ESSAY

The essay should be 2500 words and in Chicago Manual Style.

Could you finish this essay by tonight before 12am or in the morning before 10am. I took an extension for this essay. and I have another final essay that is actually due at 12am tomorrow that I would give the instructions too once you’re done this essay.

QUESTION FOR ESSAY:

1. The experience of Communist China is thought by many to give a definitive answer to the question of whether socialist planning can be reconciled with elements of private property and a market economy.

 

Explain the principal features of the Chinese system and consider whether it is best understood as a) a new model of ‘socialism’? or b) a new variant of ‘state capitalism’ that results from China’s unique history and culture?

 

 

THE RESEARCH ESSAY (30%)

 

Your Research Essay (approximately 2500 words) should be double-spaced and typed. The following rules apply to Research Essays:

 

1) Your essay must be on one of the prescribed topics.

2) Essays are to be submitted to the University’s plagiarism detection tool and

to Professor Day by email

3) Always keep a copy of your essay until you receive a grade for it.

4) Essays are due on December 2.

5) Late essays will be subject to a penalty of 5% per day (including weekends)

of the total marks for the assignment. Essays submitted 5 calendar days

beyond the due date will be assigned a grade of zero. Essays handed in after

the work has been returned to the class cannot be marked for credit.

Accommodations due to late registration into the course will not be approved.

6) Plagiarism in any course work will be severely punished. Speak with Professor

Day if you have any questions. Note: it is an academic offence ‘To submit

work containing a purported statement of fact of reference to a source which

has been concocted’. Freely translated, this means ‘DON’T FAKE THE

‘CITATIONS!’.

 

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IMPORTANT NOTES CONCERNING CITATIONS AND SOURCE MATERIAL

 

Why Proper Citations are Necessary

 

Many students mistakenly believe that the sole purpose of proper citations and referencing is to safeguard against suspicion of academic dishonesty. In fact, a reader may wish simply to learn more about the issue in question, and citations make that possible. Students should understand that:

 

Academic inquiry is an ongoing ‘conversation’ within a scholarly community. Proper references are the ‘record’ of that conversation.

 

The advance of knowledge presupposes such a record. Proper references enable scholars to do research that builds upon, complements, or challenges views reached by other members of the community.

 

A reference or a citation is therefore a claim that the author has read the material, understood it, and proposes either to build upon it or to contest its validity. An author who offers a citation or a reference is therefore claiming familiarity with the material cited or referenced.

 

When Citations and References are Required

 

While references always involve judgments, there are commonly accepted reasons to cite source material:

 

 

To indicate the source of every direct quotation;

To indicate the source of material that is being paraphrased or summarized;

To acknowledge indebtedness to other authors for opinions, data and ideas that are not generally regarded as common knowledge;

To lend authority to a claim that the reader may reasonably be expected to question;

To support a statement for which there is either a single authority or about which there are conflicting perspectives;

To inform the reader of where to find alternative perspectives, corroborative authorities, or more extensive discussion of the topic.

PROPER DOCUMENTATION IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL IN SCHOLARLY WRITING. CARELESS AND INCORRECT DOCUMENTATION IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

 

The in-text system of author-date references that UTM POL uses by default comes from the 16th edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, which is available through the UTM Library website:

https://guides.library.utoronto.ca/c.php?g=251103&p=1741147

Students should consult chapter 15, the basic features of which are summarized in a ‘Quick Guide’:

https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html (last accessed July 31 July 2021).

 

The ‘Quick Guide’ offers examples both of parenthetical citations and of the corresponding entries that occur in a reference list at the end of the essay. To provide additional commentary or information that would otherwise disrupt the main text of the essay, footnotes are used in the traditional manner. The reference list is arranged in alphabetical order by authors’ surnames. If there is more than one title by the same author, they are arranged in chronological order. Extensive details concerning more complex issues are available in Chapter 15 of the Manual.

 

HELPFUL WRITING GUIDES

 

Margot Northey & Joan Mckibbin, Making Sense: A Student’s Guide to Research

and Writing (Oxford University Press, 2005)

Vincent Hopper, Cedric Gale, Ronald C. Foote & Benjamin W. Griffith, Essentials

of English: A Practical Handbook Covering All the Rules of English Grammar

and Writing (Barrons Educational Series, 2010)

For the fundamentals of punctuation see: Notes on Punctuation.pdf

Before you submit your essay, please make certain to run your spelling and grammar checker.

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