Project Management

concentrate on adding research findings to your introduction or conclusion. Remember that the purpose of your autoethnography is to explore identity. So now, connect your experience to research findings and theories. How can theories about community, race, or social identity be applied to your story, to help you and the reader make sense of it?

If you are revising the Textual Analysis…

you looked at a romantic film’s main ideas. Now, using the research you conducted, you can develop your findings and connect them to literary, social, or cultural theories. For example, how can a critical race theory, feminist theory, or Queer theory (or even theories about love) be applied to the film and improve our understanding of it? In some ways, you might start changing your analysis.

At this stage, you will also want to be more aware of strategies for writing introductions and conclusions. and proofreading the paper for mechanical errors (see Common Writing Errors). Feel free to use Brainfuse or PVCC’s learning support center.

A minimum of four sources is required.

Learning Outcomes

The aim of this assignment is to provide you practical experience in revising your writing, based on new ideas and information. In addition to the general learning outcomes stipulated in the course syllabus, you will demonstrate in this project the ability to …

revise the meaning of a life event, based on a cultural or social theory
improve descriptive language and conventions of writing dialogue to a narrative;
Connect a past experience to a cultural or social theory; and

Reconsider and revise conclusions from a “text” (movie);
Re-analyze and re-interpret a movie’s romantic qualities, based on a cultural, social, or communication theory; and
Support assertions about the text with specific examples.

Sample Solution