...20 September 2011 Topic Proposal The topic that I am using from the Affluenza book is Stuff Wars at the Airport on page 35. The angle that I am approaching this topic is from an airport employee stance. I worked at an international airport in several different capacities and think it provides a unique perspective. My guiding questions will be the basic such as: * What is the topic? * Why has this topic been chosen? * What is the focus of the topic? * How is the perspective and understanding conveyed to the reader? The concerns for this topic are the type of information that can be found other than personal experiences but believe that resources can be found in several areas on the internet, online databases, and library. Deciding on how specific is another concern, but believe that staying within the confines of the stuff wars specifically at the airport will keep the topic within the boundaries of the project. It is difficult to determine the time frame it will take to research the topic. It will take approximately two weeks to come up with an appropriate thesis and outline for the project. It could take two weeks to focus the topic on specific questions to ask but as soon as that is complete, it is easy to make a list of factual and interpretive questions for the reader to understand the research. After all has been completed, the research has a good foundation and is ready to start. To complete the essay will take one week to compile, rewrite, and...
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