I need a Rogerian style essay/paper on any topic, but make sure it is not one of the overused topics listed below. I have the starts of an obesity paper outline if you pick that topic. This essay should be between 900 and 1000 words.
Must show two opposing sides. Then, you need to research that topic in order to specify the topic’s scope, so it can be easily discussed in 1000 word essay.
Note: Consider your audience as laymen in the field who have only general knowledge of your topic.
The following overused topics may not be used in your essay:
gays in the military,
mandatory drug testing,
women in the military,
diets (including the Paleo diet),
workout regimens (including CrossFit),
payment of college athletes,
dangers of smoking (including e-cigarettes and synthetic marijuana)
and the legalization of marijuana.
Make sure to include the following sections in your essay:
an introduction and claim,
and a conclusion.
Within the body of your essay, make sure to include the following in any order:
The background for your chosen topic,
the opposition - use an academic tone, and do not show bias,
the strengths and weaknesses of your opponents' claims,
your claim -- use an academic tone, and do not show bias,
discuss the warrants for your claim and the opposition in order to find the common ground,
and show the common ground between your opponents' claim and your claim.
paragraph 1. Introduction:
a) “the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than one-third of the adult population in the United States is considered obese, leading many to label the problem of obesity an epidemic.” (Obesity gale) Start your paper by describing problem that your paper is going to address.
b) “Obesity is taxing on the body and responsible for a variety of health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, liver disease, high blood pressure, infertility, gallbladder disease, depression, several forms of cancer, stroke, and sleep apnea. “ (Obesity gale).
c) “the obesity rate continues to rise in America.” (Obesity gale)
d) “According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 2.8 million people die each year from complications of being obese.” (WHO) Provide specific and compelling evidence for this problem to ensure that your reader will agree with you that something needs to be done about it.
e) Thesis statement:
paragraph 2. An opposing perspective:
a) “acknowledging obesity as a disease, the AMA is placing obesity on par with the same diseases that sick fat cells create: diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, and heart disease. “ “causes non-obese Americans to look into their own biases. present the ideas of someone who has published an article putting forward a solution to the problem described in your introduction.
b) They say there is no such thing as a healthy obesity person”
c) The classification of obesity as a disease will help curb some of the bias. Make sure to pick something that you don’t entirely agree with.
d) The way obesity Is measured is failed, a classified obesity person can be a shorty, healthy, muscled bounded person. It takes several test/evident to state a person is unhealthy, ie blood pressure. Present the ideas of your opinion and a fair and accurate and detailed manner.
e) Bias will also be there as it is a human nature to judge
paragraph 3. Grant validity:
a) Understanding the ongoing growth of obesity in America and the bias that coinsides with it I consee that there is a problem in need of attention. I understand the way obesity is measured and can see how it can be a help tool for a doctor to use in dianoging a patron. Devote a paragraph to pointing out the aspects of this person’s argument that you think are valid.
b) The fear of what the future hold in trims of the death rate over obesity demands attraction. You might consider the person's motivations desires and fears or supporting arguments.
paragraph 4. Your perspective:
a) Attempt to show how a better solution might be found if the opponents I dears are adjusted. Specifically indicate what you want to adjust in the argument.
b) Elaborate on the benefits of making adjustments. For the benefits feel free to consider environmental impacts cost to society or impacts on the job market. Provide research evidence to support your claims.
paragraph 5. Common ground conclusion:
a) Conclude by the sizing the similarities between you and your opponent.
b) As you stress what you have in common reassert that both of your goals can be met if you collaborate on the solution.