Ideological Reasoning

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Visit the Rio Salado Library and access the CQ Researcher database. From the CQ Researcher main page, click on Browse Topics and narrow by Pro/Con reports. Select an issue that interests you that is rooted in an ideological argument.

  • Read both sides of the argument carefully and take notes on the strengths and weaknesses you observe.
  • Write a short response (3-4 paragraphs) that summarizes both sides of the issue and applies the four tests described in this lesson and in the textbook. Which side comes out with the strongest argument and why? You will have to use clear evidence from the text to support your reading. Make sure to include the ideologies behind each argument.

Your work will be scored by the following:

Criteria

Max. Points available

Content: In shaping his/her response, the

student summarizes both sides of the issue and applies the four tests

of an argument. He/she determines which side comes out the strongest

and explains why. The student applies vocabulary from the lesson

correctly and uses specific examples to shape his/her discussion.

35

Central Idea and Textual Evidence: The

student discusses the ideologies behind each argument and provides clear

evidence from the text that supports his/her reading.

10

Grammar/Mechanics: The assignment has been proofread and spellchecked prior to submission. There are no errors that impede comprehension.

5

Total Possible Points

50

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this one requires access to the college library, will see how to figure this one out since its password protected. I can send you the subjects and see which one you prefer, and after selecting the subject there will be bunch of articles that I will send to you as well to pick.


here are the subjects

Abortion
Adoption and Foster Care
Advertising
Affirmative Action
Afghanistan
Africa
AIDS/HIV and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Air Pollution
Air Transportation
Alcoholism
Alternative Energy
Alternative Medicine
Alzheimer's Disease
America's Image Abroad
Animal Rights
Antitrust
Aquaculture and Maritime Policy
Archeology
Arms Control and Disarmament
Arms Sales and Trafficking
Artificial Intelligence
Arts
Automobiles
Baby Boomers
Banking
Bilingual Education and ESL
Birth Control
Brazil
Campaign Finance
Canada
Cancer
Caribbean
Censorship
Census
Chain Stores
Challenges of the Courts
Cheating and Ethics in Schools
Child Abuse
Child Care
Child Labor
China
Christianity
Civil Liberties in Wartime
Coal Industry
Coastlines
College Financing
College Sports
Colleges and Universities
Communism and Socialism
Computers
Constitution and Separation of Powers
Consumer Protection
Copyright and Patents
Corporate Salaries
Cosmetics and Fashion
Cost of Living and Wages
Credit and Consumer Debt
Crime
Criminal Sentencing
Cuba
Death Penalty
Defense Spending
Democracy
Disabled Persons
Disasters and Preparedness
Disease
Diversity
Doctors
Drug Abuse and Trafficking
Education and Funding
Education and Gender
Education Issues
Education Standards and Testing
Elections
Electoral College
Energy
Environmental Protection
Ethics in Government
Ethics in War
European Unification
Evolution, Science, and Creationism
Executive Powers and the Presidency
Farm Income and Agricultural Prices
Farm Labor
Farm Loans and Subsidies
Farm Policy
Federal Budget and National Debt
Federal Judiciary
Federal Reserve System
Federal/State Government Relations
Food Prices and Supply
Food Safety
Foreign Aid
Gambling and Lotteries
Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Issues
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Individuals
Genetics and Cloning
Gifted Education and Tracking
Government Secrecy
Gun Control and the Second Amendment
Health Insurance
Highways and Roads
Hispanics
Historic Preservation
Holocaust and Antisemitism
Hospitals
Housing
Human Rights
Illiteracy
Immigration and Naturalization
India
Insurance Industry
Intelligence Agencies
Iran
Iraq
Islam
Israel, Palestine, and Middle East Peace
Japan
Jobs and Skills
Journalism, Newspapers, and the Media
Jury System
Juveniles and the Justice System
Korea
Labor Unions
Latin America
Law Enforcement
Lawyers
Learning Disabilities
Libraries
Lobbying and Special Interests
Marijuana
Marriage, Divorce, and Single Parents
Mass Transit
Medicaid and Medicare
Medical Malpractice
Mental Health
Military Bases
Military Draft
Millennium
Missile Defense
Morality and Values
Music
National Parks
Native Americans
NATO
Natural Resources
New Deal, Great Depression, and Economic Recovery
Nuclear Power
Nutrition and Health
Occult
Oil and Gasoline Prices
Older Americans and Senior Citizens
Olympics
Organ Transplants
Organized Crime
Pakistan
Panama
Peace Corps, National Service, and Volunteerism
Pensions and Retirement


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