Do Research Papers Have Arguments For Abortion

Writing a Research Paper on Abortion

Student life involves writing a lot of research papers. Most students fear that they would not provide adequate information and result in failing the research paper. Having adequate knowledge on writing a research paper will be helpful in attaining desired results.

Finding information on the topic

When writing a research paper on abortion, the first thing to do is to research a specific topic that is controversial or worth questioning. You should be quite interested in the topic so that you will have time and enthusiasm when conducting research.

One situation that is challenging is changing your mind in the middle of the research due to the evidence that you come across while writing. Such cases are quite rare to come by but nothing is impossible. Using most recent sources would assist in having ideas on the newest development on the topic of interest.

Getting to know what your teacher thinks about the topic you are researching is a good idea. Teachers have wide knowledge on their subject and advice whether the topic is worth looking into or it is a wild goose chase. Have a few specifics in mind and seek approval from the teacher first before embarking on seeking serious information.

The source of information accounts for the quality of the research paper.  Ensure that the sources are scholarly and recent. The easiest places to get quality information is the internet. There are plenty of journal articles available online for free. Domain name extensions for articles such as .gov, .edu and .org provide reliable sources as they are from government, educational or non-profit organizations respectively.

Writing the thesis and outline for a research paper on abortion

You should state your thesis in one sentence. The  thesis statement in this case is the exact idea you have on abortion. Example could be ‘Abortion is illegal because everyone has the right to life’. It should be as precise as possible.

The outline puts across all the arguments that you have prepared on the research paper. It puts down in point form the exact points covered in the introduction, each body paragraph and conclusion. The outline will assist you think through the points and stages of the paper. A good outline would result in an in-depth research and writing of the essay topic.

At the introduction write the thesis of the abortion topic and why you are researching it. You will explain to the reader the exact points you intend to cover. Slightly explain how you intend to structure your paper and prove your thesis.

The body will include your arguments in individual paragraphs. Have clear supporting evidence to the arguments you bring across. It is important to start with a good argument on the first body paragraph and conclude with the best on the last one.

Writing your first draft

When writing the first draft follow the structure outlined in the outline. Argue each point giving enough information to prove the argument. You may choose to directly quote your sources or paraphrase them. Ensure to cite the information quoted to avoid plagiarism penalties. Number the different topic sections according to the numbering in the outline.

Proofread the draft and outline

Read through the research paper and ensure that everything is in order. Check that the flow of ideas is smooth and each section in transmitting easily to the next. You could be forced to make some amendments in the outline or draft to suite your paper when writing the final draft.

Check formatting and citation issues. Have you proved the thesis in the research paper and supported the arguments? If in doubt seek the assistance of a proof reader to help you before handing in the final essay to your teacher.  Time is an important factor when planning and writing the research paper. Ensure that you have enough time to research and write the paper. Have the final copy ready in time, say a day before the deadline.

Ask a question

Second Claim Paragraph

 

Another reason abortion [should/should not] be legal is [that/the fact that] [provide your second claim for or against the legality of abortion.]

 

 

Another reason abortion [is/is not] [moral/ethical] is [that/the fact that] [provide your second claim about the moral or ethical status of abortion.]

 

 

 

  • Abortion is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution (Roe vs. Wade)
  • Abortion is a women's right to make decisions about her own body
  • Abortion is not painful to the fetus
  • Abortion, when legal, is safer
  • Abortion can be a good financial decision

 

 

  • Abortion is wrong because it is equivalent to the murder of a human being
  • Life begins at conception, so fetuses have human rights
  • Abortion is painful to the fetus
  • Abortions can cause psychological trauma
  • Abortion can cause major medical problems for the mother

 

 

 

http://www.emedicinehealth.com/abortion/article_em.htm

 

http://www.justfacts.com/abortion.asp

 

0 thoughts on “Do Research Papers Have Arguments For Abortion”

    -->

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *