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Selecting a Topic
To take a side on a subject, you should first select a topic that is controversial, manageable and contains distinctive opposing views. Please select from the list below.
Developing an Argument
Once your topic is selected, you should do some study and research on the subject matter. You need then develop an argument or a thesis, analyze the issue, making sure that your position is well supported with a list of both pro and con sides of the topic and sufficient evidence for both sides. You may find supporting evidence in books, articles, and primary sources that can be located in our class and online sources, particularly the SCC library catalog and electric databases.
Organizing the Paper
In organizing the paper, you need to develop an outline that includes a brief introduction, counter-argument, your argument, and conclusion.
Introduction: The Introduction should introduce the topic and its significance. It should assert your thesis or your view of the issue. This paragraph is your thesis statement with both your opinion and your approach to the issue so that the reader is interested in what you have to say.
Analysis: This section includes two parts— opposing opinion and your argument. In presenting the opposing opinions, you need to summarize the counter-argument and refute those claims with supporting evidence. It is critical to show that your argument is more valid than opposing arguments with analysis and evidence. It’s recommended that you provide evidence for each opinion using more than one source.
Conclusion: The conclusion paragraph is to restate your argument and discusses its implications.
Source citations are important for the position paper. It should include at least two in-text source citations and a selected bibliography using MLA style. To learn more about MLA Style, check the Sinclair Library site.
Did the New Deal improve or worsen conditions for the average American? Be certain to consider a variety of factors in assessing your position such as (but not limited to) economic, political, and social.
Did President Truman make the correct decision in dropping the atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Be certain to consider a variety of factors in assessing your position such as (but not limited to) both short-term and long-term considerations.
Who was to blame for the outbreak of the Cold War—the United States, the Soviet Union, or both? Be certain to include as many contributing events of the cold war as possible in your answer. The more detailed the better.
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