Research Essay / Argument

The research essay, especially for Composition II, is a sustained academic argument that includes a variety of credible, often scholarly sources. Rhetorical appeals, analysis of examples and evidence, alternate perspectives, and even personal anecdotes all work together to develop a persuasive text with well-supported thesis or claim.

The Stigmatization of Schizophrenia in the Media by Anonymous

It Is Time to Value Women as Mothers Why the U. S. Needs Paid Maternity Leave by Juliana Capone

The American Government and its Impact on Education by Michelle Fasano

Glorification of Destruction: The Media’s Representation of Eating Disorders by Caylin Costa

Textese: An Evolving Language by Elizabeth Nimetz

ADHD: America’s Excuse for Poor Performance by Gregory Markman