statistical findings, tables, graphs, content analysis, and descriptions of events. This is also where you should give your interpretation of the evidence. Was your initial prediction supported? If not, why not? (about 5 – 6 pages)

The research paper should attempt to answer your research question based on the research you have done. Your paper should be 10 15 pages (not including the references page). Please use a heading for each section of your paper according to the list
below. You may add subheadings within each area if you want.

Introduction: Introduce your topic in an interesting way. Give some useful background on the country and be sure to state your research question clearly. (about 1 – 2 pages)

Literature Review: Take the scholarly sources from you annotated bibliography and write a narrative describing what the existing literature has to say about your topic. Be sure to cite at least 8 scholarly references. You may cut and paste sections of your annotated bibliography for this section, but make sure there is a thematic flow to the narrative rather than just talking about each source one at a time. (about 3 5 pages)

Analysis: The purpose of the analysis section is to answer the research question. You should present evidence to support your findings. Evidence includes things such as statistical findings, tables, graphs, content analysis, and descriptions of events. This is
also where you should give your interpretation of the evidence. Was your initial prediction supported? If not, why not? (about 5 – 6 pages)

Conclusion: The conclusion should restate your argument and summarize the results. Please discuss any implications to your findings. For example, are their policy recommendations that you have. (about 1 2 pages)

References: List all of your sources in Chicago style.