Paper Criteria Content— address the various sides of the issue with the student drawing personal conclusions based on their own analysis of the issue, and demonstrating an understanding of its complexities. Compare and contrast the different viewpoints of sources used on your topic taking into account the limits of a position. Present an informed evaluation of the evidence and different viewpoint surrounding the topic.Paper length – your paper should be at least 1.5 pages in length. The paper should be typewritten and double-spaced, and based on information from a minimum of three sources(no maximum).Citations—anytime you borrow someone’s ideas, paraphrase or quote them, cite all sources using an appropriate method approved by the instructor. Analyze and question your sources’ assumptions.
Section 1: Introduction -Background history of your topicSection 2: The Nature of the problem; why is it a political problem?Section 3: What are the effects or impacts of the problem; which group is affected most–race, sexual orientation or gender?Section 4: Solutions to the problemSection 5: Conclusion of your essay and possible recommendations