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A periodical report is an examination of a newspaper, or magazine article, whether in print, or online, which aims to have you analyze the content while making reference to course concepts or learning modules you have been exposed to throughout the term, or semester.
They are widely used across academic disciplines and are excellent tools for having you demonstrate your ability to apply concepts and relate the periodical(s) to the relevant literature presented to you throughout the course. A periodical report is typically broken down into 2 parts and is structured as follows:
● Part 1) A short summary of periodical article(s) in question. The summary is a simply way to provide background information to the reader and should not take up a significant portion of the assignment. It should however make reference to the important themes, events and people.
● Part 2) Applying course concepts and lecture material to the information presented in the periodical articles.
Periodical reports often require you to examine several different articles and sources to determine whether there is a trend present, and can also impose time-frame restrictions on the publishing dates of the articles you are permitted to use. This is meant to help you understand how relevant the course concepts are to modern society.
A good periodical report makes sure to present the reader with all of the necessary information, while taking into consideration the fact that the purpose of the assignment is to have you demonstrate your understanding of course themes and material, and how it applies to a particular period of time.
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