本次加拿大作业是一个论文阅读和article review 的assignment论文代写

Guidelines:

Students are to write a persuasive research essay that demonstrates an understanding of persuasive writing
techniques, effective essay structure, along with clear, concise, and organized writing. You will
demonstrate all the skills and techniques we have mastered up to this point.

Essays should present a well-developed thesis statement that is supported throughout the essay. Students
have several options for this essay and are to choose only one.

This persuasive research essay will be approx. 1000-1200 words in length double-spaced,12-point font,
Times New Roman.

This persuasive research essay requires students to conduct scholarly research. The essay should include at
least three scholarly sources. Scholarly sources can include peer-reviewed articles, book chapters etc.
Sources not to be used include: a blog, fan site, overtly biased article, or wiki-anything.

Please choose ONE of the following topics:

1. “Mandatory Voting a Fix for Low Voter Turnout and its Distorted Results” by Andrew
Coyne (2014) – http://news.nationalpost.com/full-comment/andrew-coyne-mandatory-voting
a-fix-for-low-voter-turnout-and-its-distorted-results

Andrew Coyne (2014) discusses several different reasons as to why people do not vote and suggests
mandatory voting as a solution. He also looks at the results of low voter turnout at elections, and
how these results have changed our understanding of democracy.

After reading this article, write a persuasive essay arguing mandatory voting is or is not a
solution to low voter turnout.

Things to consider: Coyne (2014) cites three reasons as to why people don’t vote.
Do you agree or disagree? If not mandatory voting, then what solution could fix low
voter turnout? What is the current perception of democracy?

2. “It’s Time to Close Canada’s Food Banks” by Elaine Power (2011) –
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/its-time-to-close-canadas-food
banks/article587889/

Elaine Power (2011) makes the controversial statement that food banks do not adequately address
hunger and poverty and have unintended negative consequences that further perpetuate hunger
among Canadians. She further asserts that food banks themselves have become an obstacle to and a
distraction from ending poverty.

After reading this article, write a persuasive essay arguing that food banks are or are not an
adequate response to poverty and hunger in Canada.

Things to consider: Do you agree or disagree with Power’s (2011) statement? Why?
If we eliminate food banks, what should replace them? How else to address poverty
and hunger in Canada?


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