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Purpose: Your first essay (Critical Analysis Review) Examines Aboriginal issues in Australia. Although the article represents research on an Australian community, it provides insight into aspects of allyship, intervention, stereotypes and the legacy of trauma from colonization. Description: Read Hammill, Jan. “The culture of masculinity in an Australian Indigenous community.” Development 44, no. 3 (2001): 21-24. and write a 1200-1600 words double-spaced formal critical review of the article (You must meet the minimum required word count without including footnotes). This article is added to the attachments. This assignment requires students to write a formal academic critical analysis of the author’s argument. The critical analysis should include an introduction. In the introduction the student should identify the author’s thesis statement and include a “road map.” A road map lays out the main points to be used that will demonstrate how the author argues and supports his/her thesis statement. In determining the level of success of the author’s argument, students should identify and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the argument. These points should be written in the order they will be presented in the paper. The introduction should not be longer than half a page. Students will be graded on the structure, grammar, content and referencing of the paper. The purposes of the assignment are to: (1) identify the author’s thesis statement and analyze the author’s supporting evidence and argument, (2) develop your own writing skills, and (3) Learn how to critically analyze research materials. Structurally, the review should be organized logically. Paragraphs should have topic sentences that relate to the introduction. Words should be spelled correctly, and sentences should be free of grammatical errors. The contents of the review should be factually correct and relate to the thesis statement. If the content of your review does not relate to the article it should be deleted. Any claims, critiques or arguments you make in your review need to be substantiated with evidence from the article. A four to five page review is not very long. Students will need to write concisely avoiding unnecessary words and/or sentences. You are also required to reference or footnote the article, using The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) format, when you refer to specific content including when you refer to an idea from the article, when you borrow an idea, provide a direct quotation, and when you paraphrase. Include a bibliography also using CMS format. CMS formatting can be found online through the Library reference guides (DO NOT USE AUTHOR/DATE format) and I prefer footnotes to endnotes (they are essentially the same thing but one goes at the bottom of each page, the other at the end of the paper) A rubric is provided for each essay assignment. Be sure to consult the rubric to determine how marks are allocated. For this essay you may use materials other than the article to provide the author’s background ONLY. Outside of the author information, you are not to use any other sources than the assigned article. The purposes of the assignment are to: (1) learn how to read/assess an article and identify the author’s thesis statement, supporting evidence and arguments, (2) critically analyze the author’s evidence and arguments (3) develop your own writing skills particularly how to craft a road map and thesis argument, and (3) learn something of settler/Indigenous relations in a global context. Students will be graded on the structure, grammar, content, and referencing of the paper. Please see the specific rubric for this assignment. The rubric details the grading scheme and allows you to see how your paper should be developed. Structurally, the essay should be organized logically. Paragraphs should have topic sentences that relate to the introduction. Words should be spelled correctly and sentences should be free of grammatical errors. In determining the level of success of the author’s argument, students should identify and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the argument. This means students must develop their own thesis in the form of an ARGUMENT. The contents of the essay should be factually correct and relate to the thesis statement. If the content of your essay does not relate to the article it should be deleted. Any claims, critiques or arguments you make in your essay need to be substantiated with evidence from the article. A four to five page essay is not very long. Students will need to write concisely, avoiding unnecessary words and/or sentences. Be sure you think critically about your paper. Analyze what the author is saying, what methods they use and think about their findings, and outcomes. You are also required to reference or footnote the article using CMS referencing style when you refer to specific content, including when you refer to an idea from the article, when you borrow an idea, provide a direct quotation, and when you paraphrase. Include a Bibliography, also using CMS referencing style. For this assignment you are not required to use any materials other than the mandatory article. Should you wish to supplement this with biographical information on the author, be sure to include those materials in your bibliography. Use of other reviewers’ comments, or other articles is not allowed. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the basics of writing a critical analysis.

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