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ECO 203 Entire Course (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 3 Set of Papers for each Assignment, 4 Set of Quiz for each Week (DQs—1 Set Only) ECO 203 Week 1 DQ 1 Economics Systems ECO 203 Week 1 DQ 2 Role of Government ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz (4 Set) ECO 203 Week 2 Journal Challenges to the American Labor Force ECO 203 Week 2 DQ 1 The Current State of the Economy and Unemployment ECO 203 Week 2 DQ 2 Who Benefits and Who Loses from Inflation? ECO 203 Week 2 Quiz (4 Set) ECO 203 Week 3 Assignment Efforts to Reduce the Budget Deficit (3 Papers) ECO 203 Week 3 Discussion Question 1 Government Fiscal Policy ECO 203 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 Budget Deficits and the National Debt ECO 203 Week 3 Quiz (4 Set) ECO 203 Week 4 DQ 1 (Federal Reserve Bank Policy during the 20072008 Recession)


ECO 203 Week 4 DQ 1 (The Effect of Bank Lending on the Company) ECO 203 Week 4 Journal (Reflection on Government Participation in the Economy) ECO 203 Week 4 Quiz (4 Set) ECO 203 Week 5 DQ 1 Foreign Direct Investment wECO 203 Week 5 DQ 2 Economies In Transition ECO 203 Week 5 Final Expansionary Economic Policy (3 Papers) V================================================== ===================================

ECO 203 Week 1 DQ 1 Economics Systems (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Week 1 Economics Systems. Discuss how your college education could be considered an investment in human capital. What is the opportunity cost of your degree? Reference: Chapter 1, section 1.1: Economics and Chapter 2, section 2.1: Limited Resources. Guided Response: Review and respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by replying to their posts on how a college


education contributes to human capital and the opportunity cost of a degree. Be sure to refer to concepts found in the reading when responding to your classmates. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 1 DQ 2 Role of Government (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Role of Government. Economics is the study of how society chooses to allocate its scarce productive resources (labor, capital, land, entrepreneurial talent). In a mixed economy, elements of both central planning and market allocation of resources are used in allocating productive resources. The United States economy is a mixed economy, with a bias towards market allocation of resources. This means most resources are allocated in the private sector by way of markets. Discuss whether you favor a larger or smaller role of government in the economy. Refer to concepts found in the reading to support your opinion. Reference: Chapter 2: Markets, Governments, and Nations: The Organization of Economic Activity


Guided Response: Review and respond to at least two of your classmates’ by stating why you agree or disagree which economic activities the government is more efficient at providing, and which economic activities the private sector is more efficient at providing. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 4 Set of Week 1 Quiz (All Questions Listed Below) ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz 1 1. Question : An economy that does NOT engage in international trade is 2. Question : In what kind of economy is a central planning board or commission typically used to answer the basic economic questions? 3. Question : All but which one of the following could shift the demand curve? 4. Question : The basis for a market solution to the basic economic questions is 5. Question : When economists say "consumers vote with their dollars," they mean that


6. Question : In a market economy, what to produce is primarily decided by 7. Question : Capital consists of 8. Question : If an individual's income increases, then the demand for a normal good will 9. Question : When the government allocates money to build highways, it is answering which basic economic question? 10. Question : Which of the following is NOT an economic function of the government? ECO 203 week 1 Quiz 2 1.

Question : An example of investment, as defined in economics, is

2. Question : What function of government promotes price stability and full employment? 3. Question :

An economic system is said to be

4. Question : The measure of the cost of a particular good in terms of what is given up to produce that good is called 5. Question : In a market system, property rights are enforced by 6. Question : The basic economic problem is 7. Question : In a market economy, what to produce is primarily decided by 8. Question : Which of the following would be described as capital by an economist? 9. Question : A shift to the right (away from the origin) of a production possibilities curve is an illustration of 10. Question : In what kind of economy is a central planning board or commission typically used to answer the basic economic questions? ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz 3


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Question : Macroeconomics is the study of

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Question : An economic system is said to be

3. Question : A shift to the right (away from the origin) of a production possibilities curve is an illustration of 4. Question : The self-interest assumption is made by economists because 5.

Question : When price changes, there is an opposite change in the

6. Question : Demand relates the various amounts that consumers are willing to buy over a specified time period 7.

Question : When price changes, one should expect a change in 8. Question : Self-interested behavior and incentives are0

9. Question : Which of the following would be described as capital by an economist? 10. Question : When the government allocates money to build highways, it is answering which basic economic question? ECO 203 Week 1 Quiz 4 1. Question : If an individual's income increases, then the demand for a normal good will 2. Question : An example of investment, as defined in economics, is 3. Question : All but which one of the following could shift the demand curve? 4. Question : When a firm decides to replace some workers with robots in its production process, it is making a decision about one of the basic economic questions. Which one? 5. Question : When price changes, one should expect a change in


6. Question : Demand relates the various amounts that consumers are willing to buy over a specified time period 7. Question : When the government redistributes income, it is answering a basic economic question. Which one? 8. Question : Self-interested behavior and incentives are 9. Question : Which of the following would be described as capital by an economist? w10. Question : When price changes, there is an opposite change in the =================================================== ==================================

ECO 203 Week 2 DQ 1 The Current State of the Economy and Unemployment (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com The Current State of the Economy and Unemployment. Imagine a scenario where there is a decline in aggregate demand. Identify which part of the business cycle is part of a decline in aggregate demand. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the amount of new production. A change in the amount of new production affects employment. Describe what would happen to GDP, the unemployment rate and the inflation rate if there is


a decline in aggregate demand. Reference: Chapter 6, section 6.3: Aggregate Equilibrium and Changes in Equilibrium. Guided Response: Review and respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by discussing this question in terms of how a decrease in aggregate demand impacts GDP, and why the change in GDP affects unemployment =========================================== ========================================== .

ECO 203 Week 2 DQ 2 Who Benefits and Who Loses from Inflation (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Who Benefits and Who Loses from Inflation? Inflation is an important policy issue because it causes a redistribution of income and wealth, and discourages saving and investment. Discuss how inflation affects borrowers and lenders, asset prices, and households on fixed incomes. Reference: Chapter 4, section 4.3: Gainers and Losers from Inflation.


Guided Response: Review and respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by sharing any ideas you may have about how households and businesses can protect themselves against inflation. Be sure to refer to concepts found in the reading when responding to your classmates. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 2 Quiz (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 4 Set of Week 1 Quiz (All Questions Listed Below) ECO 203 Week 2 Quiz 1 1. Question : All but which one of the following are possible benefits of economic growth? 2. Question : A country is in a recession if 3. Question : All but one of the following will shift the aggregate supply curve to the right. 4. Question : The labor force is composed of 5. Question : When the jobs available in a market don't fit the skills of those looking for work, the economy is experiencing 6. Question : If aggregate demand increases and the aggregate supply curve is upward sloping and unchanged, 7. Question : Cyclical unemployment is a function of 8. Question : During the expansionary phase of the business cycle, it is likely that real 9. Question : The typical aggregate demand curve 10. Question : The turning points of the business cycle are called ECO 203 Week 2 Quiz 2 1. Question : A very important fact about national income


accounting is that 2. Question : Who is NOT a loser in inflation? 3. Question : Cyclical unemployment is a function of 4. Question : A country is in a recession if 5. Question : Which of the following is a criticism of the CPI? 6. Question : If taxes increase and the AS curve is upward sloping, then 7.Question : The presence of discouraged workers may cause 8. Question : Which of the following is a result of slow economic growth? 9. Question : During the expansionary phase of the business cycle, it is likely that real 10. Question : The turning points of the business cycle are called set 2 1. Question : All but one of the following factors may contribute to slow growth of productivity in the United States: 2. Question : Policies to reduce fluctuations in output and employment are called 3. Question : When the jobs available in a market don't fit the skills of those looking for work, the economy is experiencing 4. Question : Which of the following is a result of slow economic growth? 5. Question : All but one of the following will shift the aggregate supply curve to the right. 6. Question : Cyclical unemployment is a function of 7. Question : The turning points of the business cycle are called 8. Question : All but which one of the following are possible benefits of economic growth? 9. Question : As an economy recovers from a trough in the business cycle, 10. Question : Which form of unemployment will probably last for the shortest time for a given worker? ECO 203 week 2 Quiz 3 1. Question : GDP is defined as 2. Question : The transfer of funds from savers to business investors takes place in the 3. Question : The curve that shows quantities of total real output that will be offered for sale at various price levels is called the 4. Question : The turning points of the business cycle are called 5. Question : Which of the following is a criticism of the CPI? 6. Question : Who is most likely to be a winner during inflationary times? 7. Question : All but one of the following


factors may contribute to slow growth of productivity in the United States: 8. Question : Which of the following is a result of slow economic growth? 9. Question : If aggregate demand increases and the aggregate supply curve is upward sloping and unchanged, 10. Question : During the expansionary phase of the business cycle, it is likely that real ECO 203 Week 2 Quiz 1. Question : Who is most likely to be a winner during inflationary times? 2. Question : A very important fact about national income accounting is that 3. Question : Policies to reduce fluctuations in output and employment are called 4. Question : All but which one of the following are possible benefits of economic growth? 5. Question : In the circular flow model, how can households use their income? 6. Question : The curve that shows quantities of total real output that will be offered for sale at various price levels is called the 7. Question : Cyclical unemployment is a function of 8. Question : The government component of GDP includes government expenditures on 9. Question : An increase in the money supply 10. Question : Which of the following is a criticism of the CPI? Week 2 Quiz Set 5 1. Question : The term “recession� refers to a 2. Question : Who is NOT a loser in inflation? 3. Question : The transfer of funds from savers to business investors takes place in the 4. Question : If taxes increase and the AS curve is upward sloping, then 5. Question : The turning points of the business cycle are called 6. Question : As an economy recovers from a trough in the business cycle, 7. Question : Short-term unemployment while searching for a new job is called 8. Question : Economists use the phrase "business cycle" when discussing 9. Question : In the circular flow model, how can households use their income? 10. Question : The curve that shows quantities of total real output that will be offered for sale at various price levels


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ECO 203 Week 3 Assignment Efforts to Reduce the Budget Deficit (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 3 Papers of this Assignment Efforts to Reduce the Budget Deficit The rapid growth of the national debt alarmed some politicians and created pressure for restricting Congress's unlimited ability to spend. After reviewing Chapter 10, Section 10.2: Efforts to Reduce the Deficit, write a 2-3 page paper, formatted according to APA style as outlined in your approved style guide, discussing the actions taken by the Congress since 1985 to reduce the budget deficits. Include some authoritative sources on the current debate between the White House and Congress on what measures are necessary to address spending and revenues, i.e. news reports, official statements, press conferences, as well as numerous government websites. Suggested references: Ashford University Online Library (follow the Library link within the left-handed tool bar). Congressional Budget Office: www.cbo.gov. Internal Revenue Service: www.irs.gov. The Executive Office of the President: www.whitehouse.gov. The paper: • Must be 2 to 3 double-spaced pages in length and formatted according to APA style as outlined in your approved style guide. • Must have a cover page that includes: 1. Title of paper 2. Student’s name 3. Course name and number 4. Instructor’s name 5. Date submitted Must


include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought. Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph. Must use at least three references, including the textbook. One reference must come from the Ashford Library. Must use APA style as outlined in your approved style guide to document all sources. Must include, on the final page, a Reference List that is completed according to APA style as outlined in your approved style guide =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 3 DQ 1 Government Fiscal Policy (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Government Fiscal Policy. Between 2007 and 2009 the U.S. economy experienced a severe recession. In an effort to stimulate the economy, the federal government passed a stimulus package. Explain the federal government’s use of fiscal policy (the stimulus) to promote growth and employment. Support your ideas with concepts found in the assigned reading. Include the following in your response: Discuss some actions taken by the federal government and whether the recession would have been longer and the unemployment rate higher if the government had not acted by passing the stimulus package?


If left alone, do you believe the economy would have corrected itself as suggested by Classical economic theory? Explain. Discuss the effect these policies had on increasing the size of the budget deficits and the national debt. Reference: Chapter 9, section 9.4: More Recent Tax Changes, and Chapter 10, section 10.2: Early 1990s and 2000s Recessions. Guided Response: Review the discussion board posts of your classmates. Respond to at least two of your classmates by agreeing or disagreeing with their posts. Support your ideas with concepts found in the assigned reading. Related Tutorials =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 3 DQ 2 Budget Deficits and the National Debt (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Budget Deficits and the National Debt. Between 2007 and 2011 the federal budget deficit grew from $160.7 billion to $1,299.6 billion, and the national debt grew from $8.9 trillion to $14.8 trillion. (Figure 10.1: The ratio of debt to GDP, 1977-2011.)


In your post, differentiate the budget deficit from the national debt. How do you think the increases in the budget deficits and the national debt will affect the economy in the future? Reference: Chapter 10, section 10.1: Debt and Deficits, and section 10.4: Do Deficits Matter? Guided Response: Review the discussion board posts of your classmates. Respond to at least two of your classmates with questions that allow them to extend their thinking. Support your ideas with concepts found in the assigned reading. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 3 Quiz (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Budget Deficits and the National Debt. Between 2007 and 2011 the federal budget deficit grew from $160.7 billion to $1,299.6 billion, and the national debt grew from $8.9 trillion to $14.8 trillion. (Figure 10.1: The ratio of debt to GDP, 1977-2011.) In your post, differentiate the budget deficit from the national debt. How do you think the increases in the budget deficits and the national debt will affect the economy in the future?


Reference: Chapter 10, section 10.1: Debt and Deficits, and section 10.4: Do Deficits Matter? Guided Response: Review the discussion board posts of your classmates. Respond to at least two of your classmates with questions that allow them to extend their thinking. Support your ideas with concepts found in the assigned reading. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 4 DQ 1 Federal Reserve Bank Policy during the 2007-2008 Recession (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 4 Set of Week 1 Quiz (All Questions Listed Below) ECO 203 Week 3 Quiz 1 1. Question : In a macroeconomic equilibrium, 2. Question : A progressive tax taxes each individual 3. Question : Supply-side tax cuts are aimed primarily at encouraging 4. Question : Keynes believed that the correct role for government during a depression was to 5. Question : The largest source of income for state governments is 6. Question : Before Keynes, most economists and politicians believed in 7. Question : Say's law states that supply creates its own demand because 8. Question : The national debt 9. Question : In the classical model, the economy will tend toward full employment because of 10. Question : The length of time it takes to realize that there is an economic problem is called SET 2 1.


Question : A progressive tax taxes each individual 2. Question : In the classical model, the supply of loanable funds is 3.Question : Which of the following is the largest source of funds for the federal government? 4. Question : The length of time it takes to realize that there is an economic problem is called 5. Question : If the equilibrium level of national income is less than the desired level of national income, then 6. Question : Keynes argued that planned saving was 7. Question : Why do deficits persist even during the expansionary phase of the business cycle? 8.Question : The largest single item in the federal budget is 9. Question : Before Keynes, most economists and politicians believed in 10. Question : The national debt is a burden on future generations if ECO 203 week 3 Quiz 3 1. Question : A laissez-faire attitude toward most markets is most closely associated with 2. Question : Imports are 3. Question : A structural deficit 4. Question : In the classical model, the supply of loanable funds is 5. Question : Fiscal policy is different in an open economy than in a closed economy because 6. Question : The national debt 7. Question : The Investment Tax Credit 8. Question : The federal income tax is 9. Question : The measure that shows how much of the deficit is due to a downturn in economic activity is 10. Question : If taxes are cut, then consumption ECO 203 Week 3 Quiz 1. Question : The Investment Tax Credit 2. Question : A structural deficit 3. Question : The national debt is a burden on future generations if 4. Question : Fiscal policy is different in an open economy than in a closed economy because 5. Question : A laissezfaire attitude toward most markets is most closely associated with 6. Question : In the Keynesian view, the primary purpose of fiscal policy is to 7. Question : Before Keynes, most economists and politicians believed in 8. Question : Opponents of discretionary fiscal policy believe that it 9. Question : In the classical model, the supply


of loanable funds is 10. Question : The length of time it takes to realize that there is an economic problem is called Week 3 Quiz Set 4 1. Question : The time between the legislation of fiscal policy and its effect on output and employment is called 2. Question : The federal income tax is 3. Question : The largest single item in the federal budget is 4. Question : The Investment Tax Credit 5. Question : The measured deficit would be larger if 6. Question : Opponents of discretionary fiscal policy believe that it 7. Question : Keynes blamed economic downturns primarily on 8. Question : Keynes argued that planned saving was 9. Question : A structural deficit 10. Question : When aggregate planned expenditure falls short of potential output, the economy experiences =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 4 DQ 2 The Effect of Bank Lending on the Economy (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com The Effect of Bank Lending on the Economy. In conducting expansionary monetary policy, even if the Federal Reserve Bank is providing reserves to the banking system, during a recession or during periods of slow economic growth, banks may choose not to lend out their reserves


when interest rates are low and potential borrowers look risky. This is known as a “credit crunch�. Explain how a credit crunch affects economic growth. Specifically, answer these questions in your post: How does a credit crunch affect consumer spending and business investment? How does a credit crunch affect aggregate demand, GDP, and unemployment? Reference: Chapter 14.1 Is Monetary Policy Effective? and section 14.3: Domestic Sectoral Effects. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 4 Quiz (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com This Tutorial contains 4 Set of Week 4 Quiz (All Questions Listed Below) ECO 203 Week 4 Quiz 1 1. Question : The bulk of the M1 money supply is made up of 2. Question : Through open market operations, the Federal Reserve 3. Question : All but which one of the following are tools of monetary policy? 4.Question : Which of the following is a function performed by a modern society's money? 5. Question : If the Federal Reserve creates excess bank reserves, banks are likely to 6. Question : The central bank and monetary authority of the United


States is 7. Question : The M1 money supply includes 8. Question : The fact that money is legal tender increases its 9. Question : In the classical model, the money supply affects the economy 10. Question : The most important monetary tool of the Federal Reserve System is ECO 203 Week 4 Quiz 2 1. Question : In an economy with a large foreign sector, compared to one with little international economic activity, 2. Question : To keep the federal funds rate from rising above the target zone, the Fed must 3. Question : The store of wealth function of money refers to money as 4. Question : If the demand for money is highly sensitive to changes in the interest rate, a small decrease in the interest rate will cause 5. Question : When the Fed changes monetary policy in response to changing economic conditions, it is 6. Question : Changes in the reserve ratio, open market operations, and changes in the discount rate are all tools used by the Fed to 7. Question : Individuals accept dollars because 8. Question : The medium of exchange function of money refers to money as 9. Question : The lender of last resort function refers to 10. Question : The First National Bank of Oklahoma has checkable deposits of $10,000,000 and total reserves of $2,500,000; the reserve ratio is 15 percent. What is the most this bank can lend out? ECO 203 Week 4 Quiz 1. Question : M1 includes all but which one of the following? 2. Question : The most important monetary tool of the Federal Reserve System is 3. Question : If the Fed sells government bonds on the open market, which of the following is likely to occur? 4. Question : In the classical model, the money supply affects the economy 5. Question : The First National Bank of Oklahoma has checkable deposits of $ 10,000,000 and total reserves of $2,500,000; the reserve ratio is 15 percent. What is the required level of reserves for this bank? 6. Question : Which of the following is a function performed by a modern society's money? 7. Question : If the market for money is in equilibrium, then 8.


Question : A bank's lending out a portion of the deposits of its customers is 9. Question : If the Federal Reserve creates excess bank reserves, banks are likely to 10. Question : Which of the following is NOT a correct statement? Week 4 Quiz Set 4 1. Question : M1 includes all but which one of the following? 2. Question : The transactions demand for money depends on 3. Question : Individuals accept dollars because 4. Question : The fact that money is legal tender increases its 5. Question : According to the M1 definition, the money supply consists of currency held by the public plus 6. Question : To keep the federal funds rate from rising above the target zone, the Fed must 7. Question : If the Fed sells government bonds on the open market, which of the following is likely to occur? 8. Question : When the Federal Open Market Committee buys a government bond from a bank, 9. Question : Transactions that involve the direct trade of one good for another are called 10. Question : The ability of an ass =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 5 DQ 1 Foreign Direct Investment (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Foreign Direct Investment. Imagine you are in charge of development for a developing country and were approached by a multinational corporation interested in locating in your country.


Identify some of the benefits and some of the costs to the host country from allowing a multinational corporation to locate in a country with a developing economy. Discuss with your classmates if developmental assistance from world developmental agencies, such as the World Bank or the United Nations, would be preferable to private investment. Reference: Chapter 17, section 17.5: Help From The Private Sector: Multinationals. =========================================== ==========================================

ECO 203 Week 5 DQ 2 Economies in Transition (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Economies in Transition. The movement in the direction of a marketbased system with freely determined prices, competition, profits, private ownership, and other features of capitalism is not simple. Discuss some of the challenges associated with an economy transitioning from socialism to capitalism. Reference: Chapter 20, section 20.1: World Economic Systems, and section 20.2: Transition to a Market System


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ECO 203 Week 5 Final Paper Expansionary Economic Policy (Ash Course) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.eco203tutorials.com Week 5 Final Paper

In an effort to move the economy out of a recession, the federal government would engage in expansionary economic policies. Describe the actions the government would take in conducting expansionary fiscal policy and expansionary monetary policy. Expansionary Fiscal Policy: Review Chapter 7: Classical Macroeconomics and the Keynesian Challenge and Chapter 9: Taxes, Government Spending, and Fiscal Policy. Explain the actions the federal government would take while engaging in expansionary fiscal policy in terms of the following: The necessary change in taxes and government spending, The effect on aggregate demand, GDP, and employment. Final Paper


Expansionary Monetary Policy: Review Chapter 12: Banking and The Federal Reserve System and Chapter 14: Monetary Policy In Theory And Practice. Identify the three tools available to the Federal Reserve Bank (The Fed) when conducting monetary policy. Explain whether the Fed would: Increase or decrease the required reserve ratio Increase or decrease the discount rate Buy or sell government securities when conducting expansionary monetary policy Explain how these actions would affect the money supply, interest rates, spending, aggregate demand, GDP, and employment. Writing the Final Paper

The Final Paper: 1. Must be 5 to 6 double-spaced pages in length and formatted according to APA style as outlined in your approved style guide. 2. Must have a cover page that includes: a. Title of paper b. Student’s name c. Course name and number d. Instructor’s name e. Date submitted 3. Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.


4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought. 5. Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph. 6. Must use at least four scholarly resources, including the textbook. Two references must come from the Ashford Library. 7. Must use APA style as outlined in your approved style guide to document all sources. 8. Must include, on the final page, a Reference List that is completed according to APA style as outlined in your approved style guide. =====================================================================================

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