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The case and two questions you need to analyze are in the “Sobeys and high food prices Case Study” PDF which I UPLOAD
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Page limits and writing formatting requirements:
• Word limit: 1,000 words max (plus any references). In other words, citations or references are not included in the Word count limit. No bibliography is required for this Mini Case assignment.
• Font size: 12 point
• Font style: Arial
• Line Spacing: 2 (double)
• Margins: 1-inch margins (or 2.54 cm margins)
• Identification: Include your name and student ID at the top of each page. (you may use the “header” option for that; no title page required)
Requirements: MAX 1000 WORDS
APA IN A NUTSHELL Double space the entire paper, including the title page and references. Set margins at 1 inch (2.5cm). For the font, use 11 pt. Calibri, 11 pt. Arial, 10 pt. Lucida Sans Unicode, 12 pt. Times New Ro-man, 11 pt. Georgia, or 10 pt. Computer Modern. Indent the first line of each paragraph. Include a title page and references page. Format each reference with a hanging indent (i.e. with the second and subsequent lines indented). This guide covers only the most common situations for students. For more infor-mation on APA style, please consult the TRU library guide at http://libguides.tru.ca/apa. For a professional paper, include a running head that consists of a shortened title (50 characters or less) in CAPITAL LETTERS. For a student paper, no running head is necessary! Student papers include the following elements: Header with the page number, right-aligned Title (and subtitle), positioned 3 or 4 lines below the top of the page , in bold Author(s), which includes the full names of all au-thors (first name, middle initial, and last name) Affiliation (the name of the University attended by the student) Course name and number Instructor’s name Assignment due date HEADINGS Level 1 Heading (centred, bold) Level 2 Heading (flush left, bold) Level 3 Heading (flush left, bold, italicized) Level 4 Heading. (Indented, bold, followed by a period) Level 5 Heading. (Indented, bold, italicized, followed by a period) TITLE PAGE 1 Long Term Effects of Unemployment During the 2008 Recession: The Relationship between Parental Unemployment and School Success in Ado-lescents Jane D. Smith Thompson Rivers University History 1510 Dr. Sandra Kaur January 24, 2020 REFERENCES The reference list begins on a separate page, with “References” centred at the top. 10 References Dorling, D. (2009). Unemployment and health. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 338(7703), 1091-1092. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.b829 Note: This 2020 guide is based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition. Always check with your instructors to see if their requirements differ from those described here. QUOTATIONS If a direct quotation is less than 40 words, use quota-tion marks: Svendsen (2013) advises that “it is important that readers know when you are borrowing someone else’s exact words” (p. 1). If a direct quotation is 40 words or more, format it as a block quotation: Svendsen (2013) explains: It is important that readers know when you are borrowing someone else’s exact words. Otherwise, you may be ac-cused of plagiarism, which is a form of theft. Students found guilty of plagiarism will be subject to disciplinary action, including possible expulsion from the University. (p. 1) FORMATTING
Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) are permanent locations for material accessed through a library database. DOI.org URLs should be used in place of web URLs if available. Journal Article with DOI Simons, M., Bernaards, C., & Slinger, J. (2012). Active gaming in Dutch adolescents: A descriptive study. The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9(1), 118-128. https://doi.org/10.1186/1479-5868-9-118 Journal Article with No DOI or Page Numbers (Online) Prema, D., & Dhand, R. (2019). Inclusion and accessibility in STEM education: Navigating the duty to accommo-date and disability rights. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 8(3). https://cjds.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/cjds/article/view/510 Book (Print or Electronic) Bell, D. A. (2000). East meets west: Human rights and de-mocracy in East Asia. Princeton University Press. Chapter in Edited Book (with DOI) Sweller, J. (2005). Implications of cognitive load theory for multimedia learning. In R. E. Mayer (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning (pp. 19-30). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/1017/CBO9780511816819 In-text citations include the last name of the author and the year of publication: … (Williams, 2002). If the author’s name is in the sentence, include the year of publication in parentheses: Williams (2002) claims … For a direct quote, include the page number or paragraph number (if provided): … (Williams, 2002, p. 21). … (Williams, 2002, para. 4). One Author … (Smith, 2008). Smith (2008) investigated … Two Authors … (Lind & Cohen, 2009). Lind and Cohen (2009) found … Three or More Authors … (Peters et al., 2010). [“Et al.” means “and others.”] Peters et al. (2010) observe … Corporate Author … (Statistics Canada, 2013). Data from Statistics Canada (2013) shows … No Author Use the first few words of the title: …(Oxford English Dictionary, 2011). No Date … (Wilson, n.d.). Personal Communication (conversation, email, etc.) … (N. Kaur, personal communication, 4 Nov. 2019). Do not include personal communications in the reference list. IN-TEXT CITATIONS REFERENCES Government Report (Online) British Columbia. (2018). Climate action in B.C.: Pro-gress to targets. https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/environment/climate-change/action/progress-to-targets/2018-progress-to-targets.pdf Statistics Canada. (n.d.). Number of students in Aboriginal language programs, public elementary and secondary schools, by program type [Table]. https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action?pid=3710007801 Newspaper/Magazine Article (Online) Tufekci, Z. (2019, April 21). Think you’re discreet online? Think again. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/21/opinion/computational-inference.html Personal Webpage or Blog Healy, K. (2018, August 1). I can’t believe it’s not butter. https://kieranhealy.org/blog/archives/2018/08/01/i-cant-believe-its-not-butter/ Video (Online) 3Blue1Brown. (2017, October 5). But what is a neural net-work? Deep learning, chapter 1 [Video]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aircAruvnKk For more information on citing online sources, please see Citing Online Sources in APA: A Nutshell Guide.
Mini Case – 12 Principle-Based Tips for Case Analysis So, how do I distinguish the strongest students. What makes an A+ answer? 1. Did you understand what the question is asking for? How are you showing this? 2. Did you identify the correct, applicable theory? 3. Did you define the theory? 4. Did you explain the theory? (Part of the explanation is demonstrating you understand it. Providing a definition is a good way to begin this analysis). 5. Were there sub-theories that needed to be identified and explained as well? 6. Did you provide all the case examples that were available? “All” means every example you can find in the case. 7. Did you connect the case examples to the theory in a way to demonstrate your understanding and further your analysis? If you couldn’t find an example from the case, is there another idea or example that you added about the type of business or industry that makes sense that again furthers your analysis. 8. Have you stated your assumptions or made any inferences from the case that also demonstrates your understanding? An inference may be something not specifically mentioned in the case, but you could likely reasonably conclude. 9. If there is an opposite theory, an opposing theory, or a wrong theory – is there a way to show why this one is wrong and why your theory chosen is the correct one. (This type of comparison is not always necessary, but in some cases, may allow a deeper, more thoughtful analysis in certain examples, where perhaps choosing a side is harder, more complex, or the correct answer is not very clear. Lawyers do this all the time in court cases. They also prove why the ‘other argument’ [the other side] is wrong). 10. Is what you have presented strong, solid, detailed, thorough etc? 11. Does your answer mirror or look exactly like the answer key? How is it the same? How is it different? What did you miss or forget? What did you do differently that may make your answer even better than the answer key that shows a deep level of knowledge and understanding? 12. Does your answer demonstrate excellence? Could you take your answer and present it to the class as a complete, full answer key? Could your answer be used as a template, resource, or reference to mark other student papers and answers?
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