Write an argumentative research paper influenced by a topic from Mary Bassett’s video on social justice Use 5 outside sources in the essay in addition to her video. At least 3 of these should be peer-reviewed journal articles and at least one should be a non-print source (a video, documentary, social media site, podcast, or anything else video- or multimodal-based).The final can be any other type of print source, including a news article, a book or book chapter, a website, or anything else that is demonstrably credible. Include a minimum of 5 pages of development plus a Works Cited page Persuade the audience of your ideas by writing a thesis-driven essay Feature counterargument and rebuttal Employ logos, pathos, and ethos when persuading the audience to agree with the viewpoint of your thesis Demonstrate a sense of audience awareness Remember to draw upon previous writing skills we’ve discussed in order to achieve a successful argumentative essay: Consider your organization. You should have an introduction paragraph, a conclusion paragraph, and at least three body paragraphs between them. Provide an introduction in which you have: a “hook” that grabs the reader’s attention, necessary context and background, and the thesis statement. In the thesis statement, state the viewpoint you want your reader to hold on the topic by the time they’re done reading. This should be specific to what you talk about; “social justice is important” is not specific enough. Construct body paragraphs so that each one provides one reason that will convince the reader that your thesis statement is true and compelling. In each body paragraph, provide 1-2 quotes from one of your research sources. Make sure to include parenthetical citations and to integrate quotes. Discuss quotes fully and connect them back to the thesis. Repeat the body paragraph process until you provide the strongest set evidence you have to convince your reader; this should take about 5 pages. Focus on your use of evidence: Are you arguing emotionally, logically, or ethically? Does this make sense for your topic? Do you have a balance of two or all three of these methods? Craft counterargument and rebuttal. This is the process of acknowledging others might have different viewpoints on the topic that you, stating what those differing views are, and showing how they’re not as compelling or accurate as yours are. Give a conclusion paragraph in which you restate the thesis, quickly summarize your main points, and give a “moving forward” or “takeaway” thought. Include a Works Cited page with a citation for every source you use, whether by quoting, paraphrasing, summarizing, or discussing its ideas. Follow MLA style formatting, including double spacing the entire essay, having an MLA header and a title, indenting paragraphs, and using parenthetical documentation. Departmental and Institutional Learning Outcomes Assessment: The Final Project for this class might be reviewed by the English Department and/or Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee for achievement of the following Institutional Learning Outcomes: · Read critically, including the ability to analyze and interpret a variety of printed books, documents, and articles · Produce clear, logical, correct, coherent, and properly documented prose · Analyze, interpret, and critically respond to non-print media/sources Students in this course should be aware that some assignments might be used for Departmental or Institutional Outcome Assessment as part of the College’s Continuous Improvement process. Papers will be selected randomly, and information identifying individual students will be removed. Learning Outcomes Assessment is separate and distinct from course-level assessment and will have no impact on grades for this class.