11.S945 | Fall 2013 | Graduate
Urbanizing China: A Reflective Dialogue

Projects

Students will pair themselves and deliver a project as a team. Each pair will choose one of the candidate topics or may propose a different topic, which is equally encouraged. The deliverables include:

  • Project idea (600 words) and presentation (5 minutes)
  • Project proposal (3000 words) and presentation (15 minutes)
  • Project draft report (6000 words)
  • Project final report (6000 words) and presentation (20 minutes)

The following table details the required components for the project proposal and reports.

PROJECT PROPOSAL PROJECT REPORT (DRAFT AND FINAL)
Project title Project title
Highlights Highlights
Abstract (250 words) Abstract (250 words)
Keywords Keywords
1. Introduction

  • Context / significance
  • Objectives / research questions

1. Introduction

  • Context / significance
  • Objectives / research questions
2. Literature Review

2. Literature Review

3. Methodology

  • Data
  • Models / theories / methods

3. Methodology

  • Data
  • Models / theories / methods
4. Expected results 4. Analysis of results and interpretation
5. Expected impact and policy implications 5. Discussion

  • Summary of research findings
  • Impact and policy implications
  • Limitations and future research
6. References 6. References

Please use Mendeley or Zotero for references, and follow the APA Style® .

Both draft and final reports should be a complete documentation of your term projects. The difference is that the draft is the best you can do before the instructor’s comments, and the final is the best you can do after the instructor’s comments.

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