Your assignment will begin with an APA-style title page followed by a formal outline that presents your thesis statement, topic sentences, and supporting information for each topic. You will need to refer to your annotated bibliography to locate appropriate sources for the claims you intend to present and cite these sources the body of your outline and on your reference page. Please check the Research Paper Guidelines if you have any questions about the assignment topics. Also, be sure to review the Model Outline before you begin constructing your own outline and utilize the Week Two Assignment Template.
You are required to format your assignment as a full-sentence outline in APA style that includes source material from at least two scholarly sources from last week’s research along with additional research, if necessary. Source material must be cited in-text in accurate APA style and must be accompanied by an accurately formatted reference list. Be sure to incorporate any useful feedback you have received from your instructor and classmates.
The outline must be 400 to 500 words in length and formatted according to APA style. For information regarding APA, including samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center.
Submission Information: Complete the tasks above and save the document as a Microsoft Word PDF file. Submit your assignment via the Assignment Submission button. Please use a naming convention for your assignment files that includes your last name and the week number. So, your Final Research Paper Outline assignment should bear a file name that looks like: smithENG122w2.docx or smithENG122w2.pdf.
topic: The kind of argument I would like to have is the one regarding body cameras to be mandatory for all police officers to provide evidence of misconduct in controversial cases.
Should Police be Allowed Cameras?
Many are the times police officers have been accused of using extra force on unarmed suspects. The extra force employed by police officers has often been criticized by the members of the public as it brings about unnecessary damage. In some instances the officers end up killing the suspect without any reason. These aspects have led to suggestions on the need for police…