Federal Elections over the Internet
Should people be allowed to vote in federal elections over the Internet? How might this be done? What advantages might such a reform have (e.g. increasing voter turnout, convenience)? What problems might arise (e.g. fraud)? Could the problems be solved? If not, would the benefits outweigh the possible problems?
- The term paper is expected to be 6-8, full double-spaced typewritten pages in length (the cover page, pictures, maps, diagrams and bibliography are not included in the page count) using a 12-point font, in an easy-to-read, typeface. Margins may be no larger than one inch.
- The cover sheet should identify your topic, and include your name, the date submitted, and your section instructor’s name.
- Each student will use a minimum of 5 scholarly resources. Encyclopedia (print or electronic) may be consulted, and included in your bibliography but cannot be one of your 5 resources.
- Every student’s paper must have a bibliography, prepared in APA or MLA format.
- The Internet should be searched for maps, plans, or photographic illustrations to support your narrative. A minimum of one Internet source must be included in your paper. However, Internet sources are limited to a total of three.
- The bibliography must contain a MINIMUM of:
- Two primary resources
- Three resources from the course
- One news source
- Two scholarly, academic journals