Term papers must be on a topic that explores an aspect of collective bargaining of special interest to the student.
Final term papers will total approximately 12 pages (Times New Roman, 12 point font), double-spaced and critically engage an appropriate range of scholarly publications. At least 10 academic and/or legal sources are required.
Please provide a summary of your paper topic by March 4, 2020 (in person or by e-mail).
If the term paper is submitted late, 5% will be deducted from the grade for each day it is late. The term paper can be submitted in class or via e-mail.
The term paper will be marked on the following criteria:
- Clarity of writing;
- Identification of collective bargaining issues;
- Engagement with and analysis of issues and sources.