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Abortion: A Comprehensive Analysis of Moral, Legal, Political, and Women's Reproductive Health Issue

Content

All issues (moral, legal, political and women’s reproductive health) that touch on the topic of abortion must be discussed. The essay should be between 5-7 pages or 2,500-3,000 words (maximum) excluding the references. All sources must be properly acknowledged in the references. All assignments should clearly indicate the: Title of the Assignment, Course Title & Numbers, Instructor’s Name and Student’s Names and I.D. Number at the top of the first page of the assignment. The font should Time New Roman with 1.5 line spacing. References should be APA format. The rubrics for grading the paper will be content, organization and references.


?    Content
This includes the overview and/or introduction of thematic issue, and the thorough critical analysis of contents presented. Five sides to the question must be treated. The two sides of the proponents of the issue, the two sides of the antagonists of the issue and the personal opinion of the student. All claims must be supported by factual information and critical analysis of that factual information. In essence, arguments without explanation and regurgitation of factual information without critical analysis will receive low marks because the hallmark of this class is critical analysis in form of thinking outside the box. Each of the paragraph must show a clear topic/theme of discussion and there must be clear transitions between paragraphs and ideas.

?    Organization
This includes the overall presentation of the content and the references in organized manner. Introduction and conclusions must be properly written. A thesis statement should be in the opening paragraph(s) that outlines the main argument of the paper. You should also indicate to the reader in a short paragraph how the paper will proceed and the order that information will be provided – in other words – a set of directions to your argument. There must be clear transitions between paragraphs and ideas. Failure to do this attracts penalty just it does under content. The conclusion must also summarize all the arguments presented in the paper.

?    References
This includes the use of relevant and appropriate references. It also includes strict adherence to the rules guiding the referencing format used (APA format in this case). All sources, including those obtained from the Internet, must be fully cited. For Internet sources, give the full address and the date you referenced the site. Wikipedia is not accepted as an academic source.


Plagiarism
Plagiarism is a very serious academic offence and should be avoided in all ramifications. This includes (but is not limited to) the presentation or submission of the work of another person, without citation or credits, as the student’s own work. Plagiarism is that form of academic dishonesty where one person submits or presents the work of another person as his or her own. Please see the University of Regina General Calendar for more details and regulations on plagiarism.

Grading Guidelines


90-100         An outstanding performance with very strong evidence of:    
•    an insightful and comprehensive grasp of the subject matter;
•       a clear ability to make sound and original critical evaluation of the material given;
•           outstanding capacity for original creative and/or logical thought;
•       an excellent ability to organize, to analyze, to synthesize, to integrate ideas and to express thoughts both in speech and in writing.

80 – 89      Very good performance with strong evidence of:
•    a comprehensive grasp of the subject matter;
•    an ability to make sound critical evaluation of the material given;
•    a  good capacity for original, creative and/or  logical thinking;
•    a very good ability to organize, to analyze, to synthesize, to integrate ideas, and to express thoughts both in speech and in writing.

70 – 79       Above average performance with evidence of:
•    a substantial knowledge of the subject matter;
•    a good understanding of the relevant issues and a good familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques;
•    some capacity for original, creative, and/or logical thinking;
•    an above average ability to organize, to analyze and to examine the subject material in a critical and constructive manner and, 
•    to express thoughts, both in speech and in writing.

60 – 69       A general satisfactory and intellectually adequate performance with evidence of:
•    an acceptable basic grasp of the subject material;
•    a fair understanding of the relevant issues;
•    a general familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques;
•    an ability to develop solutions to moderately difficult problems related to the subject material;
•    a moderate ability to examine the material in a critical and analytical manner, and to express thoughts in writing.

50 – 59       A barely acceptable performance with evidence of:
•    a familiarity with the subject material;
•    some evidence that analytical skills have been developed;
•    some understanding of relevant issues;
•    some familiarity with the relevant literature and techniques;
•    partially successful attempts to solve moderately difficult problems related to the subject material and to examine the material in a critical and analytical manner;
•    basic competence in writing.

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