The essay should -cite at least 6 or 7 scholarly references. -constructed in a way that shows the logical steps in the argument. Each paragraph should have a main idea or theme. -Begin with an introduction that foreshadows the argument.
-Develop the discussion progressively and coherently. Ensure that sentences and paragraphs follow logically from one another.
-The conclusion should draw together the threads of the argument and present a final answer to or assessment of the problem.
-If there seems to be disagreement in the literature about the meaning of certain terms, mention this and state how intend to use the term(s). -Balance theories and ethnographic examples. -Clearly expressed. -Use appropriate in-text referencing -Include a bibliography or list of references.