79-page (longer is fine, shorter is not) paper with 12-point font, 1 margins on all side, double-spaced with page numbers. Each student must use a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed sources (other sources are fine, but there must be a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed sources) and submit a works cited page. The works cited page is in addition to the page requirement. All citations must follow citation guidelines there are no exceptions. Feel free to choose your citation style (i.e., MLA, ASA, APA, Chicago), but you must remain consistent throughout your paper. Finally, please submit a paper that is free of grammatical errors that distract from the overall readability of the paper.
For this option, please choose an issue related to poverty, discuss each side of the issue and take a stand, in other words let your reader (me) know what you think. You are free to choose an argument about poverty that has not been discussed in this class. For example, a student could choose welfare and make the case that welfare creates dependency. Or a student could choose to consider the criminalization of poverty and argue that mass incarceration is an example of how poverty has been criminalized.
Whatever topic you choose is up to you, but you must include a clear thesis statement (in this case, what your argument is) and you must discuss both (or more) sides of the argument, demonstrating that you have done enough research to understand the issue. Finally, the topic must be related to poverty. Students will not be graded based on the position they take, rather they will be graded based upon their understanding of both sides of the argument, their ability to support their argument, and the overall readability (grammar and citations) of their paper. Please see the links above if you need assistance and feel free to reach out to me with any questions.
For this option, please choose a topic related to poverty and write a research paper about the topic. For example, a student could choose to explore universal basic income or poverty or the feminization of poverty or some aspect of systemic racism that relates to poverty. We have discussed housing and health, but we have not discussed food insecurity, the politics or history of poverty policy, or cultural representations of the poor so these are all example topics.
Again, the topic you choose is up to you, but you must follow a general format of a research paper including a clear research question and thesis statement. General guidelines for writing a research paper can be found in the links above and feel free to email me with any questions.
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