Police Law Enforcement: The Brutality of Police Officers

1- The last sentence of the first paragraph(Introduction), has to be the thesis statement of the research paper.
2-The thesis statement has to state clearly the main points that will be discussed through the research paper.
3- The Structure of the argument should be cohesive and strong.
4- A Separate works Cited page should be included.
5-The research paper has to go through this 4 PARTS PROCESS sequentially and orderly:
A- PART ONE (3-4 Pages with 2 sources): Definition of the issue:
* What is it?
* Introduce the topic and state, as clearly as you can at this point, your argument (thesis) regarding that topic.
* Identify the important aspects of the issue (that is, what do people disagree about?).
* Define the key terms in the issue (FOR example, “homelessness” or “freedom” are terms that must be specifically defined within the context of

the paper).
B- PART TWO (3-4 Pages with 2 sources): The history and background of the origins and causes of the controversy that describes the topic.
* How did it begin and what causes it?
* what are the historical dimensions of this controversy? That is, where does the issue come from? What started the controversy?
* What are the causes of this problem?
C- PART THREE (3-4 Pages with 2 sources): Putting forth your opinion regarding the issue in an attempt to persuade your reader about its nature.
* What makes it a good or bad thing?
* Should it be sought or avoided?
*Is it right or Wrong?
*Is it better or worse than something else?
*Is it more or less desirable than any alternative?
* Getting into the substance of the argument by evaluating what is at the heart of your controversy.
D- PART FOUR (3-4 Pages with 2 sources): Addressing what should be done regarding the issue?
* What should be done?
* How the problem can be solved?
* Putting forth your opinion and proposals regarding the issue in an attempt to persuade your readers to pursue a course of behavior or action.
* Should some action be taken?
* What actions or policies are possible or desirable?
* How will the proposed actions or policies change the current state of affairs?
* How will the proposed changes make things different? In What ways? For whom?
* In what ways are your proposals different/ similar/ better than others that have been proposed?
6- The Conclusion of this research paper should restate the points that were mentioned in the thesis statement and in the four parts.

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