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* Start today by reflecting on your conference from last week.
** According to our meeting, what is the next step that you should take from here?
** Are you keeping up with your work?
* Write for 5-10 minutes without stopping to get your mind on your project!
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* What do we mean by %newwin color=#ff6600%[[http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bias|bias]]%black%?

* Where do we find bias?
** %newwin color=#ff6600%[[http://faculty.washington.edu/jalbano/bias.html|news]]
** music
** movies
** art
** websites
** everywhere!!!

* So how does this relate to the articles you've found?
** Bias is not always negative, although it often carries that connotation.
** Bias can be persuasive; identifying it in your research can help you determine which arguments stand on their own and which require more embellishment.
** Thinking about bias in terms of what the author has to gain (or lose) by writing about something in a particular way is a good way to begin to understand the bias that they are writing with.
** Remember that we each carry our own biases and that you should take them into consideration when examining bias, in order to remain objective about your research!
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* My example Negotiation Report will be posted later today on the %color=darkgreen%[[http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SeanBritt/FA10P2Rubric|Major Assignments]]%black% link. Check it out while you begin the process of writing your own!
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* My example Negotiation Report will be posted later today on the %newwin color=darkgreen%[[http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SeanBritt/FA10P2Rubric|Major Assignments]]%black% link. Check it out while you begin the process of writing your own!
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* My example Negotiation Report will be posted later today on the %color=darkgreen%[[http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SeanBritt/FA10P2Rubric|Major Assignments]]%black% link. Check it out while you begin the process of writing your own!
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* My example Negotiation Report will be posted later today on the %color=darkgreen%[[http://critical.tamucc.edu/wiki/SeanBritt/FA10GradeDistribution|Major Assignments]]%black% link. Check it out while you begin the process of writing your own!
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* Let's also examine how to double check your sources for "peer-reviewed" status.
** If you are using a source from a journal article and it isn't listed as peer-reviewed on %newwin color=darkgreen%[[http://www.ulrichsweb.com/ulrichsweb/default.asp?navPage=4&|Ulrich's]]%black%, then you'll have to do some extensive explaining in your final annotation for it to meet the requirements of this project.
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* The other thing that needs to be addressed in your Negotiation Report is the precedent for your conflict.
* Questions to answer that will help you demonstrate this:
** Who has negotiated this issue recently?
** What evidence have they used to explain their side of the negotiation?
** Where does this negotiation have the greatest impact, specifically?
** When did this conflict begin, and out of what previous conflicts?
** Why has there not been resolution?

* Answer these questions about your topic, based on the research you've read so far.
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* If you haven't completed most of your research yet, try to get close to finishing before Wednesday. You'll want to leave time for revision, editing and organization of your portfolio!
** Completed research includes several sources beyond the ten peer-reviewed annotated sources! Don't forget to include the citations of those at the end of your Negotiation Report!
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