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Use an 11 font, Times New Roman font, double-spaced text, with no additional spacing between paragraphs.
The first page header only should include your name and the title of essay (i.e. your case Entries on the reference list or works cited page should include the title, author (if known), website or periodical title, date (if known), and URL (if an on-line source is used) of each source used. There is no specific style requirement. Of course, all sources must be documented!
Direct quotes, statistics, and other specific information can be either cited in-text or footnoted (but must be one or the other!).
The paper should be 4 pages long. You should refrain from padding your papers with redundancy, repetition, and unnecessary information merely to extend the length of the paper, and you will penalized for excessive redundancy or repetition. (That said, a paper shorter than three pages is extremely unlikely to contain sufficient depth, detail, and sophistication to merit an A grade.)
1. Historical Background / Factual Description.
In the first page your paper, describe the major facts surrounding your case study, including a historical overview, a description of the relevant engineers and other parties, a brief gloss (in layman s terms!) of the relevant technical issues, and any other necessary or important factual information. You should provide just the facts. Do not engage in any analysis of ethical claims at this point in the paper, prior to stating your thesis.
2. Statement of Decision Problem.
Isolate a particular action or decision that will be the focus of your analysis and assessment. Explicitly describe it . If you are analyzing an event that has already happened, the decision problem should raise a question of the form What should X have done Did X do the right thing (for some one person, group, company, or institution X). If you are looking at a current issue, it should raise a question of the form What should X do What would be the correct action for X
3. Statement of Thesis.
State the position, in answer to the above question, that you will be defending. The thesis should be prominently placed, and stated clearly and concisely.
4. Argument(s) for Thesis.
You should, in an A paper, provide multiple arguments in support of your thesis, as well as anticipating and addressing potential worries and objection. Each paragraph in this section should begin with a sentence in which you either (a) state a positive reason in favor of your thesis (e.g. This action was right/wrong because ) or (b) flag a potential worry, objection, or counterpoint and then indicate that it does not undermine your view (e.g. Although it might seem that , this does not change the fact that this action was right/wrong; what this objection misses is that . ). In turn, the remainder of each paragraph should expand upon and provide support for these main points.
5. Opposing Viewpoint(s) .
You must reconstruct, with detail, at least one of argument from the toughest opponent that you envision. That is, imagine that someone has read your argument above, but still insists that your assessment of the action is wrong (e.g. if you said the action was wrong, imagine someone who says it was okay; if you said it was the right thing to do, imagine someone who says it should not have been done). Lay out an argument that such a person might present in support of their opposing view.
In a paper earning an A grade, the historical section lays out all relevant and important factual information in a clear and concise manner, a specific decision or action is explicitly identified, and the thesis–an assessment of whether this action is right or wrong–is prominent and clear. The remainder of the paper remains focused on the justification and defense of this thesis. An A paper includes multiple lines of argument in support of the thesis, each articulated in its own paragraph and bolstered with supporting details and examples. Additionally, the A paper anticipates potential worries, objections, or counterexamples, and provides targeted responses to each. Finally, the A paper develops at least one opposing viewpoint–a potential argument against the thesis–in some detail, sympathetically reconstructing the opponent s perspective as convincingly as possible, before critiquing this perspective. An A paper does only this: it does not stray from the thesis to address other topics or issues; instead, all points raised are clearly and explicitly connected to defense of the thesis.
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