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THE TOPIC IS SPECIESISM AND HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION. This research essay should be
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THE TOPIC IS SPECIESISM AND HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION. This research essay should be
THE TOPIC IS SPECIESISM AND HUMAN EXPERIMENTATION. This research essay should be 3100 words and APA 7th edition style. Thes research paper is on the topic Speciesism and Human Experimentation. In principle, any text or material you select can count as a source, which you should add to your bibliography or list of references. There are no exact rules for the maximum number of sources you select for this research paper. The minimum number, however, is TWO academic sources (articles from online journals, books or book chapters)- in addition to the mandatory text for the research paper (George J. Annas and Michael Grodin (eds.), The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Human rights in Human Experimentation, Oxford University Press, New York, 1995) You may add newspaper articles, interviews from magazines, cite from documentaries or other film materials, or use internet sources that provide information about relevant organizations or agencies. The research paper should make use of the mandatory text in a way that is academically appropriate. You still have to incorporate information from the book (George J. Annas and Michael Grodin (eds.), The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code: Human rights in Human experimentation, Oxford University Press, New York, 1995) As a rule, you should use this mandatory text at least three times in the course of writing your final paper. You can do it in a number of ways. For example, you can use the book for description and fact-finding, or for best practices and recommendations, or for ethical assessment and judgment, or for legal commentary, or for critical objectives (where you express your disagreement with something). If your paper makes use of the mandatory text in an academically appropriate way, this will count toward its quality as an independedent paper (please see rubric). The following should be included in the paper: 1.) An introduction where you state what your topic is, how you are going to address it, that is, what your method is, what ethical theories, positions or principles you will make use of, and what your hypothesis is.* 2.) Two or more main selections that are devoted to descriptive analysis and normative assessment of the topic. For the descriptive analysis, you can make use of case studies, either hypothetical or real-world cases (Please make certain that you verify the cases with the use of sources). For the normative assessment, you may function as a judge or, alternatively, treat the topic as a dilemma and make a comparison of the arguments and positions. If you choose to treat the topic as a dilemma, you should have a fifty-fifty-distribution. If you proceed as a judge, you do not have to have an equal distribution. If you proceed as a judge, you do not have to have an equal distribution but you do have to make some mentioning of opposing views, objections, or criticisms. In either case, you should signal your preference- for a purely comparative method or for a mixed method that contains prescriptions** 3.) A conclusion where you summarize your findings. Make certain that this is consistent with the introduction. 4.) A bibliography or list of references where you list all your sources. *Note: For the purpose of formulating your hypothesis, please note that you can arrive at this by asking yourself "Why am I interested in this topic?" If you ask this question, you have taken the first step toward our hypothesis. For example, a student may choose to write about the topic of abortion and - after having asked herself or himself "Why am I interested in this topic?" discover that it is because s/he believes that classical pro-life is the morally right response to the issue. If so, that same student can now formulate her/his hypothesis along the following lines: "For the purpose of writing my final paper, I have chosen to write about the topic of abortion. My hypothesis is that there are morally superior reasons in support of the classical pro-life argument. I will outline these while making use of two real-world cases, and furthermore, fundamental principles from deontological ethics and universalism. While the pro-choice argument will be accomodated in a comparative analysis, the emphasis is on the prescriptive evaluation of the issue." **Note that the choice of method is closely connected with your hypothesis. If you have an idea which also expresses an ideal - as in "Abortion should never be allowed.... which is why classical pro-life is morally compelling on comparison, the right response to the issue" - then a mixed method follows from this. Note also that if you adopt a purely comparative method, then your hypotheis has to be formulated along the lines of this. For example, if a student writes about the issue of abortion s/he can state that: "For the purpose of writing my final paper, I have chosen to write about the topic of abortion. My hypothesis is that the pro-life versus pro-choice dilemma is an important one which continues to cause ethical tensions in America. For the same reason, the issue and dilemma warrants scrutiny. I intend to contrast the arguments in the context of one important legal case (Roe v Wade). The account will not include this author's own perscriptive response (in the form of recommendations, best practices, or similar types of judgments) and, therefore, the paper does not go beyond a purely comparative method." ****THE PAPER SHOULD SATISFY THE RUBRIC ( I ATTACHED THE FILE), 3100 WORD LIMIT, NO PLAGIARISM!!! I WILL CHECK.******

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