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Parallels and Convergences: Mormon Thought and Engineering Vision Title of Paper Author name Author credentials, affiliation Author’s full street address, telephone, fax, and email EXTENDED ABSTRACT The paper title should concisely summarize the entire paper in a short phrase only one or two lines long, the shorter and simpler the better. The extended abstract body should start with one or two sentences introducing the topic or problem. A sentence or two should state the significance of the topic within the overall discussion of parallels in Mormon thought and engineering vision. Briefly state in a few sentences how the paper approaches the problem, and what arguments were used in the discussion. The author should provide a short paragraph for every major section proposed. There should be a sentence or two stating the most significant findings, and how they relate to current or future discussions. The extended abstract should be two or more pages long (the conference committee will select final papers based on this abstract, so authors are encouraged to take care in crafting the text and providing enough information). Key words: a few key words are helpful but not required. A few preliminary references are recommended but not required. Each item included here should be keyed into the text of the abstract where appropriate, like this (Roberts, 1930), to substantiate the argument and help establish the significance in the context of Mormon thought and engineering vision. This example uses APA style (American Psychological Association, 2008) but any consistent editorial style is appropriate. REFERENCES American Psychological Association (2008). Retrieved 1 Aug 2008 from webpage: http://www.apastyle.org Roberts, B.H. (1930). A Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 6 vols. Reprinted Provo, Utah, USA: BYU Press, 1965 printing.
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