I have chosen the topic; Delinquency in Schools for a research paper . Below are the instructions for the Final Draft. I need an Outline and Thesis Statement to go along with the research paper. I have included (uploaded files) the grading rubric and instructions for the paper and outline.

Research Paper – Final Instructions

Now that you have selected a topic, created an outline, and completed a rough draft, you will submit the final copy of your Research Paper. Below you will find detailed instructions for what needs to be included in each section of your paper as well as the details on the formatting.

Research Paper Guidelines

  • Length      of Paper: A minimum of 5 pages, excluding the title      page, abstract, table of contents, reference list, and appendices.
  • References: A      minimum of 5 primary references and 5 biblical references. All references      must be cited in the body of the paper and included in the reference list.      Biblical references are only cited in text.
  • Formatting:      The paper must use 12-point, Times New Roman font and be double-spaced      with 1-inch margins. The paper must follow current APA format.


  • Title      Page: The title must be short and to the point.      If the title is more than one line, double-space between the lines. The      page header and page number appear at the top right of the title page. The      title of the paper is centered on the page. Your name appears 1      double-space below the title. Your institutional affiliation appears 1      double-space below your name, then the course number and title 1      double-space below that. The running head must be in the upper right-hand      corner.
  • Abstract: A      synopsis or executive summary of your project that also describes the      purpose of the project and what it accomplishes.
  • Introduction: A      statement of your approach and assumptions, the background the reader needs      to understand your approach, and an explanation of how you intend to      address the main issues.
  • First      Heading: Presents an overview of the history      and/or current learning related to the topic, based on literature and      electronic sources. It provides the reader with an in-depth understanding      regarding the topic.
  • Second      Heading: Provides the reader with an in-depth      understanding of the topic and how the topic is applied in practical      settings.
  • Third      Heading: Integrates      the information about the topic and makes assumptions about the current      and future use of juvenile justice. The presentation must provide the      reader with sufficient information to understand and support the      assumptions.
  • Conclusion:      Summarizes your findings and makes recommendations on the impact of the      juvenile justice system on its services, quality, and delivery to our      communities.
  • References:      Lists all of the primary references cited within the body of the text. You      must have a minimum of 5 references.

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