A written paper must be prepared by each student, individually, and handed in by the defined deadline. The paper comprises two separate chapters and a concluding section. Each chapter is a critical discussion of one or more questions that you choose yourself, bringing together concepts, theories, methodological approaches, critical discussion points from TWO seminar topics combined. Thus, a critical discussion based on the themes and content of any two seminars comprises Chapter 1, while a critical discussion based on the themes and content of two other seminars comprises Chapter 2. This critical discussion can for instance involve synthesis, analysis, opposition, further development and application, or any combination of those. Conclusionsshould be based on the two chapters together. The papershould include about 4000words (font size 12, and 1 line spacing). At the top of each page, enter the name of the author and page. From your writing it should be noted that you have read the assigned readings and considered the questions discussed at the seminars. Refer to the course literature (according to APA) where possible. For a better foundation of your specific arguments, you can usematerial from several sources beyond what is specified as course literature.
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