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  1. 1. Sample ExtendedEssay Research Plan Outline I. ResearchQuestion: ● To what extentdidPrincessesexploitMagical Creatures? II. Significance andworthinessof investigation: ● Childrencelebrate howMagical Creatureshave helpedthe Princesses:the mice transformintoprancinghorsesforCinderala’scarriage;rabbitsandsquirelskeepSnow White companyas she works.Princesseswereinapositionof power andif theydid exploitMagical Creatures,thanit’simportantforbothchildrenandadultstounderstand and questionthe institutional powerstructuresthatsupportedthem.Thisisespecially significantbecauseMagical Creaturesnow workineverybranchof our governmentand we may needtoinvestigate how theyare treatedwithinourcurrentinstitutionalpower structure. III. Planof Investigation A. What are the problemsexperiencedbyMagical Creaturesintheirrelationshipswith Princesses? B. Evaluate the workof historiansof the MagicKingdom& readfirst-handaccountsby Magical Creatures C. How dothe ratesof stress,injuryanddisease compare withMagical Creaturesworking for otherMagical Creatures,andNonMagical CreaturesworkingforPrincesses? D. Readarticlesfromscholarly journalsthatpresentandanalyze the data E. What are the benefitstoworkingforPrincesses? F. Readmore firsthandaccountsby Magical Creatures& examine the workof historians that give evidence of benefitstoworkingwithPrincesses. IV. Favorite answer: ● Althoughthere are real concernswithhow PrincessesoverworkedandtookMagical Creaturesforgranted,theirliveswere actuallyimporvedbythe Princessessotherefore thisinvestigationconcludedthatMagical Creatureswere notexploitedbyPrincesses. V. Sectionsof yourextendedessay(basedonsubquestionsandwhatitwill looklikeyourtable of contents) ● Introduction ● ProblemsencounteredbyMagical CreaturesworkingforPrincesses. ● Comparisonof stress,disease,andinjuryof Magical Creaturesworkingfor Princesses/OtherMaigcal Creatures/NonMagical Creatures ● Benefitsof workingforprincesses ● Conclusion VI. AnnotatedBibliography(youneed ATLEAST 4 scholarlysources) Brooks,Bevin.“WhyMagical CreaturesDeserve Your Attention.”MagicalTimes.com, www.magicaltimes.com. BevinBrooksisa well-respectedhistorianof the EnchantedForestandhasworkedfor30 yearsas an archivistat the castle.He has gatheredaccountsof Magical Creaturesandtheirworkfor Non-Magical Creaturesforall of that time.He isan expertonthe relationshipbetweenthe twogroups.Brooksargues that while some Magical Creatureshave beenabusedbytheir Non-Magical counterpartsmanyothers have benefittedfromthe relationship -- gaininganeducation,skillsandaccesstoemploymentthat wouldotherwisehave notbeenpossible.Thisarticle isvaluable because of Mr.Brooks vastexperience inthe Magical World andthe numberof first-handaccountshe accessestoconstructhis narrative.Itis limited,however,inthathe doeshave anyinformationonhow Magical Creaturesare treatedbyother Magical Creatures,nowdoeshe have anyinformationonthe treatmentof NonMagical Creatues.
  2. 2. Mouse,Mighty.“How I Rose fromPovertyto Riches.” MagicalForestQuarterly,Vol.10, No.2 (2012): 23-54. www.jstor.org. MightyMouse isa Magical Creature whohas workedforthe past 10 yearswithSnow White andthe SevenDwarfs.He recountshowhe livedinabjectpovertyformostof hislife,until he begantoworkfor SnowWhite.He nowlivesina nice house ina reputable neighborhoodandhasbeenable tosendhis53 childrentogoodcolleges,effectivelybreakingthe cycle of poverty.Thisarticle isvaluablebecauseof Mighty-Mouse’spersonalexperiences,butlimitedinthatitis onlyfromhispersonal perspective.He doesnotconsiderthe levelsof abuse sufferedbyothersandchoosesonlytosee the Magical/Non- Magical relationshipaspositiveandessential. Rabbit,Jack. My Life as a Trapped Hare. NeverLand:Magical Press,2014. Jack Rabbit’sautobiographyprovides afirst-handaccountof a servantat Cinderella’shouse and subsequentlyatthe castle afterthe Prince andCinderellamarried.While he remainsloyal toCinderella as a person,he isfierce inhiscritique of the workthat Magical Creatureswere forcedto undertake atall hoursof the day and nightwithnothoughtto theirownwell-being. Thisbookisvaluable because itisa first-handaccountthatwitnessesthe difficultiesof Magical Creatureswhoare in the control of the Non- Magical Creatures.Thisbookislimitedbecause Mr.Rabbit’sperspective isunique,noteverymagical creature has similarexperience andhisbiasagainstworkingforNon-Magical Creaturesisnotsharedby all.

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