PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THIS PAPER IS TO BE A CONTINUATION OF THE LAST PAPER THAT i HAD WRITTEN ON DEPRESSION READ ALL OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS REALLY WELL PLEASE
I want to continue on with the paper that you wrote on depression
this paper will be done in phases
the whole paper will be ten pages in length when done
Select at leasDouble-space your paper, with 1-inch margins on top, bottom and sides.
Do not use a cover sheet. Place your name, the course name and number, and the date in the upper left corner, skip one inch, and center the title of the paper.
Double-space, indent, and begin your text below the title. Indent the first line of each paragraph, and do not right-justify or skip lines between paragraphs.
Your Works Cited or References page should follow the format specified by either MLA or APA style as the basis for information you will draw on in your writing. These may be sources you cited in your preliminary list, or you may add and/or substitute others that you have found as you explored the literature in your area. Only reliable, scholarly web sites are acceptable as references. Wikipedia is not considered a reliable or scholarly web site.
In your paper, state the thesis – the point of view – that has evolved from your research and that your paper will support.
In each article or book that you have selected, identify the major issues and the points that the particular author makes about these issues. Give serious thought to how these points support or conflict with your initial thesis and how they relate to the research question you have formatted.
Then write the first draft of your paper. Remember that you are focusing on the issues, not on each article separately. Therefore, do not organize your paper article by article: it should be organized issue by issue.