Fannin, M. 2010. Professional citizenship and medical nationalism in France. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 28: 217-238.The purpose of this assignment is to have you explore the type of scholarly research being done bygeographers in Europe. The project will give you an understanding of the breadth and depth of researchthat geographers do, point out important issues in the region that are the subject of academic research,and give you insights on how geographers conduct research and present that research. This assignmentrequires you to focus on articles in peer-reviewed, scholarly journals rather than popular media. Thereare several things that distinguish scholarly articles from other types of writing. Firstly, these articlesare peer-reviewed; meaning that they have been judged by up to four other scholars working on similartopics for their accuracy and merit before being published. Scholarly articles are also fully cited so thatanother researcher can prove the validity of the arguments by looking at the same sources. Thirdly,while popular media articles generally stand alone as a report on something, peer-reviewed scholarlyarticles represent ongoing conversations among scholars to advance our knowledge about the world – inthis case, the geography of Europe.Technical Aspects: Your paper must conform to the following formatting12-point font (Arial, Times New Roman, Garamond, or Book Antiqua),one-inch margins all around,double-spaced,numbered pages.Any paper that does not follow the technical aspects will receive a 10-point deduction in the final gradefor this assignment.Article Selection Due Saturday, September 8:The first step in completing this assignment is finding an article. The article you use must comply withthe overall assignment – it must be a geography article, the research must be “located” in the EuropeanRegion, it must be a full-length, research article (not book reviews, commentaries, op-eds, editorial,country reports, or special issue entries), and it must be from one of the peer reviewed geography journalslisted below. The articles must also be published in the year 2001 or later. Only one person will beallowed to review an article, so it is a good idea to pick out a few that interests you.How to submit your articles: send the Instructor a message with a list of three articles you have pickedout in order of preference – your list should consist of full citations for the articles selected (Including:author/s last name/s, first name/s, year of publication, title of article, journal where it was published,volume, number, page numbers). You should also attach the PDF files for the articles to your message;it is not acceptable to submit web links of the articles of choice.If you fail to submit an appropriate article by the due date you will lose 10% of your final grade for thistask, and I will assign an article to you – I can’t promise it will be interesting or easy to read. A list withthe assigned articles will be posted on Week # 4 of the semester.When submitting your three articles of choice, you must use the following format to cite them, andinclude them in the text of your message; otherwise you will lose points. Note that this is the sameformat that must appear in the Cover Page of your final work. The samples provided include examplesof articles written by only one author, two authors, and articles written by three or more authors. As youwill see, the only variations in these formats correspond to the citation of the author/s of the article.Articles written by one author:o Shubin, S. 2010. Cultural exclusion and rural poverty in Ireland and Russia.Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series, 35(4): 555-570.Articles written by two authors:o Clark, J. and A. Jones. 2012. After ‘the collapse’: Strategic selectivity, Icelandic stateelites and the management of European Union accession. Political Geography, 31(2):64–72.Articles written by three or more authors:o Clark D.B., Doel, M.A. and F.X. Mcdonough. 1996. Holocaust topologies: Singularity,politics, space. Political Geography, 15(6-7): 457-489.The articles you select MUST come from the following Geography Journals:Journal Title LocationAnnals of the Association of American Geographers G3.A7Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography G1.A67*Area G7.A73Cultural Geographies GE170.E376Economic Geography HF1021.E4Environment and Planning D: Society & Space H1.E58Gender, Place and Culture G70.G4Geographical Journal G7.R91Political Geography JC319.P65Social and Cultural Geography GF1.S6The Professional Geographer G3.P7* Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie (Journal ofEconomic and Social Geography) HC10.T55*Transactions (Institute of British Geographers) G7.I6*Note: These peer-review journals make emphasis in European issues.Note that most of these peer-review journals are available online using the FIU Library system; you donot have to purchase them. Log in and click e-journals. Here you will have access to all electroniccopies of the articles published in the selected journal. Once in the webpage of the journal you shouldconduct a search of a European location that may be of interest to you using the appropriate key word.The Analysis Paper/Final Project Due Saturday, November 17:For the paper, you will need to follow the format given below in analyzing and summarizing thecomponents of the research article about which you are writing. Remember that you are only using ONEarticle in the part of the project. In completing the following format, you will need to read each sectionof the article you are using very carefully, possibly more than once. Your paper should be at-least 6pages in length (not including the Cover Page), you must follow the formatting procedure listed above,and you must submit your paper through the plagiarism detection website Turnitin on Canvas by the duedate (instructions for submitting it through Turnitin will be provided). Note that plagiarism will not betolerated. If this or any other course assignment is plagiarized, you will earn an automatic failuregrade in the course.Follow the format carefully. When you write your paper, divide it into clearly labeled sections using theheadings below. In each section, be sure to address the questions fully. Any paper that does notinclude the required labels/titles will receive a 10-point deduction in the final grade for thisassignment.Cover Page: Title of the Article, Author(s) of the Article, Publication Date, PublicationSource (Journal, Volume & Number), Your Name, GEA 3500, Fall 2018, Date Submitted.IntroductionHow does the author introduce the article (for example, do they tell a story to situate the topic,or do they discuss other research, a media report, an event)? How does the introduction framethe coming discussion and argument?III. ArgumentWhat argument(s) does the author make in the paper (for example, are they saying that sometopic hasn’t been studied (enough); or, are they saying that if we study some particularissue/case it will change (or reaffirm) how we think about some conception; or, are theysaying that if we bring in a different conception it will change the way we think about aparticular issue/case)?Structure of the PaperHow does the author go about making the argument in the paper? What order do they presentthe information? How do they layout the article? What sections are in the article, and whatpoints do they make in each one? How do the sections build up to the overall argument?LiteraturesIn what literatures (both theoretical and topical) does the author situate their work? Whatworks do they cite, and how do they conceive what they are citing? Note: Not every paperwill have a specific section dedicated to literature review – they may be embedded in varioussections of the paper.MethodologyHow did the author go about collecting that information (data) used to support theirargument? Did they use interviews (who, with and how many), participant observation(where and how long), document analysis (historical documents, newspaper accounts, policypapers, etc.), or statistical data (gather by the author or some other entity) to name a few?How is the data presented: is it woven into the text of the article, or is it presented in somegraphic form (maps, charts, graphs, photos)? How well does the data support the argumentthat the author is making?VII. ConclusionHow does the author summarize their argument(s) one last time? Do they hint at broaderimplications of their work beyond the focus of this article? Do they make a call for moreresearch in a certain area?VIII. BibliographyHow many sources does the article cite and what types of sources are cited? How many ofthe sources are books? How many are research articles? How many are other types ofdocuments (popular media reports – newspaper or magazine articles, government documents,planning documents, etc.)? How many are internet sources? Does the author cite Wikipedia?Important Notes:Do not plagiarize any part of this paper or you will receive a zero for this assignment.Most of your paper should summarize the article in your own words. If you wish to use thewording of the article’s author(s) you should always put quotations marks around it and give thepage number where it can be found. No more than 10% of your paper should be quotations. Ifyou quote too much, you will lose points.The post Fannin, M. 2010. Professional citizenship and medical nationalism in France. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 28: 217-238. appeared first on Academic Essay Guru.