5 pages , MLA fromat
First: carefully read the case study.
Second: for your paper, you’ll need to pick one author from the syllabus, and argue for how that author would answer the question: is it morally right for US companies to employ cheap child labor from poor or developing countries? To do this, you’ll need to summarize that author’s position in depth, and then apply that position to this case of foreign child labor.
Third: you need to say whether YOU agree or disagree with the author you chose. And you shouldn’t just say “I agree” or “I disagree;” you need to give your own thorough argument for why you agree or disagree with the author’s answer. Let me be clear: you DO NOT need to tell me whether you agree or disagree with foreign child labor. Instead, you need to tell me whether you agree or disagree with what the author would say about foreign child labor. So, you should be agreeing or disagreeing with the author, not taking your own stance on foreign child labor.
Length: Your paper should be a minimum of five pages of content (not including headers) and a maximum of six pages of content, double-spaced, with 1-inch margins.
Punctuation and Grammar counts for 1/3 of a letter grade.For each punctuation and/or grammatical mistake, I will put a small checkmark in the left-hand margin.If there are three or more checkmarks on a single page, then you will get 1/3 of a letter grade off for grammar.I’ll mark this explicitly on your paper by giving you the grade you earned, then saying “1/3 off for grammar,” and then showing you your newly calculated grade. You will get a checkmark for the following mistakes, among others: misuse of commas, semicolons, colons; subject/verb disagreement; possessive mistakes; misuse of ‘there’, ‘their’, and ‘they’re’; misuse of ‘your’ and ‘you’re’; misuse of ‘its’ and ‘it’s’; spelling mistakes.
Appropriate citation is required: If you look at a website for ideas, list the url at the end of your paper under “works referenced.”If you paraphrase someone else’s ideas in your own words, put the url or the author’s name and article title at the end of the paragraph you’ve paraphrased.If you cite something directly, be sure to put it in quotation marks, and put the author’s name and article title or the url at the end of the sentence.Remember that your papers will be checked for originality at www.turnitin.com.