Instruction:You will write one research paper for this course, due at the end of the term. The paper should be approximately ten (10) pages in length, following formatting guidelines that I will provide to you. The paper will require you to choose a topic related to the Flint Water Crisis and conduct research on that topic. Research can involve any number of methods of acquiring information about your topic, including reading scholarly sources, cultural analysis, archival research, interviews, surveys, participant observation, or some combination of these. While papers need not be argumentative in nature, they must demonstrate skills of interpretation and analysis. My evaluation of your paper will be based on several factors: –
The focus and organization of the paper. –
The originality of the research and/or the perspective taken in the paper. –
The quality, adequacy, and interpretation of the data/evidence used in the paper. –
The clarity and mechanics (grammar, spelling, punctuation, formatting, etc.) of the paper.
Additional materials: Kruger, Cupal, Kodjebacheva, and Fockler, “Perceived Water Quality and Reported Health among Adults during the Flint, MI Water Crisis.”
Danielle Buttke, et al., “Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) after the Flint Water Crisis: May 17−19, 2016,” Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 27, no. 6 (December 2012): 496–502.
I want the paper to talk about the psychological impact on public and children caused by governors and fake scientists (like water defense）.