Research paper on the topic: "Should DACA be ended or not? "

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The attachment named "Research paper prompt" tells you the guidelines on how to do the paper, and what should be its structure and what we need to include in the paper. Another attachment "Synthesis Essay Peer Review Prompt" also contents some instructions for the paper. The paper should be in MLA format. It should be of minimum of 7-8 pages without the work citation page. So, Construct a thesis that will require at least seven pages to support.

And the most important part is, you need to find 5 scholarly sources including the counterarguments and rebuttal for this research paper from the campus database. I have provided the link below to search for the sources. You can choose 4 sources from the Campus database and choose one from any newspaper articles. Go to the given link:

Then click the Academic Search Complete in the right side of the screen, then it will ask you of you are student or the college staff, click student then it will ask you for the ID and Password, which I will provide you later. Then from their you can choose the supporting sources for your claim. And after you finish that, again go to the above link and this time go to the Opposing Viewpoints on the right side of the screen, then again login and search for the sources for the counterarguments. Don't forget to put the quotation sandwich in the paper.

I have also provided you with the sample research paper but it is just a rough draft of 3 page. You can use the ideas too.

Remember the paper should be of atleast 7 pages.

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Synthesis Essay Peer Review Prompt English 1310: Rhetoric and Composition I Writer: Reviewer: Introduction Early in the paper, the writer should incorporate what those writers they read for this miniresearch say to provide the context/introduction for his/her research topic. He/she should also provide a clear statement of his/her claim and three reasons. Finally, the writer should answer the “Who cares?” and “So what?” questions by making it clear why the issue matters to his/her readers. Are all these elements clear to you? If so, prove it by repeating these elements back to the writer (feel free to quote the writer directly in your response). If not, describe what is missing and suggest some options for how the writer might go about satisfying these elements of the assignment. Evidence For each of the writer’s supporting reasons, he/she should provide sufficient evidence (in the form of quotes, observations, reasoning etc. from the articles they read) to persuade his/her reader of the truth of those reasons. Does the writer provide sufficient evidence for his/her first reason? If so, describe that evidence and explain why it is persuasive. If not, explain why the writer’s evidence is insufficient and describe the type of evidence he/she needs to provide in order to fully support the reason. Repeat this process for each additional reason. Counterarguments At some point the writer should (1) name and describe an opponent, (2) describe that opponent’s argument fairly, (3) identify any areas of agreement (common ground), and (4) respond with a rebuttal. Does the writer respond adequately to an opponent? If so, summarize the four moves listed above and explain why they are effective. If not, explain what is lacking and suggest how the writer might go about executing these moves more effectively. Writing Conventions The Writer should properly utilize the writing skills he/she has learnt in the class such as summarizing, paraphrasing, quoting, using evidence and sources etc. Has the writer successfully utilized those skills? Prove yes or no or something else! Paper 3 – Researched Position Paper The Rhetorical Situation For your Issue Proposal, you organized your preexisting knowledge on your issue and sketched a plan for research. You traced the controversy surrounding your issue by describing its history and summarizing the major positions on it. All these assignments have been preparing you for this final paper, where you will advocate a position on your issue with a well-supported argument written for your audience. Invention In rhetorical studies, invention refers to the systematic search for ideas that can be shaped into an effective composition. (The term “prewriting” is sometimes used to refer to the concept of invention.) This section of the assignment, then, is designed to help you generate the required content for your Researched Position Paper. Please note that the following steps are not intended to serve as an outline for your paper. Rather, these steps will help you produce the “raw materials” that you will then refine into a well-organized analysis, and these steps are likely to produce more material than you can actually use in the draft you submit to readers. 1. Construct a claim that advances the conversation about your issue, turns it in a new direction. You might disagree with claims made by authors of your sources, you might agree with the claim(s) but with a difference, you might agree and disagree with the claim (s) simultaneously, or you might generate an entirely new claim that addresses an aspect of the issue that has not been addressed in the sources you’ve found. 2. Next, attach as many reasons as are necessary to fully support your claim. Your claim+reasons, also known as “enthymemes”, will form your thesis. 3. For each separate enthymeme in your thesis, identify the implicit warrant and determine whether it represents an assumption that your audience shares with you. If so, there’s no need to address the warrant explicitly in your argument. If the warrant represents an assumption some readers might resist, however, consider how you might persuade them to accept it. If you think it would be impossible to persuade your audience to accept the warrant, then you might consider changing the reason so as to produce a warrant that relies on an assumption that you and your readers share. Please note: each reason in your thesis will produce a different warrant, and you must assess the audience’s response to each one. 4. For each of your reasons (and any warrant that needs explicit support), provide sufficient evidence to convince your audience that your reasons are true statements. Your personal experiences, observations, and reasoning count as evidence, but you should also draw extensively on outside sources for evidence to support your reasons. 5. Make sure you anticipate objections to your argument by planting at least one naysayer in your paper. This naysayer might be hypothetical or might be the actual author of an outside source. To engage effectively with a naysayer, you should: • name and describe the naysayer. • represent objections fairly. • make concessions when possible. • answer objections. 6. The previous five steps will help you construct effective logos appeals. You should also make effective ethos appeals in order to come across to readers as a person of good character, good sense, and good will. To make effective ethos appeals, make sure you: • know what you’re talking about. Draw on all those outside sources you’ve been reading over the course of the semester, and provide ample evidence for your reasons. • show regard for your readers. Try to come across as approachable and thoughtful, not arrogant or insensitive. • are careful and meticulous in your writing, not sloppy or disorganized. 7. Finally, make pathos appeals to readers by connecting with their emotions, values, and imaginations. To make effective pathos appeals, make sure you: • choose an appropriate style based on the conventions of your publication venue if you are considering publishing this paper in a journal. • evoke emotions (sympathy, outrage, anger, delight, awe, horror, etc.) in your readers that make your paper more moving. • evoke sensations (seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling) in your audience that make your writing vivid and help readers experience things imaginatively. • appeal to values (freedom, justice, tolerance, fairness, equality, etc.) that your readers and you share. Arrangement In rhetorical studies, arrangement refers to the selection of content generated during the inventional stage and the organization of that content into an effective composition. To begin your paper, follow the following advice: “To give your writing the most important thing of all—namely, a point—a writer needs to indicate clearly not only what his or her thesis is, but also what larger conversation that thesis is responding to”. In this case, the conversation you’re responding to is the one surrounding your issue. Indicate at the beginning of your paper that you’re writing in response to that conversation; then state a thesis that consists of your claim and supporting reasons. After you’ve completed these introductory moves, the arrangement of your argument is up to you. You should include material from each step in the inventional stage, but your selection and organization of that material should follow your own judgment as to what will prove most effective with the audience you have selected. Style In rhetorical studies, style refers to the appropriate language for the occasion, subject matter, and audience. One purpose of ENGL 1320 is give you practice writing in a variety of styles. For this paper, you should familiarize yourself with the style of pieces published in the venue you have selected. Adhere to that style as closely as possible. Readers appreciate coherent, unified paragraphs, even when reading an informal piece of writing. Your paragraphs should include a topic sentence that clearly states the main idea of the paragraph and supporting sentences that cluster around the main idea without detours. You should cite your sources according to the conventions of your publication venue. If you’re writing a letter or an article for a mainstream periodical, then you will probably just introduce your sources and cite them within the text, much as you did for your Mapping the Issue paper. If you’re writing for a web-based publication, you might need to include hyperlinks. If you’re writing for a scholarly journal, then you’ll need to use the formal citation system (e.g., MLA, APA, or Chicago) that journal requires. Proofread carefully; avoid errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics. Visit the Purdue OWL website ( for questions you have regarding style. Other Requirements Your paper should be at least 7-10 pages. I don’t want any fluff, so construct a thesis that will require at least seven pages to support. I also don’t want to read a dissertation, however, so keep the scope of your thesis small enough that you can support it adequately within eight pages. Your paper should be double-spaced, typed in Times New Roman font, with 12-point character size and one-inch margins all the way around. Your first submission is due at the beginning of class on [See the syllabus for the exact deadline] , and you should think of it as a final draft—something that is ready for your classmates and me to read. If your first submission does not meet every requirement of this assignment sheet, I will return it to you and count it as late. Both your first and final submissions must be turned in on time—you will be docked a full letter grade for each day either is late. Peer reviews are due [See the syllabus for the exact deadline]. Final drafts are due [See the syllabus for the exact deadline] . Khadka 1 Prashant Khadka ENGL 1301-81056 Prof. Manav Kaur 10 December 2018 DACA-should it be ended or not? Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a program that was started in 2012 by Barrack Obama, who was then the president of the United States of America. The primary objective of this program was to help those in need from foreign countries by issuing them rights to own driving licenses, acquire employment, receive social security number and other states benefits. These rights helped the needy undocumented immigrants to access the states’ benefits meaning even if they have no citizenship, they can own certain documents, properties and participate in building the nation through restricted rights. There has been debates whether to end this program or not, where some of the leaders have been trying to end it such as the current president of America Donald Trump. Donald Trump accused Barrack Obama of overstepping his authority and allowing DACA to be created. DACA protects the immigrants from deportation by the States government hence the debate is still in court waiting for the ruling. However, Deferred Action for Children Arrivals program should not be ended because it provides better lives to the immigrants as well as citizens living in the USA, enhanced the quality of education and ending DACA will jeopardize the lives and opportunities of the poor immigrants. The economy of America has enhanced itself since DACA was started. These changes have been to the better since when immigrants came to America, they have contributed to the economic growth by paying their taxes, buying new homes and many other advantages that have also helped business development in America. This has been proven by Anne Morse in an Khadka 2 article, “Coming to America” published on the states legislatures’ journal. She said, “Immigrants play a big role in America’s economy”. She wanted the government under the ruling of President Trump to rethink on the idea of ending DACA with considerations of their impact in America’s economy. It is estimated that DACA has protected over 790,000 unauthorized immigrants from deportation who are working in the United States of America. Most of them were from Mexico and El Salvador. Thus, DACA has provided a reliable way for these illegal immigrants to get settled in their life, attend a quality education and have a good financial stability (Morso). An article by Paul Krugman, published in The New York Times in July 2017, stated the adverse effects in the US economy that will be caused by killing DACA. He said, “we have let in skilled immigrants because they help to enhance the national economy”. He wanted to bring out the effects that will be inflicted in US economy when DACA closes. The writer indicated that the young immigrants living in America under DACA have benefited America in two significant ways which he explains are beneficial to the economy. These immigrants have curbed the problem caused by the aging population and secular stagnation problem. As we can see, there are so few populations who pay their taxes in time. Meanwhile, these DACA immigrants are those who are paying taxes to the government. This has helped to balance the disparity in paying revenue, created by the aging population. If thousands of immigrant workers are expelled from the work force, there will be a massive scarcity of the workers in the market which will worse off the national economy. In a general view, America has derived many benefits from immigrants that are pursuing their dreams in this country. Hence ending DACA will mean those benefits will not be gained anymore (Krugman). According to an article, “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” in Dallas county college district stated the federal government is accepting student’s renewal applications and work permits for youth under DACA status (Chancellor). Dr. Joe May Khadka 3 said “since the ruling made by the court supports education for immigrants, we will continue to renew applications”. He wanted to mean that renewal of student’s application is going on despite the threats to close DACA. Since the formation of DACA in 2012, the education centers in America received great competition because demand for education went up. The reason behind this is because for an immigrant to receive an opportunity to work in the US they had to have enrolled in school either high school level, diploma or degree for them to receive better salaries. Intake levels in colleges and universities went up building stiff competition among them. This, in turn, enhanced the quality of education offered in the institutions in America. On the other hand, universities and colleges whether public or private only allowed the best students to school with them. These encouraged students to improve their grades for them to gain access to institutions that would guarantee quality education for them to pursue their dreams and hence brought competition among students to secure those chances. These competitions made students have the tenacity to achieve better academic performance to secure the slight chances of scholarships offered by these institutions. U.S. District judge supported the protection of students who are studying in U.S under the DACA program through his ruling on 3rd august 2018 (District). The judge said “children protected under DACA will continue to be protected from deportation”. He supported protection of the children under DACA. DACA has helped many young people to support their families and local communities by enabling them to acquire good jobs in the US. These families have also gained benefits of attaining better education, health insurances and have social security number. This program was meant to help the needy and therefore there is screening before getting the rights of DACA. There will be no future left for young immigrants to support their families and the local Khadka 4 community in the future. In an article published in the National public radio explained the uncertainties of young DACA members upon the announcement of ending DACA by President Donald Trump (Sanchez). Erazo a high school counselor said “you see in their eyes fear, that’s the heartbreaker”. He wanted to mean children will be affected if Congress does not come up with a solution for the immigrants who will be hurting these kids. They have been born and raised in America meaning the only thing that denies them citizenship is the fact that their parents are immigrants. There have been misconceptions that crime rates have gone up due to a large number of immigrants coming to America. On the contrary to this immigrants are less likely to get involved in any crimes. Before receiving permission to get into the United States there are several steps taken by the homeland security and the immigrant services to ensure that anyone who comes to the United States must be crime free. Any person found to have committed any felony offense is denied the opportunity to come to America. These requirements make individuals who come into America have no risks to the state, according to Linda in an article posted in the New York Times explained the critics against immigrants. Linda said “the evidence that DACA residents have led to negativity is lacking”. She wanted to mean that those were just common critiques (Linda). On the other hand, there have been reported cases of immigrants who sneak in the United States using illegal means. These immigrants cannot work, own a driving license or gain any benefits from the state since they have not acquired the rights of an undocumented immigrant. They now live in fear of tomorrow raising anxiety and depressing to the immigrants. Many are financially stable but the thought of killing DACA has changed the perspective of Khadka 5 their lives. They should receive support to avoid mental health issues whereas better solutions should be raised rather than removing them from the country. DACA should remain in existence because since it was formed allowing benefits to immigrants, the economy of the United States has grown tremendously with more goods coming to the state than the perceived harm. The growth is continued as the State gives the immigrants opportunities to work and have better medical services that help them to support their family members and their local communities. Donald Trump is raising the impression that the immigrants are a threat to the United States. This impression is wrong since the more immigrants coming into the United States the better the economy is getting, education is improving and businesses are developing. Killing DACA will bring a gap in America’s economy and reduce the standards of education since the students are working hard to get the scholarships offered hence the competition will be reduced in DACA is terminated. An article published in the New York Times gives the answers to what it means to end DACA (Liz Robbins). Khadka 6 Work Cited Chancellor. DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). n.d. 22 November 2018 . District, Dallas County Community College. Five Things You Should Know About DACA. 14th August 2018. 22 November 2018 . Krugman, Paul. "The Very Bad Economics of Killing DACA." The New York Times 5 September 2017. Purchase answer to see full attachment

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DACA- Should it be ended or not?
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an immigration policy of the United
States of America which allows some individuals who are unlawfully in the country after being
brought to the United States as children to get a deferred action from deportation which is
renewable for a period of two years and have a work permit in America (McKee & David 161).
DACA was started by Barrack Obama in the year 2012 when he was the president of the United
States of America and individuals eligible for the program should not have been convicted for a
serious offense or felony or otherwise be of any threat to the national security. Additionally, for
individuals to be eligible for this program, they must have entered the United States as children
or in other words before their 16th birthday (McKee & David 162). The major objective of this
program was to assist individuals who are in need from other countries through giving them the
rights to get social security number, acquire employment, have driving licenses as well as other
state benefit. These rights helped in ensuring that immigrants in the United States who are needy
and undocumented are able to have access to the state benefits and this would enable them to
own properties, certain documents as well as active participation in building the nation. It is
worth noting that there have been many debates concerning whether to end DACA or not and
some leaders have attempted to end the program, like Donald Trump who is the current president
of the United States (Wells 493). However, DACA program should not be ended due to the fact

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that it provides better lives to the immigrants and citizen who live in the United States of
America, as well as enhances education quality and therefore ending Deferred Action for
Childhood Arrivals will jeopardize the opportunities and lives of the poor immigrants.
Since when DACA was formed back in the year 2012, the American education centers
have received a major competition due to the fact that the demand for education rose. This is due
to that in order for any immigrant to be in a position to get a job opportunity in the United States,
it is a requirement that they should have enrolled in school, either diploma level, high school or
degree so that they can be able to get decent salaries (Hsin & Francesc 1492). Additionally, the
intake levels in both the universities and colleges rose and this created a stiff competition among
them and this resulted to an increase in the quality of education which is offered in the American
institutions. further, both colleges and universities, whether private or public allowed only the
performing students to school with them and these m...

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