CRITICAL ANALYSIS PAPER
For this assignment, you will write a 1200-word critical analysis based on one of the following topics inspired by readings in our textbook, The McGraw-Hill Reader. The paper will include quoting the text, as well as additional research from the library database or another approved and reliable source documented correctly in proper APA format. This paper requires writing using Third Person Point of View and the persuasive mode.
The abstract should be 100 words and the body (excluding the cover page and reference page) of the paper should be 1000 words. Be sure to use the template for a research paper that you create in Week One, and provide direct support from your sources. It would be best to use the readings from your textbook, but other reliable sources should also be used. At least four sources are required.
Government, Politics and Social Justice: Is America on the right road?
Read Overview and Declaration on Independence: p. 322-329
Essays: ‘The Right Road to America?,” Amy Chua pp. 335-339
“American Dreamer,” Bharati Mukherjeee pp. 355-360
These are broad topics meant to inspire further exploration and discovery of a narrower subject for the paper, should be persuasive and explore a debatable idea.
These essays are recommended, but you may choose relevant to your topic from other essays in the same chapter.
SAMPLE IDEA GENERATORS
History, Culture and Civilization
In “A World Not Neatly Divided,” Amartya Sin states that “the befuddling influence of a singular classification also traps those who dispute the thesis of clash: To talk about the “Islamic world” or “the Western world” is already to adopt an impoverished vision of humanity as unalterable divided.” In a persuasive essay, address the future of a diversified America. Can a nation maintain a strong sense of self and still remain open to outside influences? Is national identity crucial to a nation’s survival? How would you describe America’s national identity?
•Persuasive Essay 1200 word minimum
•APA manuscript format
•Abstract and Title Page
•Resources (minimum four): At least one direct quote from chosen essay, two sources from the library databases. Other sources may be from your textbook, other books, or credible internet sources.
•Save the file in .doc, .docx, or .rtf
•College level academic writing in third person point of view is required