Project #26098 - Monsanto Research Paper

I have chosen for this research paper to be done about Monsanto. A sample reasearch paper is attatchment 1. Pages 682 - 684 is attatchment 2 & page 576 is attatchment 3. Be sure to use the sample paper as a guide when writing this paper.


Report Checklist
English 209
Your audience is made up of people who are seeking information on how the organization you have chosen dealt with a particular crisis of unethical business behavior. Answer as many questions for them as you can. MLA research and documentation style is to be used. The Bedford/St. Martin's site on the page for links for research and documentation posted below is a very good resource for MLA style. 

We will be sticking to the line spacing format for business reports in our book. That is, instead of double spacing the text as is often done in MLA style, we'll continue to single space text and use headers in bold with appropriate line spacing between text and headers throughout.

You need a minimum of ten solid sources. To receive a passing grade, you absolutely must have an accurate works cited page and in-text citations that accurately show where all of your information came from. The sample report in Chapter 18 of your book is in APA style, and we are using MLA style. You can find notes on MLA style in Appendix C on pages 682-684.
Cover Page
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
            Body (possible areas covered)
                                Background or History (place organization in context of entire industry?)
Corporate Culture of organization as it relates to ethical principles and practices
Explain specific ethical breach or problem (including legal issues)
Narrate the process of the organization’s strategies in dealing with the issue.
Examine the resolutions arrived at by the company and possibly the courts.
What has been the impact of the case on the company, the industry, and broader communities? Give solid examples.
Works Cited

Items to double check in research paper before submitting draft.

 Are all entries on works cited page in alphabetical order?

 In-text citations need to refer to a specific entry on the works cited page. Do all in-text citations correspond to an entry?

 Be sure to include in-text citations for all content in your paper unless the information is commonly known. For example, if you wrote that Toyota is a very large automobile company, no citation would be needed. If you mentioned, however, the specific net worth of the company at the end of last year, a citation would be needed.

 If the works cited entry begins with an author’s last name, that name should appear in any in-text citations referring to that source. Use just enough of the beginning of each alphabetized works cited entry in your in-text citations so that it is clear to which source the citation refers. The MLA documentation system is very streamlined and logical so that full source information for each in-text citation can be found easily and rapidly on the works cited page. There are some sample pages and notes in your book in Appendix C on pages 682-684.

 You can also find a great deal of information on MLA style at the following site:

If you look at a sample paper on the site to see in more detail how to do in-text citations, remember that the business report format we are using is not double-spaced as is often the case with assignments in other English classes. The method for doing works cited page entries and in-text citations, however, is the same.

 Italicize names of newspapers, magazines, books, and films wherever they appear.

 Article titles go in quotation marks.

 Capitalize main words in article titles. (This is one area where MLA and APA style differ.)

 The research papers usually run around ten pages or so, not counting the table of contents and cover page. You can use the cover page format on page 576 in your book as a guide, although the report that follows it is in APA documentation style, not MLA, which we are using.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 04/05/2014 12:00 am
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