I’ll upload my proposal with my teacher’s
comments on it, and the sources I’ll be using also with her comments. (You did the proposal the sources for me)
1) (For this part I need ONLY the Thesis statement
separately for a discussion board) Thesis writing is a challenge, undoubtedly. I struggle with it in that I don’t have foresight enough to know what I’m going to say before I’ve even said it. To help me focus a thesis, I revisit the steps of the simple question posted at the end of this paragraph solidifying answers as I move through the writing process:
We’ve been over this, but humor me for a moment, and forgive the repetition: there are three parts of the writing situation (what you’re trying to say, to whom, and why you’re trying to say it) as far as I can tell, and two of them (the what and the why) comprise the working parts of a thesis. That third piece, the who, is your audience and heavily influences what you’re trying to say. So–take some time to analyze the writing situation that you’re in–what are you trying to say, to whom, and why are you trying to say it? Even if the results are vague or messy to begin, so be it–focus them as you write, think, and research.
2) (For this part I need a rough draft for my paper, please
follow her comments on the proposal and the sources)
— Post four pages of a rough draft of your paper. They don’t need to be polished, but they need to be there in full and in MLA format.
— Don’t just leave a blank post with an attachment; instead, give your peers a little information about what you think is working, what’s not, where your confidence lies, what you’re unsure of, etc. (please make sure to separate this part, just around 50 words)
Jordan, G., Leskovar, R., & Marič, M. (2018). Impact of fear of identity theft and perceived risk on online purchase intention. Organizacija, 51(2), 146–155. https://doi.org/10.2478/orga-2018-0007
Presthus, W., & Vatne, D. M. (2019). A survey on Facebook users and Information Privacy. Procedia Computer Science, 164, 39–47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2019.12.152
Written by Jennifer van der Kleut for NortonLifeLock. (n.d.). Identity theft: What is it and how to avoid it. Norton. Retrieved October 12, 2021, from https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-id-theft-what-is-identity-theft.html.
My teacher’s comment on the sources:
While it’s not yet all that important, be sure to use MLA style when the time comes to write your actual citations in a Work Cited page.
Check out this video (Links to an external site.) it’s on lateral reading, a means of evaluating and understanding sources that you encounter.
Norton’s goal is to sell services–does that affect the way you see their website? And that’s not me saying you can’t use it, hardly; rather, your awareness of their biases and intent should shape the way you use it or any other source, if that makes sense?
pleaseee make sure to follow her comments in the proposal,
and the sources!!! Also make sure to open the proposal in Google Chrome so
you can see her comments in each part.
Let me know if you have any question please