D) An individual paper of 7-8 pages (4-5 pages for students earning 5 ETCS points)
Using theory from this course, you should analyse a work, case, theory or phenomenon that you find puzzling or thought provoking (not one of the examples from the oral presentations).
Deadline: April 28. You should turn in a print of the paper directly to Lotte. If you are unable to attend class April 28 the paper should be delivered to my mailbox in the main building (bld. 1580) before class.
For guidelines on how to write an academic paper, please read these guidelines.
Beware that you do not accidentally plagiarize. For guidelines on how to use the work of others, please refer to this page.