Research paper on e waste

This paper is in regards to e waste
The researched argument is an 8-10 page argument examining an issue you have identified that we have discussed in the course. Unit 3 has taken you through many of the preparatory steps for writing this paper. So far you have identified an issue which interests you, completed a working bibliography, and developed your position and a claim about your chosen issue. Please be sure to revise and edit this paper before turning it in.
In this paper, you will write your argument in response to your chosen topic. Your paper should be based on your ideas; it should not be a summary of what other people say. This is not an informational paper. This paper should develop your argument on your topic. Your paper should clearly identify your issue. It should have a clear claim and well developed reasons. It should use at least 4 appropriately cited quotes, at least 4 appropriately cited paraphrases (you may use more as needed), and a Works Cited page in MLA format. Use long quotes sparingly.
Please note: Your paper must be more than strung together quotes and paraphrases. It should stand on its own without the quotes and paraphrases. At this point you should be working on a draft of your paper.
Tip: I often suggest that students first write a draft of the paper without supporting sources to ensure that the paper is well developed and relies primarily on your writing and conclusions. Once you have written a draft, you can go back and add in outside sources to support each of your points.
Each paragraph should be well developed with controlling ideas and transitions. The logic supporting your argument should be well thought out and sound. There should be a clear flow of ideas throughout your paper.
This paper should focus on your ideas and conclusions based on your research. It should be developed on your thoughts, your plan and your words. Please remember to include in-text citations to indicate any material that is borrowed. Plagiarism (intentional or unintentional) will result in failure of the assignment.
The following consists of plagiarism:
“Accidental” missing citations of written text
Missing citations of visuals
Missing entries on the Works Cited page
Missing Works Cited page
Please view the grading rubric and the MLA formatting videos that are available at the end of this weekly module.
Other requirements:
Length: 2000-2500 words plus a Works Cited page with at least 10 sources (a minimum of 5 scholarly sources).
Works Cited pages with incorrect titles will incur a 10-point deduction.
Works Cited pages with un-alphabetized entries will incur a 10-point deduction.
Font: 12 point, Times New Roman, Arial or another standard font
Format: Paper should meet all academic expectations for grammar, sentence structure and style.
You must use page numbers and a standard header in MLA style
Essays should always be double-spaced.
You should develop a clear, useful, and interesting title.
Your tone and vocabulary choice should reflect college-level writing.
You should include one image integrated into the paper that supports your argument. Be sure to cite it properly. It can be a cartoon, graph, or PSA.
You should include clear subheadings to guide your reader throughout the paper
Attched there are some sources that you may use throughout the argument
Let me know if there are anny questions.


Approximately 250 words