Your paper should be a direct review of the article you choose. A well constructed article critique demonstrates your ability to interpret relevant information and gives me a clear look at your writing style and ability. Please keep your writing style formal or scientific. Papers written very informally or in “speak” as it is also known will be graded more stringently for grammar content. A typical paper should be approximately 400 plus or minus 50 words or one and one half papges. To make this as structured as possible, please follow the following guideline: All papers should include an APA formatted title (cover) and reference page. The running header must be in compliance with APA 6th Edition. It is quite easy to use the Purdue OWL or most collegiate sites found via Google or Yahoo searches. The paper should be written in double-spaced, 12-pitch, Times New Roman or Arial font with one-inch margins. The paper should have at least three paragraphs, introduction, body, and conclusion. Each paragraph should have the first word indented five spaces or by clicking the tab key once. Articles: If you effectively use these resources and cannot find a quality article, please contact me for assistance! Using the EU Online Library Find a current article discussing one of the following… 1. An airline labor related article from a reliable source no older than January 1, 2010 2. A labor dispute which mentions the Weingarten ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (Please stay away from this resource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weingarten_Rights. It is slightly less reliable than bathroom graffitti!) 3. An article discussing US Congressional review of labor law as it affects the airline industry.