Sociological Perspectives

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Sociological Perspective
Coursework
(50%)

1. Individual Assignments (20%)

Should include the following items:
1. Cover page

• School of General and Foundation Studies
• Course of study
• Sociological Perspective 31011
• Assignment Title
• Lecturer’s Name
• Student’s name and matric number

2. Table of contents
3. Introduction
4. Content
5. Conclusion
6. Bibliography

Compiling Bibliography

Reference for a book

• Author’s name followed by comma and followed by full stop • Date of publication (either in brackets of followed by full stop) • Title of book (either underlined or in italics) followed by full stop • Place of publication followed by colon

• Name of publisher followed by full stop

Example:

Nazaruddin Hj. Mohd Jali, (2003). Malaysian Studies Nationhood and Citizenship. Kuala Lumpur: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Reference for a journal article

• Author’s name followed by comma and initials followed by full stops. • Date of publication (either in brackets or followed by full stop). • Title of article followed by full stop. The title must not be underlined; it may be within apostrophes but this is not necessary. • Title of journal ( either underlined or in italics). • Journal volume number/issue followed by the full stop.

Example:
Lynch, B.K. (2000) A context-adaptive model of programme evaluation. TESOL QUARTELY 24/1

Reference for a newspaper/magazine articles

Example:

Anwar has described English in Kenya as “a language of communication with the outside world and with foreigners within the country” ( Straits Times, 14 July 2008)

Things to remember

• Your assignment should not be less than six pages (excluding appendices). • It should be type-written
• Font size 12
• Font Times New Roman
• Double spacing
• A4 sized paper
• Do not comb-bind
• On...

Bibliography: Anwar has described English in Kenya as “a language of communication with the outside world and with foreigners within the country” ( Straits Times, 14 July 2008)
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