Essay Help: MIS FINAL PAPER (MASTER DEGREE LEVEL) NOT A HIGH SCHOOL PLEASE

Allessays.net is an academic exchange platform for students and writers: order Dissertations, Essays, Research Papers, and other assignments. 1 Title technology on relationships Assignment type Essay Discipline Psychology Description You must write an opinion essay exploring either the benefits or disadvantages of technology on relationships (romantic, platonic, or familial). Since this is an opinion paper, you can write it in the first person but you must pick only one position (either pro technology or against it). You must support your opinion with a minimum of three references (books, journal articles, magazine articles, interviews, documentaries, etc.). General Guidelines Your paper must be: • Length: 4-7 pages, not including the title page or the references (anything less or more will receive a deduction) • Spelling & grammar: ANY spelling or grammatical errors (whether it’s 1 error or 10 errors) will receive a deduction • APA formatted (includes in-text citations, title page, and references page, but you DO NOT need an abstract) • Typed, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins, page numbers (in upper right hand corner of each page) • Must be submitted ELECTRONICALLY by the start of class Tuesday, November 29th by 2:00 pm. Submit paper to DROPBOX on D2L (found under the Assessment tab). LATE PAPERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED • References: each paper must contain at least three separate references (your textbook should/could be one of them). References must be in APA format (both in-text citations and bibliography/references at the end of the paper). • To find articles: DVC library and Google Scholar Essay Break Down: • Introduction: introduce your opinion (you believe technology is good for relationships or you think that technology is bad for relationships) and list the three supportive reasons that you will use as evidence for your opinion (this is your thesis statement; MUST HAVE) o Example of thesis statements for an opinion paper: 1. Marijuana should no longer be seen as an illegal substance, and should instead be legalized due to the health benefits associated with its use, the financial benefit associated with its sale, and the overall public support for its legalization. 2. While necessary, drinking age laws are largely ineffective, as underage drinking persists, traffic accidents and fatalities remain, and other laws continue to be broken by underage citizens in order to consume alcohol. 3. Although electroconvulsive therapy was founded under questionable reasoning, today it is a great help to those suffering from severe depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia because its response rate is higher than that of antidepressants or psychotherapy. Not only this, but its effectiveness is backed by countless studies over the past couple of years; furthermore, it has treated thousands of patients who have had no other effective options. • Body paragraphs: one paragraph per supportive reason of your topic. • Conclusion: restate the concepts you covered and the reasons that you gave to support your position References Tutorial APA: The Easy Way! 2nd edition. A Quick and Simplified Guide to the APA Writing Style. Peggy M. Houghton, Ph.D. and Timothy J. Houghton, Ph.D. All of the following information is directly from the above source. Basic Paper Layout:  1 inch margins  12 point font  Times New Roman  Left justified  Double spaced In-text Citations  When paraphrasing an author, the punctuation should be placed after the actual reference citation. Example: (Rowe, 2008).  When citing a direct quotation less than 40 words, the punctuation should be placed after the actual reference citation. Example: “xxxxxxxxxx” (Rowe, 2008).  When citing a direct quotation 40 words or greater, the entire quotation is indented .5” and no quotation marks are required. In this instance, the punctuation is placed before the actual reference citation. Example xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. (Rowe, 2008)  The abbreviation for page is p. If using multiple pages, the abbreviation is pp. Example: (Rowe, 2008, p. 34) and (Rowe, 2008, pp. 34-35)  Citing one author: author’s last name and the publication year. Example: (Rowe, 2008)  Citing two authors: use both of the authors’ names every time, along with the ampersand (&) and the publication year. Example: (Rowe & Hawkins, 2009)  Citing three, four, or five authors: cite all authors in the first reference citation; in subsequent citations, use only the last name of the first author followed by et al. Example: (Rowe et al., 2008)  Citing six or more authors: always use only the last name of the first author followed by et al. Example: (Rowe et al., 2008)  Electronic references (websites): When no page number is provided with electronic sources, cite the paragraph number when paragraphs are numbered. The paragraph number is needed only in the case of a direct quotation (accomplished by using the paragraph abbreviation para). In situations where the paragraph numbers are not provided, give the subtitle of the section along with the number of the paragraph within the section. If the subtitle is too long to include, use a shortened title in quotation marks. Example: (Rowe, 2009, para. 2) and (Rowe, 2009, Freedom Rights section, para. 2) Reference Page  1 inch margins  Title is References  The first line of each reference entry should start at the left margin with the following lines being indented one half inch (hanging indent).  References should be listed in alphabetical order by first author.  Authors should be listed with last name first, followed by first and middle (if given) initials.  For two to seven authors, separate authors with commas and use an ampersand (&) before the last author’s name, followed by the date.  Books: should list the author, publication date, title, edition, and publishing information. A book title should be italicized, and only the first letter and proper nouns should be capitalized. o Jackson, L.P. (2008). The times are changing for urban developers (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Allester and Bacon.  Journals: should list the author, publication date, article title, journal title, volume, issue, and page numbers. An article title should not be italicized or placed in quotation marks and only the first letter and proper nouns should be capitalized. If found on the internet, include the digital object identifier (DOI) if available. o Ostroff, C. (2002). The relationship between satisfaction, attitudes, and performance: An organizational level analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 12(2), 963-974, doi: 10:2114-445.57.291 A journal article with no DOI available should list the URL: Ostroff, C. (2002). The relationship between satisfaction, attitudes, and performance: An organizational level analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 12(2), 963-974. Retrieved from http://www.nwlink.com/~donplark/leader/learnor2.html  Magazines: should list the author(s), entire publication date, article title, magazine title, volume, and page numbers. Magazine titles should be italicized, using upper and lowercase letters (significant words should be capitalized). An article title should not be italicized or placed in quotation marks, and only the first letter and proper nouns should be capitalized(unless using a colon, period, question mark, or exclamation point; then the first letter after the punctuation should also be capitalized → The market crash: Are we done yet?) o Hoban, D.M. (2007, July 23). Fighting high cholesterol in diabetic adults. Healthweek, 12(2), 54-57.  Newspapers: should list the author(s), entire publication date, article title, newspaper title, and pages (separate non-consecutive pages with a comma) o Helm, T.R. (2007, May 23). Terrorism in the food chain. The Montgomery Times, pp.A1, A11.  Motion pictures: should list the names of major contributors with their titles in parentheses, publication date, title [Motion picture], country, and studio o Roots, K. (Producer), & Dumars, J. (Director). (2008). On the road with an NBA championship team [Motion picture]. United States: Waver Pictures.  Online newspaper articles: should list the author(s), entire publication date, article title, newspaper title, and URL. o Hewlett, M.T. (2007, March 23). Education helps stop turnover. Boston Herald. Retrieved from http://www.bostonherald.com  Web reference: if there isn’t a date, n.d. should be used, a document with no author or date should list the title, n.d., and URL o Hispanic men in the corporate world. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.psycheck.com/psy/edu.htm o Johns, K., & Sims, P.T. (2007). Social structures within political organizations. Retrieved from http://www.mu.edu/publications/papers.html  Interview: you will only cite an interview in the text of your essay, not in your reference list. In parenthesis you will include the communicator’s name (aka the one being interviewed), the phrase “personal communication”, and the date of the interview/communication. o (M. Robbins, personal communication, October 4, 2015). 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