Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from

Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from. Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from.

Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from the dominant White English perspective, associated with darkness, darkness, undesirable ethnic traits, and the practice of religious superstitions (again, from the Protestant English perspective on Roman Catholicism). Like Victor Frankenstein’s nameless Monster, Dracula is violent and bent on revenge.

In a well-constructed and typo-free essay (1000 words max), describe and discuss Dracula as a repository of English cultural anxiety about otherness, which is represented in the novel variously as deformity, monstrosity, criminality, and racial, ethnic, and gender and sexual difference. The best essays will draw upon the text of the novel as well as the contextualizing materials found in the Appendices in the Broadview edition. Your essay must be entirely your own work: no references to or use of outside works (except the Appendices) will be permitted.[supanova_question]

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Research Question:

SUBJECTS

Number of Subjects (n=)

Why this number of subjects/participants?

Age Range

Gender percentages

Ethnicity (if relevant)

Disease/Disability/Diagnosis

Inclusion Criteria

Exclusion Criteria

Summary of Justifications

Introduction/Background

Population/Diagnosis

Description of the Problem

Literature Review and Significance to Occupational Therapy/Performance

Summary of Justifications

Background / Purpose through Hypothesis/es

Purpose Statement

Your Hypotheses: Null and Alternative

Hypothesis: Justification of Directional vs. Non-Directional

Summary of Justifications

Research Design: General

Justification of Study Type (Experimental or Quasi-experimental only)

Details and Justification: Sampling / Participant recruitment technique

Sample Assignment technique (control vs. exp)

Length of study and time,  frequency of observations

Outcome Measures

Research Design: Methods

Number and Types of Groups

Intervention Investigated 

Location of Intervention

Who administers the intervention

Intervention training required? (Fidelity)

Intervention dose: frequency and total length 

CONTROL/Comparison

Brief description of control / comparison intervention

Location of Control / comparison Intervention

Who administered control / comparison intervention?

Training required to provide control / comparison intervention?

Control /comparison Dose

Summary of the Justifications

Analysis Methods

Type of data analysed (Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, Ratio; Quotes, Media, etc.) Explain why

Type of Analysis used

Statistical Tests also include cut-off values [alpha, etc.] probabilities and effect size tests

Summary of Justifications

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Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from

Count Dracula’s origins are found in Eastern Europe–a marginalized, liminal, obscure, blank space on the map, which is, from