State teenage pregnancy is growing menace to global society

State teenage pregnancy is growing menace to global society

Using the same topic, selected in Unit 1, conduct research and write a plan for the research paper you will write in Unit 3. The purpose of your research is to locate sources related to the topic in order to become more informed of related arguments and evidence discussed in credible outside sources. Then select appropriate sources to support your thesis and main points.

To begin the process, use the AIU library databases and online search tools to conduct research and locate five sources related to your issue and thesis statement. Evaluate sources for timeliness, relevancy, and credibility/authority. Encyclopedia reference books (online or print) or dictionaries should not be used as sources.

Your sources must include:

•2 scholarly articles from academic or peer reviewed journals

•1 editorial article from a newspaper or magazine (you may use same editorial source found for the DB 2)

•1 book (no book reviews, reference books or general dictionary sources

•1 organizational, government or educational Internet source (.org, .gov, or .edu)

The research project plan must contain the following parts:

1.Thesis statement (argument claim)

2.Topic outline of supporting points, including details for each point

3.Annotated bibliography including five citations in APA documentation format, each with a brief summary paragraph: In your own words, write a two-three sentence summary of the source’s main point and identify key expert views or evidence which will help support specific points in your outline.

The topic is: Teenage Pregnancy:Are family/Parents responsible?

My thesis Statement is:Teenage pregnancy is a growing menace to global society. There are many ways to prevent teen pregnancy, many people to get advice from, and many decisions that a teen parent must make.

My Outline is: I.Introduction

II. Teenage Pregnancy

A. Concerns about Teenage Pregnancy

B. What helps prevent Teen Pregnancy

C. Source of Advice and Support

III. Stages of Pregnancy

A. First Trimester

B. Second Trimester

C. Third Trimester

IV. Challenges of Teenage Parenthood

A. Parenthood Options

B. Continuing Education

C. Financial Problems

V. Conclusion

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