The coursework requirements for a Behavioral Science Degree involves in-depth research papers. EBSCO Host is provided through Granite State College for students to obtain the highest quality of peer-reviewed articles that can be used for any of their research purposes.
Research Papers are constructed from the "ground up" in Professor John Sparrow's course at Granite State College. He teaches students how to build knowledge on templates they have already acquired along the way.
The following is an example of an APA Style Research Paper section called the ABSTRACT from one of Granite State College's finest students:
The Architect: My Perception of 12 Angry Men
Donna M. Downes
Granite State College
After the judge advised the jury on the particulars of the law in regards to the case they just heard and reminding them of the concept “reasonable doubt”, the twelve men filed out of the courtroom and into the jury room. Each man brought with them personal “islands of meanings”(Zerubavel, 2007)…the perceptions formed by their individual experiences, socioeconomic status, culture, education, and beliefs. Each had developed their “own way of knowing” through their process of socialization. They are the products of their primary socialization processes having their perceptions formed and shaped by the influence of family values, beliefs and traditions and later by their secondary processes of socialization once exposed to a variety of new and/or different concepts held by their reference groups. In order to determine a verdict, they must be in total agreement. They must come to a consensus. Who better to build a consensus than an architect?