Introduction: Introduce your topic and end with your thesis. Your thesis is to be in first-person singular (In this paper I will argue that…).
Section I: In this section you summarize the salient parts of the scholarly research you found (minimum three sources), extracting the arguments and conclusions of the work(s). You may use either peer-reviewed journal articles or academic books.
Section II: In this section you address the empirical conditions (the facts, the statistics, and so forth). They should be sufficient to draw your conclusion(s) in the next section. You will need to find legitimate facts/statistics for this section—it might also be found in your scholarly articles.
Section III: This is where your thesis is argued, where you take a position on the topic(s) you have introduced in this paper. This is an argument, a position, it is not “opinion” or “belief” but rather your position on the topic.
Conclusion: Here you summarize and/or point to direction(s) where further research (or a legal change or whatever you’ve written about) is needed.
Sections I, II, and III should be roughly 4 pages each or at least ¼ of the paper each.
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