In this assignment we are continuing to build skills you will need for your capstone project. Continue researching your Final Paper topic being sure to use high quality sources supporting different sides of the issue you are examining. Using the “Examining positions” guide (available in Course Resources and Week One Reading) critically evaluate the arguments pro and con for your topic. Draft a comprehensive outline of your proposed paper that includes the following
•A clear title that captures the controversy
•Focused introduction to the topic to be explored perhaps including what will not be explored.
•The basic arguments you will critically evaluate (strengths and weaknesses) for each side
•The research sources you will use to explore each side and how they support your analysis summarizing (not quoting) the main points from the articles you
•Possible social change initiatives that might flow from your research are using.
These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.Should we protect adolescents from sexually explicit media?
I. In the modern day world, the rampant infiltration of interactive and rich digital communication platforms, most notably the Internet, has made information sharing more seamless than before.
II. People, from as young as 5 years, can now familiarize with what is going around them by viewing Internet content.
III. While this is the case, fundamental challenges have been on the fore, with exposure to sexually explicit media, often abbreviated as SEM, being the most critical especially for adolescents.
IV. Sexually explicit media refers to visual portrayal of nudity that might reveal genitals and sexual activities involving genitals such as anal, oral, and vaginal sex.
V. Each day, volumes of SEM is posted online and, according to Jochen and Valkenburg (2008), the recipients are mostly adolescents and young adults.
VI. In the research paper, the various positions surrounding the question of whether to protect adolescents from sexually explicit media will be critically explored.
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