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Analysis of Causes or Effects of a Change in Your Community
Consider a change you perceived in your home town or other community you have been a part of (bullying trend increased, a school bond vote failed, a new employer moved to town, a choir director retired, a tournament was won), and examine its causes or effects in 1500 words. Answer the question “What caused this?” ”What effect did this have?” in an organized way in 4 to 5 pages.
Find evidence for what happened in an article or facts posted online by reputable sources, and by interviewing at least one other community member (in person, via email or by phone). Include an expert perspective on the type of change.
Consider hooking your reader at the start by telling an anecdote, providing a startling statistic, quoting the interview, or making an analogy to introduce readers to the most striking aspect of the change.
At the end of the introduction, signal your main claim for how you see the relation between the causes and the change, or the change and its effects. You might conclude with your view of the community’s (or community members’) future or the change’s implications for a larger context (for communities like yours).
Describe the change in detail (or describe one or two examples of it in detail).
Be sure to fully describe each cause or effect, and include sufficient explanation, examples or evidence from your information gathering (cite articles or refer to interviews) to give the reader a clear picture of your community and happened or is happening there, and to clarify each connection you see. Structure your analysis so that the reader can begin to understand how each factor contributed to or resulted from the change you describe in the community.
Be careful to edit your paper for sentence errors.
The paper focuses on a significant change or trend in a community of which the writer is (or was) a member. The change is comprehensively described. The community is effectively introduced. Descriptions are detailed and paint a before and an after picture of the community. Proposed causes or effects are fully explained and analyzed. Evidence is drawn from research and at least one interview. Sources are appropriately acknowledged. Writing is clear, vivid and error-free. 1500 words.