Introduce Blindspot and its authors, give a sense of your research, and present your thesis

This will be your intro paragraph in which you introduce Blindspot and its authors, give a sense of your research, and present your thesis. Research papers that use MLA format do not include a cover page unless requested by your instructor. Instead, start with the information shown at the top of this page. Do not bold the title or use all capital letters. Capitalize the first and last words of the title, and all principal words. If your paper includes a subtitle, separate it from the title by a colon and space, as shown. For your thesis in a research-based essay/paper, you can use the following to frame your essay: In this paper, I will explore______.
Understanding Implicit Bias
Provide an overview of this mini-essay on Understanding Implicit Bias. This should be about a paragraph. Provide an overview of this mini-essay on Understanding Implicit Bias. This should be about a paragraph. Provide an overview of this mini-essay on Understanding Implicit Bias. This should be about a paragraph.
The Mind and Mindbugs. [Compose paragraphs about the Mind and Mindbugs using textual support and the say/mean/matter technique.]
The Implicit Association Test. [Compose paragraphs about what the IAT is and how it works using textual support and the say/mean/matter technique when quoting.]
Consequences of Implicit Bias. [Compose paragraphs about the consequences of implicit bias. This section may include paragraphs about stereotypes, racial bias, and other forms of bias]
[Type of Bias and Where We See It] (eg: Gender Bias in the Workforce]
Provide an overview of this mini-essay on your topic. This should be about a paragraph. Provide an overview of this mini-essay on Understanding Implicit Bias. This should be about a paragraph. Provide an overview of this mini-essay on Understanding Implicit Bias. This should be about a paragraph.
Finding A (e.g. Pay Gap). [Compose paragraph(s) about one theme that emerged from your research.]
Finding B (e.g. Harassment). [Compose paragraph(s) about one theme that emerged from your research.]
Finding C (e.g. Limited Women in Executive Roles) [Compose paragraph(s) about one theme that emerged from your research.]
Finding D?
Finding E?
Conclusions
[Compose a conclusion paragraph(s)]

Works CitedBanaji, Mahzarin R., and Anthony G. Greenwald. Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People. Bantam Books, 2016.

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Level 3 Heading: centered, bold
Level 4 Heading: centered, italics
Level 5 Heading: underlined, flush left

[All textincluding titles, quotations, notes, and list of works citeduses double line spacing. Body text and note text use a half-inch first-line indent. The list of works cited uses a half-inch hanging indent. Table titles and source text use a quarter-inch indent.]

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Level 3 Heading: centered, bold
Level 4 Heading: centered, italics
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