Each student in English 102 will write a 5-6 page essay that explores, in-depth, about a topic that addresses the prompt below.
The essay will be a thesis-driven argument that addresses the prompt, below, and it should include extensive development of the student’s own thinking and relevant secondary sources researched and cited by the student’s annotated bibliography and Works Cited page.
Students will formally propose their essay—see the attached Proposal Form.
Each essay should address this prompt:
Explore a social, political, or economic topic of your choice and present how and to what extent the idea supports or hinders our society (the United States)? What are the opinions of experts in the field, what is the data saying about the topic, and are there ways in which we could potentially reform/better this topic?
The student will include a Works Cited page (MLA format), citing all secondary sources consulted and/or used in the essay. The paper should include relevant information from at least FOUR secondary sources, and all of these sources should appear on the student’s annotated bibliography.
Please use these websites I also need 2 more website please 5-6 pages and my essay is about the effects of smoking on effect.
Dugral, Esra, and Dicle Balkanci. “Effects of smoking and physical exercise on respiratory function test results in students of university: A cross-sectional study.” Medicine vol. 98,32 (2019): e16596. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000016596
Stabile, Anna Maria, et al. “Long term effects of cigarette smoke extract or nicotine on nerve growth factor and its receptors in a bronchial epithelial cell line.” Toxicology in Vitro 53 (2018): 29-36.
Haghani, Amin, et al. “Female vulnerability to the effects of smoking on health outcomes in older people.” PloS one 15.6 (2020): e0234015.
Evins, A. E., et al. “Prospective Association between Tobacco Smoking and Death by Suicide: a Competing Risks Hazard Analysis in a Large Twin Cohort with 35-Year Follow-Up.” Psychological Medicine, vol. 47, no. 12, 2017, pp. 2143–2154., doi:10.1017/S0033291717000587.