Humanities
gun control essay

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Minimum Length: 1,600 words

In your essay, you will address the issue of gun control in the United States, taking a position for or against some aspect of gun control (for example, you might write about NRA TV, violence in video game, or how the issue of gun control is used by politicians). Do NOT write an essay about gun control in general. Your topic needs to be narrow and specific.

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In your final essay, you will address the issue of gun control in the United States, taking a position for or against some aspect of gun control (for example, you might write about NRA TV, violence in video game, or how the issue of gun control is used by politicians). Do NOT write an essay about gun control in general. Your topic needs to be narrow and specific. First, collect the sources that you’ll reference in your essay. Read your sources before you begin to write. You should be completely comfortable talking about your aspect of gun control (and about gun control in general) before you even begin to think about writing. In the introduction, you should briefly discuss your aspect and offer your thesis or main claim. The thesis should be a defensible position, something that another person might argue against. But remember, the point of academic writing is to think more deeply about a subject, not merely to argue for the sake of argument. You are trying to discover a new way of thinking about your subject. The body of your essay should consist of claims that support your thesis. Each claim should be supported by reasons (other claims you make) and evidence (outside sources). What have other people said about your subject? How do their claims support your own? What more would you say about those claims? How do other people’s claims oppose yours? How would you argue against those people? Remember, always ask yourself why and how about your claims and the claims of others, and then include your answers to those questions as part of your essay. Use the things you’ve already written to help inform what you’ll write next. The conclusion should briefly recap your main point. However, it should not just be a repetition of previous points you’ve already made. Why does your argument matter? Ask yourself the question “So what?” about your essay, and then answer that question in your conclusion. This is where you make your thoughts broader and less focused on the specific issue at hand. The bibliography (works cited) is a collection of at least 8 sources you will use to support the arguments you make in your essay. You should offer your own critical analysis of each source using the guidelines from previous critical analysis assignments. ...
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