1. Term-paper must be organized around the framework of the syllabus. In analyzing any topic, for instance, African soap operas, theater arts, dance styles, music genres(like chimurenga), music videos, street art, visual arts, lifestyles magazines, literary works, blog cultures, beauty pageants, media, stardom, demonstrate sophisticated understandings of the historical, cultural, political, ideological and aesthetic considerations which frame it. Studies of distinctive features are, especially, encouraged. As such, concerted, interdisciplinary, scholarly frameworks for critically engaging the field are particularly encouraged.
2. The paper should shun cliches and embody perspectives that are capable of fostering fresh understandings. Hence, while ideas from the class, readings and/or other sources may be used as premises or supporting materials for the paper, the premium should be placed on exploring the not-so obvious.
3. The papers, whether term-paper or responses to take-home exams(when applicable), must be typed in 12-point Times New Roman fonts and double-spaced, with one inch margins. All term-papers must have titles. In each instance, your papers must be paginated, collated and stapled, with the title and your name on the cover page(at least).
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