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Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Assignments

This guide describes how to successfully complete specific assignments commonly assigned in social sciences and behavioral sciences courses.

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Purpose of Guide

This guide is intended to help college students successfully manage and complete specific assignments that are commonly used to assess student learning in social and behavioral sciences classes. Note that, if you have any questions about an assignment, you should always seek advice from your professor before you begin. Requirements set forth by your professor will always supersede advice provided under these general guidelines.


NOTE: This content was previously included with my Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Paper writing guide. The assignment pages have been removed to create this writing guide so as to make both more accessible.

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Robert V. Labaree
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Dr. Robert V. Labaree
International and Public Affairs Library
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(213)-740-5824
labaree@usc.edu