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ENG 200: Cook

This is a research guide for Brittany Cook's ENG 200 course.

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Welcome to the University of Dayton Libraries' guide for Brittany Cook's ENG 200 course. Click on the tabs to explore the many resources available to support the research requirements for this course and watch a brief video with search tips for each type of resource.

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Understand the Assignment

Objective:
To use research to make your argument stronger and structure your writing so that it appeals to a public audience.
Focus:
Develop an argument on where you see the greatest imbalance of power in the criminal justice system.
Sources:
A selection (i.e. not the whole text) from one of the primary course texts (Prison Writings, Serial, Just Mercy) and at least 2 scholarly sources from outside of class to supplement your claim.
Length:
7+ pages (not including Work Cited Page), 12 font, Times New Roman, 1-inch margins, double spaced, MLA format
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