You will write an 8- to 10-page argumentative research paper that argues and explores any one of the three topics that you chose in your first three papers. Your argument must clearly articulate your claim, provide specific evidence, identify and acknowledge the refutation, and assert a counterargument. You may use any rhetorical method of your choice with the argumentative structure. Parameters: You must effectively incorporate a total of ten sources with summaries, paraphrases, and quotes: six scholarly / peer-reviewed secondary sources and four of valid, relevant, and credible sources of your choosing. None of your sources may be Wikipedia. At least one of your sources must refute your claim. You may use the TEDTalk as a primary or secondary source. Your annotated bibliography was the research for your final paper. Therefore, in the interest of time, you cannot change your topic or sources once you have submitted the annotated bibliography. Make sure to choose wisely and read closely.
I already have the annotated bibliography done for you to look at