Option B: Conservation Criminology Final Paper
Throughout the semester, students may wish to develop their research interests into a cohesive single article or professional style research paper. Papers may take the form of:
- Literature review of a particular topic
- Book review
- Case study
- Empirical analysis or original research
- In-depth interview
- Analytical/reflection essay
Regardless of the format you are required to support your work or opinions with 5 peer-reviewed publications in addition to any other forms of information or references such as news articles, books, interviews or personal communications. Additionally, it will be important to explicitly tie this work to course content illustrating links between conservation criminology. Examples may include connections to wildlife crime, pollution such as e-waste, and environmental law enforcement. Again, please make explicit the links you see to a course content (e.g., deterrence, World System Theory) and/or conservation criminology, environmental crime or harm. The Final Paper is due Monday April 15, 2019 at 11:59 pm.
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- Contain a title page, center-justified with format as follows:
Semester and Date
Project Title with subcategory
(e.g., Yabba Dabba Doo: An In-Depth Interview with Yogi the Bear)
- Between 8 to 12 pages, double-spaced; The title page, references or any tables or figures do not count toward your page limits.
- Figures or Tables should be placed at the end of the paper each on a separate page and before the references.
- Font should be Times New Roman, 12 pt
- Margins are 1-inch all around
- Page numbers with authors last name should be in the bottom right hand corner
- References should follow formatting requirements and suggested revisions during the reference assignment.
TITLE OF RESEARCH PAPER IS BUSHMEAT TRADE IN NIGERIA
USING THESE 5 PEER REVIEWED SOURCES AND OTHER ADDITIONAL SOURCES LIKE ARTICLES AND JOURNALS.
Agaldo, J. A., Gwom, T. G., & Apeverga, P. T. (2016). An assessment of present threats and associated conservation implication to the Oban division Forest Cross river national park; Nigeria’s biodiversity hotspot. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 9(2), 938-950.
Buij, R., Nikolaus, G., Whytock, R., Ingram, D. J., & Ogada, D. (2016). Trade of threatened vultures and other raptors for fetish and bushmeat in West and Central Africa. Oryx, 50(4), 606-616.
Buba, U., Akosim, C., Barau, W. B., David, D. L., Danba, E. P., Kwaga, B. T., … & Vanaruwa, P. P. (2016). An investigation of threat types to the conservation of Pan troglodytes’ ellioti at Kwano forest of Gashaka-Gumti national park, Nigeria. Journal of Research in Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, 8(3), 62-72.
Jacob, D. E., Nelson, I. U., Udoakpan, U. I., & Etuk, U. B. (2015). Wildlife poaching in Nigeria national parks: A case study of Cross River National Park. International Journal of Molecular Ecology and Conservation,5.
Luiselli, L., Petrozzi, F., Akani, G. C., Di Vittorio, M., Amadi, N., Ebere, N., & Eniang, E. A. (2017). Rehashing bushmeat–interview campaigns reveal some controversial issues about the bushmeat trade dynamics in Nigeria. Revue d’écologie.