Section 1: Introduction to the issue and relation to your internship site.
The introduction should describe what your topic is, why it is important (ex: social, political, economic, scholarly, or policy reasons) why it is a current subject of concern in the field.
Section 2: Detailed explanation of issue (history, controversies, research, etc.) surrounding the issue
This section should draw on research literature (a library search of peer-reviewed sources) to explain the current state of knowledge on the subject. Your sources (4-6) should be recent (within the last 10 years) high-quality professional journal articles or books (or other well-recognized professional sources) to explain what we know about the topic and related issues.
Section 3: Current state of the issue
This section should contain references to popular media sources (the kind you’d find in news sources, websites, The Marshall Project investigative articles, or via google searches) to give a current perspective on the issue. Is this an issue awaiting a court decision, legal change, other legislative moves? How does the affected or other local population feel about the issue? Your sources (ideally 2-3) should help make clear what is controversial (and newsworthy) or of ethical concern surrounding the topic.
Section 4: Reflection on the issue
In the final section, explain what you believe is an ethical resolution to the issue and why. This will be based on your opinion and the research you’ve done. Explain how your agency might incorporate the knowledge you’ve gained to move forward and resolve the issue.
Grading and Guidelines
When I grade, I look for five things. First, a thesis statement that tells me the goal of the paper or what it is trying to answer, argue, or explain. Second, I look for arguments supporting that thesis. Third, I look for concrete evidence—specific cases, examples, theories, or research—used to support that argument. Fourth, I look to see whether counterevidence is discussed. Finally, I look to see whether a paper is carefully written and proofread, and has clear organization or perhaps even stylistic grace. This includes using minimal direct quotes and in the rare instance of the use of a direct quote to make an exceptional point, the quote is carefully explained and its relevance is made clear. Good writing is not vague and general but clear and concise. I tend to go with “fewer and better is better” when it comes to writing.
Your final paper will be about 1200-1500 words, with standard font, margins, and spacing. You must use ASA or APA style for your bibliography and in-text citations. Please consult a reference to clarify APA format for style, in-text citations, and reference list. R
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