Develop an original graph, chart, or table that illustrates a point you made in either your Week 7 Persuasive Research Essay or your Week 9 Comparative Research Essay. Please make sure to develop the graph, chart, or table for the same essay you are having peer reviewed this week in place of discussion. If you need to look for new research to use in your graph, chart, or table, this is fine. Otherwise, feel free to create an original graph, chart, or table illustrating knowledge you have already presented. Tables, pie charts, bar graphs, and line graphs are all acceptable options. Your graph, chart, or table must be original, which means you have created it yourself.
Key Elements to Remember
In APA formatting, you will reference the graph where appropriate within the body of the essay. For instance, when discussing the information in the graph, chart, or table, you would write: (See graph in Figure 1.). Then the actual table or graph would be inserted on the last page of the essay after your References page.
When labeling your graph, chart, or table, label it as a Figure (for charts and graphs) or as a Table (for tables). Include a title for your graph, chart, or table. For tables, the label of Table 1 should be used and italicized and the title also should be italicized with each major word capitalized. For charts and graphs, the word Figure 1 should be italicized, but the title should not be italicized. All major words in the title should be capitalized. See examples below.
Reference information should be noted. See examples below.
All appropriate information in a graph or a chart should be identified in a legend.
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Running head: CIGARETTE SMOKING
Week 7 Research Essay
Time 1 Hour 55 Minutes
For a long time now, most people hold different views about smoking itself and tobacco
use in public. Smokers have a sense that it is their right to smoke wherever they want.
Conversely, non-smokers or passive smokers feel their rights violated and their life endangered.
It is true that cigarette smoking causes heart disease, lung cancer, and other critical illnesses (See
graph in figure1). Additionally, a substantial sum of lung cancer patients occur from passive can
be ascribed to involuntary smoking. While some individuals feel that smoking in public spaces
ought to remain since it is their right, I hold upon that smoking in public places must be banned
since second-hand smoke endangers non-smokers’ health status and pollutes the environment.
As researched by Glantz & Daynard (199...