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TOPIC: The effects of PTSD on Veterans after the fall of AfghanistanTurabian style for citation and notes must be usedUsing the topic you selected at the

TOPIC: The effects of PTSD on Veterans after the fall of AfghanistanTurabian style for citation and notes must be usedUsing the topic you selected at the beginning of this course, write a complete rough draft for your final, 25-page research paper (students should read the description for the final research paper in Topic 8 before writing rough draft). Rough drafts need only be 15 pages long, but must include  

1) a minimum three-page section providing a historiographical literature review analyzing the major scholarly contributions relevant to your topic and explaining how your research advances the field, 

2) a minimum 1 page section providing a detailed explanation of the methods and theoretical frameworks you will draw on in your analysis of your topic 

3) a rough bibliography including both primary and secondary sources (10 sources minimum for the rough draft. You must include a minimum of 3 primary sources and a minimum of 4 secondary sources.). Your bibliography need not be annotated. Your rough draft must also propose an original thesis that advances the study of your topic.

Your research paper must be 100% original and should not be a continuation of any paper or topic you have written on in the program thus far. You must choose a new topic and write a completely new paper. Any attempt to recycle work from another course constitutes plagiarism and will be handled in accordance with the GCU guidelines on academic policies.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the Turabian Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. 

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.

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