essay on Global Warming.

Please see attached document. Paper must be 5-8 pages in length. Topic: Global Warming. Must have both sides covered. Following document for what is needed.

Running title: final project 7

Global Warming

Title of your research (i.e Global warming: Fact or fiction)

The Controversy (please keep this heading for rough draft and final)

: Identify the controversy

Go into detail on what the two sides are and what you plan to research

(minimum one page you can remove this part once you have your one page minimum)

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The Major Players (please keep this heading for rough draft and final)

(minimum one page)

· Who is involved? Why are they involved?

· Go into detail on all the players involved in both sides of this debate

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Important Facts:

· (minimum one page)

· State relevant facts concerning the issue. Try to separate fact from opinion. Try not to show your own bias. Properly use APA citations

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Side One: (please keep this heading for rough draft and final)

· (minimum one page)

· Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources

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Side Two: ((please keep this heading for rough draft and final))

· Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources

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Your Opinion and Rationale (please keep this heading for rough draft and final))

(minimum one page)

· I believe that…, We should…, I feel that… Use supporting arguments and

· rationale. What arguments would you use to present to those who disagree with you? Cite all of your sources.

· This is where you can tell me which side you agree with and why

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References:

· Alphabetize your sources. Make sure there are sources representing both sides of the issue.

Your references must match your intext citations

Examples of how I want your references done

Lamb, G. (2005, September 27). Science and politics: a dangerous mix. Christian Science Monitor97(213), 11-13. Retrieved April 10, 2016, from Academic Search Premier database.

Link to article

Pielke Jr., R. (2006, Spring2006). When Scientists Politicize Science. Regulation29(1), 28-34. Retrieved April 10, 2016, from Business Source Complete database.

Link to article

Author last name is always first (this is how they are put in order)

Date of publication

Name of article and publication

DATE IT WAS RETRIEVED BY YOU

From where it was retrieved and the link

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