Write a paper on readings being Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article “why women still can’t have it all” and Richard Dorment’s article “why men still can’t have it all.”

The emphasis of this argumentative paper surrounds the idea of “why women still can’t have it all” (Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article) and “why men still can’t have it all” (Richard Dorment’s article). If at all possible I would like the paper to be about why men are incarcerated more than women/ involved more in the criminal justice system over women.

Here is a brief summary of what is expected form the paper

Write a 3-4-page MLA-style essay in which you identify a debatable question or issue, take a position in the debate, argue your position with evidence, and acknowledge at least one counterposition. A successful argument essay will be a balanced examination of an issue that is important to you. Your purpose is to convince your reader that your issue is worthy of debate and that your position is worth embracing.

In your argument essay, you will include background–an overview of the issue, problem, or debate to give your reader some context–and a thesis statement in which you establish your position. Your essay should demonstrate your understanding of and respect for other perspectives in the debate; finding common ground will make your argument stronger. You will devote most of the body of your essay to presenting evidence and reasons in favor of your position. The evidence will come from the two readings for this unit.
Write a paper on readings being Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article “why women still can’t have it all” and Richard Dorment’s article “why men still can’t have it all.”

You are required to do some research to gather evidence and define the issue. Use at least one source in addition to the two in class reading sources. Remember that good research helps you present yourself as knowledgeable and fair-minded. A successful argument will use logical and emotional appeals that are appropriate to the purpose and audience.

In the body of your essay, you should also include a counter argument, a position that represents an objection to your position. As you plan out your argument, think about where to place the counterargument and how youll respond. There is no best place for the counterargument. Close the essay with a restatement of your thesis and some sense of whats at stake in this debate.

Lastly introducing any of new resources (articles, podcasts, magazines, etc.) there should be a brief summary of the author, publisher and their credibility, who is typically their target audience.

At the moment this is all I can think of.

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