Complete BOTH Parts.
Part 1. Statement of Prospective Claims (600- 900 Words)
Now that you have turned in your Contexts Project , we begin the Advocacy Project. Its similar to the CP in that it asks you (and this is the language from the CP prompt) to (1) define and describe a significant political/social/cultural problem; (2) justify and frame this problem with motives or warrants to convince your audience that the problem youre addressing and the questions youre asking are alive and relevant right now; (3) summarize and critically evaluate various conversations and debates made by credible scholars and organizations about your topic; and (4) describe and decipher the contexts of the problem at hand by using research to tie the problem as we see it today to its past. This project builds on your CP by asking you to locate solutions to the problem that sits at the center of our project and to create a well-founded thesis that evaluates such solutions and advocates for the next steps in solving the problem.
As you begin the process of drafting your Advocacy Composition, go back to your CP and locate unanswered questions. For this assignment, you will write a proposal that identifies a significant guiding question or analytical problem and proposes answers and solutions. You might draw from sources covered during the class. You should also draw from your CP and from your previous research. The knowledge you’ve gained thus far in your explorations should serve as the foundation for this project in which you deepen your arguments and your growing body of research.
In this brief proposal, identify and explain:
Your guiding question or analytical problem: Describe the problem and summarize your guiding questions.
Possible solutions you wish to advocate: What solutions do scholars and other authoritative people and groups offer?
The debate among scholars and experts about your guiding question(s), analytical problem and potential solutions: What issues do they debate? Summarize them.
Your central claims: What claims are you going to use at this point to begin answering your questions or addressing the analytical problems that motivate the essay?
Task: Write 6-8 one-paragraph analytical summaries for your advocacy-focused sources. As your source evaluations ask you to comment on various and different aspects of any particular source, an annotation is a cohesive and short statement that both summarizes your source for its intrinsic qualities, states how you intend to use this particular source and demonstrates your understanding of this sources value as a piece of evidence in your argument
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