include the observations about yourself. Take a look at Marriage Equality paper PDF to see how I do this.
· Conclusion where you wrap up everything.
· Your bibliography which will either be a Works Cited (MLA) or References (APA). Do not include your annotations.
I do not expect this to be perfect, but you will get 50 points for completing it. Just like your secondary research paper, I will take away points if things are missing:
· A minimum of 7 pages–not including the bibliography. 10 points will be deducted for each page under 7.
· No introduction leading up to the Autoethnography. 5 points
· No Autoethnography section. 5 points
· Not seeing your observations as your incorporate your secondary sources. 25 points
· No bibliography. 15 points
Spry (2001) defined autoethnography as, “. . . a self-narrative that critiques the situatedness of self with others in social contexts” (p.710). Sparkes (2000) provided criteria on how to approach an autoethnography by writing, “in calling upon criteria like evocation, authenticity, fidelity, and believability, a move begins toward incorporating more literary forms of judgments in the social sciences” (p.35). Holt (2003) warned scholars that autoethnographies might be problematic because reviewers may find the research to be invalid.
Anderson (2006) lays out criteria for an analytical autoethnography:
1. The researcher is a complete member in the social world under study (p. 378)
2. The researcher is a visible, actively, and reflexively engaged in the text (p. 383)
3. The researcher needs to avoid self-absorbed digression (p. 385)
4. The researcher needs to dialogue with their data or others (p. 386)
5. The researcher needs to go beyond the self and be able to generalize the results in some fashion (p. 388).
Anderson, L. (2006). Analytic autoethnography. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 35(4), 373-395.
Holt, N. L. (2003). Representation, legitimation, and autoethnography: An autoethnographic writing story. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 2(1), 18-28.
Sparkes, A. C. (2000). Autoethnography and narratives of self: Reflections on criteria in action. Sociology of Sport Journal, 17, 21-43.
Spry, T. (2001). Performing autoethnography: An embodied methodological praxis. Qualitative Inquiry, 7(6), 706-732.
TOPIC SELECTION – 22 pts
Identifies a creative, focused, and manageable topic that addresses potentially significant yet previously less-explored aspects of the topic.
Existing Knowledge, Research, and/or Views – 23 pts
Synthesizes in-depth information from relevant sources representing various points of view/approaches.
DESIGN PROCESS – 22 pts
All elements of the methodology or theoretical framework are skillfully developed. Appropriate methodology or theoretical frameworks may be synthesized from across disciplines or from relevant subdisciplines.
ANALYSIS – 23 pts
Organizes and synthesizes evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.
CONCLUSIONS – 22 pts
States a conclusion that is a logical extrapolation from the inquiry findings.
LIMITATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS – 23 pts
Insightfully discusses in detail relevant and supported limitations and implications.
BIBLIOGRAPHY 15 pts
MLA/APA style used correctly, and no spelling errors.
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