Please read carefully, the essay needs 4 references and 1 have to be a scholarly journal article. I also gave you 5 helpful articles. Those may help you. Thank.
Overview: This assignment is designed for students to hone their research and sociological investigation skills. Students will be required to write from a viewpoint that may not be their own, in an effort to elicit diverse perspectives and begin conceptualizing social trends and alternative pathways.
Instructions: Employing an academic writing style (formalized/standard English, spelling, punctuation and grammar) each student will compose a sociologically informed essay (600 word minimum) where they will attempt to persuade the reader of the strengths and validity of a particular social position/viewpoint. Each essay must contain a minimum of four (4) references. One reference must be a scholarly journal article. Students will be evaluated on their paper’s organization, clarity of thought and sociological analysis.
Clearly state your [assigned] position
Consider a specific audience [Indicate the demographic you are writing for (e.g. parents, high school students, college educated people, everyday citizens, etc)].
Gather facts as well as your opinion
Anticipate your readers concerns and questions
Counteract the “other-side” of the argument [detail the weaknesses or issues with voting for a Democrat or Republican]
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