HUM101 Measles Epidemic Paper Critical Reasoning

Write about the measles epidemic. Formulate a question or thesis (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. on the current outberak so that your research has a clear and cogent direction.

Now, write a paper that addresses the measles problem via scholarly sources.
Your paper should include the following:

  • Title page: include your name, date, title of essay, and class
  • Introduction: provide a two-paragraph introduction (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that frames the issue or problem carefully
  • Engagement with the measles outbreak using scholarly sources and the intellectual standards proposed by Paul and Elder (2012): What is the issue? Why is it significant? Why is this issue relevant to you (and/or your community)? What have you learned about the depth and breadth of the issue or problem from scholarly sources? How do the scholarly sources aid you in fair-mindedness and logic?
  • Conclusion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.: Reflect on your issue or problem and how the sources informed your thinking. What have you learned? How can you apply the intellectual standards and elements of reason to this issue or problem to come to creative solutions? What critical questions remain?
  • References
  • Cite all claims and ideas using scholarly sources. While it is acceptable to write in the first person, be sure to cite your sources to support your inferences.
  • Your paper should engage a minimum of six scholarly sources.
  • Your paper should be eight to ten pages in length
  • Papers should be double-spaced, 12-point font.