Identify, specifically, the strengths of your topic and what some weaknesses are. Drawing on various sources, explain the details of your topic.

Discussion

You will complete an outline for your paper that will serve as your basis for writing your research paper. Be as detailed as possible, using an outline format. Be sure to include references.

Post your outline in the Week 6 discussion area. Classmates will have the opportunity to review and recommend changes or additions to your outline.

Consider those suggestions and revise your outline, then submit it to the assignment link.

In this course, we look at a variety of different interview techniques and styles. We also look at the different kinds of perspectives on ethical issues and how they fit into properly conducting interviews.

Identify, specifically, the strengths of your topic and what some weaknesses are. Drawing on various sources, explain the details of your topic. Why is it important? What have you learned? What are the Pro’s and Con’s? When would this be used? What is the history on this topic?

Research papers are generally divided into two main categories: informative or argumentative. Informative papers generally demonstrate your understanding of a subject, simply reflecting what information is out there. Or you can choose to write an argumentative paper.

Possible Topics

Counseling

Selection Interviews

Negotiating Interviews

Police Interrogation Interviews

Health Care Interviews

The Employment Interview

The Persuasive Interview

The Performance Interview

Screening Interviews

Identify, specifically, the strengths of your topic and what some weaknesses are. Drawing on various sources, explain the details of your topic.