G124/ENC1101 Rasmussen College SEC7 Mod 4 Vaccines Persuasive Paper


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Question Description

Because good writing is always a process, our persuasive essay will be written in two parts: a first draft due this week and a final draft due in week 6. Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length.

As you prepare, here are a few reminders for this week's draft:

  1. In week 3 you posted a thesis for peer review. Use the revised thesis, based on your classmates' and teacher's feedback as the basis for your persuasive paper.
  1. Use your sources to support your thesis. Research and prepare the passages you will consider using. Remember to review methods of paraphrasing, summarizing, and using direct quotations.
  1. Prepare the body paragraphs by deciding where to place supporting information. Remember, each paragraph of the paper should act to build the momentum of the argument.
  1. Apply pathos, logos, and ethos whenever possible.
  1. Finally, remember that it's okay if your ideas, opinions, or sources change during process of writing this paper. Writing makes us think, and it's fine - even beneficial - to have our thoughts change as we express them on paper.

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VACCINES 1 Pro and Con of Vaccines Aimee Darwin Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on April 28, 2018, 2018, for Rebecca Moore’s G124/ENC1101 English Composition course. VACCINES 2 Pro and Con of Vaccines Back in the 1800s triggered an establishment of vaccination mandates, especially for children. Then in 1922 the schools require vaccinations to attend school. As of today, what are the pro and con of having your children having vaccines? What is your opinion of doing vaccines and having them as requirement for school? Way back then, there were so many diseases that affect the people. Some of them are hepatitis A and B, polio, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, rotavirus, influenza, pertussis, pneumococcal, meningococcal, zoster, small pox, yellow fever, rabies and human papillomavirus. Are any of these still around? If not then why do we still have to do these vaccines? All of these vaccines have developed many questions. Do vaccines cause autism? Why vaccinate? I There are many more questions about vaccination for this paper. When you are taking your kids into the peditration for a visit. They always ask if you are willing to give your kids the vaccines. You then have to initial in your child chart you approved of the vaccines. VACCINES 3 References Gullion, J. S., Henry, L., & Gullion, G, (2008), Deciding to Opt out of Childhood Vaccination Mandates. Public Health Nursing, 25(5), 401-408. doi:10.1111/j.15251446.2008.00724.x (2017, January 30). Should Any Vaccines Be Required for Children? Retrieved from Immunize for Good Respect the Facts , Protect your Child, Immunize for Good The History of Vaccines an Educational Resource by the Physicians of Philadelphia Incaco, P. (2006). THE DOCTOR SPEAKS.Lilipoh, 11(43), 19. Silverman, R.D., & Wiley, L.F. (2017). Shaming Vaccine Refusal. Journal Of Law, Medicane & Ethics, 45(4), 569-581. Doi:10.1177/1073110517750597 ...
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Final Answer


Running head: VACCINATION


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Vaccination is the injection of non-curable diseases for children. It is providing protection
to children against deadly diseases or their viruses. The main aim of the vaccine is to boost the
immunity system for children. It makes it possible for the system to resist the diseases vaccinated
against. It gives the immune system the ability to recognize and fight germs so that it can have a
less risk of acquiring a disease when exposed to the germs.
Benefits of children vaccination
Vaccination saves a life. It is a great way of protecting children from diseases. There has
been a great number of children reported to have died of various diseases. These diseases were
once incurable. However, vaccines have almost completely eliminated these diseases. Some of the
diseases have almost become extinct (Riccò, Cattani, Casagranda, Gualerzi, & Signorelli, 2017).
All this has been made possible by use of vaccines. For instance, polio was one of the biggest
threats to children’s lives. It caused paralysis and even death in children. Vaccination has played
a major role in eliminating Polio.
It is safe and effective. Before a vaccine is administered to a child, they are first examined
and reviewed by a professional. This contributes to ensuring that they are of no danger to children.
Although they may be painful and uncomfortable, they reduce the trauma of the disease that
children may suffer from the diseases they prevent.
It saves time and money. Some vaccine-preventable diseases can result in disabilities for
children. This would require a lot ...

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