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SUBMISSION 2. Library Research. THREE SECTIONS. Introduction to social problem Background/history/current policy In-depth presentation of the sides. INTRODUCTION (Sec 1) (approximately 3 pages). Interesting Introduction Social problem Statistics Importance Definitions (as needed)

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Submission 2

SUBMISSION 2

Library Research


Three sections
THREE SECTIONS

  • Introduction to social problem

  • Background/history/current policy

  • In-depth presentation of the sides


Introduction sec 1 approximately 3 pages
INTRODUCTION (Sec 1)(approximately 3 pages)

  • Interesting Introduction

  • Social problem

    • Statistics

    • Importance

  • Definitions (as needed)

  • Brief overview of the controversy (no more than 2 paragraphs)


Introduction social problem sec 1
INTRODUCTION: SOCIAL PROBLEM (Sec 1)

  • The social problem that underlies your controversy

  • Statistics for the problem, describing the scope

    • Demonstrate that this is a problem

    • Targets

  • Why it is important that the problem is solved

    Watch out for bias


Introduction definitions
INTRODUCTION : Definitions

  • The Current controversial policy (these are the laws that are currently in place)

  • Important words in topic sentence

  • Relevant law(s), guidelines, etc. (put the text in your appendix)


Introduction identification of the sides
INTRODUCTION: Identification of the sides

  • Identify the Real political actors involved

  • Identify the issues that shape the debate

  • Identify the values central to each side


Introduction sec 1
INTRODUCTION (Sec 1)

  • After Reading your introduction, the reader should:

    • Understand why this is a political controversy

    • Understand who is affected by this problem

    • Understand why this problem needs to be solved

    • Understand the major political actors and what they want


Your introduction should scare the reader by convincing him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem


Background and history

Section 2 him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

Background and History


Background history sec 2 approximately 4 5 pages
BACKGROUND/HISTORY (Sec 2) him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem(Approximately 4-5 pages)

  • Goal: historical context to understand current controversy- clearly identify the unit of government analysis.

  • Focus: controversy, not subject generally

  • Starting place: your choice, after research (it should be far back enough to describe the modern dilemma)

  • Ending point: Most recent events


Background cont
BACKGROUND cont. him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • Narrate the History of Government Action

  • Include:

    • Pivotal events- e.g. the first legislation

    • Important court cases (if applicable)

    • Proposals, laws, etc.- previous attempts to solve the problem

    • Important people- real actors who have made a difference

  • Chronological order

  • Varied sources- avoid the cut and paste from CQ!


Background history
BACKGROUND/HISTORY him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • At the End of this section, the reader should:

    • Know the policy attempts at solving the social policy

    • Know the deficiencies with the current policy

    • Know the current policy: As of March 2012, what is the current policy.


Presentation of each side

Section 3 him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

Presentation of Each Side


In depth presentation of each side stakeholders and values
IN-DEPTH PRESENTATION OF EACH SIDE: Stakeholders and Values him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • Approximately 4-5 pages per Position

  • General parties to the controversy

    • Comprehensive information

  • Specific parties to the controversy

    • Comprehensive information

    • WHAT DO THEY VALUE?


In depth presenation of each side issues and arguments
IN-DEPTH PRESENATION OF EACH SIDE, Issues and Arguments. him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • Clearly identify Issues for Both sides (minimum 3 for each side)

  • Specific Arguments for each side’s issue

  • Evidence supporting each argument, such as:

    • Case studies

    • Statistical evidence

    • Expert testimony

    • Court cases


In depth presentation of each side plans
IN-DEPTH PRESENTATION OF EACH SIDE: Plans. him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • Thorough discussion of plans

    • What are the legitimate ways that the stakeholders are trying to influence government

    • Be specific here and back it up with data


Mechanics
MECHANICS him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

  • Approximately 15-20 pages long

  • Works Cited

  • Appendix(ces)

  • Correct MLA form throughout

  • Style

    • In accordance with Capstone guidelines

    • Polished, proofed

  • DUE: in class March 9th


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Turnitin.Com him/her that the fate of the world depends on solving this problem

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