This is a research paper. Do research. Write in paragraphs. Use APA formatting. Double space and use headings for the different sections of the paper. Sources and citations are required. Develop your points and ideas. The paper should be about five pages in length. As a formal research paper, the only portion of the paper in which you should use the word “I” is in the Conclusion/Opinion section.
Sections of the Final Paper:
1. Introduction – define/explain the technology. Be sure to include how the technology works.
2. Pros – Three reasons that favor the use of the technology, one paragraph each. At least one of these reasons should include mention of who/what would benefit. (Include a citation for each pro.)
3. Cons – Three reasons for not using or slowing the development of the technology, one paragraph each. At least one of these reasons should include mention of who/what would be harmed. (Include a citation for each con.)
4. Values – Look at the Family Values Tournament in Module 2. Select two values that are relevant to considering the use of this technology and explain why, writing one paragraph for each relevant value you selected.
5. Conclusion – Your opinion/conclusion based on and referring to the reasons in parts 2, 3 and 4. Weigh the qualitative and any quantitative data on both sides. Add to that, consideration of relevant values. In your conclusion, specifically discuss the pros and cons you mentioned earlier in your paper. (Demonstrate critical thinking skills.) Should we embrace the technology, limit its use (if so, to what use) or ban it? And why? This part of the paper is worth the most points. Make it worth 15 points.
6. Works Cited – Includes at least 5 credible sources using APA formatting.
Examples of topics: genetically modified organisms (GMOs), horizontal hydraulic fracturing (fracking), health apps, net neutrality, nuclear power, nanotechnology, drones, or self-driving cars

 

"Are you looking for this answer? We can Help click Order Now"